- From: Steve <tinker123@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 20 May 2012 05:52:29 -0700 (PDT)
I'm thinking about getting a new monitor for a Linux box.
I've noticed that many most computer monitors work fine if you are
looking straight at the monitor but if you veer off to the side or get
under them, the picture distorts.
Since I like using my computer to watch movies and other videos I am
interested in the kind of monitor that doesn't do this. I've seen a
few of those in computer stores.
Is that second type of monitor actually a television monitor? Does a
classification like that still make sense? Have computer monitor and
TV screen technology merged? Is the only difference between the two
is that one has more of something to allow a quality picture even if
the viewer isn't looking at the monitor straight on?
Has anyone used the higher quality/"TV"monitor for a computer? Has it
hurt your eyes or have you experienced any other problems?
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