Will Flat Panels Ever Replace CRTs?

Pity the poor cathode ray tube (CRT). When placed next to a sleek flat-panel monitor, a CRT looks bulky and archaic, as much a remnant of the recent past as a rotary-dial phone.

But do not count the big boxes out yet. According to analysts, flat panels still have a way to go before they become the new desktop standard.

Some monitor manufacturers and analysts agree, however, that the move toward flat-panel ubiquity is picking up speed.

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