flat screen radiation

  Number6 22:12 01 Dec 03

Does anyone know if there are any problems with radiation from flat sreen monitors? I've recently purchased a 15" & noticed that I get a "feeling" in my head.

  VoG II 22:19 01 Dec 03

It definitely is not a radiation problem.

Are you sitting in a comfortable position with the screen in view. Have you tried click here

  DieSse 22:21 01 Dec 03

Well you get electromagnetic radiation, in the visible frequencies.

It's more likely you're squinting because you've got the resolution too high to view comfortably.

  Forum Editor 22:45 01 Dec 03

do not emit any radiation at all. Well they do, but it's in the form of light, and any radiant object does that - a lightbulb for instance - and it's perfectly harmless.

If you are getting a 'feeling' in your head it's possibly caused by the resolution setting, as DieSse has said. Experiment with a different setting, and see what happens, but put all thoughts of harmful radiation out of your mind.

  The Sack 00:24 02 Dec 03

if its a 15" incher its 1024x768 or nothing isnt it? The feeling is your head wondering where the radiation is LOL

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