BenQ T505

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: BenQ
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 57.9 KB
Operating System: Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 11/22/2006

Windows device driver information for BenQ T505

Equipped with a 15-inch display screen, this computer display monitor makes use of a 0.297 mm dot pitch to display images to the computer user. Basically when an image or text is rendered to the computer user it is represented by a set of adjacent dots either of varying or the same color. The dot pitch value represents the distance between two dots of the same color. Basically the smaller the value of the dot pitch, the closer the same colored dots are and the better the image quality. This value is normally built into the hardware component and is merely supported by the device driver but cannot be modified by the computer user. This information is also passed on to the device driver of the graphics processing card. The value is factored in when computing graphics related information in order to maximize the display screen as well as the available display resolution. The graphics data computation takes into account the current display settings of the BenQ T505 device.

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When a computer user specifies a lower display resolution an image or text would normally appear jagged on the computer screen. As the display resolution gets higher, the better the quality of the image becomes. In the case of the BenQ T505, the device driver allows for the implementation of a maximum display resolution of 1024 by 768 pixels. This is supported by the 1.62 million colors that can be displayed or rendered by the computer display monitor. To further increase the quality of the display the manufacturer has implemented a 400:1 contrast ratio with a brightness setting of 250 cd/m2. The main input port of the BenQ T505 is a conventional 15-pin D-sub connection. This means that it accepts analog video signals from the graphics processing card. It also translates to the implementation of a digital to analog conversion process before any data is sent to the computer display monitor. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and BenQ T505 errors before installing any driver updates.