Whether you are looking for a replacement monitor for your current computer, an upgrade, or a monitor for a new system, RapidIT.co.uk has what you need. We stock monitors in a range of sizes and prizes from a variety of brands.
You probably spend considerable amounts of time each day looking at your monitor, so it is important to get something that meets your needs, and that you are comfortable with. The options available are extensive though, and it is easy to get lost trying to decide. Here are the things you should look out for.
Monitor sizing works in the same way in which televisions are measured - diagonally across the screen. Most range from 15 inches to 34 inches. Bigger monitors are usually better because they make it easier for you to have multiple apps and documents open at the same time.
There are two major downsides with big screens, though. The first is space, which might make some of the really big options impractical. The second is cost - bigger monitors are usually more expensive than smaller screens.
Almost all of the monitors you will find available today have LCD screens. Even people who have specialist requirements from the graphics displayed on their screens, such as gamers and graphic designers, now go for LCD because the technology has become so advanced. This includes the use of LED backlighting and progress towards perfect black (older LCD screens appeared to professionals as soft black rather than perfect black).
One thing you should think about if buying a state-of-the-art monitor, though, is the graphics card in your computer. Unless you have a modern, good quality graphics card, you will not get the full benefit of the new monitor. This particularly applies if you are using a new monitor on an older computer.
Resolution is depicted by two numbers. They indicate the number of pixels that the monitor can display horizontally and vertically. One of the most standard sizes that you will find is 1,920 by 1,080. This means the monitor displays 1,920 pixels horizontally and 1,080 pixels vertically. This screen resolution is suitable for most business and home computing needs.
However, higher resolution monitors are available right up to 3,840 by 2,160, which is regarded as Ultra HD.
Buying a refurbished monitor can save you a considerable amount of money compared with purchasing one that is new. You can get a brand name monitor and one that is big enough and packed with enough features for your needs, and still have money left over to spend on the computer or other equipment.
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