Category: Monitor and Video Card
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 141 KB
Operating System: Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: A0-00 / 17 Jun 2007
The Dell E198WFP (Digital) provides an inexpensive solution for users requiring a fully featured widescreen monitor display device for optimized multimedia usage and productivity. This device’s widescreen format enables users to run many applications on one screen, which aids in achieving greater productivity and time management. This monitor display device has a native resolution of 1440 X 900. It response time is 5 ms (millisecond), while its contrast ratio is around 1000:1. It is highly capable of generating crisp text, sharper images and darker blacks. The Dell E198WFP (Digital) LCD monitor display device also supports HD or High Definition videos so users can play PC games and watch videos with exceptional clarity via the Dell TrueLife technology. TrueLife is Dell’s marketing brand for its LCD (liquid crystal display) anti-reflective technology. It was released to Japanese consumers in select Fujitsu notebook PCs around the beginning of the year 2003.
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The TrueLife technology utilized by the Dell E198WFP (Digital) monitor display device was an immediate success due to its vibrant colors and stunningly crisp images. This technology delivers sharper contrast (difference among lightest white and deepest black pixels) and generates vivid and clearer images. This technology is likewise capable of absorbing external ambient lighting and employs wide viewing angles compared to other typical notebook computer screens. The LCD screen anti-reflective technology however is not a proprietary Dell technology since other computer system/ peripheral manufacturers also makes use of their own anti-reflective screen technology. The Dell TrueLife technology is very similar to the anti-reflective screen technology markets as the BrightView by HP, TruBright by Toshiba and XBRITE by Sony. All laptop computer models marketed under the TrueLife brand use the said technology. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dell E198WFP(Digital) errors before installing any driver updates.