DISPLAYS=)
Displays is a very large topic. It is a topic that is divided into many other sections. A display device, also known as an information display is a appliance for visual or tactile presentation of images needed to stored, or transmitted in various forms.Displays provide information or graphics on a screen. Displays are used all day, everyday in almost everythings around us. They are used in watches, microwaves, tcs, laptops, washing machines, ipoda and the computer which you are staring at right now. They have become very regular things in the 21st century and are used for almost everything. Displays can be splint in to the topics such as LCD, CRV and data projector. These are just a couple of different displays.



Standards and Resolution
Resolution refers to the number of seperate dots of color, known as pixels, within a display. Resolution is shown by identifying the number of pixels on the horizontal axis (rows) and the number on the vertical axis (columns), such as 800x600. Resolution is affected by a number of factors, including the size of the screen.
As monitor sizes have increased over the years, display standards and resolutions have changed. They have become more clearer and sharper, this mean they can send a sharper image.
Common Display Standards and Resolutions
Standard
Resolution
Typical Use
XGA (Extended Graphics Array)
1024x768
15- and 17-inch CRT monitors
15-inch LCD monitors
SXGA (Super XGA)
1280x1024
15- and 17-inch CRT monitors
17-and 19-inch LCD monitors
UXGA (Ultra XGA)
1600x1200
19-, 20-, 21-inch CRT monitors
20-inch LCD monitors
QXGA (Quad XGA)
2048x1536
21-inch and larger CRT monitors
WXGA (Wide XGA)
1280x800
Wide aspect 15.4-inch laptops
LCD displays
WSXGA+ (Wide SXGA plus)
1680x1050
Wide aspect 20-inch LCD monitors
WUXGA (Wide Ultra XGA)
1920x1200
Wide aspect 22-inch and larger LCD monitors

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LCD CRT

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DATA PROJECTOR