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TFT/LCD displays are perfectly flat, a lot thinner and lighter than conventional CRT displays and do not flicker, all this because of the new technology they use for producing images. Do you want to free up space on your desk, or do you want to be able to move your monitor without breaking your back? Then this is the perfect display for you!
Glare is a common cause of eyestrain among computer users. Glare screens or monitor filters can be used to reduce the glare or the wash out but they do not eliminate the glare problems entirely. Therefore, placing the monitor perpendicular to your windows or obtaining window blinds to prevent the glare on the screen should be the first consideration.
Accessories for flat panel TVs and monitors such as stands and desk mounts.
Bracket or support used to hang a flat panel from the ceiling.
A comfortable, ergonomic computer workstation requires an adjustable computer monitor arm or monitor stand. We offer monitor arms and stands for any budget that help make your computer work easier, pain free and more productive. Main ergonomic recommendations for monitor use include moving your monitor to a comfortable distance of around an arm's length and position the monitor at a comfortable height of about 2"-3" above eye level. Choose one of our many stylish monitor arms and stands and free up valuable desktop space.
Stands used to erect a flat panel screen on the floor.
Accessories for wall and ceiling mounts such as screws, nuts and brackets.
Supports, usually made out of metal, that are attached to the wall and used to hang a flat panel screen for a TV or a computer.
A LED-TV is a flat panel display that uses LED backlighting instead of the cold cathode fluorescent (CCFL) backlighting used in most other LCDs. Three forms of LED may be used:- White edge-LEDs around the rim of the screen, using a special diffusion panel to spread the light evenly behind the screen (the most usual form)- An array of LEDs arranged behind the screen whose brightness are not controlled individually.- A dynamic “local dimming” array of LEDs to achieve a modulated backlight light pattern
Large cases or boards used to display posters, ornaments, artefacts, etc.
Pairs of glasses which allow 2D images to be perceived as 3D. They present two offset images separately to the left and right eye of the viewer. These two-dimensional images are then combined in the brain to give the perception of 3D depth.
Monitors, common on smartphones and tablets, which respond to touch.
Transparent sheet placed over a computer screen and allows the user to command the computer by touching displayed buttons on screen.
Devices that allow a single video input to be connected to multiple outputs.