UXGA, 1600x1200 resolution for sharper display
For graphics monitors, the screen resolution signifies the number of dots (pixels) on the entire screen. For example, a 1600-by-1200 pixel screen is capable of displaying 1600 distinct dots on each of 1200 lines, or about 2 million pixels. This ensures a better display performance and accurate color display effect.
Auto adjustment for perfect picture display with one touch
The auto adjustment key restores optimal screen position, phase and clock settings with the press of a single button - without navigation through OSD menus and control keys.
Display more images and content without scrolling
Viewing area is the visible portion of a monitor screen available for displaying data.
Tilt and swivel adjustment for an ideal viewing angle
Screen tilt and swivel is a mechanism built into the base permits the monitor to swivel and tilt backward or forward.
Display from multiple video sources:YPbPr, S-Video, and CVBS
Plugs to accomodate signal input from a variety of sources
2-way PIP displays in both PC-in-Video and Video-in-PC modes
A PIP feature built into the video module that makes it possible to work on the PC and simultaneously view a live vidoe widow, or view a video while monitoring PC input.
Built-in speakers for audio without desktop clutter
Audio speakers built into a display device.
Easy plug-and-play DVI for a true digital experience
A DVI cable is shipped with the product to provide high quality digital display.
Cable management for a tidy work space
Cable management is a system that maintains tidy workspace by organizing cables and wires required for the operation of a display device.
Power consumption below the industry average
Reduction of the electrical power required to operate a device.
Kensington anti-theft lock-ready for added security
Small apertures built into the display's frame for use with a locking device that secures a display to a fixed object for added protection against theft.