Acer 27" Adaptive Sync 1ms Gaming Monitor
Acer (HD) Gaming Monitor - 27" TN Display - GF276
Experience Acer HD Monitor
This Acer monitor boast truely immaculate picture quality, and is even built to enhance your gaming experience. This 4k display is part of Acer's BX0 Series which have been specifically designed to be the ultimate productivity platforms. The huge UHD 4K screen presents the user with a large amount of space for multi-tasking or for true media immersion. Plus, it features advance monitor technologies like Adaptive-Sync, providing a professional level experience whether you're gaming, streaming or making use of professional applications.
1920 x 1080
Screen Resolution Matters
The Acer GF6 series brings users into a perfect colorful world in Full HD (1920x1080), and provides the finest natural and sharp original quality with TN panel and 100,000,000:1 contrast ratio.
AMD FREESYNC TECHNOLOGY
FreeSync Eliminates Tearing
The Acer GF6 Gaming monitor’s supports DisplayPort* & HDMI* on FreeSync. That means this monitor can work with a FreeSync-supporting graphics card and driver software* to eliminate screen tearing, while minimizing lag and latency. With FreeSync, the monitor’s frames are synced with the graphics card’s frames, which eliminates screen tearing and delivers very smooth gaming experiences.
MONITOR REFRESH RATE
Adaptive-Sync technology is designed to eliminate the screen tearing that often occurs when playing computer games with a monitor. Now, with Adaptive-Sync technology, your GPU can tell a monitor what its rendering rate is and the monitor can match it. The result of this variable refresh rate is a smooth, tear-free experience in gaming and video playback applications.
LIGHTNING FAST RESPONSE TIME
Faster with Blur-Free Image
Never let your enemies escape by slow display. An ultra-fast 1ms repose time, which makes you able to aim at the first gaze with super smooth transition without any ghosting and image dragging , made the game play as fluid as possible by synchronize your natural distinction with acer monitor and help you conquer the war.
ELIMINATES STRESSFUL SCREEN FLICKERING
A constant image’s refresh rate may flicker up to 60 times a second, although human’s eyes hardly recognize the circumstance. The flicker screen is less visible, but makes eyestrain, even damage eye health, especially for those heavy monitor users, like programmers, writers, students or graphic designers. Acer Flicker-less monitors can eliminate annoying screen flicker, and provide comfortable viewing experience.
FILTER OUT HARMFUL BLUE LIGHT
Blue light may cause oxidative damage to the eye, and may play an integral role in causing age-related macular degeneration, leading to significant vision loss. Research has determined that the lens inside the eye, and the pigment in the back of the eye, offer some protection against blue light. But this protective mechanism only lasts for a short period of exposure to intense blue light, and only during daylight hours.
Users can adjust the percentage of blue light exposure via the OSD (onscreen display) settings to ensure comfortable viewing over long periods of time.
Anti-Reflective / Non-Glare Screen
Acer ComfyView technology, which reduces light reflection for more comfortable viewing under various commercial settings. Acer VisionCare™ integrates various technologies to reduce eye strain and to ensure the most comfortable viewing experience.
Low dimming technology
In dark environments, the Acer Low Dimming technology reduces the brightness to 15%, avoiding eye strain.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD Freesync|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Contrast Ratio/DCR||100M : 1|
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