Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Hansol‚Ñ¢ Electronics
Caution Level: intermediate
Download File Size: 0.08 MiB
Operating System: Win 95A, Win 95B, Win 98, Win 98SE, Win ME, Win 2K, Win XP, Win Server 2K3
The Hansol H712 is an LCD monitor which was manufactured by the Hansol company. An LCD monitor or Liquid Crystal Display refers to the technology behind the flat panel monitors. An LCD monitor is obviously different from a traditional CRT monitor since the latter is very bulky and a lot heavier. LCD displays like the Hansol H712 monitor are usually used on laptops before the manufacturers of LCD monitors were able to modernize the desktop monitors. An LCD has five layers, it includes: a mask of colored pixels, a sheet of polarized glass, a second polarized sheet of glass and a layer of liquid crystal solution which is usually responsive to the wired grid of x,y coordinates. By just manipulating the orientations of any of the crystals within a range of electrical charges with varying degrees and voltages, the crystal works like tiny shutters. These tiny shutters open and close to be able to respond to any kind of stimulus. This allows different degrees of light to pass through specific colored pixels that are able to light the screen resulting in a picture.
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As the LCD technology evolved, manufacturers used different techniques in order to produce color-emerge. The Active-matrix or TFT (thin film transistor) technology behind the Hansol H712 is able to produce crisp colors and images. A monitor's contrast ratio is related to the display which should be compared between the brightest white values to the darkest black values. If the contrast ratio is higher, it means that it has higher amount of true colors with less wash out. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Hansol H712 errors before installing any driver updates.