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-> Monitor description:
-> - 20" ultrahigh resolution color monitor
-> Must be compatible with:
-> - 486 or Pentium PCs
-> - Microsoft Windows-based programs (Framemaker, Ventura Publisher, -
-> Draw, Word for Windows, Excel)
-> - LanMan networks (which are memory hogs!)
-> - HP Laserjet printer drivers
-> - Screen capture programs such as Hijaak Pro
We just got (yesterday) two Nanao FlexScan F760i-W 21" color monitors.
Dragged mine out of the box and got one of the strong young men in tech
support to hoist it onto my desk. Plugged it in and started Windows. No
problem. It's just about as sharp as my 20" Sampo black and white (now
in graceful retirement) and I can now see all those pretty colors.
If this is any indication, I doubt you'll have problems with the
monitor. You may want to upgrade your video card if it limits the max
resolution or the max colors you can see -- the current one I'm using
only does 16 colors at 1280x1024 but that too is a temporary situation.
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