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Acer 27" Ultrathin/ZeroFrame, 1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS LED Monitor £159.99 @ Ebuyer
Acer 27" Ultrathin/ZeroFrame, 1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS LED Monitor £159.99 @ Ebuyer

Acer 27" Ultrathin/ZeroFrame, 1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS LED Monitor £159.99 @ Ebuyer

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With an ultra-thin enclosure of only 6.6mm, the R1 Series monitors are thinner than many smartphones. The beautiful and sleek design fits perfectly into your modern home and contributes to an elegant working environment. The ZeroFrame design maximises the view and minimises visual clutter with a bezel so thin you barely notice it.

1920 x 1080 Full HD
27" IPS Display
DVI & HDMI
4ms Response Time
ZeroFrame Design

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Seems like a cracking price. Not sure why the cold votes.

Good deal, but resolution might be cause of cold votes. On a 27" screen people are usually looking for 2k plus.

fishz

Seems like a cracking price. Not sure why the cold votes.



probably the 4ms refresh rate aswell

floppydesk

probably the 4ms refresh rate aswell



There's nothing wrong with 4ms, I wish people would stop with all this refresh rate garbage!

pc5020

There's nothing wrong with 4ms, I wish people would stop with all this … There's nothing wrong with 4ms, I wish people would stop with all this refresh rate garbage!



​I completely agree,

Too anorexic for me. looks like it would snap if I tapped it in the wrong place. Like the low profile bezel but it should be more reinforced on the rear.

pc5020

There's nothing wrong with 4ms, I wish people would stop with all this … There's nothing wrong with 4ms, I wish people would stop with all this refresh rate garbage!



It's absolute nonsense indeed, if lag is what people are worried about then they should be more worried about the absolute input lag which on some monitors can can vary from anywhere as low as 18ms to as high as 65ms, or even more, so I don't think an extra, imperceivable, 3ms is going to make a difference a world of difference.

noiren

It's absolute nonsense indeed, if lag is what people are worried about … It's absolute nonsense indeed, if lag is what people are worried about then they should be more worried about the absolute input lag which on some monitors can can vary from anywhere as low as 18ms to as high as 65ms, or even more, so I don't think an extra, imperceivable, 3ms is going to make a difference a world of difference.



​It's not about that it's about ghosting.

enigmatik33

Good deal, but resolution might be cause of cold votes. On a 27" screen … Good deal, but resolution might be cause of cold votes. On a 27" screen people are usually looking for 2k plus.



27" 2K monitor @ £279.99 delivered from Overclockers

And 4ms response time is the lowest possible at this price point. IPS monitors @ 1ms response time will be significantly more expensive.

Bought this monday and got it yesterday. Its surprised me with how sturdy it is for the size. Great monitor for the price if you want a 27 inch 1080 IPS panel.

enigmatik33

Good deal, but resolution might be cause of cold votes. On a 27" screen … Good deal, but resolution might be cause of cold votes. On a 27" screen people are usually looking for 2k plus.



I'm not looking for 2K plus I'm looking for 144Hz.

in case somebody was after a cheaper, zero frame IPS monitor, then I would recommend LG 23EA63V 23 inch IPS LED model. It is smaller, but can be had for £116.99 from Maplin. it's discontinued model, so not many left. I've had mine for about 3 years now and i'm very happy with it.

"ZeroFrame" - why is it called that when you can clearly see the bezel? Should be called TinyFrame.

Anyone recommend an IPS monitor under £100? There's so many.

Looks good deal and tempted but like the look of the benq one here for £125 any suggestions which one.
Edited by: "lugsy3" 29th Sep 2016

I would take the acer over that even if the price was double.

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lugsy3

Looks good deal and tempted but like the look of the benq one here for … Looks good deal and tempted but like the look of the benq one here for £125 any suggestions which one.



Its not IPS

Stupid connectors pointing back. Why would you care if it is thin, if you cant put it against a flat wall?

I need a thin monitor to actually save space, not just be stupid and listen to this marketing crap about that thin is cool.
Edited by: "stanlenin" 29th Sep 2016

stanlenin

Stupid connectors pointing back. Why would you care if it is thin, if you … Stupid connectors pointing back. Why would you care if it is thin, if you cant put it against a flat wall?I need a thin monitor to actually save space, not just be stupid and listen to this marketing crap about that thin is cool.



I think it's thin because they don't need to be thick?

​​Guys any recommendations of decent 27 2k or 4k monitor for work within £300?

farazfastian

​​Guys any recommendations of decent 27 2k or 4k monitor for work within £ … ​​Guys any recommendations of decent 27 2k or 4k monitor for work within £300?


this is a decent 2k well within budget. Alternatively AOC do a decent 28" 4k without all that plasticy gaming **** for just shy of £300. amazon.co.uk/AOC…tor

stanlenin

Stupid connectors pointing back. Why would you care if it is thin, if you … Stupid connectors pointing back. Why would you care if it is thin, if you cant put it against a flat wall?I need a thin monitor to actually save space, not just be stupid and listen to this marketing crap about that thin is cool.



It's easy to buy 90 degree elbow connectors so not an end of the world situation.

any suggestions for the most appealing in a looks perspective? slim bezel, nice stand, 27" 1080p and decent enough for pc gaming?

very thin frame but if it's anything like the 2 x 22EA63 I use at work then the image stops about 1cm all round. So it actually looks like it has a much thicker frame than it has when you are using it.
eg. i.imgur.com/Zzq…jpg

This monitor is now £189.

However, the one below is £160
LG 27MP58VQ 27" Full HD IPS Monitor
•27" IPS Panel
•1920 x 1080 Full HD
•5ms Response Time
•HDMI, VGA & DVI-D
•Flicker Safe
ebuyer.com/742…8vq

I need to get a monitor mainly for work. Lots of windows including spreadsheets. May also try to using it for a bit of video editing. Not for gaming. Was planning to go for a 24" IPS that can be had for around £100. Is it worth investing in a 27" IPS FHD instead for a 60% premium? Or stick to a 24"?
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