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The animated display of the gaming hardware. Usually, this will be a CRT. In Large games, it may be a rear projection device. In some devices, an LCD or LED matrix will serve as the monitor.
hardware item on which the computer displays information.
Output device like a television screen that displays data processed by the computer.
The term given to video equipment used to display a picture from a source component, such as a television or projection system.
The workstation monitor is your primary interface with the CPU (Central Processing Unit). The I DEAS Master Series environment is displayed on the monitor and most of your decisions while operating I DEAS will be based on the geometry and instructions that you see projected on the monitor screen.
A screen that translates a video signal into a picture. In car systems, a monitor can be mounted in a seatback, floor console, or the roof. A TV is a monitor with a built-in VHF/UHF tuner.
The screen for viewing computer information is called a monitor.
The screen display device of the microcomputer. Sometimes also called a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube). This is where all that computing power stares you in the face. You want a sharp, clear display. Buying tip: For the sharpest images, look for a dot pitch of no more than .30 (for a 15-inch monitor) or .28 (for a 14 inch monitor). (7/96)
This refers to a professional video display unit. Like a TV but without the tuner.
Used for displaying images and/or information to system operators.
A video device that displays data.
The TV part. Screen, the part that little kids like to put peanut-butter finger prints on.
TV Screen used to display words and/or pictures from CDGs, laser dics, or videos by hooking up to the cdg/dvd pla
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A video display unit used to display images from a camera or computer.
A TV-like output device, also called a VDU. The screen in front of you! Return
Video picture tube where the game action is displayed.
Computer hardware used for displaying digital output.
The complete device that produces an on-screen display; a TV-like display showing the resulting data output.
display device that resembles a televison which may be attached or separate from the system
Another term for display.
A device used to display computer-generated information.
A television screen used for watching video footage (therefore one that does not necessarily have a TV tuner).
The video display hooked to a computer.
video screen usually associate with computers or special video editing
A device, similar to a TV screen, that is used to present output from the PC.
Device that plugs into the computer and displays information to the user.
The display screen for a computer.
A televisionlike display for soft-copy output in a computer system.
A display tube and its controls that receive output from your computer.
Output device that produces on-screen display of processed data and computer instructions. WWWebfx Home Page
Another item of hardware, in this case the screen on which the computer displays information.
A device that is connected to a computer and used to display text and graphics. Monitors are similar to television sets, but use a digital signal rather than an analog signal like television receivers.
a video screen that lets you see what (basically) is going on inside your computer
A television-like screen that shows text, graphics, and other functions performed by the computer.
a display that a user looks at when performing daily assignments
a good choice if you are looking for a portable or car mounted screen for
a great choice if you are looking for a portable or car mounted high quality screen
an output device, and as we said, output devices have their own resolution settings
a product that is capable of displaying HD content, but you must connect it to another box that has a digital tuner, such as a digital cable box or digital satellite receiver
a program that runs resident with the user program and allows the user program to be stopped, restarted, traced and data to be displayed
a screen used to display the output of a computer
a solid addition to Sharp's LCD line-up and provides users with some of the best display quality available on the desktop today," said Ian Matthew, LCD Product Manager at Sharp Systems of America
a video display that has no tuner
a video output device
a TV- like screen on which the computer displays data.
When replaying and recording scripts - display the replay commands as they are recorded or replayed.
A device for viewing video. A high resolution television set without a tuner for displaying live or recorded video signals.
A video display used in TV studios and designed to receive direct input of video signals from studio cameras, videotapes, and other signal producing equipment.
The device that displays the image in the framebuffer.
a device with a screen on which words or pictures can be shown.
The primary output device that displays an image.
User interface on the Galaxy range of UPS systems. This interface includes an LCD alphanumeric display with two lines of 20 characters each and is used in conjunction with the Signal 4 interface.
Monitors look like small TV screens, although monitors typically are of much higher resolution, and provide a viewing space. Some monitors (such as in laptops) are based on LCD displays instead of using a CRT.
A device which displays video signals to be view by the user..
A peripheral devicethat hooks up to a computer and displays visual information. Monitors are also called displays.
A device used to display information visually
device containing screen on which words & pictures appear
A television-like screen that shows you what your computer is doing.
A device used to observe the output of some other device. Typically this term is used to refer more specifically to the visual display device of a computer.
A device like a TV set which displays graphical output from a computer, forming both characters and graphical items from a matrix of tiny dots called pixels. Each pixel is either on or off, or in a colour monitor can have its own unique colour. The number of colours which a colour monitor can display depends on how much memory is available for each pixel: one byte can store up to 256 different colours, while three bytes can produce 16.7 million different colours. Typical monitors have around 60-72 pixels per inch. (See also Visual Display Unit.)
