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Acer ED246Ybix 23.8" Monitor - ZeroFrame, 4ms, VGA & HDMI Monitor £78.70 @ Ebuyer / Ebay
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Acer ED246Ybix 23.8" Monitor - ZeroFrame, 4ms, VGA & HDMI Monitor £78.70 @ Ebuyer / Ebay

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Posted 26th Feb

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Good low price using code PAID20 at checkout.

- 1920 x 1080 Full HD
- VGA & HDMI
- 75Hz / 4ms Response Time
- Panel Type: PLS
- ZeroFrame design

Full HD display
ED246 brings users into a perfect colorful world in Full HD 1920 x 1080, and provides the finest natural and sharp original quality with PLS panel and 100,000,000:1 contrast ratio.

BlueLightShield
Acer BlueLightShield reduces the exposure ratio of blue light, which can potentially cause long-term eye damage, by adjusting color hue and brightness.

Plane to Line Switching technology
Advanced liquid crystal formula for advanced PLS technology for premium color performance, which has no color difference at any viewing angle

ZeroFrame design
The "ZeroFrame" design maximizes the view and minimizes visual clutter with a bezel so thin you barely notice it.

Feature Highlights

Unlimited View

- Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution
- Zero Frame design maximizes your viewing experience

Great visuals

- PLS technology
- 178° Wide viewing angle

Better your eyes

- Acer Flicker-less technology
- BlueLight Shield technology
- Acer ComfyView Display
- 5 to 15 degree tilted angle for the comfortable viewing
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The people want a vesa compatible monitor
Jammytoastt__26/02/2020 19:26

The people want a vesa compatible monitor


I have this monitor and can confirm it's compatible with 75 x75mm VESA. You need to take off part of the back panel to disconnect the stand if you want to mount it though. If you zoom in and look closely at the images of the back of the monitor you can see the holes for the screws on either side of the arm for the stand.
Is this a decent entry level spec for gaming?
£125, code takes off £25. Have I missed something, or has this gone back up in price?
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