A monitor size for every budget.
Included in all the new models, the Acer eColor Management tool lets users optimize image performance under different viewing scenarios at the touch of a button.
Acer says their S Series of white LED technology monitors consumes up to 68% less power than standard LCD displays. The Acer S235HL 23″ widescreen is just over a half-inch thick with a glossy black bezel, silver stand with ice-blue LED buttons; all the I/O ports are located on the base. It has 1920 x 1080 resolution with 5ms response time one VGA and two HDMI ports with High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) that supports 1080p HD and allows for viewing of digital movies and copy-protected media. The Acer S235HL LCD monitor will be available in April at online retailers and has an MSRP of $219.
Acer is also offering a 20″ version (S200HL) with 1600 x 900 resolution and dual inputs (VGA and DVI) for $139. There are two 23″ versions, the Acer S230HL Abd and Abii with 1920 x 1080 resolution. The S230HL Abd offers two video inputs; one VGA and one DVI (with HDCP). The S230HL Abii has three input ports; one VGA and two HDMI (with HDCP) for viewing 1080p full HD graphics. The S230HL Abd is $169, and the S230HL Abii is $189. The S271HL—27″with 1920 x 1080 resolution has DVI and HDMI ports with HDCP and sells for $329.