Sdi monitor is a computer display that uses a digital interface to transmit data. It is used as an output device for computers or mobile devices, such as televisions and phones. The term "Sdi monitor" refers both to the hardware (the actual screen) and the software (the drivers).
Grade A means it is in good condition. It is free of any defects, scratches, dents, cracks and dead pixels.
True Color 16.7M is a color space standard for Camera Monitors and televisions. The name refers to the fact that it allows for approximately 16.7 million colors (63 bits of information) in each RGB component, plus an additional 8 bits of non-color data used for extremely fine gradations of brightness that can be used to display a wider range of brightness levels than otherwise possible with only 64 levels per component.
LED lighting technology is used in many consumer products, such as phones, televisions and computers. LEDs are more energy efficient than traditional incandescent light bulbs and have a longer lifespan. The backlight of LCD monitors typically uses cold-cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs), which consume a lot of power. By contrast, LED backlights use less power than CCFLs and can be dimmed to reduce the monitor's overall power consumption even further. This makes for monitors that are both more environmentally friendly and cost effective on your utility bill: if you're looking for an eco-friendly display device for your business, then an LED-backlit computer monitor may be just what you need!
Anti-glare surface treatment helps prevent reflection and reduce eye strain. It also helps reduce glare, which can cause eye fatigue.
1920x1080 pixel resolution is a standard display resolution for HDTVs and computer Camera Control Monitors. It is also known as Full HD, which stands for 1,920 pixels wide by 1,080 lines tall. This type of resolution is the native resolution of high-definition video (720p or 1080i), so it's ideal if you're looking to enjoy your favorite movies on a large screen.
In addition to being an HDTV standard, 1920x1080 pixel resolutions are also commonly used in gaming monitors that are designed primarily with gamers in mind. These types of monitors typically have low response times and high refresh rates in order to provide gamers with smooth gameplay experiences when playing demanding games like first-person shooters and real-time strategy titles.
A high contrast ratio is important for any monitor, especially a SDR. The 1000:1 ratio on these monitors is the best in their class, so you can enjoy the color accuracy that you need for work and play.
If you're looking for a monitor that will help you get things done, the 6ms response time of the [
Monitor brightness is measured in cd/m2, with higher numbers indicating a brighter screen. In this case, the 250cd/m2 brightness of the 24" S2419HGF means it will be easier to see what's on your screen in bright lighting conditions.
In contrast, if you want a monitor that works well in dark environments—such as gaming late into the night or working at night—you'll want to go with something with a lower number like 200cd/m2 (or even less).
HDMI, AV, VGA and BNC Full HD Inputs
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This is a Grade A monitor with True Color 16.7M LED Backlight Anti-Glare Surface Treatment 1920x1080 Pixel Resolution 1000:1 Contrast Ratio 6ms Response Time 250cd/m2 Brightness HDMI, AV, VGA, BNC Full HD Inputs
This monitor is a great choice for those who need a high-quality product at an affordable price. It has all the top features you could want from an SDR monitor: true color, anti-glare surface treatment, 1920x1080 pixel resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio and 250cd/m2 brightness. It also has some other great features like HDMI, AV and VGA inputs which make it easy to connect with your other devices.