Category: Monitor and video card
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 6.33Kb
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 126.96.36.199 / 11/18/2004
Liquid Crystal Display has been the rage among customers nowadays. It is AOC That constituted an effort in producing this. LM722 is another monitor from AOC whose sales were discontinued in the market. Just like all other monitors, this is powered by electricity and it is capable of displaying or projecting pictures. This monitor is also designed to produce crisp and ultra clear resolutions for Windows. In fact, its resolution can reach a height of 1280 by 1024 - working with sixty Hz. Users don’t need to worry about energy consumption with this device because it is certified by EPA ENERGY STAR®. To some, it is also a way to guide users in manipulating, editing, creating or even in recording various data and programs. Unlike typical television sets, these monitors don’t have channels or a tuner for changing channels. Nevertheless, another notable function of this monitor is the fact that it is built in an ergonomic, space saving and compact case design. Furthermore, computer monitors can provide better quality resolutions as compared to television sets. This is even though there are types of monitors that can also operated similar to a television. Aside from that, there are television sets that can operate with computers. Monitors are classified into certain types. This would include CRT monitors and LCD monitors. CRT or “Cathode Ray Tube” monitors are considered as the pioneers of this technology. They are big and heavy. They even look similar to a television. They work on a higher frequency and they can generate a picture out many rows or lines of tiny colored dots.
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AOC is a popular company founded by Ross Siragusa in Chicago, Illinois. The name “AOC” stands for “Admiral Overseas Corporation”. It was established in Taiwan in the year 1967. They are considered as the pioneers of Cathode Ray Tube monitors, LCD TV’s and LCD monitors. Year 2008 is noted as AOC’s biggest year – accumulating about eight million sales, which is actually twenty percent higher than the past three years. Due to this, AOC became one of the biggest sales performers amongst businesses in Asia Pacific and South America. AOC also prides itself as one of the pioneers of selling several state-of-art value display technologies - bringing green, entertainment and, most importantly, humane-like life experiences. Thus, one of its main innovations is the LCD monitor. “LCD” stands for “Liquid Crystal Display”. It has thin, flat and lightweight features. It also makes use of modern and upgraded technology. Due to this, many believe that its quality is similar or even better than that of a CRT. This is one reason why it is more expensive than CRT monitors. Moreover, its picture quality comes from an active matrix or thin film transistor - the one responsible in producing clear, crisp and sharp color images. Another feature of LCD monitors is that they usually revolve around dimension of 15-inches to 21-inches and sometimes even larger. What’s more, its size doesn’t affect the viewing screen unlike that of CRT monitors. In this case, typical 15-inch LCD monitors will also have 15-inch viewing screens but its color quantities are not in any way constrained. This is possible because of its attached adapter. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AOC LM722 errors before installing any driver updates.