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Thin film transistor, or TFT, technology is utilized in most LCD monitors. TFT has a higher refresh rate, which results in less eyestrain and a clearer picture. There are several TFT LCD monitors, which have gotten high praises and that you may wish to consider if you are interested in purchasing a new one.

Samsung SyncMaster XL2370

  • Designed and made for graphic designers who frequently use photo-editing and Web-designing software, this 1980x1080 resolution display promises to deliver the visual complexity that designers require. This monitor is designed to give its users a wide viewing angle, which means you can clearly see the display from any angle. In addition, image blurring is radically reduced compared to other TFT displays, thanks to the Samsung monitor's 8 ms response time. As of 2010, the XL2370 price ranges from $280 to $350.

Dell U2711 Monitor

  • Boasting a 1920x1200 resolution and 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio along with a remarkable 80,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, this TFT display uses Premier Color technology that allows it to deliver a higher depth and range of colors. With a simple press of a button, a user will be able to create smaller 'sub-screens' to monitor several things at once. Users may also choose to mount this monitor to a wall simply by detaching the display from the stand and by buying a separate wall-mounting kit. The UltraSharp U2711 retails for about $1,000.

HP Hewlett-Packard LP2475w Widescreen LCD

  • This HP monitor provides users with a crisp 1920x1200 high resolution of digital imagery, while displaying 2.3 million transistors actively changing and refreshing the display several times a second, resulting in a video quality that has reduced blurring and increased details. The monitor itself can be tilted and swiveled to about 30 degrees, depending upon the user's personal preferences. Added features include anti-glare and anti-static monitor properties, plug and play, and lastly, multi-language support. As of 2010, the HP LP2475w is available for about $569.

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