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Scan code: LN120149 Manufacturer code: UM.QV0EE.S04

Acer Nitro VG240YS 24" Full HD ZeroFrame IPS FreeSync Open Box Gaming Monitor

Open Box 23.8" Acer Nitro VG240YS Gaming Monitor, IPS, 1920x1080, 165Hz, FreeSync, 0.5ms, 100M:1, 250cd/m²,HDMI/DP

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Scan code: LN120149 Manufacturer code: UM.QV0EE.S04
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24" Acer Nitro FHD Gaming Monitor with FreeSync - Refurbished

Acer 24-inch Nitro Monitor

guaranteed picture perfection The Acer Nitro VG240YS Gaming monitor has a 23.8-inch screen and is super clear, featuring FHD (1920x1080) resolution. AMD® FreeSync Technology is synced to your computer's framerate to obliterate choppy gameplay. This HDR™ Ready monitor with Visual Response Boost, features a super-fast overclockable 165Hz refresh rate and 0.5ms response time for seamless gaming.

24"Screen Size

1920 x 1080Resolution

IPSPanel Type

Superbly Synced with AMD FreeSync

FreeSync Technology

super-smooth and impressive gaming With AMD FreeSync™ Premium, the game’s frame rate is determined by your graphics card, not the fixed refresh rate of the monitor. This means the monitor’s frames are synced with the graphics card’s frames, which eliminates screen tearing and delivers very smooth gaming experiences

Experience Superb Visuals from all Angles

screen resolution

Full HD resolution with ZeroFrame Design Enjoy how all your favourite games look in FHD (1920x1080) resolution. Experience the sharp, focused clarity and true-to-life colours of this 23.8" IPS display. An IPS panel lets you view your display clearly at angles of up to 178° while maintaining the same level of high-quality colour.

Smoother Gaming with a 165Hz Refresh Rate

refresh rates

fast-paced frames, 0.5ms response time. With the Nitro VG271UP monitor you can enjoy unbelievably seamless and lag-free gaming with an overclockable 165Hz refresh rate. Even when the game action gets super hectic, the 0.5ms Visual Response Boost™ ensures clear, blur-free images.

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
5 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Acer
Telephone:
0371 760 1000
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Acer Nitro VG240YS 24" Full HD ZeroFrame IPS FreeSync Open Box Gaming Monitor
Acer Nitro VG240YS  24" Full HD ZeroFrame IPS FreeSync Open Box Gaming Monitor