|Processor||Pentium M 715 - 1.5 GHz1 MB L2 Cache|
|Motherboard||Intel 855 ChipsetBIOS V1.20 04/28/2004|
|Memory||512 MB DDR/PC2700S, CL2.0(Elpida)|
|Controller||Intel 82801DBM UltraATAIntel 82801 On-Board USB2|
|Primary Graphics Unit||Intel 82852 GM/E Shared|
|OS||Windows XP Home 5.1.2600Service Pack 1|
|Drivers & Settings|
|Graphics Driver||220.127.116.1122 (Intel)|
|IDE Driver||IDE 5.1.2600.1106 (Microsoft)USB 5.1.2600.1243 (Microsoft)|
|Resolution||1024x768, 16/32 Bit, 85 Hz|
The adapter produces a crisp and flicker-free image, and its color quality is comparable to that of the primary output for both 16 bit and 32 bit color depths. This is in line with what we expected, since the maximum resolution is only 1024x768.
Display Speed In Windows
As soon as there is a lot of movement on the screen, however, the differences between the primary display and the USB-attached one become easy to identify. Depending on the intensity of the movement, pronounced discrepancies in the speed with which the screen refreshes can be perceived. This effect can be exacerbated by attaching additional USB devices.