Acer H277HK 27" IPS LED ZeroFrame 4K Monitor £299.98 @ Ebuyer
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Acer H277HK 27" IPS LED ZeroFrame 4K Monitor £299.98 @ Ebuyer

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Found 22nd Jan
Looks pretty decent to me

- 27" IPS Display
- 3840 x 2160 Resolution
- ZeroFrame Design
- DVI, HDMI & DisplayPort
- Wide Viewing Angle
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Good price but be aware this is the cheaper kmidpx model which has the black back panel the more expensive model Kmipuz has a white back panel.

Kmipuz model has USB3.1 Type C, USB3.0 Hub(1Up2Down).

The white one also has no DVI input so you can also tell the difference that way.


The screen is the same panel however. I just say this because if you look this up on amazon at the 389 price and think his is a bargain well its not its a different model. That is not to say 299 is a bad price just be aware there are two models of this monitor. you are saving about 20-40 pounds no idea where e-buyer is getting the 479 from I think they must have this mixed up with the other model
Edited by: "Redscoped" 22nd Jan
Do they understand what zero means? Is next one going to be minus bezel?
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Any code please? Pm
Had the 1080p version of this. Excellent monitor for gaming and general use
I have exact same monitor. Excellent IPS panel. It's 8bit+FCR panel. Mainly using for gaming and spread sheet work.
Good price but be aware this is the cheaper kmidpx model which has the black back panel the more expensive model Kmipuz has a white back panel.

Kmipuz model has USB3.1 Type C, USB3.0 Hub(1Up2Down).

The white one also has no DVI input so you can also tell the difference that way.


The screen is the same panel however. I just say this because if you look this up on amazon at the 389 price and think his is a bargain well its not its a different model. That is not to say 299 is a bad price just be aware there are two models of this monitor. you are saving about 20-40 pounds no idea where e-buyer is getting the 479 from I think they must have this mixed up with the other model
Edited by: "Redscoped" 22nd Jan
60hz
Impressive brightness 350cd/m2. Stand can't be switched out from what I can tell (no VESA compatibility), and only does Tilt.

Great price.
Redscoped50 m ago

Good price but be aware this is the cheaper kmidpx model which has the …Good price but be aware this is the cheaper kmidpx model which has the black back panel the more expensive model Kmipuz has a white back panel. Kmipuz model has USB3.1 Type C, USB3.0 Hub(1Up2Down). The white one also has no DVI input so you can also tell the difference that way.The screen is the same panel however. I just say this because if you look this up on amazon at the 389 price and think his is a bargain well its not its a different model. That is not to say 299 is a bad price just be aware there are two models of this monitor. you are saving about 20-40 pounds no idea where e-buyer is getting the 479 from I think they must have this mixed up with the other model


So £90 more for a USB hub, a DVI input, and a white plastic back plate?
Glix44 m ago

So £90 more for a USB hub, a DVI input, and a white plastic back plate?


Yes but the USB Port 3.1 Type C is for MAC devices more than Windows machines. If you are going to be using this with a MAC book or other apple product then you ideally need to get the more expensive model. If your using windows well its nice but wont make as much difference to be honest.

The Acer H7 Series comes equipped with a new USB 3.1 (Gen1) Type C port* to enhance the efficiency and productivity you need on the move. USB 3.1 (Gen1) Type C allows ultra fast transfer of power, high speed data, audio transfer and powerful mobile phone recharging functionality with just one port.
Do they understand what zero means? Is next one going to be minus bezel?
henlaaz2 h, 44 m ago

60hz


That's almost exactly between A# and B.
Looks like my zero frame AOC, insofar as it has the same 1cm bezel between the screen and the edge
Looks decent otherwise though
I have the 1440p version of this monitor - it's excellent.

Not sure I'd want to go to 4K on anything less than 32" personally, but the quality is great.
spannerzone14 h, 6 m ago

Looks like my zero frame AOC, insofar as it has the same 1cm bezel between …Looks like my zero frame AOC, insofar as it has the same 1cm bezel between the screen and the edge Looks decent otherwise though


The bezel is about 6mm, not 1cm.
Can anyone please confirm if It's 100% sRGB ?
Anyone can comment on the display quality vs the LG 27UD59p which seems the most obvious alternative at 289.99 at the moment
Edited by: "gm89uk" 24th Jan
I ordered it and have played around with it a little bit. So far I like it. No dead pixels, and 4K and HD movies look good. Windows 10 defaults to 150% scaling which is perfect for me - it more or less matches the 27" WQHD monitor I've moved from. Speakers are ok for what they are. In terms of what others say about the size, it's nice. It's actually usable at native resolution, but only just. It's much better with the 150% scaling. Overall so far I'm pleased with this purchase. Minor niggle would be a desktop OSD application for it, but otherwise it looks great
AbooAayan23rd Jan

Can anyone please confirm if It's 100% sRGB ?


It is.
This v the lg?

Also whats its gaming performance like? Response times?

...i cant seem to find any reviews.
Edited by: "luke_91uk" 26th Jan
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