Undeniably, more and more devices are now requiring the use of touch screen technology. Bear in mind, however, that not all computer touch screens are created equal, as they say.
From tablets to panel PCs and beyond, there are currently a variety of uses for touch screens in the industry. Read on to learn about some of the particular pros and cons of several of the main touch screen types.
Computer Touch Screens: From Viewing to Contact
Touch screens use signals that enable a device to locate exactly which part of the surface the user is accessing via the screen, thus allowing the software to determine what kind of action or step to undertake in relation to the command.
Users and developers look for a functional touch screen that fits their needs in terms of both ease of usage and durability. Here’s a look at four of the primary types of computer touch screens in the industry today. Continue Reading…
There has been a lot of debate regarding the movement to newer technology with regards to electronics. One of the most talked about topics is the shift from the age-old cold cathode fluorescent lamp (CCFL) to the newer light-emitting diode (LED) type of display.
Essentially, LCD monitors need a backlight to illuminate the images onscreen. This backlight, which is positioned at the back or side of the LCD (liquid crystal display) panel of the monitor, can either be a CCFL panel or an LED panel. But just what is the difference between the two types of backlights for computer monitors? Or any LCD screen for that matter.
CCFL Display Monitors
CCFL computer monitors have been the most commonly used form of backlight for years. Because of this, their cost is considerably lower, which is good for a tighter budget. In addition, the CCFL’s lifespan has also made it a trusted type of backlight for a number of manufacturers.
However, the CCFL is not without its drawbacks. For instance, Continue Reading…
There is no denying that today’s world has fully embraced the digital age, and that countless data and storage files are primarily kept in computers. However, in the event that a computer crashes or malfunctions, the possibility of the data being wiped out and never recovered again poses a huge threat in data preservation and storage.
This is an even bigger potential problem for companies with numerous sizeable files that are essential to everyday operations. One simple accident can mean files being deleted and becoming irretrievable. What if this was an entire year’s worth of data? This is why computer backup storage for all electronic files is not only desirable, but an essential component of the everyday computing processes, to ensure that the stored data for companies and individuals is safe and secure.
Potential Computer Crashes and Data and Storage
Organizations (or people) that do not schedule the appropriate backup of files, for whatever reason, including because they ‘haven’t got the time’ are definitely courting disaster.
There is also often a bit of the “it can’t happen to me” mentality, which under the circumstances is Continue Reading…