Acer Nitro 27" Full HD 180Hz FreeSync Premium IPS Gaming Monitor
27" Acer Nitro KG271M3 Gaming Monitor, IPS, 1920x1080, 1ms, 180Hz, FreeSync Premium, HDMI/DP
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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.
27" ACER Nitro KG271 M3 FHD 180Hz FreeSync Premium Gaming Monitor
Embrace Powerful Visuals The 27" Acer Nitro KG271M3 is a gaming monitor that offers a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a super speedy refresh rate of 180Hz. It features an IPS panel that delivers wide viewing angles, vivid colour reproduction, and low response times of 0.5 ms. It also supports AMD FreeSync technology, which synchronizes the monitor's refresh rate with the graphics card's frame rate to eliminate screen tearing and stuttering. The monitor has a sleek design with a bezel-free screen and an ergonomic stand. It also has HDMI, DP, and audio ports for easy connectivity with various devices. The monitor also has eye care technologies, such as flicker-free, low dimming, and blue light filter, to reduce eyestrain and fatigue. The 27" Acer Nitro KG271M3 is an affordable and reliable monitor for gaming, entertainment, or productivity.
Embrace Incredible Visuals
27-inch FHD IPS1920 X 1080
Stunning FHD IPS Display Embrace impeccable visuals with a stunning FHD display; FHD stands for Full High Definition and refers to a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. This means that the monitor has more than two million pixels that can show vivid colours and details. Combine this with a speedy 0.5ms response and 180Hz refresh rate and you can work or play with buttery smooth visuals and say goodbye to blurring, tearing and another annoying distractions.
An Incredible Feature-Set
Game With AMD FreeSync™Screen tearing will be a thing of the past with AMD® FreeSync™ which syncs your display’s framerate to the video card.
Rapid Response RateA quick response of 1ms means images refresh quickly, making your gaming sessions seamless and enjoyable.
ZeroFrame™ DesignThe ZeroFrame™ design makes for a near-seamless look, allowing you to see more of what matters most: the screen.
An Ergonomic EdgeGood monitors should cause little to no strain. With a tilt of -5° to 15°, you can put your mind, and your neck, at ease.
Acer BlueLightShield™Acer BlueLightShield™ technology reduces the exposure of blue light, which can be potentially harmful, by adjusting color hue and brightness.
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