Dell D1428L

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Dell
Caution Level: safe
Download File Size: 437Kb
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Se, Windows Me, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Latest Version: 4.2

Windows device driver information for Dell D1428L

The Dell D1428L is an LCD monitor produced and manufactured by Dell. LCD monitors make use of LCD or Liquid Crystal Display. It pertains to the technology behind the famous flat panel monitor. An LCD monitor is a lot more different from a CRT monitor because CRTs contains a bulky footprint with a depth of some inches and a weight of 30 - 50 pounds or 13 - 23 kilograms or more, while on the other hand, LCDs are normally 1 - 3 inches or 2.5 - 7.5 cm thick and weigh less than 10 pounds or 4.5 kg. An LCD monitor is composed of five layers: a backlight, a sheet of polarized glass, a 'mask' of colored pixels, a layer of liquid crystal solution receptive to a corded grid of x, y coordinates, and another polarized sheet of glass. By influencing the orientations of crystals through specific electrical charges of unstable degrees and voltages, the crystals act as tiny shutters, opening or closing in reaction to the stimulus; thus, permitting degrees of light that have passed through definite colored pixels to light up the screen, making a picture.

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Dell is a well known producer and manufacturer of LCD monitors. An LCD monitor is much brighter than a CRT. Brightness is calculated in nits, or single candela per square meter. Anywhere from 250 to 300 degrees nits is standard. The viewing angle is an important consideration if users want to have many people viewing the LCD monitor at any time. There is a vertical and a horizontal viewing angle specification, which points to the degree users. It can wander off from dead center before the picture begin to wash out. High contrast levels typically go together with larger viewing angles. Response time is calculated in milliseconds and points to the time it takes pixels to transform from entirely white to black and back again. Tinier values represent a quicker response time and are more pleasing, especially for gaming or viewing video. If the response time is slow, 'ghosting' or 'trailing' can happen with fast-moving pictures, as repaints of the screen overlap. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dell D1428L errors before installing any driver updates.