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IsMyLcdOK – LCD/LED monitor stuck pixel detector

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When buying a display, it is best to use a dedicated application to make a full quality test (such as whether it has dead pixels), so as to avoid identifying problems during later use. At this point, IsMyLcdOK can be a good and effective solution. Its file size is only less than 50 KB, runs directly without installation, also does not need other runtime environment. In other words, you can use a USB flash drive to take it with you when choosing and testing a display.

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PointerStick – Virtual pointer stick for projectors or larger LED/LCD screens

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When you make real-time operation demonstrations on computer through a projector or a large screen, you may encounter such awkward situation: Because the mouse pointer is too small, no audience can see it or at least it’s difficult to notice its precise location, even a bit hard to find where it is for yourself – you have to locate it depending on moving the mouse. In cases like this, PointerStick can completely solve your problem.
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