Is acer led monitor the same as acer lcd with led backlight monitor?
Is it true that there is no LED monitor in the industry?
The term "LED monitor" generally means an LCD monitor with an LED backlight, because non-organic LEDs haven't been made small enough to use as monitor pixels (smallest I've found is something like 1.0mm x 0.8mm, whereas monitor pixels are 0.3mm or smaller). These are usually edge-lit, but there might be some more expensive models that are zone-lit to allow local dimming.
There is such a thing as an OLED monitor, which actually uses OLEDs as the subpixels without requiring an LCD layer to control how much light gets through, but they're super expensive. The cheapest I can currently find on Google Shopping that's big enough to use as a desktop monitor (ignoring the HP XP597AA#ABA which is mis-listed at a few stores as being an OLED monitor - HP's website doesn't even indicate an OLED backlight) is the 17 inch Sony PVM-1741 for $3,690.00 at B&H Photo-Video-Audio.