(1) (n.) The video display that is part of a workstation. It is attached to the workstation by a cable.(2) (n.) The program in the workstation programmable read-only memory (PROM). The PROM program provides a limited set of commands that can be used before the kernel is available.
A display device for a desktop PC.
CRT display or video monitor.
The monitor shows the image. A monitor is a computer display containing a large glass screen filled with red, green, blue phosphors and illuminated by electromagnetic energy. The signal comes to the monitor from the video card which is inside the computer. Colors will be close to those printed but never exact.
The term "monitor" is often used synonymously with "computer screen" or "...
The computer screen and its supporting apparatus. Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) screens are most popular, but flat Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs) are also widely used.
Output device which displays characters and graphic images.
The screen that you look at when using a computer.
An output device that allows you to see what you are doing. Most computers come with 14 or 15 inch monitors. This size is good for most people's needs. Larger 17 or 21 inch monitors also are available, but may cost more.
A computer screen. It's what you are looking at right now
A display screen designed as an output device for a computer.
Individual(s) at a fireworks display who is responsible for observing the perimeter of the firing site an insuring that security personnel or barriers keep spectators at a safe distance. Also they observe for additional fire and debris hazard.
The box with a screen that displays the data on your computer, so you can see what you are doing. Larger monitors cost more. Currently the most common size is 17" or 19." Monitors vary not only in their size, but in the resolution they can support. (See Resolution.) There are two monitor types: CRT and LCD. The majority of desktop monitors are CRTs, but the new, thin, and more expensive LCD monitors are beginning to appear on some desktops. Monitors emit radiation, so you shouldn't sit too close
An electronic device similar to a television that displays information from a computer or games console.
A video display device that shows an image from an unmodulated or non-RF signal.
The video unit on your desktop that is displaying this web site.
1) An onstage speaker which allows a performer to hear the output of the PA system, or other members of a band. 2) A video display screen
a display device, either monochrome or color, having various resolutions reported as dot pitch (0.26 mm) or pixels in the x,y direction (1024 x 768) and possessing a maximum horizontal refresh rate (80 Khz).
The viewing screen. The most common computer monitor is the CRT type. Notebook computers use various forms of LCD screens. The resolution of a screen is expressed in pixels. The greater the number of pixels, the better the resolution. Also, the size of the pixel is important. The smaller the size of the pixel the sharper the picture.
The TV-type screen on which you view the work you're doing on your computer.
Video display similar to a TV, but having superior visual quality and without a tuner.
A display device similar to a television screen used in video games to receive and display game and service information.
The term is most accurately applied to video or television monitor that has no tuner. In such a case, a monitor must have some source device connected to it in order to display anything. The is sometimes applied, less accurately, to a television that has inputs for devices such as VCR or DVD player.
The computer display screen. Some computers, such as Macintoshes, may incorporate the monitor and the CPU into one piece of hardware, but in most of today's computers, the two are separate.
In iMovie, the window in the upper-left corner of the screen where clips or the movie can be previewed or played back. Like a television set without channels. It displays instructions from the application to you and shows what you've typed into memory.
A person whose duty it is to observe, or equipment that makes it easier (or possible) for said person to make the desired observations. A "television monitor" can be simply a TV set without a tuner (channel selector) or more often these days it is a TV set that has additional video inputs to accept signals other than through its tuner. "Studio monitor" usually refers to an ordinary speaker system, that is, for monitoring audio. The term "television monitor" seems to suggest but really does not stand for better quality. (The full correct term for the standard TV set with tuner is "television receiver".)
The TV-like screen that lets you see your computer activity and output.
A hardware device used in conjunction with a video card to display graphical output. Also, computer screen or computer monitor. A TV may be considered a monitor when hooked up to a video game console or computer.
A video screen on a workstation
the display or CRT for a micro-computer
like a TV, an output device used to display text and images being processed by the computer.
Display, HMD, Goggles, HUD, LCD, DLP.
the tv like display attached to the computer, comes in varieties with names like CGA, EGA, VGA, super VGA which indicate the maximum resolution of the displayed image
Another word for the computer screen.
A device that converts electronic signals into the video image that was generated by the camera and lens. The picture end of a CCTV system.
This is the computer's video display screen. It is the TV set looking part of the system. It however is only half of the video system of the computer. The other half is the graphics card that is plugged into the motherboard of the computer.
A display device containing a cathode ray tube or flat panel display, a case, interior wires, circuitry, a cable to the CPU and a power cord. Also called a vide display unit (VDU).
The device on which images created by the computer are displayed.
A display device connected to the VGA card on your Computer.
A computer display. Like the one you're probably looking at right now.
A device on which output from the computer is viewed. A monitor is thephysical unit, while display refers to the screen itself.
