World’s first NVIDIA 3D Vision monitor title goes to Acer HS274H


1976 Acer stepped into the world of computing by focusing on trade and product design. And, 35 years later it finally did it by claiming the world’s first 3D Vision title for its Acer HS274H.

Acer’s HS274H has ousted Aspire Z5763 (3D monitor from Acer) in this category by going FHD. It’s based on NVIDIA’s 3D Vision technology and comes with an integrated IR emitter (to connect a set-top box or Blu-ray via HDMI), it offers three HDMI inputs along with VGA and DVI.

The monitor which spans 27” uses an LED back-lit panel, an exceptional contrast ratio of 100,000,000:1 and full HD capabilities coupled with a refresh rate of 120Hz and a response time of just 2ms. Acer uses its trademark and most advanced cutting-edge display technologies i.e. Acer eColor Management and Acer Adaptive Contrast Management (ACM) helps optimize image performance and contract to deliver ultra sharp images to best suit the visual contents.

This visual unit it cut and crafted into a sleek design which gives the monitor a contrasting color for a richer visual impact, with touch sensitive controls. The HS274H is also eco-friendly, as it helps saves energy, is mercury free and made of recyclable materials.

As per the press release, “The Acer HN274H display series comes with a 2-year collect & return warranty and will be available in May for a SRRP of £499 Inc VAT”.

The 3D features guarantee a great visual treat for gamers and video enthusiasts. So with these features and a replace warranty, what are you waiting for?

Source: pcmonitors/linuxmemo

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Posted on April 30, 2011, in New Release and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I never thought of it that way, well put!

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