The L.C.D. Screen Wins Color-Obsessed Converts

[New York Times]
IN the tech world, the slender liquid crystal display monitor has become synonymous with cool, making steady inroads against its rotund predecessor, the cathode ray tube. By the fall of 2002, sales of flat-panel L.C.D. monitors in the United States had exceeded those of C.R.T.’s in terms of dollars spent, and by the end of this year L.C.D.’s should surpass C.R.T.’s in units sold, according to the research firm iSuppli/Stanford Resources.
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