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The main difference between OLED and LED screens is in the pixel technology. LED screens rely on a backlight to illuminate the pixels, but OLED screens use micro-LEDs that illuminate each pixel individually. OLED screens do not rely on a backlight, resulting in deeper blacks, a longer lifespan, and wider color range.
LED screens use a backlight for illumination, making these screens brighter than OLED screens. While most OLED screens tend to have a better viewing experience, LED screens are typically more affordable and can still serve high-quality displays.
When choosing between OLED and LED screens, which monitor is better will depend on your desired use. If your priority is a high contrast ratio, wide color range, and better detail, an OLED screen may be right for you. OLED screens are great for gaming, photo editing, and other tasks where detail is essential.
However, if you're using your screen for everyday activities like sending emails or browsing the web, and LED screen makes a great lower-budget option.