You'll enjoy tasks and entertainment more on this LED-backlit display with the fine details which comes thanks to a Full HD resolution. The great sights are made even better by exceptional colours via Acer Adaptive Contrast Management.Stunning performance
The ComfyView display prevents reflections to provide greater eye comfort. It also delivers brighter colours for you viewing enjoyment.
Set the K2 Series' display angle to optimise your view with its ergonomic stand that tilts from -5 to 25 degrees.
Safe for you and your world, K2 Series monitors feature mercury-free white LED backlighting and meet ENERGY STAR® 6.0 requirements. Acer EcoDisplay technologies use arsenic-free display glass, further protecting the environment. Acer packaging is also made of recyclable materials. Features General
Display TypeLED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix
Energy ClassClass A
Energy Consumption per Year43 kWh
Aspect RatioWidescreen - 16:9
Native ResolutionFullHD 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
Contrast Ratio100000000:1 (dynamic)
Colour Support16.7 million colours
Response Time4 ms
Horizontal Viewing Angle178
Vertical Viewing Angle178
Backlight TechnologyLED backlight
FeaturesHDCP, Acer EcoDisplay, Acer Adaptive Contrast Management (ACM), WideView, High Frame Rate Control (Hi-FRC), ComfyView, Mercury free
Dimensions (WxDxH)64 cm x 24.9 cm x 46.2 cm - with stand
InterfacesDVI ( HDCP ) VGA
Display Position AdjustmentsTilt
Flat Panel Mount Interface100 x 100 mm
FeaturesVESA interface support
Cables Included1 x VGA cable
Compliant StandardsMPR II, TUV Rheinland
Voltage RequiredAC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Power Consumption Operational28.5 Watt
Power Consumption Stand by450 mW
Power Consumption Sleep350 mW
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions & Weight DetailsWith stand - width: 64 cm - depth: 24.9 cm - height: 46.2 cm - weight: 5 kg Without stand - width: 64 cm - depth: 6.2 cm - height: 38.1 cm - weight: 4.77 kg
ENERGY STAR QualifiedYes
Service & Support2 years warranty
Service & Support DetailsLimited warranty - 2 years
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