Resolution: the resolution of a monitor indicates how densely packed the pixels are. In general, the high resolution provides a sharper image.
Bandwidth: the range of signal frequencies the monitor can handle this determines how much data it can process and therefore how fast it can refresh at higher resolutions.
Refresh rate: How many time per second the screen is refreshed (redrawn). To avoid flickering, the refresh rate should be at.least 72 Hz.
Dot pitch: The amount of space between each pixel. The smaller the dot pitch, the sharper the image.
Convergence: the clarity and sharpness of each pixel.
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