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