Category: Monitor and Video Cards
Manufacturer: Compaq
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: Not Stated
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/XP/NT/2003
Latest Version / Release Date: Not Stated / Not Stated

Windows device driver information for P910

P910 falls under the monitor and video cards category. P910 is compatible with Windows 98, 2000, XP, NT and 2003 platforms. P910 is a CRT monitor. The device has color auto scanning with Digital Control. P910 has a 19 inch Diamondtron NF CRT picture tube that is diagonal in shape. The monitor measures 18 inches. P910 has 14 programmable modes. Of the 14 modes, 8 are preload while 14 are preset. P910 CRT monitors are anti reflective, anti glare and also anti static. Using P910 CRT monitors is easy even for first time users because the device is plug and play. It makes use of the DDC1/128 plug and play protocol. However, P910 CRT monitors do not come with dual video inputs. The monitors comes with numerous users controls including positioning and sizing of images, pincushion balance and corner purity adjustment.

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P910 CRT monitors have an input impedance of 75 ohms. The device's maximum power rating stands at 120 W. Like most CRT monitors, P910 does not come with USB capabilities. When it comes to the signal cable, P910 CRT monitor comes with a detachable 15-in D-sub to 15 pin D-sub cable. n addition, it has a D-sub connector on monitor. P910 CRT monitors come in dimensions of 18.2 by 17.9 by 18.0 inches or 46.2 by 454 by 45.6 centimeters. Unlike LCD monitors, P910 CRT monitors have a much lower resolution. One major disadvantage associated with P910 CRT monitors has to do with the fact that they are bulky. While they are ideal for use in homes as well as offices their bulky nature make then cumbersome to move around. Compared to the more recent TFT and LCD monitors, P910 CRT monitors are cheaper and affordable to most users. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and P910 errors before installing any driver updates.