I was looking for the latest monitors in different computer shops to buy to replace my old CRT monitor. Computer Monitor is very important because it serves as the window of the computer. CRT monitors and TVs have each been optimized for the applications they've been traditionally used for. The former excel at displaying close-up high-resolution content, such as text, while lower-resolution TV screens' larger dot pitch and higher light output make them more suitable for rendering low-resolution photography such as film, intended for viewing at a distance. The problem is that neither of these techniques is appropriate on high-resolution PC monitors. PC users have had to live with TV-quality applications often appearing flat, dull and lifeless when displayed on a CRT monitor. The rise of high speed gaming, online games, video editing, DVD playback on the desktop and even video content on the Web means this deficiency has become increasingly unacceptable. Philips' answer to the problem came in the shape of their unique and innovative LightFrame technology, first revealed in late 2000. In essence, LightFrame seeks to simulate the output performance of a TV screen on a PC monitor. I got a glimpse of the Philips LightFrame LCD Monitor in one of the computer shop here in the city. It is said that its light blue glowing frame is soothing to the eyes. Reduce eye fatigue, brighten your mood, refresh your vision and improves concentration. The light hub relaxes the user less eye fatigue and imbues the user with the sense of well-being even after an extended period in front of the computer. LightFrame models can accept VGA and digital DVI signals and display hi-def signals having the capability of displaying Full HD 1920×1080p resolution. As for the price? It will go around Php5, 000 - Php9, 000 depending on the size of the LightFrame monitor.