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Old 10-19-2004, 11:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Hardware Quiz #43: Multisync Monitors

A history question: Who was the first company to introduce to the market monitors that used multiple refresh rates and resolutions?

Answer: a. NEC

The introduction of NEC MultiSync technology started a trend towards multi-scanning monitors. This technology allows a monitor to understand any frequency sent to it within a certain bandwidth. The benefit of a multi-scanning monitor is that you can change resolutions and refresh rates without having to purchase and install a new graphics adapter or monitor each time. Because of the obvious advantage of this approach, nearly every monitor you buy today is a multi-scanning monitor.

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