ANTHONY AGIUS

PC & Tech Authority - - FEATURE | 250TH ISSUE -

The typ­i­cal mon­i­tor you’d see on some­one’s desk in the 90s was a tiny 14in CRT that chugged along at 800 x 600 (maybe 1024 x 768), with a dull colour gamut and a front as round as a bas­ket­ball. Those with more dis­cern­ing eyes had to spend the equiv­a­lent of a small car on a 21in dis­play that re­quired two peo­ple to move it. Now you can buy a 30in or larger dis­play with 4K res­o­lu­tion, deep, bril­liant colours for a few hun­dred dol­lars and pick it up with one hand. That’s great progress!

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