Acer G246HYL 23.8" LED Monitor with IPS Panel
The Acer G6 Series displays engaging high-definition visuals and crystal-clear text on its cinematic widescreen.
The chic bezel and aviation-inspired base present a polished look that's eye-catching as a desktop PC complement or secondary notebook display.
The superior resolution, fast response time, and high contrast ratio provide extra-fine details and smooth movement for your favorite entertainment. The 16:9 aspect ratio frames movies and HDTV content perfectly.
Just press the input key on the main menu and the G series automatically searches signals across its VGA and HDMI ports. A press of the empowering key launches the Acer eColor management onscreen interface for adjusting the setup and color to create a personalized viewing experience.
Acer ultra-slim monitors are designed for users who have limited space to work with, be it at home or in a small office, public area or front-desk setting. The slim profile allows these monitors to fit nicely in areas of any size.
You'll enjoy tasks and entertainment more with fine details and smooth movement, thanks to high resolutions, fast response times and superior contrast ratios. Games are more exciting and films truly cinematic when visuals are vibrant. Plus, the widescreen aspect ratio frames movies and HDTV content perfectly.
Crystal-clear Viewing with ACM
Thanks to Acer Adaptive Contrast Management (ACM), this monitor delivers a 100 million:1 contrast ratio. ACM optimises contrast to deliver the highest level of clarity and detail by analysing every scene, adjusting images frame by frame, and enhancing detail and gradation. Advanced technology enables a dramatic improvement of gradation and detail, especially in very dim or very bright scenes, for stunning picture quality. What's more, with ACM, the LCD monitor uses less power and saves energy.
Acer eColour Management
Acer eColour Management optimises image performance for a number of commonly-used tasks, delivering an improved, more enjoyable viewing experience. This feature allows you to quickly tailor the performance characteristics (brightness, saturation, contrast, etc.) of your monitor to best suit the visual content.
Acer eColour Management lets you take control of the following:
• Colour-tracking technology
• YUV colour space conversion
• Uniform brightness
• Fine contrast
• Adaptive gamma
• Optimised sharpness
• Independent hue
• Adaptive colour
Acer eColour Management, which includes a set of convenient scenario modes, is the result of comprehensive research to reveal the most-sought-after features in high-end monitors. Psychological and technological studies were also undertaken to determine the best method of implementing those features.
• User mode--Fine-tune basic settings to best match personal viewing habits
• Text mode--Suited for onscreen viewing and editing of documents, spreadsheets, etc.
• Standard mode--Normal settings reflect the medium level of native display performance
• Graphics mode--Delivers optimum quality when displaying colourful static images such as photographs and pictures
• Movie mode--Suited for watching high-motion scenes like movies, TV and games, in low-light settings
5 ms On-off Response Time
The Acer G6 Series monitors feature a rapid response time of 5ms. Ideal for fast-moving imagery and games, this speedy response time allows you to enjoy immersive graphics and video display with minimal "ghosting" and blurring.
Intuitive features make operating this monitor simple and straightforward. A host of ports, including HDMI and DVI, let you connect other devices - like your notebook or HDTV - to expand your perspective to a bigger screen.
Safe for you and your world, Acer G6 series monitors are RoHS compliant, use mercury-free white LED backlighting and meet ENERGY STAR 5.0 requirements. Acer EcoDisplay technologies deliver up to 68% power savings, further conserving energy and costs. Acer packaging is made of recyclable materials too.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||6 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178/178 (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||31 W|
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