If you're looking for a new computer monitor, considering the tasks it will be used for is a great place to start. An LED monitor will generate vivid and accurate colors that are essential for photo and video editing. LEDs are also generally slimmer, making them more suitable for areas where space is limited. However, when a single image must be displayed for extended periods, LCD monitors help guard against screen damage. There are also a wide range of resolutions available. Choose a lower resolution for basic tasks, such as editing text documents or creating spreadsheets, and opt for a higher resolution when intense visual clarity is required.
Employees spend a lot of time working on monitors, and if monitors are positioned too high or too low it can result in frustrating neck strain and sore, tired shoulders. Place monitors on mounts or extendable arms to keep on-screen data even with the user's eyes. Choose a dual-monitor mount for environments that often require people to work on two screens at the same time.
Monitors and digital signage can help convey important information to colleagues and clients. With a wide array of sizes and resolutions available, you'll be sure to find an LCD monitor or LED monitor with appropriate risers or monitor stands to suit your needs. Digital signage can help promote your brand and business in just about any location, from inside the office to retail locations with a high amount of foot traffic where casual passersby can see everything your company has to offer.
Prices of flat-panel LCD computer monitors continue to drop throughout 2012, and it's now feasible to purchase a reasonable 23in, full-HD screen for around £100. Spend more and better-quality panel technologies become available, 3D makes an appearance, while larger, higher-resolution screens dominate the premium end of the market.