ImageAccel 2 - IBM P70 Color Display

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Cornerstone Imaging, Inc.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 56Kb
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 98, Windows Home Server, Windows Me, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Latest Version: 8.16.06

Windows device driver information for ImageAccel 2 - IBM P70 Color Display

The ImageAccel 2 - IBM P70 Color Display is a computer monitor that is created and manufactured by IBM. It makes use of the cathode ray tube technology. The basic features of the CRT monitor include shadow-mask, aperture-grill, slot mask and dot pitch. A shadow mask is a thin metal screen filled with very tiny holes. Three electron beams pass over the holes to focus on a single point on a CRT displays' phosphor surface. The shadow mask helps to operate the electron beams so that the beams hit the proper phosphor at just the correct intensity to produce the desired colors and image on the display. The unwanted beams are stopped or hindered. Monitors are based on the Trinitron technology, which was introduced by Sony. It makes use of an aperture-grill instead of a shadow-mask kind of tube. The aperture grill is composed of small vertical cords. Electron beams pass through the aperture grill to enlighten the phosphor on the faceplate.

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The ImageAccel 2 - IBM P70 Color Display is a CRT computer monitor. A less common type of CRT monitor makes use of a slot-mask tube. The tube utilizes a combination of the shadow-mask and aperture-grill technologies. Rather than the round holes found in shadow-mask CRT displays, a slot-mask display makes use of vertically aligned slots. The design produces more brightness through increased electron transmissions merged with the arrangement of the phosphor dots. Its dot pitch is an indicator of the sharpness of the projected picture or image. It is calculated or measured in millimeters and a smaller number signifies a sharper image or picture. The tinier and closer the dots are to each other, the more realistic and comprehensive the image appears. When the dots are farther apart, they become obvious and make the image or the picture appear grainier. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ImageAccel 2 - IBM P70 Color Display errors before installing any driver updates.