Category: Monitor and video cards
Manufacturer: BenQ Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 53 KB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.7 / 07 Aug 2006
The BenQ FP767-12 is a 17 inch TFT monitor. It is easy to work with. It has a maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels. It has a pixel pitch of 0.264 mm. It has high refresh rates of up to 75 Hz. Its contrast ratio is 500:1. It has a brightness level of 300 cd/m2. It has a high response time of about 12ms. It offers a viewing angle of 140 degrees (both vertical and horizontal). It is convenient to work with as it has been designed with On-Screen Display features for various functions such as controlling brightness, contrast, vertical positioning, horizontal positioning, image size and color among others. It has a horizontal scan that ranges from 30 to 96 KHz, and a vertical scan range of 48 to 60 Hz. This monitor utilizes the analog RGB video input signal.
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The BenQ FP767-12 monitor comes in black and silver colors. It runs in both Mac and PC environments. The BenQ FP767-12 device comes with anti-glare features to offer protection to user’s eyes when working with it for long hours. It has been designed with an automatic power saving function which automatically switches the monitor to power saving mode when it is not in active use. It consumes 50 Watt of power during operation. It requires a voltage of 110/230 V. Its physical dimensions include a height of 15.9 inches, a width of 14.8 inches and a depth of 3.5 inches. It weighs 9.9 lbs. It has been designed with two speakers. It comes in a package that comprises of a power cable, monitor base, a signal cable, a user guide, an audio cable and warranty information. It has the manufacturer’s warranty of three years. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and BenQ FP767-12 errors before installing any driver updates.