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Thursday, 08 July 2010 10:31

Acer intros 27-inch LED display

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Slim and sleek
Acer has introduced a new 27-inch Slim Line LED display and like its 24-inch predecessor, it is a looker.

The Full HD S273 features 12,000,000:1 contrast ratio, at least according to Acer’s PR specialists and it’s just 21mm thick. The response time is 2ms and thanks to LED technology it consumes just 17.1W of energy, which is about the same as an average fluorescent light bulb.

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We like the sleek design, as it just looks different than most displays on the market today. There’s no piano black plastic or curved surfaces, but it will be rather hard to pair it up with a similarly designed desktop.

Prices start at about €440 in the UK market and this sounds like quite a lot compared to the 24-inch model, which sells for around €250. However, bear in mind that there are next to no 27-inch LED screens on the market today. On a personal note, I’ve tried out the 24-inch version and it’s pretty good, aside from the pathetic integrated speakers.

You can check out the listings here.

Acer intros 27-inch LED display

Slim and sleek

Acer has introduced a new 27-inch Slim Line LED display and like its 24-inch predecessor, it is a looker.

The Full HD S273 features 12,000,000:1 contrast ratio, at least according to Acer’s PR specialists and it’s just 21mm thick. The response time is 2ms and thanks to LED technology it consumes just 17.1W of energy, which is about the same as an average fluorescent light bulb.

We like the sleek design, as it just looks different than most displays on the market today. There’s no piano black plastic or curved surfaces, but it will be rather hard to pair it up with a similarly designed desktop.

Prices start at about €440 in the UK market and this sounds like quite a lot compared to the 24-inch model, which sells for around €250. On a personal note, I’ve tried out the 24-inch version and it’s pretty good, aside from the pathetic integrated speakers.

You can check out the listings here.

 

http://buy.fudzilla.com/a545438.html

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0 #1 007vsMagua 2010-07-08 14:09
This is not a full LED display. The backlighting is LED.
 
 
+5 #2 jk1993 2010-07-08 14:55
@007vsMagua

That's what current LED displays are: LCD panels with LED backlights instead of CCFLs. Unless you're referring to OLEDs which is a completely different technology.
 
 
+1 #3 yourma2000 2010-07-08 19:56
yeah, a 27" OLED screen would probably set you back around about £8000 :P

anyway back on topic, if Acer put out a 24" full HD LED screen then I may be tempted to buy and make it my primary monitor (depending on price) currently using an Acer P223W, it's OK for gaming but things could always look that much crisper, especially in full HD
 
 
+5 #4 hasselhoof 2010-07-09 00:33
its a TN panel, ick. :-x
 
 
+2 #5 Fud_u 2010-07-09 03:49
I've heard alot of complaint from light bleeding. The Acer B273Hbmidhz is a better alternative if you want more accurate color and pixel.
 

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