What Are The Viewing Angles Of My LCD Monitor?

Last Update date : Oct 07. 2020
The viewing angles for an LCD monitor are measured horizontally and vertically, and indicate over what range images on the monitor's screen are fully visible.

For example, if you see viewing angle measurements of 170/150, the first number, 170, represents the horizontal viewing angle and indicates that an image on the screen is fully visible over a range of 170 degrees horizontally (side to side) in front of the monitor. The second number, 150, represents the vertical viewing angle, and indicates that an image on the screen is visible over a range of 150 degrees vertically (up and down) in front of the screen.

Generally, the larger the viewing angles, the better.

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