Category: Monitor and Video Card
Caution Level: Safe
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Operating System: Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0. / 12 Dec 2008
The Acer P191 is 22 inch widescreen LCD (liquid crystal display) monitor display device that is part of Acer’s Premium Home Series line of computer monitors. This Acer product line consists of widescreen LCD displays developed to provide exceptional picture quality for movies, games and work related applications. In this LCD monitor display product line; there are standard 24 inch, 21 inch and 19 inch models, and the 24 inch Acer G24 particularly developed to be utilized with the newest PC games. All LCD models have a black monitor bezel and a silver base, on the other hand, the G24 model can come in orange bezel and a base that is detachable, with the tilting capacity of -5 to 15 degrees. All LCDs likewise have DVI and VGA inputs, and the 24 inch models have a supplementary HDMI input. The Acer P191 LCD monitor display has support for 16.7 million colors.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
An LCD is a flat, thin panel utilized to electronically display information like moving pictures, images and text. It can be used for a variety of devices which include computer monitors, instrument panels, TVs, telephones, calculators, watches, clocks, gaming consoles, video players, mobile phones, and aircraft cockpit displays among many others. Every pixel of the LCD is made up of a molecule layer that is aligned between 2 electrodes that are transparent, and 2 polarizing filters. The electrodes’ surface that comes in contact with the liquid crystals will be treated to align the molecules in a specified direction. The liquid crystal’s direction of alignment will then be determined according to the rubbing’s direction. In addition, prior to the application of an electric field, the liquid crystal molecules’ orientation will be defined by the electrodes’ alignment on the surfaces. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Acer P191 errors before installing any driver updates.