Most large touch displays come in a couple of different types. There are those that use the AMOLED technology, and those that use the LCD technology. Both types of screens are capable of giving you a large variety of choices when it comes to displaying your product line. The one thing they have in common, though, is that they are not all made equally. If you are interested in making a purchase and want to find out more about each type, then this article is for you.
The AMOLED touch display is one of the first popular touch screen technologies that was introduced to the market. This type of touch screen is composed of several small crystals that are connected to make up the display panel. Because of how they are made up, these types of touch screens are not as sensitive as a traditional liquid crystal display, so they tend to be more responsive. This means that they can produce greater resolution, which means you will get brighter images on a large touch display. Because of how well the crystals can work together, though, this kind of screen can be sensitive to finger motion, which means you should keep your hands steady rather than moving them around on the screen.
The next type of large format touch screen is the LCD touch display. The LCD touch screen works the same way an LCD panel does. They use liquid crystals to create the image on the screen, but the crystals are arranged in rows and columns. Instead of being sensitive to finger motion, the liquid crystal panels can respond to your finger’s motion. Because of this responsiveness, the LCD display touch screens tend to be much sharper, which can make text harder to read if you are viewing large format banners or images on the screen at large.
One thing to keep in mind when comparing touch screen specifications is that they are based on different metrics. The most common measurement is DPI, which stands for Density Color Impression. This is the most common number used in comparisons between monitors. The other numbers you might encounter are measured in pixels, such as PPI and Refresh Rate. The reason you may find DPI listed as one number when comparing an LCD monitor with another is because the monitors use a different technology to achieve the set standard.
Another way to compare large format touch screen monitors is to look at the measurement in inches. If you compare an eight inch touch screen with another eight inch touch screen, you can figure out the difference in screen size by looking at the ratio between the area covered by the two screens. The ratio is usually around nine to one. The other numbers that can be compared between monitors include DPI and the standard response time, which is the amount of time it takes for the pixel to change from active to inactive.
To find out the screen specifications for any large touch screen monitor, look up the specifications for that particular measurement in the Product Performance Data Sheet, also called the PPD. The numbers in the Product Performance Data Sheet indicate the average response time, the percentage of screen glare, the brightness of the screen and other factors. You can figure out the screen sizes of different monitors when reading the product performance data sheet. Each monitor has a different color depth.
Your next step is to determine the number of pixels per inch on the screen. The measurements for screen size and resolution will be in inches, mm and the combination of both measurements will be in screen pixels. Once you know the number of pixels per inch, you can determine which components included in the monitor. You need to multiply the measured screen size by ten fingers to get the surface area. Your final answer will be the thickness of the screen, which is based on the product specifications.
Some of the screen specifications to consider are things that don’t depend on the actual measurement of the monitor, but rather on the pros and cons of using the touch technology. These are common pros such as the longer life of the monitors, the ease of installation and the ease of maintenance. There are usually pros and cons for the price. The price of high end touch enabled monitors can be up to twice as much as an ordinary LCD or plasma screen. High touch technology provides the best and brightest screen available.