When considering an LED display vs LCD options, it is important to clarify the differences and similarities between the two types. The key fact to underline is that LED displays are LCD displays - they are just a specific subset of the broader LCD technology.
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. The acronym can be used to describe any panel or display that uses liquid crystal to control where (and how much) light is displayed in each on-screen pixel at any given moment.
Many types of LED displays use this technology - and so they are LCD screens by definition. The fact that they also use LEDs to backlight these pixels is what defines LED displays as a subset.
It is also important to note that almost all modern LCD displays are LED variants. The previous common method of lighting LCD screens was using cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs), and some panel-makers do still include CCFL options, the vast majority of brands now use LED technology.
Designed to be eye-catching and to captivate those viewing them, these control systems are often designed for high brightness, low power consumption, high refresh rate, and a multicolour, large format functionality.