Monitors

Retina Display vs Regular Display

Retina Display vs Regular Display
The brand name Retina display describes a type of LCD screen that tends to have a higher resolution than their previous models. Generally speaking, a Retina Display may have a resolution of about 300 pixels. A...

Netbook vs Notebook

Netbook vs Notebook
The major difference between the two is their purpose and functionality. A ‘Netbook’ is a small sized laptop version especially designed for content consumption, such as listening music or watching movies, etc...

Zooming vs Panning vs Scaling

Zooming vs Panning vs Scaling
Zooming provides an option to the user to change the view of a document or image. It is applicable in two ways – Zooming in and Zooming out. It usually involves shrinking or stretching of pixels. Panning is...

LCD vs DLP

LCD vs DLP
An LCD uses liquid crystals that are sandwiched between two sheets of polarizing material. DLP technology uses a digital micromirror device which comprises around 2 million hinge-mounted microscopic mirrors....

DLP vs LCD Projectors

DLP vs LCD Projectors
LCDs work using liquid crystals placed between two polarizing filters and two transparent electrodes. DLP uses a series of mirrors placed on a chip, which work as pixels. LCDs are skinnier, consume more power...

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