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Please let me know that LCD monitors emit x-ray as CRT monitores ? would you please compare the exposure rate of CRTs and LCDs? Kind Regards Afsane

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I'm not sure what you are looking for here, but LCDs do not emit Xrays like CRTs. For that matter the most recent CRTs don't emit much either. The LCD uses a flourescent "backlight" to illuminate the Liquid Crystals. The orientation of the crystals either allows or blocks that light. That is how the LCD panel works (essentially).

Hope this helps,
Dan

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CRT screens emit low levels of electromagnetic radiation, mainly from the back of the monitor. LCD a lot less emit less electromagnetic radiation. The backlight from a LCD screen is provided by a CCFL lamp, this is a very small fluro tube about 2mm in diameter compared with a 20-25mm normal fluro tube.
I do not think the LCD is the cause of your problem, I suggest you consult with an EYE specialist about your problem.
For details of electromagnetic radiation of CRT and LCD screens/TVs, please click on this link :-
http://www.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lcdtv-crt.shtml

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a CRT monitor, those big glass ones , that are as deep as they are wide, those ones i personally think give better picture and seem better when watching movies, because there is less tearing of the picture (when it lags behind the sound)

both LCD and CRT monitors are going to use more power when attached to a laptop than the laptops built in screen.

usually a computer monitor can be a higher resolution (more desktop real estate) than a laptop screen.

beyond that, there arent many downsides to having a monitor attached to your PC. - i guess another disadvantage of a computer monitor is that they don't float in water, they are heavy to carry , and don't fit in your pocket, however, that all also applies to the desktop computer itself.

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The most notable disadvantage to LCD screens is their fixed or native resolution. An LCD screen can only display the number of pixels in its matrix and no more or less. It can display a lower resolution in one of two ways. Using only a fraction of the total pixels on the display or through extrapolation. Extrapolation is a method whereby the monitor blends multiple pixels together to simulate a single smaller pixel. This can often lead to a blurry or fuzzy image particularly with text when running the screen below is native resolution.
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No this happens in the machines that with CRT, LCD is free from this thingy as LCDs don't use magnetics to steer the non-existant electron beam.

The only danger might be if they produce a large alternating field, as this could induce currents in nearby wiring, but this an't gona happen.

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