What is IPS Display and How Does it Work in Computers?

    1. IPS stands for in-plane switching and it is a display technology used for computer/laptop monitors.
    2. It is a high-quality display alongside others like OLED display.
    3. IPS is based on the broader LCD (Liquid crystal display) technology.
    4. It works through a parallel alignment of small display units known as liquid crystals.
    5. The shifting of these liquid crystal alignments or patterns enables the computer screen to form images.
    6. Horizontal shifting of the liquid crystals allows better wide-angle viewing, which is a major advantage of an IPS monitor.


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