Acer announces its comprehensive lineup of high resolution monitors with bigger screens up to 32 inches and sharper images in 4K2K and WQHD resolutions. In addition, Acer ColorPlus and Acer EyeProtect features deliver stunning, higher quality imagery for a more immersive and comfortable visual experience. Acer will also be the world's first to launch the 4K2K monitor in 32-inch screen size.
Acer has three high resolution monitor series designed for individual, SMB, or corporate professionals who specialize in visual and gaming or work with complex data.
Acer B6 specialty series designed for the commercial market with up to a 32-inch screen, features an ergonomic stand that allows the display to tilt -5 to 35 degrees and swivel 60 degrees to the left or right for maximum user comfort.
Acer CB0 series for the prosumer market includes SMB and home offices, and features Acer EyeProtect and ColorPlus technologies to improve work productivity.
Acer XB0 series for avid gamers; when used with a GeForce GTX-powered PC, NVIDIA G-SYNC display technology eliminates screen tearing and minimizes display stutter and input lag to deliver smoother, faster, and more responsive gaming.
Bigger screen and sharper imagery The new high resolution monitors with 27-32-inch screens offer more real estate to display expansive content. They display sharper images in WQHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) and 4K2K (3840 x 2160 pixels) that's four times the resolution of 1080p Full HD, presenting stunning high quality images for outstanding visual enjoyment. On the 21:9 aspect ratio (2560 x 1080 pixels) models, users can view dual screens in landscape mode for convenient multi-tasking, or switch to portrait mode for viewing lengthy webpages or data with less page scrolling.
Acer ColorPlus for rich and consistent colors Acer ColorPlus is a set of technologies that ensures real and consistent color output in addition to sharper and clearer visuals. Built-in 100% sRGB color correction technology delivers high color accuracy and color space reproduction, while the wide color gamut provides rich, natural colors desired by design professionals and photo enthusiasts for accurate color matching across applications and print output.
A 6-axis color independent adjustment permits precise color and saturation control for customized settings. The 178 degrees wide viewing angle preserves image clarity and prime colors without color shift or image distortion. In addition, super sharpness technology optimizes images from a lower resolution for clearer image quality, for example, optimizing a 1080p photo on a high resolution monitor.
Acer EyeProtect aides prolonged use Acer EyeProtect incorporates several features that take into consideration prolonged usage by heavy users such as programmers, writers, and graphic designers to reduce eye strain. It includes flicker-less technology that eliminates screen flicker for comfortable viewing through a stable supply of power; the ComfyView display reduces reflection from light sources on the non-glare panel; and low-dimming technology enables brightness settings down to 15 percent in darker environments to reduce eye fatigue, while working in non-optimal lighting conditions.
Availability The Acer B6 Specialty, CB0 and XB0 series high resolution monitors have started shipping worldwide.
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