The diagonal measurement of a TV screen or monitor, from corner to corner.
Fixed number of horizontal scan lines on a monitor. P (Progressive) means scan lines are drawn in sequence.
Difference in light intensity between brightest color (white) & darkest (black). Higher ratio means more contrast.
Difference in luminosity between brightest color (white) & darkest (black) over time. Higher ratio means more contrast.
Degrees from side to side (and above to below) from which a screen can be viewed without loss of quality.
Typical speed at which pixels can change color. Lower response times mean better motion image reproduction.
Attachment for bracket that enables a monitor to hang on the wall and pivot or tilt for optimal positioning.
Width, height and depth of the monitor, including stand, as measured in inches (in.).
Width, height and depth of the monitor, without stand, as measured in inches (in.).
Width, height and depth of the monitor, including shipping container, as measured in inches (in.).
Weight of the monitor, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Weight of the monitor, including shipping container, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Approval by Energy Star, a government program, ensures TV is eco-friendly and energy efficient.
Product certificate given to monitors that uphold certain environmental and technological standards.
Video Graphics Array. Port that transmits analog component video signals by way of 15 shielded pins.
Digital Video Interface sends high-quality video data to projectors and other digital devices.
Color of the stand and casing that frames a monitor's screen.
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