Tag: LCD

Fix Acer AL1916W Monitor

I have a LCD monitor, Acer AL1916W. I can remember when I bought it. But I do believe it is more than six years. I have two more monitor. One is Acer 1716B in early 2006, and Acer X223W in April 2009. So I got  Acer AL1916W between 2006 and 2009. These three monitors are

Acer 1716B

I bought a LCD monitor, Acer 1716B, last week. The following is its specifications: Display Panel: 17″ color active matrix LCD (TFT) Resolution: 1280 x 1024 Native Contrast Ratio: 700:1 Brightness (Typical): 300 cd/m2 Viewing Angle (H/V): 150/135 Cabinet Color: Black Video Inputs: Analog RGB, DVI-D Environments: PC compatible Warranty: Three Year Covering Parts and

Monitors Matter CheckScreen

Sometimes, we have to test our monitor, or LCD. This software, Monitors Matter CheckScreen can be used to test both of them. Monitors Matter CheckScreen V1.2 is a professional test software. This is one of the best programs intended to test your monitor! It will allow to properly adjust the monitor before testing. Then you

Resolution Guide

Resolution Guide for Monitors, Laptops, Televisions and Projectors You’ve seen the confusing alphabet soup of acronyms describing the various resolutions for monitors, laptop displays, LCD and plasma televisions, as well as projectors, yet you probably still don’t know what it all means. Click on this hyperlink for an article that explains resolution and includes charts

Our View on Response Times

The Truth About Response Time In our continuing effort to provide up-to-the-minute information to consumers, our editors wish to shed light on the multitude of numbers (or specifications) that accompany advertisements, brochures, user manuals, etc. regarding LCD monitors. Amid the cacophony of digits large and small appears one expression that is particularly important, but often

Choosing a LCD Flat Panel Monitor

The world market for flat panel displays exploded to nearly $38-billion last year with projections of 18-percent growth for each of the next three years. According to the October 1, 2003 issue of Business Economics magazine, few – if any – markets this size are growing at such high and sustained rates. The reasons are