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Acer KA270H VA Panel Display Monitor - 27 Inch

27" Acer KA270H LED Monitor, VA Panel, 1920x1080, 4ms, 300cd/m², D-Sub/DVI/HDMI, Black

Acer
Scan code: LN67573 Manufacturer code: UM.HX3EE.001 Request call
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Product Overview The KA series is optimised for a comfortable viewing experience. The display is easy on the eyes with low response times and special technology to reduce glare and harsh blue light. Easy adjustments and a wide viewing angle help you find the perfect position.

Great visuals
See clearly with a beautiful Full HD display. Opt for a vivid IPS panel with a 178° wide viewing angle or lightning-quick TN panel to suit your needs. A 1ms response time reduces ghosting and takes action-packed entertainment to a new level.

Optimised comfort
Sit back and get comfortable with Acer ComfyView technology to reduce reflective glare and Blue Light Filter Pro to remove harmful blue light without sacrificing colour or brightness. Get a good view with convenient -5° to 15° tilt adjustment.

Smart design
On-screen display buttons are conveniently located on the front of the device for easy access. The KA series is wall-mountable and has space for a Kensington® lock for added security.

Eco-friendly
Help save our planet! Use eco-friendly products like the KA Series, featuring mercury-free backlighting, arsenic-free display glass, recyclable packaging and a 6.0 ENERGY STAR® rating. Features • 68.6 cm (27") Full HD (1920 x 1080)
• Vertical Alignment (VA)
• HDMI DVI VGA
• 4 ms
• 300 cd/m²
Warranty

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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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Acer KA270H VA Panel Display Monitor - 27 Inch
Acer KA270H VA Panel Display Monitor - 27 Inch