Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Packard Bell
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 854.67Kb
Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, NT SP2, 2000 SP2, 98, 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.1 / 14 Sep 2004
Monitor A927 Packard Bell has been designed with a maximum resolution of about 1600 x 1200 pixels. The device is capable of adjusting to both horizontal and vertical frequencies which include VGA, SVGA, 8514/A as well as other graphics adapters that are compatible with the device. This plug and play device supports DDC1/2 which acts as a communication link between the computer and the monitor. What is more, DDC1/2B reduces the possibility of one creating incorrect display settings since the feature makes sure that the correct display is on the monitor at all times. Monitor A927 Packard Bell has a power saving feature that ensures a low consumption of power especially when the computer is left idle for some time. The monitor consumes only about 10 Watts of power compared to the 120 Watts it consumes when on active mode.
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Monitor A927 Packard Bell has a tilt and swivel base which allows one to adjust the monitor to a preferred position. The swivel can move left, right or centre at about 45 degrees whereas the tilt can move -5 forward and +15 backward angles. The power source is AC 90-264 V, 50/60 Hz and it has been fitted with an internal audio power, amplifier 2 x 5W. The screen has been designed with anti-glare, 90 degrees deflection, 0.26mm dot pitch as well as non glare which reduce negative effects that the monitor can cause to the eyes. Its input signals include video together with R.G.B analogue as well as 15 pin D-Sub whereas the display colors include analogue input as well as unlimited colors. It operates at a temperature estimated at about 50 degrees to 40 degrees and non condensing humidity of about 20% to 80%. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Monitor A927 Packard Bell errors before installing any driver updates.