Monday, February 7, 2011

Widening The Choice For PC Monitors

PC buyers, i-café owners included, tend to spend time studying the specifications and features of central processing units (CPUs) and seem to ignore the peripherals, such as monitors. But lately, PC monitors have come into their own and most of them now have features like sensors and ultra-thin forms that should command attention equal to CPUs.

For example, Philips has come out with Brilliance 220X1, a 22-inch “lightframe" monitor. It is the first monitor to incorporate an “ambilight system,” where the panel of the monitor gets to produce its own light, making it glow with a soft blue-green hue. This glow-in-the-dark technology is said to reduce eye strain and relax the eyes, particularly among users who spend a lot of time in front of monitors.

In its press release, the company said that behind every Philips monitor is a design strategy that incorporates concepts of green technology, appealing design, and user-friendliness. Also, they say that their LED monitors consume less power and the materials used do not have components that can harm the environment. They also come with smart technologies like sensors that allow the screen to adapt brightness to its surroundings.

We know that there are many other power-saving PC monitors in the market with features that will fit the needs of computer users. It is always a wise move to consider this peripheral to be as important as the CPU specifications when you buy the computer systems for both personal and business use.

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