Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Caution Level: intermediate
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Operating System: Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: Version 3.6.8 / 11 Dec 2008
The PTFBHF-19W is Princeton's newest 19 inch widescreen Liquid Crystal Display monitor. It provides 1440 x 990 WXGA+ resolutions, 300 cd/m2 brightness, a 160-degree viewing angle and a 5ms response time. This monitor measures 448.2 mm x 196 mm x 377.5 mm and weighs 9.9-pounds. This is an affordable monitor because users can purchase it for around 295 US dollars. LCD monitors such as the PTFBHF-19W monitor consumes less electricity and produces less heat which signifies less load on air conditioning. This type of monitor also takes up less space because they are small and thin. Another good feature this LCD monitors is that it is highly adjustable and can be rotated 90 degrees, allowing the users to view their favorite websites in portrait model. It is also flicker free, meaning less eye strain because it does not have lines that need to be scanned.
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The PTFBHF-19W monitor's general widescreen has 16:9 aspect ratios close to 16:10 so DVDs or movies appear to be more realistic. Furthermore, it makes use of a wide area with the capability to open numerous applications at once so the user can work more resourcefully and efficiently. This specific monitor displays the response speed of 5ms so the users can enjoy video streamings. Another great feature of the PTFBHF-19W monitor is that it can display high quality videos because it supports the DVI-D digital input. With a DVI-D24 pin terminal, the PC can be entered straight from a digital signal. This feature is coupled with very low signal degradation so the user can also control the color changes. In addition to that, its analog input is equipped with a D-SUB mini 15 pin and a built-in speaker with an audio input and speed of 1.5W x 2 located on the front of the monitor. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Princeton PTFBHF-19W errors before installing any driver updates.