Acer 21.5" Full HD LED Monitor with HDMI S220HQLBbid
Whether you're playing a game or working on a presentation, the Acer S220 Monitor offers a Full HD 1080p resolution so that every image is packed full of detail. With a fast response time for immersive graphics, the bright and beautiful display is perfect for making the most out of every image.
Optimise every image the way you want with Acer's eColour Management, which lets you tailor characteristics like brightness, saturation and contrast to get the best out of your content.
The Acer S220 is made using white LEDs that are mercury-free and safer for the environment. White LEDs consume less power and result in up to 68% of power savings.
Featuring a super-slim profile that won't take up too much space on your desk or table top, the S220 looks great in any space.
Easy to connect to your PC or console, the Acer S220 Monitor has a HDMI port, as well as VGA and DVI connections, so that you can get everything set up easily. Features • 21.5" LED backlit panel.
• 1080p Full HD screen with high quality visuals.
• Energy efficient with white LEDs.
• HDMI, DVI and VGA connections available.
• 5ms response time.
• 200cd/m² brightness with 100M:1 contrast ratio.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||100 / 70 (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/DCR||600:1 / 100M:1|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||20.7 W|
|Dimensions (with stand)||391 x 510 x 167 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||391 x 510 x 167 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)||2.04 kg|
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