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Acer G276HLA 27" LED DVI HDMI Monitor £129.99 at ebuyer

£129.99 @ Ebuyer
Seems a good deal for a 27" monitor, granted only 1080p but can't expect much more for £129.99. 1920 x 1080 Full HD 2ms Response Time VGA, DVI + HDMI Wall Mountable Tilt angle -5° / 20° Read More
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Seems a good deal for a 27" monitor, granted only 1080p but can't expect much more for £129.99.

1920 x 1080 Full HD
2ms Response Time
VGA, DVI + HDMI
Wall Mountable
Tilt angle -5° / 20°
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I was looking for it to had around 144fps, ips oh and a curved screen but beggars cant be choosy i suppose (_;)
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BIGUSHEADUS
I was looking for it to had around 144fps, ips oh and a curved screen but beggars cant be choosy i suppose (_;)
I just wanted speakers.
#3
Going to order this, is there anything I should know about? e.g pay slightly more for better spec anywhere?

Edited By: QuickProfits on Jan 05, 2017 10:28
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QuickProfits
Going to order this, is there anything I should know about? e.g pay slightly more for better spec anywhere?
A lot of people say you don't wana go above 24" when youre getting a 1080p res as the pixels are too stretched. Viewing angle will be poor too as its a TN panel, so you'll need to sit squat in front of it but the 2ms response time is great. I'm lookin for an IPS screen (richer colours) with a 5ms response time as they say anything 5ms or below its almost impossible to tell the difference with the naked eye.

Edited By: BIGUSHEADUS on Jan 05, 2017 10:34
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QuickProfits
Going to order this, is there anything I should know about? e.g pay slightly more for better spec anywhere?

This looks like a good deal.

Similar monitors are often a similar price it seems to me - eg:-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-k272hle-27-zeroframe-full-hd-led-monitor-119-99-delivered-ebuyer-2557870

The bezel on this one looks considerably thicker than the bezel on the monitor I've linked to.

I'd love it if someone with more knowledge of these things could shed some light on the different models Acer offer and which are better quality than others....
1 Like #6
BIGUSHEADUS
QuickProfits
Going to order this, is there anything I should know about? e.g pay slightly more for better spec anywhere?
A lot of people say you don't wana go above 24" when youre getting a 1080p res as the pixels are too stretched. Viewing angle will be poor too as its a TN panel, so you'll need to sit squat in front of it but the 2ms response time is great. I'm lookin for an IPS screen (richer colours) with a 5ms response time as they say anything 5ms or below its almost impossible to tell the difference with the naked eye.

Yes I have been reading the comments on monitor deals on here for a while. Would be nice if I could see one in action to see how stretched it looks
#7
Garnett
QuickProfits
Going to order this, is there anything I should know about? e.g pay slightly more for better spec anywhere?
This looks like a good deal.
Similar monitors are often a similar price it seems to me - eg:-http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-k272hle-27-zeroframe-full-hd-led-monitor-119-99-delivered-ebuyer-2557870
The bezel on this one looks considerably thicker than the bezel on the monitor I've linked to.
I'd love it if someone with more knowledge of these things could shed some light on the different models Acer offer and which are better quality than others....

Much nicer with the zero frame, seems like they bulked everything else out though, I don't like that base either, fussy I know but I will be starring at it for a few years almost constantly..
#8
QuickProfits
Garnett
QuickProfits
Going to order this, is there anything I should know about? e.g pay slightly more for better spec anywhere?
This looks like a good deal.
Similar monitors are often a similar price it seems to me - eg:-http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-k272hle-27-zeroframe-full-hd-led-monitor-119-99-delivered-ebuyer-2557870
The bezel on this one looks considerably thicker than the bezel on the monitor I've linked to.
I'd love it if someone with more knowledge of these things could shed some light on the different models Acer offer and which are better quality than others....
Much nicer with the zero frame, seems like they bulked everything else out though, I don't like that base either, fussy I know but I will be starring at it for a few years almost constantly..

