Hyundai IT N220W D-SUB

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Hyundai Electronics Industries Co.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 7.12 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 2/22/07

Windows device driver information for Hyundai IT N220W D-SUB

D-sub is actually short for D-subminiature which represents a type of electronic connection for computer devices. Although initially considered as a minority it now represents one of the most common connections in the computer industry. This particular connection supported by the display monitor makes use of at least two parallel rows of sockets surrounded by a D-shaped metal casing (hence the D in its name) to support its connection. The casing also provides the supported hardware component a certain degree of shielding from electromagnetic interference. The shape also makes sure that it can only be connected in one orientation making it simpler to attach to the host computer system. This connector of the Hyundai IT N220W is normally attached to the corresponding video port on the graphics processing card or that located on the motherboard for built-in video adapters. The most popular variant of this connector is presently the D-sub 15-pin for computer monitors.

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The Hyundai IT N220W is a 22-inch flat panel display monitor that makes use of the Thin Film Transistor component to achieve resolutions as high as 1680 by 1050 pixels. Essentially for computer monitors and similar output devices the higher the pixel count the better the image quality. The resolution is actually determined by the capabilities of the display monitor and the graphics card along with the condition of the source image file. The device driver provides the computer user via a software interface with a way of configuring the appropriate resolution settings for the display monitor. The dot pitch configuration for this particular display monitor is measured at 0.28 mm. This particular attribute determines how far dots can be displayed on the monitor. Generally for computer systems a display is composed of literally millions of adjacent dots that form the final image. The closer the dots, the better the image representation. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Hyundai IT N220W D-SUB errors before installing any driver updates.