Advance Forms of the Monitor

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Some Advance Forms of the Monitor

The e-book reader

An e-book (electronic book) reader is a handheld device meant for displaying text and graphics. The device is normally employed to read books, newspapers and magazines. The data mostly displayed in the book is downloaded from the Internet. An e-book can accommodate a number of traditional books.

 

The data projector

A data projector displays the system data with a large scope over the wall, quite larger than a plasma screen even. The elements of the display are just like those of the monitor, the only difference being the size. Generally, projectors are used to give presentations. The technical edge a speaker would get from the projector based presentation is that he can address a much larger audience at convenience than he'd do with a PC or laptop monitor. Remotes are employed to control the horizontal / vertical movement of the projector with regard to its image formation over the media.

 

 

High-definitition television (HDTV)

When a TV is treated through microcomputer technology, it becomes a HDTV. Also called PC/TV, an HDTV displays a lucid, enlarged image with rich details. An HDTV can produce and store high quality video images which can be edited and digitized as well. This is mostly used by artists and designers.

 

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azan-ahmed

Professional Content writer since 2007, have worked online with an England based company of content reproduction and proof reading, Islamabad. Teaching MA English, IELTS and Spoken English since 2007. 2007: Did MA English with high first div (Linguistics and Literature) from (anglophone) National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad. 2005: Appeared…

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