Acer 27" RC271U Zeroframe IPS WQHD Monitor

27" Acer RC271U Zeroframe IPS Monitor 2560x1440, 4ms, DP/HDMI/DVI Speakers

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Product Overview Acer RC271U is a WQHD monitor equipped with a very slick form factor. The transparent neck design echo its high performance which provides crystal clear and vivid image quality. The Zero Frame design makes for a near-seamless look, allowing you to see more of what matters most: the screen. Rich, vivid colors spring forth in 2560x1440 resolution on the IPS display of the RC1 monitor.

Acer’s Wide Viewing Angle feature displays color accurately at viewing angles of up to 178° so that no matter where you choose to view it from, it will display colors perfectly. A pair of built-in 2W speakers make sitting back and relaxing with your favourite media that much easier. Acer Blue Light Shield technology reduces the exposure of blue light, which can be potentially harmful, by adjusting color hue and brightness. Features Screen Size

WQHD (2560 x 1440)

Aspect Ratio

Response Time
4 ms

Refresh Rate
60 Hz

Colour Support
16.7 million

Contrast Ratio

350 cd/m²


Viewing Angles
178° horizontal

178° vertical
Panel Type


Tiltable (-5° to 15°)
Ports & Connectors



23.70 W (ENERGY STAR® rating)
27 W (EEL)

450 mW (standby)
400 mW (off)

Environmental Certification


VESA Compatible


Dimensions (H x W x D)

14.33" x 24.17" x 1.46" (without stand)

17.5" x 24.2" x 7.9" (with stand)

Weight (Approximate)

7.5 lbs. (without stand)

8.4 lbs. (with stand)

Package Contents

RC271USmidpx Widescreen LCD Monitor
1x DVI Cable
1 x Displayport Cable
Power Cord
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HDR Support No
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Web Camera No
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3D Support No
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