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Scan code: LN40651 Manufacturer code: E2795VH

AOC 27" E2795VH WLED Monitor with HDMI Full HD

27" AOC E2795VH WLED Full HD Black, HDMI/DVI/VGA, 1920x1080 300cd/m², 20,000,000:1, 2ms Speakers

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Scan code: LN40651 Manufacturer code: E2795VH
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Product Overview No compromises: The e2795Vh is perfect for office and action. This Full HD large-screen monitor with integrated speakers not only looks fantastic. The generous 16:9 display area offers ample space for complex charts, double-page spreads, image editing, games, videos or movies. High contrast and brightness values in combination with wide viewing angles and a fast response time provide an excellent image quality without blurring from almost every perspective. Thanks to DVI-D and HDMI inputs (with HDCP) high-resolution content from numerous video sources is displayed flawlessly. With electricity-saving LED backlights and a mercury-free manufacturing this flatscreen is also easy on the environment.

Features With HDMI this monitor can also be used with PS/3, Xbox too..

• Line: TFT
• Paneltype: WLED
• Monitor Size: 27.0"
• Visible Screen Size: 68.5cm
• Screen Format: 16:9
• Brightness: 300 cd/m²
• Contrast Ratio Dynamic: 20,000,000:1 (DCR)
• Contrast Ratio Typical: 1,200:1
• Pixel / Dot / Pitch: 0.3114 (H) x 0.3114 (V)
• Display Area: 597.6 (H) x 336.15 (V)
• Viewing Angle: 170° / 160° (CR ?10)
• Response Time: 2 ms (GtG)
• Kensington Security Lock

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36 months
DOA Period:
28 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
AOC/Aardvark Technical Services
01932 269258
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