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Look, the second port is through an adapter cable from C to DP.

This is of course in addition to the exit of the - .

 

Regarding the mobile as a whole - first, a fairly high-quality screen, suitable even for creating content, that is And video.

Even in games, it is clear that there are better ones, but it does not kill reeds at all, so according to the review, at least.

Overall it looks like you made a pretty good deal.

 

Regarding my time - Should be Of 80 amps an hour, I believe this is what is sold in the country.

Temporary Measured in three main forms - web browsing and a bit And such.

Play video.

Full charge - where of course the battery time is short.

You can also lower the screen brightness, the factor that most influences light tasks over time .

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Regarding the mobile as a whole - first, a fairly high-quality screen, suitable even for creating content, that is עיבוד תמונה And video.

Even in games, it is clear that there are better ones, but it does not kill reeds at all, so according to the review, at least.

 

Excellent. The laptop I wanted to purchase was with a Reisen 5700u but the screen was with a 45% Gamut. I have no idea what it is, but note that it is not recommended. Although there was no small gap, I decided not to take a risk and buy a better quality screen

 

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Regarding my time battery - Should be battery Of 80 amps an hour, I believe this is what is sold in the country.

 

Indeed 80 so I'm a little surprised by the battery

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The screen was with 45% Gamut. I have no idea what it is

 

To quote the trackers, it's "In what color do you want the silver stripe?",

That is, it measures how much the screen is capable of presenting faithful to the ideal of

Optimal color display in terms of covering every color fan that the human eye

Can see.

Simply put, on a screen with a 45 percent gamut the image will be less good

And more accurate than that with 72 percent (in the NTSC index, which is equivalent to 100 percent SRGB).

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I will update for the benefit of people like me who have no great idea about computers:

 

I do not know how substantial the difference is between 72 and 45. Regarding the difference between 72 and a regular computer:

I tried to watch an episode of a show I saw - the 70% brightness area looks very bad.

Even at 100% brightness it is much less pleasant to watch than on a regular computer screen. It feels like the colors are not sharp.

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No, no, you're a little confused.

I'm not talking about brightness, but about color accuracy!

 

Can be a super bright screen but with poor and inaccurate color production / display.

Of course there is also the matter of clarity, but this is a different opera.

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I'm not talking about brightness, but about color accuracy!

 

me too. I noted that the colors are not sharp even at maximum brightness

There was one redheaded example and her hair felt a little faded.

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me too. I noted that the colors are not sharp even at maximum brightness

There was one redheaded example and her hair felt a little faded.

 

Ahhh

OK.

So I got confused ...

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That's why I wrote "it (Or similar) ", Because I have no idea what connection there is / will be to his screen.

I mean, this is just the swatch, maybe he will find a video card at half price / hand 2.

 

Okay, so in this regard, since I do not have the time and patience to install the card myself, I turned to a technician. The technician wanted to know which screen I wanted to match the card to, to know which card to install. I need a second screen to project stock charts on. It should be a large screen to hold a lot of graphs. I do not need some amazing quality because I will not watch it in the movies and do not need it for normal use (for that I have the - My current)
What would you recommend?

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And anyway, I still did not understand which video card I can match him?

 

Connectivity of this monitor

Regarding connectivity, This monitor has an 1.4 port and a VGA connector.

 

You may not need a video card at all, as it has an HDMI connection that is present in every video card, as well as a VGA connection,

Which is quite rare nowadays in video cards, but is on new motherboards, so to speak.

In short, suppose you bought the screen of , What hardware do you have, and sorry but I do not have the strength to look in the discussion ....

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