Acer 27-Inch LCD/LED Monitor £118.31 - Amazon
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Acer 27-Inch LCD/LED Monitor £118.31 - Amazon

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Found 6th Sep 2017Edited by:"chami007"
Product Description This Full HD LED monitor with 50,000,000:1 high contrast ratio and HDMI interface is optimised for a fine image and colour quality. This approach extends to the sturdy stand and slim profile without compromising style in ensuring stability and durability. It features Smart View technology that can adjust colour parameters to deliver the same image quality and colours with straight viewing.
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The model number is for a 4k screen, as are the pictures. also black in pics and silver in title. Bit of a gamble as to what you'll get.



£156.83 at of 10:49

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£118.34
Great find
Edited by: "deallove" 6th Sep 2017
According to Camelcamelcamel this monitor has dropped from £228 to £118 in just over 2 weeks
27" (1920 x 1080) 16:9

Response Time 1 ms
Refresh Rate 60 Hz

Contrast Ratio 100,000,000:1
Brightness 300 cd/m²

Twisted Nematic Film (TN Film)

DVI-in, HDMI®-in, VGA

No Vesa from what I can see - but could be wrong on that one. Might be good for a decent budget gaming screen.
worth buying thi?s my 1080p tv i was using as a monitor has just failed?
this or a full hd 32inch samsung tv ?
why does it say UHD on bottom left can this do simulated 4k?
max844 m ago

this or a full hd 32inch samsung tv ?



Depends on use. As a monitor to read text and stuff, I'd go for a monitor. To sit 5ft+ away from and watch films, the big TV.
mikedigitales3 m ago

Depends on use. As a monitor to read text and stuff, I'd go for a monitor. …Depends on use. As a monitor to read text and stuff, I'd go for a monitor. To sit 5ft+ away from and watch films, the big TV.


the only video's i watch on pc are twitch and youtube mostly, i already have a 55 inch 4ktv for movies
Well my advice would be to avoid TV's to use as a general use monitor - plus you need to get a long way back from a 32" screen to make it usable, so no good at a desk. I find 24-27" about the right size, this looks like a good buy, it's 1080 though, I expect anything it says about 4k on the Amazon page is just wrong.
Edited by: "mikedigitales" 6th Sep 2017
mikedigitales2 m ago

Well my advise would be to avoid TV's to use as a general use monitor - …Well my advise would be to avoid TV's to use as a general use monitor - plus you need to get a long way back from a 32" screen to make it usable, so no good at a desk. I find 24-27" about the right size, this looks like a good buy, it's 1080 though, I expect anything it says about 4k on the Amazon page is just wrong.


lol i'm using a 37 inch ledtv right now as a monitor but the backlight is blinking fast on left side it's only lasted a year, it does feel too big see i could get a UE32EH5000 samsung full HD tv for £70 or this
Edited by: "max84" 6th Sep 2017
Looks like the price has gone up now.

I placed an order earlier though, just found it odd that I couldn't find a single review online. There's not even any user reviews on Amazon.
Amazon price now showing as £156.83
so £118 for this is a good bargain?
max845 m ago

so £118 for this is a good bargain?


For a 27" 1080p monitor it's good.
yea i'm probely going to go with this then over a 2012 UE32EH5000 samsung 1080p tv
the model number is for a 4k screen, as are the pictures, so someones screwed up somewhere. pictures also show it black and title says silver so god know what you'd actually recieve.
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Further digging. Seems there's 2 screens called CB271H stupidly. The 1080p Version has this extra code: UM.HB1EE.001
Whereas the 4k version has this code: UM.HB6EE.018

So according to the title it is the 1080p version and they just have the wrong pictures up. But at the price it's gone up to it's no longer a bargain.
Apparently 1440 is a better resolution for 27"' according to a review website i visited yesterday. I guess for occasional use it wouldn't make a great deal of difference.
smallsteve8 m ago

Apparently 1440 is a better resolution for 27"' according to a review …Apparently 1440 is a better resolution for 27"' according to a review website i visited yesterday. I guess for occasional use it wouldn't make a great deal of difference.



Depends how close you are. I got a 27" 1080p years ago so I could be further back without loosing details.
max844 h, 0 m ago

this or a full hd 32inch samsung tv ?


I would never use a 32'' TV as a monitor unless I was poor and I couldn't afford a monitor.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 6th Sep 2017
Got one just after it was posted. Cheers OP.
RiverDragon830 m ago

I would never use a 32'' TV as a monitor unless I was poor and I couldn't …I would never use a 32'' TV as a monitor unless I was poor and I couldn't afford a monitor.


i can afford the monitor, but it's going to cost £50 more than the 1080p 32inch tv, also i need the scart output for old game consoles, even my 4k tv doesnt have that
Edited by: "max84" 6th Sep 2017
max841 h, 18 m ago

i can afford the monitor, but it's going to cost £50 more than the 1080p …i can afford the monitor, but it's going to cost £50 more than the 1080p 32inch tv, also i need the scart output for old game consoles, even my 4k tv doesnt have that


So what your saying is.... You need a TV and not a monitor.
RiverDragon84 h, 8 m ago

So what your saying is.... You need a TV and not a monitor.


yea your right, i cancelled this at £118 amazon sent a refund and i went with the tv that was on facebook for sale for £70 and am more than happy with the picture on my pc at 1080p :), and it's a a lot better size than my older 37 inch tv, that was just too big
Edited by: "max84" 6th Sep 2017
Mine arrived. It's the 1080P version and definitely not silver. Great monitor for the price.
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