Laptop video specifications impact performance.
Laptop graphics impact the viewing experience involving video, pictures and gaming. Most laptops have integrated graphics built directly onto the motherboard. High performance models have a separate video card but this adds a significant amount of thickness to the device. The Compaq Presario 2200 laptop model has integrated support for Direct3D and a maximum resolution of 1024×768 with 64 bit support.
The Intel 82582 GM/GME powers the display for the Presario 2200. It is included in the family of Intel 852GM chipsets. The specifications, along with the Extreme Graphics Driver, create the experience for both 2D and 3D video. The supported processors include the mobile Intel Celeron, processor-M and the Pentium 4.
The system bus operates at a 400MHz frequency while the graphics core operates at 133MHz. Digital video output has an included interface for quick and easy access. Internal memory is shared with the memory used by the operating system. This is often considered an undesirable configuration because it lessens the speed available for the rest of the computer processes. A dedicated graphics card is preferred, but costs more money and adds bulk to the laptop, considerably increasing both size and weight.
Colors are more vibrant with the enhanced Rapid Pixel and Texel Rendering (RPTR). Support for dual images or two different monitors that pan images and text across both of them. The memory usage is optimized with the Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT).