Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Chuntex Electronics Co. Ltd
Caution Level: Safe
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Operating System: Windows XP/98/NT/2000/95/2003
Release Date: 31 Dec 1995
The CTX PR710 series is a 15 inch LCD monitor. It has a maximum resolution of 1024 x 768 dpi. It displays clear and vivid images. It has low power consumption and produces very low radiation. It has a vertical frequency of between 50 to 60 Hz, and a horizontal frequency ranging from 30 to 110 kHz. This monitor is Energy Star compliant. It employs the active matrix technology for display. Its large size allows for more spreadsheet columns, less scrolling and easier side by side viewing of pages. It has a ready Plug and Play device which facilitates a user's addition of a new monitor to a computer which is already in use. It has an efficient performance and delivers great quality display. It has very high refresh rates. It does not require a lot of space because of its size.
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
The CTX PR710 series is a CRT monitor with a dot pitch of .22 mm. It is black in color. Its minimum system requirements for operation include a RAM of 32 MB, a Pentium MMX processor of 233 MHz, hard drive space of 4 GB and the Windows NT operating system. It is compatible with the Macintosh computers and other devices such as Windows 98 CTX 1565 and Windows ME CTX EX1200 series. It comes with such On-Screen controls as pin-balance, convergence, pincushion, color temperature solution, H/V position and size, contrast and trapezoid among others. It is supplied with the user's manual. It operates on an integrated power device. Its maximum power consumption is 125 Watt. It is easy to install and use. It consumes 8 Watt of power when on standby mode. It comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CTX PR710 series errors before installing any driver updates.