Question about Watches
LED is "light emitting diode." It works by lighting up small points of light.
LCD is "liquid crystal display." It works by reflecting ambient light.
In general LCDs use less electricity than LEDs but can respond slower.
LEDs can be used in the dark because they create their own light. LCDs cannot unless they have a backlight to light up the backside of the display.
As for recommending one over the other, that depends too much on other factors. What do you intend to do with it? What kind of environment are you going to be in (A well-lit room or a darker one? Facing a window? Is there a window behind you?)? Also, personal preference plays a big part.
Your eyesight is a valuable resource. Make sure YOU are comfortable with whatever display you ultimately choose. It doesn't matter whether I'm comfortable with it, or some reviewer is comfortable with it. If YOU aren't comfortable with it, get something else.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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