Acer KB272HL bix 27" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Acer Vision Care VA Monitor with Flicker-less, Blue Light Filter and AMD FREESYNC Technology (HDMI & VGA Port),Black
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All Acer monitors are capable of operating at 100 volts. 240v. All you'll need is an adapter to fit the plug end of a US power cord into outlets outside of North America.
With the stand, the weight is reduced to 9 lbs.
HDMI Port Refresh Rate of 75 Hertz
Selected User Reviews For Acer KB272HL bix 27" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Acer Vision Care VA Monitor with Flicker-less, Blue Light Filter and AMD FREESYNC Technology (HDMI & VGA Port),Black
GORGEOUS MONITOR, A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH, 5 STARS, A, YOU WILL BE VERY HAPPY. I'm 50 years old, and my eyes are 50 years old. I returned four monitors to you this month. Because I couldn't read text in native 1080p, I bought two 27-inch monitors. The text was hazy and surrounded by a halo. I initially assumed it was a problem with my vision, so I tried two different 32-inch monitors. They made me feel seasick and nauseous while I was sitting at my desk. My eyes were also burning as a result of them.
This monitor, I didn't have to adjust the text scaling to 125% or 150% or even adjust the clear type settings IT WORKS AMAZINGLY! LEGIBLE IN EVERY WAY. br>br>The blacks are jet black, the whites are white, and there is no weirdo light bleeding around the edges. br>br>I AM VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY BIG MIKE IN NEW YORK; br>br>BIG MIKE IN NEW YORK; br>br>BIG MIKE IN NEW YORK; br.
I can't review this because I just got it and it came with a VGA cord; I have a desk drawer full of VGA cords because manufacturers believe computers still have them for some unknown reason. It's 2019, and this is ridiculous. Even if it had the most beautiful picture, I'm giving it two stars because of the stupid VGA. Only VGA or hdmi are available on the monitor. So it's either 1980 or semi-recent technology. Choose a poisonous plant.
To begin with, it is effective. It has a picture display. Color saturation and brightness are adequate, but overall sharpness and image quality are lacking. I wanted a display that was clear and crisp (I've had a few that were, including the HP). I anticipated that the quality would be excellent thanks to the HDMI connection and Full HD video. However, there isn't the crispness I was expecting. The text appears to be ghosted and surrounded by an aura. It also appears to be a tad hazy. Over the years, I've used a lot of monitors. For a good photo, I know how to adjust all of the parameters. I just can't seem to get the picture quality I'm looking for. br>I'm confident that most people will be satisfied with the image quality. I simply expect that whenever I make a financial investment - no matter how good the "deal" is - I'm confident that I'll get everything I want, plus a little extra. This was a very low-cost transaction - I got it for a good price because it was Prime Day. The image quality is generally good, but not outstanding.
I bought it for my home office and online schooling, so I can't comment on the quality of the gaming. All I have to say is that I work in an office or at a school. With that said, I am a big fan of this monitor for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, the size is appropriate. Because I wear reading glasses, this monitor size allows me to read comfortably without squinting. Second, because the on/off button is located on the front, turning the power on and off is extremely convenient. Third, the lighting control allows me to work in dimly lit areas without straining my eyes, which I appreciate. In general, it fulfills my requirements perfectly. I hope this has been of assistance.
I bought two of these about a month ago, and they've made a huge difference in my home office. I was worried that at this price, they would only be adequate, but I was pleasantly surprised by how clear the image is and how consistent the colors are. Granted, they don't have the clarity or "shine" of an Apple retina display, but they're still better than most 9-inch monitors I've used. I work five jobs and never experience eye strain as a result of staring at them. If you want all the bells and whistles, go for something more expensive, but this is a fantastic external monitor. Particularly given the cost.
I bought two on Prime Day, and one of them is defective, with vertical lines running through it. I'm using the same cables as the other monitor, but I don't have them, so it's the monitor. I'm very disappointed in you.
It's well-made and sturdy, and it works well with the VESA mount on a VIVO stand. Colors are vibrant, contrast is strong, lighting is even, and there are no bad pixels to be found. I'm using a Dell Docking Station with a DisplayPort to HDMI converter, and it works great. It's a great monitor for work, and it's also great for watching Plex movies and TV shows. On 1080p, this is about as big as you can get while maintaining a good, tight view. br>br>I got it for 114 during Prime Day. I wish I had purchased three, but there were no reviews anywhere on the internet. Oh, well. Even at the current price, it's still a good deal.
This monitor met all of my expectations. It appears to be unframed. I had gotten a new PC, an Acer, because Windows 7 was on its way out, and I decided to replace my 24" LG monitor with a larger 27" Acer monitor. I paid less for the new monitor than I did for the old one a few years ago, as with most things in the tech world. While a 3" improvement may not appear to be significant, it is. I wouldn't go any bigger than 27" in length. There are only two options for connecting this monitor: VGA or HDMI. If you were planning on using DVI, you're out of luck; my previous monitor was connected via DVI. Because this monitor only came with a VGA cable, I was fortunate to have an HDMI cable on hand. I am generally satisfied with this monitor after using it for a while. If you want to watch movies or TV on your computer, however, you should invest in a more expensive monitor. This isn't the monitor for you, most likely.