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s="h3color tiny">This review is from: Acer B326HK ymjdpphz 32-inch UHD 4K2K (3840 x 2160) Widescreen Monitor with ErgoStandch Screen LED-Lit Monitor (Personal Computers)

Acer B6 Series B286HK ymjdpprz (UM.PB6AA.003) Black 28" 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) 2ms Widescreen LED Backlight LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 ACM 100,000,000:1 (1000:1) Built-in Speakers Recommended Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (4K) Refresh Rate: 60 Hz Pixel Pitch: 0.32mm Display Colors: 16.7 Million DVI: Yes Stand Adjustments: Tilt: -5 to 35 degree Swivel (degree): Y Height Adjustment: Y Pivot: Y Built-in Speakers: 2 x 2W Brightness: 300 cd/m2
5.0 out of 5 stars
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For reference of my experience, I've been using an LG Flatron W3000H-BN for the last 5 years (2560x1600, IPS panel, 5ms). Specs wise, this Acer monitor is basically the same thing with a larger resolution. Before that (and still today) I used a Samsung SyncMaster 204T (1600x1200) that I picked up back around 03-05.

So, why did I choose to go 4k and how did I end up on this monitor? Well, my LG monitor broke about 24 hours ago and I'm a software engineer by day, so replacing it as soon as possible was pretty crucial. When I'm traveling, I use a Chromebook Pixel that I run Linux on at its native resolution (2560x1700 -- on a 12.85" screen, people can't believe I can read it just fine)... so, needless to say, I really value large resolutions.

After looking through most of the 4k monitors in the sub $600 range, I was extremely wary of blindly ordering a TN panel and even...Read more

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Have three of these connected to a pair of R9-270's crossfire 1-DP, 2-DVI. Very clear picture. Response time is good for gaming on the DP connected monitor, haven't tried game that stretches all 3 yet. I can game on one monitor, watch Netflix 2nd monitor-waiting to respawn, chat on the 3rd monitorRunning at max resolution. Of course have windows scaling set at 200% so to be able to read. Some apps do not scale well, but even with the very small print, easier to read than my old 1920x1200 monitors. amznJQ.onReady('jQuery', function() { amznJQ.available('popover', function() { var widgetDom = jQuery("#R1TDKEX38QCOKD_imageSection_129F7754-67E3-11E5-8E79-3717DFC09402"); var images = widgetDom.find(".review-image-thumbnail"); for (var c=0;c
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For reference of my experience, I've been using an LG Flatron W3000H-BN for the last 5 years (2560x1600, IPS panel, 5ms). Specs wise, this Acer monitor is basically the same thing with a larger resolution. Before that (and still today) I used a Samsung SyncMaster 204T (1600x1200) that I picked up back around 03-05.So, why did I choose to go 4k and how did I end up on this monitor? Well, my LG monitor broke about 24 hours ago and I'm a software engineer by day, so replacing it as soon as possible was pretty crucial. When I'm traveling, I use a Chromebook Pixel that I run Linux on at its native resolution (2560x1700 -- on a 12.85" screen, people can't believe I can read it just fine)... so, needless to say, I really value large resolutions.After looking through most of the 4k monitors in the sub $600 range, I was extremely wary of blindly ordering a TN panel and even...Read more
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