Acer 27" Full HD 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor
27" Acer KG271C FHD Gaming Monitor, TN, 1920x1080, 144Hz, 1ms, FreeSync, 400cd/m², DVI/HDMI/DP
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Game Smoothly on the Acer 27" FreeSync Gaming Monitor
seamless, tear-free games so that you experience every single frame The Acer KG271C Gaming Monitor boasts an outstanding wealth of features to provide you with a crystal-clear display. With an amazing 27" screen size and 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution you can see and do more. Furthermore, ZeroFrame™ technology delivers a near-seamless display. Acer delivers a supreme range of display technologies to offer you the optimum viewing and gaming experiences, with an ultra-fast 1ms response time, 144Hz refresh rate and Flickerless technology they all enhance your game even beyond imaginable.
Experience Gorgeous Full HD Visuals
see more of what matters onscreen Achieve an amazing gaming experience with the Acer KG271C monitor, featuring a 27" screen size with immersive 1920 x 1080 Full HD display. See more of your screen with the innovative ZeroFrame™ design that delivers a near seamless look and beautiful visuals like never before.
Super Smooth Frames with 144Hz Refresh Rate
AMD freesync technology & 1ms Response Time The KG271C offers an ultra-fast 1ms response time with Low Input Lag Technology and with AMD® Freesync™ Technology it easily keeps up with any fast-paced gaming action. Visuals are rendered smoothly with up to 144Hz refresh rate without smearing, ghosting and motion blur. You’ll be able to react and respond quickly to what you see onscreen, giving you the edge in any game.
Intuitive ComfyView™ Technology
MAINTAIN ASTONISHING VISUALS IN ANY SETTING Whether it’s day or night, your monitors visuals will never be interrupted with ComfyView™ anti-glare technology, which reduces the amount of light being reflected on your display for comfortable viewing in any setting.
See Every Scenario with Acer Black Boost
Let there be Light during Dark Scenes Black Boost technology gives you an edge over the competition as it provides you with more detail in darker environments during gameplay.
See Instantly Reduced Flickering Whilst Gaming
powerful flickless™ technology Flickerless™ technology eliminates screen flickering by transferring a stable supply of power to the display. This minimizes instances of eye strain and other potentially damaging eye ailments when taking part in extensive gaming sessions.
Eliminate Strain on your Eyes
PROTECTIVE BLUELIGHTSHIELD technology BlueLightShield™ technology drastically reduces the exposure of blue light by adjusting colour hue and brightness to take away the strain from your eyes. You can access and select four different filter settings onscreen easily through the OSD menu.
Ergonomic Design for Maximum Comfort
smooth movement with tilt function Good monitors should cause little to no strain. Acer offers a tilting screen to keep you at maximum comfort. With a tilt of -5° to 15°, you can put your mind, and your neck, at ease. If you want to free up desk space, VESA wall mount compatibility allows you to efficiently place your monitor on the wall.
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