Manufacturer: Hansol Electronics
Download File Size: 0.02 MB
Operating System: 98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Latest Version: 0.03.52
Hansol 910A is one of the older models from the 19' line of monitors, has a DPI of 0.26mm and a maximum resolution of 1280*1024 @ 75Hz. As with other monitors from Hansol the 910 is exceptionally easy to use and custom it to your exact specifications with its straight forward on screen menu thus making it user friendly. The 910 has proven to work flawlessly much beyond the first three years covered by the warranty. Unlike other model Hansol is easy to repair and maintain. The monitor comes with a flatter squarer tube as opposed to curved shadow masked monitors. FST technology gives better focus reduction in the negative effects of reflection and less image distortion. It is relatively compact and sports a 0.26mm dot pitch. The OSD controls are located to the front and are really easy to use.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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In the display section the 910 has problems with the dark screen test as you can see images Cleary in the background interface. In the color test the 910 performs excellently. In the geometry and distortion section the monitor will not display any obvious signs of problems. In the sharpness and resolution section the 910 has problems with moir√© but can easily be reconfigured. The Hansol has been built with the average user in mind and will compete with other monitors in the market. It has equal specifications with the best 17‚Äù monitors in the market. The Hansol takes strong claim for value of money. With the installation of the Hansol drivers the images become crystal clear and it is easier to change controls such as gamma from your computer. There is a non irritating smell that comes from the monitor and does not go away. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Hansol 910A errors before installing any driver updates.