The cathode ray tube (CRT) screen on which software program information is electronically projected.
Device for computer generated display; video display terminal.
The "Television" screen that allows you to see what the computer is doing. Many newcomers to computing mistakenly think of the monitor as the computer itself. Computers can operate without a monitor, but computer users cannot.
An output device that allows you to see what you are doing. Older computers came with 14 or 15 inch monitors. Many new computers have 17 or 21 inch monitors, but they often cost extra.
The monitor is the screen on your PC where the information is displayed. There are lots of different sizes and types of monitors available.
the computer screen you look at.
The screen of a PC.
The TV-like screen driven by a computer's video card. Also called a cathode ray tube (CRT) display.
The screen that allows the user to view the information on their PC.
a device similar to a television screen that receives video signals from the computer and displays the information for the user.
The monitor is probably the most ubiquitous computer accessory. Without the graphical display a monitor provides, none of us would be able to get anything done on a computer. Monitors typically come in sizes from 15" - 21" (measured diagonally). Almost all are now color, but gray-scale and monochrome monitors are still available and useful when color is not needed. Flat-screen monitors are becoming a more common and inexpensive option when space is at a premium. Source: TechSoup.org
the display for the computer.
Commonly known as a TV without programme channels. Widely used in many areas of commercial and business communication and the desktop computer. Higher quality than a standard TV with direct connections via inputs and outputs for audio and video components avoiding the need for signal degrading conversion of standard RF signals.
the part of the computer containing the video display unit; so called because it allows you to monitor processes visually.
The video screen of a cathode ray tube (CRT) is a monitor. Another name for your computer= s screen.
The screen in which the information is seen - seem a television.
The "TV" or screen or Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) that shows what the computer is doing. You always look at the monitor to see what choices the computer offers and to see the results of your work. The size is measured diagonally.
A display that gets its signal directly from a camera or VCR, as opposed to a television, which relies on RF signals, such as those from cable television or broadcast. A monitor uses composite ( RCA-style), S-video ( Y/C) and/or BNC video jacks. (See ANALOG MONITOR)
A device used to reproduce a visual image from a composite video signal.
A screen which allows the user to watch and interact with the computer. A monitor is different from a television because it does not have a tuner for pulling in TV signals, is of a much higher resolution than TVs are.
A video or computer display device.
The monitor is the blue colored screen seen when the computer is turned on. It has its own on and off button that is usually located in the lower right corner.
The monitor takes the information from the video card and turns it into the physical image that is seen on the screen. This is a part of the hardware. See hardware. See monitor. mother board The mother board, also called the mainboard, is the central board of the computer, where all the main connection ports are mounted. It houses the buses between the main components. On the mother board, there are usually controllers for parallel ports, serial ports, PS/2 port, floppy drives and hard drives. This is part of the hardware. See inside the case.
The device used to view video pictures. These devices do not normally have televison RF frequency receivers. They normally have composite, or component video inputs.
A video display device containing no tuning mechanism.
The monitor is used to display the images that are generated by a computer.
The hardware component that provides the visual display, usually in color
computer display screen, looks like a small TV screen measured in inches diagonally from top corner to opposite bottom corner resolution is measured in pixels and sharpness is measured in millimeters
The monitor is the screen upon which the computer displays information. It is also called the CRT (Cathode Ray Tube).
(1) A TV that receives a video signal directly from an external source, such as a VCR, camera, or separate TV tuner to produce a high-quality picture. (2) A video display used with closed circuit TV equipment. (3) A device used to display computer text and graphics.
A television-like screen on which the computer displays information.
The part of a computer that looks like a TV. The video display of a computer.
A device, also known as a VDU (visual display unit) for viewing visual input to and output from a computer.
The television like unit that displays the text and graphical output on your computer.
Device that displays the text and graphics from your PC. It looks and works rather like a TV set. Images are displayed as tiny dots on the screen (the smaller and closer the dots, the sharper the image). If you do a lot of design or DTP, you might consider a screen that's bigger than the usual 15 inch monitor. The size is measured across the longest diagonal
A high-end video component that produces a picture but does not have a tuner. It must be connected to a video source to display images.
The screen that displays data, images, etc. Like TVs, a monitor's size is measured by the distance from one corner to the opposite corner diagonally.
This displays your workspace, including the operating system's desktop and programs currently running. A 17" monitor is sufficient for most people, but those with poor eyesight or a need for very high resolutions (such as digital artists) may want to opt for the 19" model. Space saving flat panel monitors are also available allowing students more room without sacrificing viewing area. Since they are not CRT's, they do not cause as much eyestrain.
The monitor for a PC is usually a cathode ray tube (CRT), and serves to display visual information.
