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Acer K222HQL 21.5" LED Monitor with HDMI

21.5" Acer K222HQL LED Monitor HDMI/DVI/VGA 1920x1080, 200cd/m² 5ms

Acer
Scan code: LN64206 Manufacturer code: UM.WW3EE.005 Request call
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3xs Approved High End
Product Overview The eco-friendly Acer K2 Series monitors are an affordable display solution for everyday PC use. They offer a hassle-free experience without compromising image quality. The intelligent design brings together a multitude of connections, superb performance, and eco-friendliness, all at a price point that'll make you smile.
Features Stunning performance
You'll enjoy tasks and entertainment more on this LED-backlit display with the fine details which comes thanks to a Full HD resolution.1 The great sights are made even better by exceptional colours via Acer Adaptive Contrast Management.

Comfortable views
The ComfyView display prevents reflections to provide greater eye comfort. It also delivers brighter colours for you viewing enjoyment.

Smart design
Set the K2 Series' display angle to optimise your view with its ergonomic stand that tilts from -5 to 25 degrees.

Environment-friendly
Safe for you and your world, K2 Series monitors are EPEAT® Gold ready, use mercury-free white LED backlighting and meet ENERGY STAR® 6.0 requirements. Acer EcoDisplay technologies use Arsenic free display glass, further protecting the environment. Acer packaging is made of recyclable materials, too.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
ACER
Telephone:
0371 760 1000
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Acer K222HQL 21.5" LED Monitor with HDMI
Acer K222HQL 21.5" LED Monitor with HDMI