Acer FP581 Driver
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Acer FP581 Driver
And Acer FP581 remote control. And a pile of cables. All three contenders have by resolution and a 15 inch diagonal.
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That's a genuine 15 inches - 15 diagonal inches of actual displayed image. If you buy Acer FP581 "15 inch" CRT monitor, you'll actually get something like a 14 inch diagonal, because CRT size specifications always include some glass that you can't see because it's covered by the screen surround, and on which no picture could be properly displayed even if you could see it.
Connectors The FP's Acer FP581 panel is a bit spread out - which is no bad thing - but there's nothing else special about it. Power input, VGA input, audio input. The V's connectors are even more minimalist.
VGA and power input, and that's it. There are blank spaces for other Acer FP581, but this model of monitor doesn't have them. The MP, in contrast, Acer FP581 connectors out the wazoo. You get separate display controls for computer and analogue video, and the analogue input has sharpness adjustment too.
Acer FP581 can steer the PIP window around the display and you can also pick two sizes for it, but you can't make it a postage stamp; even the small size eats around a sixth of the total display area. Screw the tuner in place and pop the Acer FP581 back on and all you can see of it is a standard coaxial antenna socket. Now, the MP is a stand-alone television, with automatic tuning.
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And, of course, full remote control. The remote is slim and lightweight, and it's Acer FP581 more ergonomically disastrous than the average cheap TV remote. If you want to use the MP as a normal monitor the remote's pretty much pointless, but for video monitor and TV purposes it's great. Because of the MP's extra connectors, you need more cables if you want to Acer FP581 everything up.
And Samsung, pleasingly, give you all of them. The other two monitors come with power supply and VGA cable and, for the Acer, an audio cable as well, but the MP has all three flavours of video cable, a pair of audio cables, and a SCART adapter gizmo that gives you RCA composite video and Acer FP581 audio outputs from any SCART-socket-equipped hardware that supports those standards. The MP also has a headphone socket on the side. Samsung couldn't think of any more sockets they could Acer FP581 on the thing, so this is where they stopped. Every one of their display pixels is made out of three narrow little vertical subpixels one each for red, green and blueand so they can only accurately display one resolution. Which is byfor all three of these screens.
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CRT monitors, in contrast, have arrays of very small red, green and blue phosphor dots which don't map directly onto any particular screen resolution. That means they can't ever show you a truly sharp square pixel, unless you're using a very low resolution and Acer FP581 scads of phosphor dots per Acer FP581.
This isn't much of an issue, though, because you don't usually want to see razor-sharp pixels. A bit of smoothing off of the corners is actually likely to make the picture look better, as long as you can still tell pixels apart. Acer FP581 you want an LCD screen to display a resolution higher than its actual number of pixels, you'll have to put up with a fuzzy display, because less than one real LCD pixel will be assigned to each pixel in the signal. None of these monitors even try to do that; their highest supported resolution is by In the olden Acer FP581, LCDs that tried to display a resolution lower than their real number of pixels also had problems, because they either had to put a black border around the image - so it mapped nicely onto a one-to-one pixel grid, but ended up using less than the full screen - or scale the incoming signal up to cover their whole screen.
Which typically resulted in horrible scaling artefacts.