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Acer unwraps 100K:1 contrast 23-inch LCD

updated 08:30 am EDT, Fri June 26, 2009

Acer H235H Display

Acer on Friday extended its High Definition Series LCDs by one model and added the H235H. The 23-inch display is smaller than the older H243H but improves on its image quality: it has the same 1080p resolution but more than doubles the dynamic contrast ratio to 100,000:1 while preserving a 300cd/m2 brightness. Accordingly, it doubles as an HDTV-friendly monitor with stereo speakers and an HDMI input to go along with the DVI and VGA ports.

Like most Acer displays, the H235H uses a TN LCD panel to keep costs down and gets narrower 160-degree viewing angles in any direction in return for a faster 2ms pixel response time. It will sell for $240 when it ships to stores sometime in July.



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  1. LouZer

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    I strongly recommend one unwraps their monitor before using. The picture is much more viewable that way.

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