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Pixel density on a monitor refers to the concentration of pixels on the display, typically measured in pixels per inch (PPI). It determines the sharpness and clarity of the images and text displayed on the screen. A higher pixel density means more pixels are packed into the same physical space, resulting in finer details and less visible pixelation. For instance, a 4K resolution monitor will have a higher PPI than a Full HD monitor of the same size, producing a crisper image where individual pixels are less discernible to the naked eye. Pixel density is a critical aspect for professionals who work with high-resolution content or for individuals who enjoy high-definition gaming and video, as it enhances the overall visual experience by providing a smoother and more refined image.