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Category: Monitors and Video Cards
Manufacturer: Phillips Electronics
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1000 KB
Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/NT/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.00.1.2 / 20 Nov 2006
Philips 105E (105E1) is a Phillips Electronic company product that is compatible with Windows 98/ME/2000/NT and XP platform. Philips 105E (105E1) is described as a 15 inch color monitor with a deflection angle of 90 degrees. It is considered to have an excellent screen performance making it ideal for use on PC's and MACs. Philips 105E (105E1) comes with a flat screen that in square in shape. However, the resolution is high standing at 0.28 mm dot pitch. One major advantage that the Philips 105E (105E1) monitor has over other monitors is that it requires very minimal space. The advantage of this is that it makes the device convenient for use in offices with limited spaces. Philips 105E (105E1) comes with a shadow mask. It also comes with anti static and anti glare features and front controls that are used for purposes of picture adjustments.
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Installing the Philips 105E (105E1) is relatively easy even for first time users. The spot indicated power in is where users are required to attach their power cable. However, the Philips 105E (105E1) also has the video in. The monitor comes with the video in as an already attached. The user is required to then connect one end of the cable to their computer. To power the Philips 105E (105E1) a user should press on the power knob. Once a green LED light appears, the monitor is powered. To switch the monitor off, the power button is gain pressed. However, this time the green LED light disappears. Users are advised to only install the recent device drivers on the computers. Old drivers are known to cause device conflicts and errors. Recent drivers are best downloaded from the manufacturer's website where they are available as freeware. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Philips 105E (105E1) errors before installing any driver updates.