Acer LCD Monitor AL1722

Category: Monitor and video card
Manufacturer: Acer Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: NA
Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: NA / NA

Windows device driver information for Acer LCD Monitor AL1722

Acer LCD Monitor AL1722 is an LCD or “Liquid Crystal Display” monitor. This device is a thin and flat in appears. It is also lightweight. It is the product of modern technological advancements. It is said that the quality can be the same or even better than a CRT. As such, it is also known that LCDs are more expensive than CRT monitors. Its picture quality comes from an “active matrix' or thin film transistor, this is the one responsible for producing clear, crisp and sharp color images. An LCD monitor usually revolves around dimensions of 15-inches to 21-inches, and larger. Its size doesn’t affect the viewing screen unlike that of CRT monitors. If a 15-inch LCD will have a 15-inch viewing screen, its colors quantities are not in any way constrained. It is through the ability of the attached adapter. Unlike television sets, this cannot have channels or a tuner to change the channels. Furthermore, computer monitors have better quality resolution compared to television sets. On the other hand, it is a known fact the some types of monitors can operate as television sets and some television sets can operate as compiter monitors. A monitor can be classified into types and these are CRT monitor and LCD monitor. CRT or Cathode Ray Tube monitors are the first type of monitors. They are big and heavy and looks like a television. This works on a higher frequency and generates picture out of many rows or lines of tiny colored dots.

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Acer ensures that all of their LCD products contain VESA compatible screw bosses located at the back of the unit. These are mostly found at a square located somewhere in the middle on the back of the monitor. Usually, users may recognize this as having 4 screws. Moreover, VESA has formulated two helpful standards for mounting LCD monitors. The first one is by VESA 75 and the other is by VESA 100. Both these standards defines the space in millimeters between the screw holes may it either be on horizontal and or vertical positions and not in a diagonal position. These VESA mounts require 4mm screws with 0.7 pitches. Customers should be wary to use certified VESA wall mount brackets or fixtures in order to avoid problems and further damages. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Acer LCD Monitor AL1722 errors before installing any driver updates.