Agreed. The one I linked to has a VESA mount though, and I intend to wall mount two monitors. I bought the one I linked to, and I think it looks fine, but it was always going to be my second screen, and I'm on the lookout for a bargain 1440p 27" for use as my main screen.
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QuickProfits
BIGUSHEADUS
QuickProfits
Going to order this, is there anything I should know about? e.g pay slightly more for better spec anywhere?
A lot of people say you don't wana go above 24" when youre getting a 1080p res as the pixels are too stretched. Viewing angle will be poor too as its a TN panel, so you'll need to sit squat in front of it but the 2ms response time is great. I'm lookin for an IPS screen (richer colours) with a 5ms response time as they say anything 5ms or below its almost impossible to tell the difference with the naked eye.

Yes I have been reading the comments on monitor deals on here for a while. Would be nice if I could see one in action to see how stretched it looks


My main monitor is 23", (144hz, 3d samsung gaming monitor) a friend sold me a 27" 1080p monitor, 60hz cheap monitor (benq).

I tried the 27" monitor as my main, and just couldn't get along with it. Could've been the cheapness showing its quality. I tried it at 1080p didn't sit well, then tried it at dsr (dynamic super res), 1440p and 4k. It looked slightly better but I just didn't like it. Text was a tad off, sharpness had its faults, and colours were weak.

It got put to one side for a month and then I decided to try it as a 2nd monitor. Use it for my work files and kodi due to It having built in speakers. As I'm not constantly looking at that monitor, I don't notice the issues anymore.

I've always been tempted to get a 2nd large monitor but it would have to be 1440p or 4k.
#10
I'll hold off for at least 2k then.
#11
I'm looking for a monitor for work didn't know if I should go for a 23" if go big for 27". mostly for works stuff no gaming maybe some kodi for football streams on Saturdays.

will going to 27" make windows look not as sharp as it would on a smaller screen? ..ideally a IPS over TN.
#12
Okay here goes, shameless noob question: How does refresh rate relate to refresh freq in hertz? In terms of the 60/144Hz people want?

I feel like a refresh every 2ms is (1 / 2e-3) refreshes per second, I.e. 500 Hz... But that doesn't align with the coveted 60/144...?

Unless that's 500 Hz panel refresh, which is different from what we want which is input rate? Just a guess.

Thaaaanks.
#13
Does this have a headphone jack?
#14
edmundajwilliams
Okay here goes, shameless noob question: How does refresh rate relate to refresh freq in hertz? In terms of the 60/144Hz people want?

I feel like a refresh every 2ms is (1 / 2e-3) refreshes per second, I.e. 500 Hz... But that doesn't align with the coveted 60/144...?

Unless that's 500 Hz panel refresh, which is different from what we want which is input rate? Just a guess.

Thaaaanks.


Don't know much about these stats at all but I think the response time (in ms) is different to the refresh rate (in htz).
#15
Been looking at getting a monitor for my xbox. This seems quite a good deal but Im unsure!
2 Likes #16
Garnett
edmundajwilliams
Okay here goes, shameless noob question: How does refresh rate relate to refresh freq in hertz? In terms of the 60/144Hz people want?
I feel like a refresh every 2ms is (1 / 2e-3) refreshes per second, I.e. 500 Hz... But that doesn't align with the coveted 60/144...?
Unless that's 500 Hz panel refresh, which is different from what we want which is input rate? Just a guess.
Thaaaanks.
Don't know much about these stats at all but I think the response time (in ms) is different to the refresh rate (in htz).
your thinking of response rate when you say 2ms basically refresh rate is the frequency in HZ or how many time the picture changes a second, the response rate is how far behind real time the image is so 2ms 60Hz means that the image is 2ms behind real time and producing 60 frames per second and 5ms 144Hz would be 5ms behind real time but producing 144 frames per second, essentially response time is your lag and hertz is your smootheness. i hope this helps you out buddy.
#17
I'm looking for a 27 inch IPS panel for around this price....will I find it or is it a wild goose chase?
#18
leftfooter
I'm looking for a 27 inch IPS panel for around this price....will I find it or is it a wild goose chase?


Never seen a 27" inch IPS that doesn't have horrible yellow backlight bleed in the corners. The technology is not fit for consumers. Unless you want yelllow/white in one or more corners of the screen, I would steer clear.
#19
I've just bought the Acer G277HL 27in IPS for £109 at Argos clearance bargains, is this a good deal? TIA

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