Acer 23.8" G247HYU 2K Zeroframe QHD IPS Monitor/Display
All round visual experience
The level of detail available from today's multimedia applications, multiplayer games and streaming video takes the digital experience to new levels.
The Acer G7 series monitors are the perfect interface for users who demand the best performance from their digital set up. With its clean and simple zero-frame design, all the attention is on premium video performance. With Full HD 1080p resolution, super wide IPS* viewing angle and the latest Acer image technologies, the Acer G7 series is perfect for advanced HD productivity and multimedia applications.
Superior picture detail
The 1920 x 1080 resolution and LED backlit technology of the slimline Acer G7 series monitors guarantee excellent picture detail, making them perfect for advanced HD productivity, streaming high-definition video and playing your favourite multimedia applications.
Slim & elegant
Slim and elegant design
The super slim high-tech profile of the Acer G7 series monitors underlines this monitor's focus on visual performance. Available in black and white gloss finishes the Acer G7 series monitors blend comfortably into the most style-conscious environments.
With its zero frame design, the Acer G7 series monitors are perfect for building video walls of two or more monitors placed side-by-side for seamless enjoyment of large-scale images.
The wider the better
With a native screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 and a contrast ratio of up to 100 million:1, the Acer G7 series monitors deliver outstanding image clarity with even the most demanding HD multimedia applications. In addition, by using IPS technology*, the Acer G7 series monitors offer an extraordinarily wide 178° viewing angle, with premium colour performance from any position.
The more time you spend in front of a monitor, the more you depend on it to provide a comfortable viewing experience.
The Acer G7 series monitors use Acer eColor Management, Acer Contrast Management, Acer Comfy-view, Blue Light Filter and Acer Flicker-less technologies to ensure brightness and contrast is uniform across the entire screen area and that detail and gradation levels of every frame are always perfect.
Easy to connect
Style, performance and connectivity
Futurist style, advanced video performance, and clean and simple functionality are paired with super-flexible connectivity options, including HDMI*, DVI (with HDCP)* and VGA inputs for Full HD AV enjoyment. Features • Slim and elegant: The futuristic style of the G7 series incorporates a slim Zero Frame design that saves space on your desk and lets you place multiple G7 monitors side by side to build a seamless big-screen display.
• Expansive views: Images on the G7 series come to life thanks to IPS technology, which helps to deliver crisper whites and stronger colours, even when viewed from wide angles.
• Eye protection: A range of Acer technologies built into the G7 series help to reduce eye strain, letting you work for longer.
• 24" WQHD In-Plane Switching display with wide viewing angle technology
• Zero Frame design
• Reproducing natural colors until excellent 100 million:1 contrast ratio
• Acer EyeProtect technologies help reduce strain on eyes for heavy users
• Acer ComfyView display
• 60.5 cm (23.8") WQHD (2560 x 1440)
• DisplayPort HDMI DVI
• 4 ms
• 300 cd/m²
• Acer Monitor.
• Power Cable.
• Connection Cable.
• User Documentation.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Response Time||4 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178°/178° (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Speaker Configuration||1.5W x2|
|Power Usage (Switched on)|
|Monitor Colour||Black/ Silver|
|Dimensions (with stand)|
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|Weight (with Stand)|
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