Back in the days of the Apple IIc, a Liquid Crystal Diode(LCD) display was cutting edge technology that you found mostly on watches and a few alphanumeric displays. Computer screen that used LCD was nearly as hard as henis teeth to find, which make what our friends at Mendelini.com tipped us off about worthy of a mention. There is currently an eBay auction of an LCD monitor for an Apple IIc. According to the eBay ad:
Beyond RARE Apple IIc LCD Display. I purchased this earlier this year for my personal collection, but Iim running out of space so Iive decided to cut back on my collections. Screen is As new/Near Mint. Original Box (fair condition), original styrofoam, and manuals (some of manuals never opened). The previous owner told me he never used this, and it was only tested briefly. I highly doubt there is a nicer example available for sale anywhere. Tested, working. Sold as-is (due to age).
There are a few long-time Apple users who may remember seeing this monitor but most Mac users will find it hard to believe that such a device exists. Stop by eBay and check it out; there are several more images of the product. Itis cool history, folks.