Category: Monitor and video cards
Manufacturer: Chuntex Technologies (CTX)
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 0.09 MB
Operating System: Windows 2003, XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / 2002
The CTX PV520 is a 15-inch LCD monitor developed by CTX. The monitor has a maximum resolution os 1024 x 768 operating at 75 hertz. The typical contrast ratio is set at 350:1, while the typical brightness is set at 200dcm2. The vertical viewing angle is set at 120 degrees, while the horizontal viewing angle is set at 100 degrees. The contrast ratio is set at 350:1, while the dimensions are 375 x 169 x 383 millimetres. The maximum power consumption in this monitor is 35 watts. It displays 16.7 million colors and has a refresh rate of 75 hertz. The video and video connectors on this monitor are positioned a t the rear part of the LCD panel. The monitor is enabled with plug and play capabilities, which makes the initial installation of the monitor easy even to the non-professional.
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The CTX PV520 has a high contrast, which is obvious at first glance. This is especially the case if the monitor is place in a well-lit room or office. Image display on the monitor is razor-sharp, which gives the user where he can play fast-paced three-dimensional games. The monitor is also ideal for people who watch videos from their PCs because of the high resolution. Although the colors in this monitor are not as rich as the color displays in Cathode Ray Tube monitors, the user quickly gets used to the resolution and as a result is able to enjoy the computing experience without any hardships. The monitor is compatible with dual display, whereby, the user can choose to connect two monitors to the same PC. Since the monitors saves on a lot of desk space, this monitor is quite convenient for use as a dual monitor. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CTX PV520 errors before installing any driver updates.