The range of acceptable viewing angles varies substantially between monitors, and particularly between different models of LCDs. This viewing angle range is measured in degrees. LCD monitors typically have fairly narrow viewing angles, as shown in Figure 14.4—most fall between 50° and 110°. By contrast, CRTs typically have viewing angles of 120° or so. As a general rule, active matrix displays feature much wider viewing angles than do passive matrix displays.
LCD monitors vary widely in their range of usable viewing angles.
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