The main thing to remember about monitors is that the faster the monitor responds to input, the better it will perform.

So the faster you respond to the input, or the higher the refresh rate, the faster your monitor will perform, according to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

However, there are several factors that affect response time.

These include the type of monitor, the size of the monitor, and whether you are working with more than one monitor.

The main reason for the different response time between a computer monitor and a monitor is the response time of the pixels in the pixels of the display.

When you work with more monitors, there is more than enough resolution available to respond quickly to the data being transmitted.

However if you work only with one monitor, then you may have more to work with.

As a result, a monitor’s response time can be affected by many factors, including: The monitor size and resolution