You can use a TV as a computer monitor, though we would have said to pump the brakes even two years ago. What’s changed? Today’s TVs pack more pixels into less screen space and respond faster to inputs from a mouse or trackpad than in the past. In the digital dark ages, using a TV as a computer monitor wasn’t practical. Computers had their rooms with dedicated desks, peripherals, and a squid-like mass of dusty wiring. However, a few things to consider, such as PPI, lag time, streaming devices, and knowing the best TV
to use as a monitor. Once you grasp the top-line facts, you’ll settle the computer monitor-or-TV debate for good.