Sam Miller

They're all over the trade shows and on every desk on the prime time law and hospital dramas, but will LCD displays make it into home and small offices anytime soon. From a quality standpoint, flat panels are improving, and that goes a long way with the average consumer, some who still think of LCDs as being grainy and hard to look at. But newer models demonstrate less pixel defects, and more colors which mean better pictures. The technology is maturing. "There's better filtering and better light distribution, " said Sam Miller, manager of ViewSonic Laboratories. "The panels themselves are getting brighter, and the

More Blogs