Unfortunately, most of us do not pay too much attention to our computer monitors, and in fact, that is most important, and looking at the whole computer, we will use a monitor in most cases for the longest.
In practice, the LCD monitor has a lifespan of at least ten years. Do not forget that good old CRT monitors with cathode ray tubes worked for fifteen years, but are out of use because they were bad for eyes among other things. For this very reason, we strongly recommend that you do not be like most who say “It will be the cheapest.”, and they are done. If you are buying a laptop, the monitor is even more important, because it is important that all components of the laptop have a long life. Take Rackmount LCD, it is highly recommended for years.
There are so many variants of laptops and computers, and it is important to choose the one that suits you the most. Think about what you will use this device? Do you need it exclusively for work or for private use? Will you have on it some sensitive data that you want to protect? How important is that your computer is secured and safe not only from virus and various programs but also physically? These are all very important questions when choosing your next computer. Especially if you are working with very sensitive data that you want to save, and it is important for you that no one can access them without your permission.
We all know that the products they are making today have a very short life, and generally all devices are broken as soon as their warranty expires. This is not good because you can lose all your data, documents, photos and other works. It is therefore important to invest in something that will last, which is safe and secure. In the computer world, we are always trying to keep up with the latest technologies and, therefore, we want to offer them to you, of course, after we make sure they are good.
If you are buying a monitor together with your computer, then check which ports have a graphics card and, accordingly, select the one on the monitor. We always recommend selecting a model with a digital connection to ensure that the image from the computer to the monitor comes with no loss. Types of connectors are VGA (D-SUB), DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort. Only VGA is analog and I suggest you avoid it. If you have an older computer with only VGA output, I suggest you buy a monitor that has a VGA input, but also one of the digital ones.
Whenever you have a chance to choose, take a monitor with at least one HDMI connection. Why? These cables are quite cheap and thin enough to drive them around the room and hide it. Without fear of loss of display quality, you can get them at affordable prices.