A computer monitor is a device that provides a screen for connection to a computer. Although, it is based on the same technical basis as a screen for display of television and video data, it is different in standardization. This distinction is not absolute because there is an increasing number of LCD/LED monitors which are also suitable for television.
Technical types according to the type of imaging procedure
By using different phosphors, computer monitors of TV sets differ by color space. There is also a different standardization: YUV color model in the TV, the RGB color space in the computer monitor.
While in the computer monitor, the pixels are square (pixel aspect ratio of 1:1), they are rectangular in SDTV screens to achieve an aspect ratio of 4:3. At 1920×1080 square pixels, the HDTV aspect ratio of 16:9 is achieved. However WUXGA monitors (VESA standard) have 1920×1200 pixels (16:10).
Vector based screens, such as an oscilloscope, to cathode ray tubes work without pixel mask. You can display and refer to special systems for continuous images and can be maintained by Computer Repairs Richmond.