- 10. What is IPS display? Open
AMA is short for Advanced Motion Accelerator. It' new technology to give greater voltage to liquid crystal, BenQ improve the gray to gray response time and image became clearer and more vivid.
ECO sensor detects users' presence in front of the monitor within the set range. If the sensor detects no presence, the monitor is turned off in 40 seconds to save power. If the monitor is turned off by the ECO sensor, the power button flashes in green. If the ECO sensor detect no presence for over 2 hours, the monitor will be powered off. Press the power button to turn on the monitor.
Yes, M2400HD can display picture via DVI or HDMI as connected to CANOPUS HD STORM capture card.
Sun lotion or other oily substances may discolor the camera body. If this happens, please clean the camera body immediately with damp cloth.
You may position the screen to the desired angle with -5° to +20° monitor tilt, 90° (left and right total) monitor swivel, and 130 mm monitor height.
8~10 frames per second.
How to fully utilize the energy of the battery.
DisplayPort is a digital display interface standard produced by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). The specification defines a royalty-free digital interconnect for audio and video. The interface is primarily used to connect a video source to a display device such as a computer monitor or television set. The first version 1.0 was approved by VESA on May 3, 2006. Two updated revisions have since been approved starting with 1.1a on April 2, 2007 followed by the current standard 1.2 on December 22, 2009. DisplayPort is designed to replace Digital Visual Interface (DVI) and Video Graphics Array (VGA), as well as replace internal digital LVDS links in computer monitor panels and TV panels. DisplayPort can also provide the same functionality as HDMI but is not expected to displace HDMI in high-definition consumer electronics devices. Most of the DisplayPort supporters are computer companies including Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Fujitsu, Toshiba and Acer, some of which have released several computer monitors that support DisplayPort and some also with HDMI. In December 2010 it was announced that several computer vendors and display makers including Intel, AMD, Dell, Lenovo, Samsung and LG would stop using LVDS from 2013 and legacy DVI and VGA connectors from 2015, replacing them with DisplayPort and HDMI. Likewise, HP expects that DisplayPort will completely displace VGA and DVI by 2013. However, many are still using those connectors, so it doesn't seem to have much effect right now. Most laptops still have HDMI and legacy VGA ports, but not DisplayPort or DVI. In 2010, BenQ launched BL2201PT, BL2201PU, BL2400PT & BL2400PU that support DP 1.1a.
P stands for “preset mode” and is the preferred setting. NP is ""Non Preset"" mode that the monitor supports and image can be displayed. FS: Fail Save Mode. The image can still be displayed but may not be able to displayed correctly because it’s out of range. ""Out of Range"" will be shown. O: Out of Range. The monitor does not support, and no picture would be shown. Therefore, the resolution with P is the preferred setting.
IPS stands for In-plane switching. In-plane switching was developed by Hitachi Ltd. in 1996 to improve on the poor viewing angle and the poor color reproduction of TN panels at that time. Its name comes from the main difference from TN panels, that the crystal molecules move parallel to the panel plane instead of perpendicular to it. This change reduces the amount of light scattering in the matrix, which gives IPS its characteristic wide viewing angles and good color reproduction. Initial iterations of IPS technology were plagued with slow response time and a low contrast ratio but later evolutions have made marked improvements to these shortcomings. Because of its wide viewing angle and accurate color reproduction (with almost no off-angle color shift), IPS is widely employed in high-end monitors aimed at professional graphic artists, although with the recent fall in price it has been seen in the mainstream market as well.
Only Standard/sRGB/Eco modes can’t obtain Black Equalizer; all the other modes can obtain this function.
Yes, BL3200PT can support 3840 x 2160 resolution with 60Hz by DP and mini DP port.
BL3200PT HDMI is 1.4 version
This problem is coming from AMD new driver. Currently, AMD will release a new driver to fix this, but schedule is TBD, Suggestion the user to roll back to v14.3 driver which should work.
If monitor OSD input resolution information is not same as notebook setting, that mean the monitor no get the correct input signal from note book, so the monitor will doing the auto scaling by itself to simulate and come out the full screen resolution, then let user can see a little bit stretched at wording condition. Suggestion user manual to setting the
BL3200PT supports CVT-RB timings 1280x768, 1440x900 and 1920x1200. For BL3200PT, CVT-RB is safe to use at native resolution too.
GROM technology means that we can support the most variety combination of resolution and refresh rate. Especially in most gaming resolution & timings, ex: 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768…by 100Hz, 120Hz, 144Hz.
The purpose of hook is for user leave their headset on the headphone hook if needed.
Yes, the headphone jacks work only when the audio source is HDMI or Display Port.
The DVI-I cable can’t plug-in DVI-D socket; they won’t fit. Therefore, DVI-I cable can’t be used on XL2720Z