Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 1953 KB
Operating System: Windows 2000//NT/2003/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / 17 Apr 2002
The HP D5269A Pavilion M40 is a 14 inch monitor. The device which is manufactured by HP is compatible with Windows 2000, NT, 2003 and XP platforms. The monitor which comes with Multi Media Display is described as a multi scan high resolution computer color monitor. The monitor was designed primarily for use with the HP Pavilion computers. However, it can also be used with other computers. The display comes with an in built micro phone in addition to a mount for the provided speakers. As a way of reducing ambient light reflection, the monitor has picture that is non glare. The monitor comes with power management features that are automatic and is fully compliant with the standards of the EPA Energy Star. In order to reduce user eye strain and screen flicker, the HP D5269A Pavilion M40 Monitor supports elevated refresh rates.
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The HP D5269A Pavilion M40 Monitor allows users to adjust their display settings on screen. The monitor comes with support for both digital and analog video input. In addition, it has an in built tilt plus a swivel base. The monitor's picture tube is 14 inches in diameter with a 90 degree deflection. In addition, it is non glare and black matrix. Its maximum viewable area is 270 mm (H) by 200 mm (V) while its dot rate is 65 MHz. Users can adjust the tilt five degrees forward and 12 degrees backward. On the other hand, the swivel may be adjusted 90 degree right or left depending on user preference. The HP D5269A Pavilion M40 Monitor has a 74 W power consumption. At 11 kgs, the monitor is relatively heavy and cannot be carried from place to place as easily. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and HP D5269A Pavilion M40 Monitor errors before installing any driver updates.