The Disadvantages of Cathode Ray Tubes

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The Disadvantages of Cathode Ray Tubes

Compared to liquid crystal display monitors, cathode ray tube monitors are usually attached to desktop computers whereas LCDs are used in laptops. However, the new brand of flat panel LCDs make it possible to attach your desktop tower to a flat panel LCD monitor. Usually, CRTs are bulky, heavier, and take up more desk space than a flat panel LCD. CRTs are still used by quite a number of people because they can be purchased at an inexpensive price.

   

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6/2/2007 8:15:17 AM
Ed said:

why was this posted???




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