Kinds of computer monitor
CRT or Cathode Ray Tube computer monitors are the most common. They are compatible with Macintosh and PC systems. Although bigger than other monitor types available, CRT monitors are still ideal for home and office use. They are also cheaper.
More expensive flat screen monitors have higher resolution, while LCD computer monitors have wider color ranges and high-contrast displays. For generating faster pixels, TFT computer monitors are available. Most of these computer monitors have built in speakers, mobile bases and security locks.
Your eyes and your monitor
Are you suffering from eyestrain from working long hours in front of a computer? Do not worry. This condition can easily be averted by adjusting your monitor as well as your usual work methods.
You can reduce eyestrain simply by adjusting the font quality and refresh rate of your computer. Make sure that your computer screen is slightly below your eyelevel and at least 20-26 inches from your eyes. Monitors are equipped with lighting systems which you can adjust to reduce glare or any reflections.
Proper cleaning is also important. Monitors that are clean and dust free are less likely to cause eye irritation.
Also take time to rest your eyes even for short periods. Walk away from your computer and look out the window. This can contribute a great deal in reducing computer strain.