A device that converts the video signal from a camera, VTR, computer, etc. into an image that is displayed on its cathode-ray tube. Compared to a TV receiver that must first decode an RF-modulated video signal, the monitor has no tuner and accepts the signal from the source without demodulation, thus permitting the use of a higher bandwidth and providing greater resolution.
A device for viewing the output from a computer, traditionally a much more precise TV set.
A display device resembling a television set but with a higher-resolution (sharper) image on the video screen.
A display device that can receive video signals by direct connection.
Video equipment that displays baseband video.
A machine that displays a patient's heart rhythm on a screen that resembles a TV.
The most commonly used output device for displaying text and graphics from a computer. CRTs (Cathode Ray Tubes) are the most common. LCDs (Liquid Crystal Displays) are used on laptops and are available for desktop systems.
The complete device that produces an on-screen display, including all necessary internal support circuitry. A monitor also is called a video display unit or cathode-ray tube (CRT)
The monitor is a utility which is installed in RAM and allows to detect "suspicious" actions of user programs: alteration and renaming of executable programs (COM- and EXE-files), writing to disk at absolute address etc. Upon detecting a "suspicious" function the program-monitor either displays corresponding message, or prevents the intercepted function from execution, or performs other special actions.
The high-resolution TV-like tube that displays your computer's output. Today's monitors have much better quality displays than any TV is capable of.
The video screen connected to the computer that displays input/output information and messages from the computer.
a screen similar to a TV screen you use to view information
an output device which displays information, it is similar to a television set
Used to display text and graphics output from PC.
A type of display screen for desktop systems that resembles a TV screen in a hard-shell case. Monitors attach to a computer via cables and display the image signals produced by the system. Flat-panel monitors have slim, space-saving designs. Although flat-panel monitor prices are dropping steadily, the displays are more expensive than traditional CRT (cathode-ray tube) monitors.
A device that converts the video signal from a camera, VTR, computer, etc. into an image that is displayed on its cathode-ray tube, LCD or some other display technology.
The monitor is a television screen on which you can see the people at the other site/s. Some systems use two monitors - one to display the people you are talking to and the other to display still images which may be sent from either site
In computers, a monitor is a computer display and related parts packaged in a physical unit that is separate from other parts of the computer. Notebook computers don't have monitors because all the display and related parts are integrated into the same physical unit with the rest of the computer. In practice, the terms monitor and display are used interchangably.
A video display terminal.
1. A television display screen where the channel-tuning section has been replaced by direct video input facilities. 2. Nomenclature for a high end speaker.
(verb) to check or gather information. (noun1) A person who checks or gathers information. (noun2) A screen for viewing information, such as a computer monitor.
It outputs information from the computer so you can see it.
CRT based TV or Computer video display. Also can apply to audio speakers used to 'monitor' the audio going to the main speakers.
A SQL*DBA command that DBAs can use to bring up various full-screen displays reflecting current database activity.
(MAH-nih-ter) In medicine, to regularly watch and check a person or condition to see if there is any change. Also refers to a device that records and/or displays patient data, such as for an electrocardiogram (EKG).
A screen used to display the data received from a computer.
The screen a computer uses to display an image. See CRT, LCD and PDP.
The part of a computer that contains the screen where messages to and from the central processing unit (CPU) are displayed. Monitors come in a variety of sizes and resolutions. The higher the number of pixels a screen is capable of displaying, the better the resolution. Sometimes may be referred to as a CRT.
A computer device for presenting video information.
device which displays computer output. From its use to "monitor" progress of a program.
A language-level intertask synchronization primitive. Java is the only language in the embedded systems space that supports monitors. The CRT or LCD display attached to a computer. See debug monitor.
A video display. A monitor is like a TV except it lacks the ability to tune in channels. A monitor may or may not have a sound amplifier and speaker.
See Video Monitor.
Device to display images, text and shapes by means of a CRT screen. [image
1) a CRT that receives its signal directly from a VCR, camera, or separate TV tuner for high-quality picture reproduction. 2) A device used for the real-time temporary display of computer output data. 3) Software or hardware that is used to scrutinize and to display, record, supervise, control, or verify the operations of a system.
A screen used to display computer output
screen used with a computer, also known as a VDU (visual display unit).
A video display with composite or RGB video inputs. In audio, a personal amplifier and/or speaker system designed to emulate larger systems used in presentation or performance. See RGB monitor.
Display device that is a separate plastic or metal case that houses a screen. 1.6, 6.4 CRT, 6.5, 10 gas plasma, 6.8 LCD, 6.5-8, 10 television as, 6.12 video cards and, 6.10-11 Monitoring utilities, 7.15
A computer Display screen. A monitor is an RGB display device.
A cathode ray video screen used to display data and graphics. The CRT must be matched to a display adaptor inside the computer.