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Acer G276HLIbid 27" Full HD 1ms Gaming Monitor

27" Acer G276HL Monitor, TN Panel, 1920x1080 (Full HD), 1ms, 250cd/m², 16.7M Colours, 100M:1, HDMI/DVI/VGA, Black

Acer
Scan code: LN75308 Manufacturer code: UM.HG6EE.I01 Request call
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From £16.92 / month (APR 14.9%)
Monthly Payment: £32.71
Instalment Rate: 14.9% p.a. (fixed)
Cost of purchase: £188.48
Total inc. interest: £196.24
Monthly Payment: £16.92
Instalment Rate: 14.9% p.a. (fixed)
Cost of purchase: £188.48
Total inc. interest: £203.05
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Product Overview Full HD LED monitor
The Full HD resolution of this LED monitor delivers excellent detail, making it great for advanced HD productivity and multimedia applications. LED monitors also consume less power and last longer. In addition, this monitor is mercury-free, making it safer for you and the environment.

Acer eColor management
The Empowering Key gives you full access to the Acer eColor management onscreen interface. Acer eColor management provides a variety of advanced controls for achieving an advanced image quality. Features • Very slender profile.
• Stable X-shaped stand.
• Full HD resolution.
• High contrast ratio.
• Energy-efficient, earth-friendly.
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
ACER
Telephone:
0371 760 1000
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