About Compaq P1210
Compaq Computer Corporation is one of the big names in the market as a manufacturer of computers and computer peripherals. Compaq has been a prominent contributor to this market since the 1980s. In 1993, Compaq launched a series of desktop and notebook computers by the name Presario. The name sold so well that they also named some of their monitors as Presario. The p1210 monitor belongs to the Presario genre. The Compaq p1210 is a color auto-scanning monitor type with digital control. It has a Diamondtron NF aperture grill CRT tube measuring 22-inches long. The viewable image area has a diagonal measure of 20 inches. The monitor has an aperture grill pitch of 0.24mm and 18 user-programmable modes. It has a horizontal frequency of 30 to 121 kHz and a vertical frequency of 60 to 160 Hz. It has a pixel clock speed of 340 MHz. The monitor has an anti-glare, anti-reflective, and antistatic screen coating. Onscreen controls include color temperature, convergence, corner purity adjustments, degauss, factory reset, individual color control, moir'© cancellation, parallelogram, pincushion, pincushion balance, sizing and positioning, tilt, trapezoid, and zoom. The various interface languages that the monitor is available in include English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. The p1210 needs a power supply of 90 to 260 VAC, and supports power factor correction. It has a maximum power rating of 155 watts. The monitor's certifications include the CE mark, Energy Star-compliant, FCC approval, GS Mark, ISO9241-3, -7 and -8 VDT Guidelines, MPR II, TCO'00 and UL Listing.