Philips 200XW 20 inch WSXGA LCD Monitor Reviewhardnrg - September 30, 2007
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Time to stop horsing around with the rotation and get down to the configuration!
The monitor comes with a CD. Pop this in your computer and up comes the e-Manual in a web-browser.
Go to select the model, but which one could it be? Oh there's only one option, pretty easy then.
Now we're getting somewhere; options to read the manual, or install software utilities to help configure the display.
Though the monitor is actually already physically set up, it's a good idea to at least have a browse of the manual, if not read it in its entirety. The manual is split up into horizontally tabbed sections.
Some parts are the usual boring warnings like "don't drop it on your foot because it might hurt, and also the screen might break," but other parts are interesting and informative, and tell you a bit more about the monitor, its features and controls.