About Compaq P1220
Compaq Computer Corporation is an established name amongst manufacturers of computers, notebooks, laptops, and computer peripherals. Despite its acquisition by Hewlett-Packard, the names of the existing Compaq products have not been changed. The Compaq p1220 falls under Compaq's wide range of computer monitors. The Compaq p1220 has the ability to display very easily readable texts even in small font sizes. It also has the ability to display strong, bright and true-to-life colors when it comes to graphics. The Compaq p1220 is a 22' monitor with a viewable area of 20'. Video cards and software can be uploaded without purchasing a new monitor, thanks to the gadget's wide auto-scanning compatibility range. This monitor has a digitally-controlled auto-scanning mechanism for horizontal scan frequencies (30 to 130 kHz), and vertical scan frequencies (60 to 160K kHz) which allow it to function like a fixed frequency monitor in each frequency mode. The auto size adjust mechanism optimizes the size and distortion for non-preset timing. The monitor supports various languages such as English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Japanese. The various user control tabs on the monitor include sizing and positioning, pincushion, pincushion balance, trapezoid, tilt, color temperature, degauss, parallelogram, individual color control, zoom, moir'© cancellation, convergence, factory reset, and corner purity adjustment. The Compaq p1220 has two VGAs that make it possible to connect it to two computers at the same time. The user can switch between the computers simply with the click of a button. The monitor measures 19.7 inches x 19.7 inches x 19 inches and approximately weighs around 66 lbs. Although inclined toward the high-priced range of peripherals, the monitor is definitely worth every penny spent.