Acer 27" ED273 FreeSync Curved ZeroFrame Monitor
27" Acer ED273 Curved Monitor, VA, 1920x1080, 4ms, HDMI/DVI/VGA
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27" Acer ED273 Curved Monitor with FreeSync Technology
FEATURING A ZEROFRAME DESIGN The ED273 from Acer's ED3 series is the monitor that's perfect for immersive gaming and productivity. Enjoy crisp visuals in a 1920 x 1080 resolution and an improved 75hz refresh rate. It offers a 1800R curve so you can be fully immersed in any game or task, with a wide viewing angle that makes the image perfect from any angle you look at it. Play with precise, flawless detail with AMD FreeSync technology that can be enabled onto the ED273, and keep your eyes safe with Acer's BlueLightShield and Flickerless technologies.
Play & Work with Incredible Visuals
75HZ FRAME RATE AND 4MS RESPONSE TIME Cutting-edge features on this impressive Acer monitor allows you to immerse yourself in extraordinary visuals while you game. The 1920 x 1080 resolution allows crisp, true-to-life colours to come alive as you play, and the speedy 75hz refresh rate delivers smooth viewing with fast frame rendering and lower input lag. Make sure your actions are never delayed with a rapid 4ms time that will help you in-game to stay ahead of the competition.
Immerse yourself in Superior Imagery
IMPRESSIVE 1800R CURVE DESIGN The ED3 monitor uses a stunning wide angle display so you can share what's on your screen with friends and family as colours stay true no matter what angle you're viewing from. Conventional monitors change their colour or may distort when viewed from different angles, but the ED3 can be viewed from 178° and still preserve it's quality. The curved 1800R screen of the ED3 allows you to be fully immersed and provides more impressive gaming experiences.
Stay Immersed in the Game
AMD FREESYNC TECHNOLOGY The Acer ED3 comes with AMD FreeSync technology. When gaming, the frame rate is determined by your graphics card, not the fixed refresh rate of your monitor. This means the monitor's frame rates are synced with the graphics card's frames, which then eliminates screen tearing to deliver remarkably smooth gaming.
Safeguard your Eyes during Long Use
ACER EYE-PROTECTIVE FEATURES Extensive game sessions, editing videos or staring at excel sheets put a lot of strain on your eyes. Acer offers protective features such as Flickerless™ and BlueLightShield™ technologies to protect your eyes from damage.
FLICKERLESSThis technology works by providing stable, consistent power to your display and eliminating any chance for a noticeable flicker.
BLUELIGHTSHIELDThis technology reduces the exposure of blue light, which can be potentially harmful, just by adjusting hue and brightness.
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