Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 13.65 KB MB
Operating System: Windows 2000, XP and Mac OS
Latest Version / Release Date: 1 / 23rd March 2007
L768 is a FlexScan monitor designed to be used in environments that are rather demanding. Its on-screen is well organized and is inclusive of advanced settings such as gamma control and gain control, which is only offered by few competitors. The bundled software of ScreenManager Pro permits users to select from the five modes of Fine Contrast which optimizes settings required for a variety of tasks including still images, text, movies and color matching. Using the available on-screen menu is quite simple, but the bezel control buttons consist of confusing labels. The physical adjustments of FlexScan L768 monitor are employed in full range and include swivel, pivot, tilt and height as well as other practical design aspects. A rather thin 0.5 bezel is less distracting with set-ups of a dual-monitor. The 2.0 USB port is also useful and the monitors documentation is accessible and thorough.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The pedestals stand of FlexScan L768 LCD 19‚Äö√Ñ√π monitor is spring mounted to enable the easy rising and falling of the display panel despite its position. There are some thin fittings of semi-circular guards on the pedestal guide-video while on the back, there are power cables to keep them aside. The cable from the mains is directly plugged into the panels back in a similar manner to digital and analogue video cables. The third existing socket is reserved for the USB and its provision is used for controlling the monitor settings via the Windows desktop software. This is a major plus because the physical row of control buttons located on the monitor is not easy to use. The embossed legends on the control buttons are not in color and the black symbols imprinted on the plastic buttons are hard to decipher. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and L768 errors before installing any driver updates.