40 inch smart tv
The distance between the dot pitch and the PPI is very large, and the LCD TV screen is very rough.
Usually, the highest resolution of a 32-inch LCD TV is 1080P. By calculation, its PPI is only 69, the dot pitch is a bit large, and the graininess can be seen by the naked eye. In comparison, although the PPI of liquid crystal displays is basically above 90, it is much more perfect than LCD TVs.
The color deviation is extremely large, and the restoration is extremely inaccurate.
For the display, the color is generally pursued in a rich, accurate to restore. However, if the LCD TV is used as a display, the color will be too bright or even color cast. The main reason for this phenomenon is that the gamma standards are different between the two. The standard gamma value on the current market is basically around 2.2, and the output of the computer is generally output according to this standard. However, LCD TVs have different standards because of the different environments and experience they use. Can the LCD TV be used as a computer monitor? I believe the answer is self-evident!