Acer S240HLbid 24” Full HD widescreen LCD monitor with LED Backlight

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Display diagonal: 609.6 mm (24 “) Response time: 5 ms Display brightness: 250 cd/m² Display resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels Display: LCD

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Product Features

  • Display diagonal: 609.6 mm (24 “)
  • Response time: 5 ms
  • Display brightness: 250 cd/m²
  • Display resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Display: LCD

Comments

krehman says:

A Brilliant Monitor For The Price! When I first looked into this monitor there were no reviews of it anywhere. I already had an Acer PC so I knew about the brand and quality. The monitor seemed to have everything I wanted – 24 inch widescreen, LED, full HD at a price than was too good to ignore. My only concern was the 5ms response time as I like to play games on my PC. My research suggested that this shouldn’t really make a difference.I decided to take the plunge. The monitor arrived well within the free delivery timescale. The box included the stand, a 3-pin power lead, a 2-pin power lead, a VGA cable, booklets and a CD with software. My plan was to use a HDMI cable which I already had. The unit is light and has a glossy black bezel which matches my PC. The stand was easy to attach with the aid of a cross head screwdriver. There are 5 unmarked plastic buttons on the underside just to the right of the stand.After connecting everything up, I could not switch the monitor on! The manual didn’t…

GG London "GG london" says:

Very Impressive Having used a square 19″ monitor for a number of years I was very unsure of what to expect when I ordered this monitor, yeah I did read the forum reviews etcetera but I was still wary. This monitor is excellant value for money, even thinner than my old flat screen and less weight. The forums generally moaned about the buttons being hidden underneath the frame and the on/off switch being hard to find. Well on the instructions it shows quite clearly where everything is so I did not find it a problem. I have never used the buttons as the Acer eDisplay Manager software does EVERYTHING simply. It is true plug and play so just attach and use it, then set up the software.I use a programme called Autocad which is power hungry and complex, with this monitor it made life so much easier by having a much larger screen area and being rectangular meant that toolbars stacked on the side more naturally leaving a good expanse to work on my drawings, there was absolutely no time lag with this…

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