2. LED – Light-emitting diode monitors
Known for their flat screens, the light-emitting diode, or LED monitors, are widely used today across multiple devices. Mobile phones, tablets, laptop screens, TVs, computer monitors and more use LED displays. Your customers will benefit from this monitor if they are looking for one that is reliable, supports 4K images, and has a longer lifespan than LCDs of 15 years. One major way LED compares to an LCD is in the backlighting. LCD monitors use fluorescent backlights, while LED monitors use their own lights. LEDs are also smaller than LCD monitors, are rather more expensive than LCDs and take up less space.