A display screen for a computer, cable box, camera or other video-generating device. The predominant screen technologies are LCD and OLED and their variations (see LCD
A computer monitor often has built-in speakers. However, a TV monitor, which used to be a home theater component, has no speakers. See display standards
Software that observes the activities within a computer system. See computer monitoring
Hardware that gathers performance statistics via direct attachment to a CPU's circuit boards. See network analyzer
Firmware in a hardware device that provides control functions such as setting communications parameters. The monitor resides in a ROM or flash memory chip.