what is difference between lcd and monitor?

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what is difference between lcd and monitor?

Jun 28th, 2014

Both panels are 30" but the monitor would definitely have 16:10 aspect ratio and the TV would have a 16:9 aspect ratio. So the monitor gives you more pixels.

Apart from the ratio the pixel density of the monitor is almost double that of a TV, at 2560x1600 rather than 1920x1080. So if you think blu-ray is good quality, a 30" monitor almost doubles that.

Panel type is also different. TVs are usually PVA panels which are very good but most monitors like the LG and Dell 30" use a S-IPS panel technology. You get more color accuracy, gammut, and viewing angle.

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