Category: Monitor and video cards
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 11.5Kb
Operating System: Windows 98/ME/XP/2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 23 Mar 2007
The L685 flat screen monitor boasts of an elegant design that fills up most of its screen with a thin bezel and boasts of having high efficiency rates. Though the monitor is classified as one the latest monitors in the market, it is very expensive compared to other monitors. It has provides good and quality features such as a typical brightness of 250 cd/m2, with a typical contrast ratio of 400:1 and a uniformity in images because of its 16.7 million colors in display color and a pixel pitch of 0.2805 mm x 0.2805 mm .The monitor has wide viewing angles of Horizontal: 170¬¨‚àû, Vertical: 170¬¨‚àû and a tilt of 40¬¨‚àû Up, 1¬¨‚àû Down, 35¬¨‚àû Right, 35¬¨‚àû Left. This makes the use of this monitor be very accommodating and comfortable. It is quite manageable over the network system. The L685 flat screen monitor has good picture adjustments.
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The L685 flat screen monitor from EIZO has a Color LCD Panel TFT, which is 18.1 inch-46 cm with an active display size of 359 mm (H) x 287 mm (V) / 14.1' (H) x 11.3' (V).It has easy DVI-I connection, which is able to accept both analog and digital signals with each having its own cable. To adjust the monitor screen there is an available utility and a floppy disk, which has drivers. The L685 flat screen monitor has embossed buttons at the front of the panel with a left/right /down/up arrangement. The monitor boasts of its ability to rotate into a portrait mode even though there is no software available to support the feature. Its auto-sync button is able to correctly adjust image position and size for analog signal. The monitor costs about $1,890 in the streets which many consider to be on the higher side. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and L685 errors before installing any driver updates.