Any output device for presenting information visually. Examples include: CRT (cathode ray tube), LED (light emitting diode), LCD panel (liquid crystal display), or gas plasma. A general term for a projector or monitor.
Your monitor is connected to a display device that controls what is shown on the monitor. The display device includes memory (called a frame buffer) dedicated to storing display information. A display device is also referred to as a graphics adapter.
Output device that visually conveys text, graphics, and video information; also called a display. Information on a display device, sometimes called soft copy, exists electronically and displays for a temporary period of time. 6.4- 12
A display device, also known as an information display is a device for visual or tactile presentation of s (including text) acquired, stored, or transmitted in various forms. While most common displays are designed to present information dynamically in a visual medium, tactile displays, usually intended for the blind or visually impaired, use mechanical parts to dynamically update a tactile image (usually of text) so that the image may be felt by the fingers.