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Hardware Now, before eyes start rolling, let us define what makes a refurbished TV set. It need not be a worn-out over used set turned on for countless hours while it is being displayed on a retail store, or a damaged unit brought in for repairs and resold. Do not confuse refurbished with reconditioned, the latter is more of what you should avoid. Also, there are factory refurbished LCD units and third party refurbished. Opt for the former. Refurbished LCD TVs may include the following: (a) Units which have been returned by customers after 30 days of use (not necessarily defective). These units are practically as good as new and you need not worry about its condition or that it will blow up when you use it. Remember, a factory refurbished product generally still carries an official warranty. (b) LCD TVs which have been returned due to shipping or exterior damage. No, there is no problem with the set itself. There may be a few minor scratches in the outer shell of the unit, but that has been repaired by the manufacturer. Good as new and priced less. How can you resist something like that? (c) The box of the brand new LCD unit has been opened. No, dont laugh. A brand new unit with an opened box which has been reboxed by the manufacturer is considered a refurbished unit. And thanks to that, you get to pay less for the thing, which is practically brand new. (d) LCDs with defects during production and have been recalled (and have been repaired by the manufacturer) .Now, you may want to pass on this one but still the unit has been repaired. (e) Overstock Items. A new model comes out, and the older ones are sold on a sale, or are taken back by the manufacturer and are resold. These units are considered as refurbished units. Much lower priced than a newer model, and even lower priced compared to its contemporaries. And best of all , it is practically brand new. In the opposing corner are flat panel displays or LCD’s (liquid crystal displays) commonly used in Cheap Laptops and fast becoming popular as desktop monitors. Their major selling points are a slim profile and light weight. A CRT can be deeper than it is wide, whereas a LCD with a base is only about a hand span deep. No heavy lifting required with a LCD; they weigh less than half the average CRT. LCD’s require half the power of CRTs and emit much less electromagnetic radiation which can interfere with other electronic devices. LCD’s tend to be clearer than CRTs which can suffer from convergence or focus difficulties. Their improved clarity means that even small LCD’s can display higher resolutions than the corresponding sized CRT. They also make small text easier to read. Unlike CRTs, LCD monitors have only one optimal resolution. At lower resolutions, the screen is redrawn as a smaller area or all the pixels in the image are blown-up to fill the screen. The latter solution can make images look jagged and blocky, so be sure the resolution of the LCD is the resolution you want to use. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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