A display device that uses liquid crystal display (LCD) technology instead of a cathode ray tube (CRT) like most monitors. Flat panels are much thinner than CRT monitors and offer more flexibility for placement on desks or attaching to walls. NVIDIA GPUs support a variety of flat panel displays.
A smaller monitor that is used on laptops and notebook computers.
A display that uses LCD technology, which allows both the screen to be flat and the body of the monitor to remain very slim, due to the absence of the CRT tube in most monitors.
Any electronic display that has minimum depth (basically two dimensions) regardless of technology
a thin display screen, most often used in portable computers, that does not employ CRT technology
A very thin display screen that utilizes plasma or liquid crystal technologies.
A type of display that is much thinner compared with standard CRT based displays. Plasma and LCD screens are both types of FPDs.
Normally, it refers to LCD screens. The technology of flat panel displays decrease the amount of light reflection projected onto the screen.
is any type of display that is comprised of two sheets of glass in close proximity to each other so that it is flat or narrow as compared to CRT display. The most common type of flat panel display is a Liquid Crystal Display. See LCD
A type of display that has much less depth than a standard CRT-based display. Types of FPDs include gas plasma displays and LCD screens.
A consumer display device that uses advanced technologies to create televisions and computer monitors. Flat panel displays can be created using thin-film transistors, organic light emitting diodes or plasma technologies.
Flat panel displays encompass a growing number of technologies enabling video displays that are lighter and much thinner than traditional television and video displays that use cathode ray tubes, and are usually less than 4 inches (100 mm) thick.