The Seneca four monitor matrix is a compact configuration of four monitors that will give you an excellent view of the market. 22", 24" or 27" monitors are available. The Seneca uses a single piece stand with a single foot base. The base provides a strong stable structure to hold the monitors.
The bottom row of monitors should be set lower than you would with one or two monitors. Doing so will make it easy to view the upper row of monitors.
The monitors we sell have a strong track record of reliability and customer satisfaction.
We provide an industry leading guarantee of zero dead pixels.
If you follow the markets closely, then the Seneca is the minimum you need to do it well.
Height is adjustable with 34" being typical
Monitors can be configured flat or curved
Monitor sizes offered: up to 27"
Types of LCD Panels
LCD panels all use active matrix technology (passive matrix is used in very small applications like watches). Below is a list of active matrix technology LCD panel types that are in mass production today.
The lowest cost and most widely sold LCD panel type. TN panels have very fast response times (2ms-5ms typical). Color reproduction, and contrast ratios of TN panels are not as good as VA or IPS panels. TN panels only produce 6-bit color. TN panels attempt to produce 8-bit color using a process called dithering. For watching the markets, however, they work fine. Most of the monitors we offer are TN monitors.
These monitors offer better color reproduction and wider viewing angles than TN panels, but have slower response times. Uninformed buyers often mistake the somewhat slower response times of the VA monitors for inferiority to the faster (TN) monitors. Color reproduction is much better, blacks are blacker, and they have higher contrast ratios then TN panels. We do not offer VA panels because of their limited side angle viewing quality. When you have a lot of monitors, you are rarely looking square on at all of them at once.
(In Plane Switching)
These are the best, most expensive, and rarest of LCD monitors. Prices for these monitors are at least 50% higher and may be more than 300% higher for larger sizes. Color accuracy is very impressive and the side viewing angle quality is excellent. The response times are slower than TN monitors (typically more than 6ms). Many of these monitors are too slow for gaming purposes. IPS panels also consume more power than TN or VA panels. The big advantage for IPS monitors is color quality. For traders the TN monitors produce more than adequate color quality for your charts. If you use your computer for graphic design work or watching movies then the IPS panel may be a better choice.