Acer 22" Full HD 100Hz FreeSync VA BlueLightShield™ Monitor
21.5" Acer KA220QHbi Monitor, VA, 1920x1080, 1ms, 100Hz, FreeSync, HDMI/VGA
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Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
22" ACER KA220QHbi FHD 100Hz FreeSync Monitor
Optimised for comfort The Acer KA220QHbi monitor is a full HD monitor that offers a clear and sharp picture quality with a FHD resolution of 1920 x 1080 It features a VA panel that has a fast response time of 1ms and a speedy 100Hz rate combined with wide viewing angles of 178°. It also supports HDMI and VGA giving you multiple connectivity options. The monitor boasts a simple and elegant design with bezel-free screen. It also has eye care technologies, such as flicker-free, low dimming, and blue light filter, to reduce eyestrain and fatigue. The 21.5" Acer KA220QHbi monitor is an affordable and reliable monitor for everyday use, whether for work, entertainment, or gaming.
Embrace Incredible Visuals
22-inch FHD VA1920 X 1080
Stunning FHD VA DisplayEmbrace impeccable visuals with a stunning FHD display; FHD stands for Full High Definition and refers to a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. This means that the monitor has more than two million pixels that can show vivid colours and details. Combine this with a speedy 1ms response and 100Hz refresh rate and you can work or play with buttery smooth visuals and say goodbye to blurring, tearing and another annoying distractions.
An Incredible Feature-Set
No Screen TearingSay goodbye to stuttering and tearing with AMD® Radeon™ FreeSync. Video editing and presentation is quicker, easier and smoother as the monitor’s refresh rate is synched to your computer’s framerate.
More Play, Less BlurWith a maximum refresh rate of 100Hz and the monitor’s response time pushed to 1ms VRB1, you get less noticeable blur during fast-paced action – making images as sharp as possible.
ZeroFrame DesignWith a KA0 monitor, you’ll want to see as much of the display as possible. Get more monitor real estate with the near bezel-less design, allowing you to see more and do more. The ZeroFrame design lets you place multiple monitors next to each other for a seamless, almost uninterrupted view.
Protect Your VisionProtect your eyes from unnecessary strain by utilising Acer BlueLightShield™ and Flickerless™ technologies. View your monitor for longer with reduced glare and eye fatigue thanks to Acer ComfyView™ and Low Dimming™.
The Best AnglesGet the best viewing angle by easily adjusting the angle of the KA0 by tilting it between -5° ~ 15°.
|Acer KA220Q H
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology
|1920x1080 (Full HD)
|Max. Refresh Rate
|Contrast Ratio/Dynamic Contrast Ratio
|Color Bit Depth
|Supported HDR Standards
|Power Usage (Switched on)
|100 x 100
|Dimensions (with stand)
|510 x 410 x 170 (WxHxD)
|Dimensions (without stand)
|Weight (with Stand)
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