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    Difference between lcd and tft moniter?

    Posted by: rashid on 11/29/2010

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    in lcd use the liquid crystel diode.
    in tft use thin film transister.

    Posted by: harsh khansuli    

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    CRT(Cathode Ray Tube) monitor is the one which looks like the old fashioned TVs.

    TFT(Thin film transistor) monitor is the Flat screen monitor.

    Posted by: Puneet sharma    

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    In LCD (liquid crystal display) we use very small size of liquid crystals to display an image in TFT (thin film transister) for displaying images we use group of very thin transisters

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    LCD stand for liquid crystal display
    TFT stand for thin film transistor
    the main difference between LCD & tft is that LCD doesn't produce high graphic color capabilities & image quality is relative poor.where as tft posses all the feature of LCD along with high graphic quality & crystal clear apprences.

    Posted by: rituraj    

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