Acer ET271bi 27" FHD IPS Zeroframe Monitor £119.99 @ eBuyer
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Acer ET271bi 27" FHD IPS Zeroframe Monitor £119.99 @ eBuyer

£119.99Ebuyer Deals
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Found 2nd May
This has beenposted here for £129.99 few weeks ago. Reduced further £10 now.

Yes, Resolution Matters

Enjoy the crispness of 1080P Full HD resolution with the ET1 series monitor.
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ZeroFrameTM* Design

The ZeroFrameTM design makes for a near-seamless look, allowing you to see more of what matters most: the screen.

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Acer BlueLightShieldTMAcer

BlueLightShieldTM technology reduces the exposure of blue light, which can be potentially harmful, by adjusting color hue and brightness.

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Acer FlickerlessTM

Acer FlickerlessTM technology eliminates screen flickering by providing a stable supply of power to the display.


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Acer ComfyViewTM

Acer ComfyViewTM technology reduces the amount of light being reflected on your display for more comfortable viewing in various settings.


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Wide Viewing Angle

Acers Wide Viewing Angle feature displays color accurately at viewing angles of up to 178° so that no matter where you choose to view it from, it will display colors perfectly.


Technical Specifications


Display

  • 27" Screen
  • LED Backlight
  • IPS Panel
  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD
  • 4ms Response time
  • 60Hz refresh rate
  • 16:9 Aspect ratio
  • 16.7m Colour Support
  • 300 cd/m² brightness
  • 100,000,000:1 Contrast ratio
  • 178° horizontal / 178° vertical viewing angle


Connectivity

  • 1 x VGA
  • 1 x HDMI


Features

  • Flicker-Free
  • Wall Mountable


Dimensions

  • 61.2 x 46.4 x 23.0 mm
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Top comments
tawse572 m ago

Is that a bad thing?


Not to most people, but as it says Zeroframe in the title it's useful and relevant information to point out that it has a frame.
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Despite the efforts that the above photos go to, to conceal it, this monitor most definitely DOES have a frame!
Just go to the ebuyer website and it becomes very apparent.
pete_l12 m ago

Despite the efforts that the above photos go to, to conceal it, this …Despite the efforts that the above photos go to, to conceal it, this monitor most definitely DOES have a frame!Just go to the ebuyer website and it becomes very apparent.



Is that a bad thing?
tawse572 m ago

Is that a bad thing?


Not to most people, but as it says Zeroframe in the title it's useful and relevant information to point out that it has a frame.
1080p at 27 inch is a no no for me personally. Price is pretty good though. Not votign either way as wouldn't buy.
looks a decent price for a large budget monitor, reviews are good.
Does everyone need a 4K monitor? I suspect not - aren't they considerably more expensive anyhow?
tawse5729 m ago

Does everyone need a 4K monitor? I suspect not - aren't they considerably …Does everyone need a 4K monitor? I suspect not - aren't they considerably more expensive anyhow?


Does anyone need 1080p? No, you want 1080p but you don't actually need it
Thanks OP, tempted to get a pair of these.
1080 is good for me - I am getting old!
Do I need Excel and outlook in 4k? Nope. 1080p will more than suffice.

Seems like a good deal to me, plus can you even notice any difference in dpi on a monitor this size? I'm not sure you can.
The pictures above perhaps aren't the best, as you can't see the entire monitor.

Here's some from the ebuyer page: 33732259-VRgpW.jpg
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Yeh there's clearly a frame. 'Near' in regards to seamless is a blatant lie. Why even bother
33732599-cjHAt.jpgI got the QHD version with USB C and display port for £199 and the frame looks okay.
Beautiful
gx3k3 h, 0 m ago

[Image] I got the QHD version with USB C and display port for £199 and the …[Image] I got the QHD version with USB C and display port for £199 and the frame looks okay.


Was the dog included or extra? Because I want 144hz but the dog is adorable and would sway me.
Suerte54 m ago

Was the dog included or extra? Because I want 144hz but the dog is …Was the dog included or extra? Because I want 144hz but the dog is adorable and would sway me.



The dog does not look impressed with the monitor, she prefers treats.

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I think this is an excellent price for what you get, I'm happy with my 27" 1080P screen - it's quite usable but of course others may want 4K and pay more.

I dislike the trend of calling monitors zeroframe when they have a frigging thick frame.

I tried telling the police officer I was zerodrunk after I was caught urinating on the council office rose garden, he didn't accept my product description.
Having just watched a review on YouTube and looked at the pictures, the buttons are on the back of this at the right hand side.
I can't see how that would work well on a dual screen setup
Amazon has price matched in case you want to avoid the delights of Ebuyer's customer service
M_z13 h, 58 m ago

Not to most people, but as it says Zeroframe in the title it's useful and …Not to most people, but as it says Zeroframe in the title it's useful and relevant information to point out that it has a frame.


+1

If it wasn't for a frame, I would've assumed the displayed magically levitated.
The only thing thats Bezel-less these days is the Happy Mondays
Deal expired, but voted hot. A good deal for a thin bezelled monitor, despite being 1080P.

A decent 1440P, 27" ultra-thin bezel monitor would cost circa £300 nowadays. Take the Dell U2715H for example.



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