Computer Monitors have evolved over the years and the image quality has followed suit. Prices depend on the target audience, the screen size, and the features of the display. Modern day displays use LED back lighting panels, require little power, and are often bright. Performance is adequate for most entertainment or basic business and productivity purposes, but not well suited to tasks where color and gray scale accuracy are key.

At the other end of the spectrum are your high-end models that are geared toward graphic design professionals and photographers.

Most of these are 27 to 38-inch panels that support 4K resolution. Capable of displaying four times the resolution of a typical full HD monitor. Moreover, they offer such features as a highly adjustable stand. In addition, a range of ports including HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB. Not only that, a wealth of advanced image settings, including in some cases calibration hardware and software is available.

The key panel types used in desktop displays:

  • twisted nematic
  • in-plane switching
  • vertical alignment
  • patterned vertical alignment
  • Super PVA
  • multi-domain vertical alignment

Up until the last few years, most desktop displays used TN technology.
It is the least-expensive panel type to manufacture, and it offers superior motion-handling performance.
But affordable IPS monitors are out in force; 27-inch IPS models start at under $150 and offer very good color quality and wide viewing angles.
VA monitors also offer robust colors, but viewing-angle performance.
While better than on a typical TN panel, is not quite as sharp as what you get from an IPS panel.

Lastly, Cackle Telecommunications is proud to provide Monitors to NZ businesses. Explore our selection to find the solution that’s right for you.

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