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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) About LED Monitors

If you're looking for a new monitor, you've probably noticed there's a huge selection to choose from. LED monitors make up a big part of that. While it may seem daunting at first, finding out if an LED monitor is for you is a lot easier once you determine your needs and get the right info. Here are some answers to the most commonly asked questions about LED monitors.

What is an LED monitor?

Despite the common misconception, an LED (light-emitting diode) monitor is technically a type of LCD (liquid crystal display). It still uses liquid crystals to light up pixels that create an image, but the difference lies in the fact that it's equipped with LED backlighting.

What are the main benefits of an LED monitor?

LED monitors offer excellent picture quality with impressive contrast ratios, giving you clearer, brighter, and more dynamic images with more vivid colours. They also provide virtually flicker-free images and, in the case of certain models, offer next to no motion blurring. This makes them easy on the eyes and very popular among those who spend a lot of time in front of the computer. Built to last, LED monitors are engineered for lower power consumption so you benefit from long-term savings.

What should I consider when buying an LED monitor?

If you've decided to go for an LED monitor, here are a few key points to consider.

Screen size

LED monitors range in screen size from a standard 15" to 30" and bigger. For basic everyday tasks like emailing, web surfing, and word processing, a smaller screen will do just fine. If you're into games, movie watching, graphic design or video production, you'll want to consider a larger screen.


Resolution goes hand in hand with screen size. Typically, the bigger the screen, the higher the resolution. And the higher the resolution, the clearer and sharper the image quality. Resolutions range from standard HD and Full HD all the way up to 4K Ultra HD. 4K sports a massive 3840 x 2160 pixel makeup to deliver dazzling, true-to-life visuals and a truly immersive viewing experience.

Refresh rate

Ranging from 60Hz to 144Hz, refresh rate refers to the number of times per second an image is refreshed. The higher it is, the better the experience. A monitor with a solid refresh rate will give you very low display lag with smoother transitions and little to no motion blur.

Response time

The amount of time it takes the pixels to change from black to white on a screen is a monitor's response time. This can have a huge impact on how crisp a moving image will appear. A monitor with a shorter the response time will deliver less lag and smoother image transitions.

Panel type and viewing angle

Check to see whether a monitor has a TN (twisted nematic), VA (vertical alignment), IPS (in-plane switching), or PLS (plane-line switching) panel. Each has its own set of advantages, from enhanced colour reproduction and contrast ratios to shorter response times and higher refresh rates.

Is there anything else I should keep in mind when considering an LED monitor?

You might consider a touchscreen monitor for a more interactive, user-friendly experience, a 3D monitor that brings your movies and games to life with screen-popping graphics, or a curved display for a wider viewing angle and even more immersive viewing experience. If you're an active gamer, look for a monitor that's equipped with DAS (Dynamic Action Sync) Mode and Black Stabilizer for input lag reduction and enhanced visibility, respectively. Check that the monitor has all the connectivity options you need, such as DisplayPort, HDMI, and USB ports.