What is Refresh Rate?

What is Refresh Rate?

Refresh rate refers to the number of times per second that a display updates or refreshes the image it is showing. It is measured in Hertz (Hz). The refresh rate is a critical specification for displays, such as computer monitors, TVs, and smartphones, as it directly impacts the smoothness and clarity of motion in visual content.So, if your monitor has a refresh rate of 60 Hz, the image on the display is being refreshed 60 times each second.

What are the standard refresh rates?

The standard refresh rate is usually measured in Hertz (Hz) and represents the number of times the display updates the image per second. Common standard refresh rates include 60Hz, 120Hz and 144Hz, with 60Hz being a common standard widely used in most monitors, TVs and devices, while higher refresh rates such as 120Hz and 144Hz are common in monitors designed for gaming. It can provide a smoother and more sensitive dynamic display effect.

What is the refresh rate of the smart board?

Armer Smart Board has a 60Hz refresh rate.Common refresh rates for smart boards typically fall within the standard range, such as 60Hz, 75Hz, 120Hz, or 144Hz, depending on the model and specifications. Higher refresh rates may be advantageous for smoother and more responsive interactions, especially in educational settings where real-time annotations and collaborative activities are crucial.