About Ibm P260
IBM was first incorporated on June 15, 1911, at New York, as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company. In the early 1920s, the company introduced mechanized products such as the Lock Autograph Recorder, the first complete school time control, and also launched the Electronic Accounting Machine. On February 14, 1924, the company's name was formally changed to International Business Machines Corp. (IBM). IBM manufactures, sells, supports, and develops computer hardware, software, infrastructure services, hosting services, and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. IBM is the biggest IT company in the world and has the most number of patents. The IBM P260 color monitors incorporate the FD Trinitron CRT technology that gives high-quality images on the flattest possible screen. The monitor is ideally suited not only for handling office tasks such as word processing and data entry, but also high-end DVD videos and games with high-density graphics. The screen of this monitor has a very effective no-glare coating. The P260 comes with twin video inputs so that it can be connected to two systems simultaneously. The IBM P260 also has a switch on the front panel for selection of the active video input. The maximum resolution of the P260 is 1920 x 1440 pixels. The machine has a dot pitch of 0.24mm. The screen size is 21' diagonally. The IBM P260 color monitor is 19.6' wide, 19.9' tall, and only 20' in depth. The viewing area is a 19.8' standard D-sub connector and a digital DVI connector, both of which are provided. They are mounted vertically so that the monitor can be positioned close to a wall. The monitor has limited user-friendly control buttons below the display bezel.