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Acer HN274H


$690.00 Released May, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:120Hz refresh - 3D capable and fast refresh for gamers. Includes a pair of Nvidia 3D Vision glasses - a $149 value. 1080p resolution - good for HD gaming and media playback.

The Cons:High price point. Poor off-angle viewing - common for TN based displays. 16:9 aspect ratio - poor next to the older, now professional 16:10 standard, too wide for common computer tasks such as browsing and working with documents.

The HN274H is a widescreen LCD display from Acer that offers a step-up from the company's HS244HQ model. Offering three-dimensional content playback via NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology, this model features a 27-inch backlit TFT display for high-definition viewing.

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A single HDMI 3D port is provided for connectivity of compatible Blu-Ray disc players and digital cable/satellite television boxes, with an infrared transmitter built in to communicate with NVIDIA's stereoscopic glasses (also included). Three additional HDMI ports enable synchronization of other devices including laptop computers and video cameras, alongside DVI and VGA jacks for further video options. A two-milisecond refresh rate helps to reduce the likelihood of blurring and color streaking common to fast-paced content, working alongside a 100,000,000 (one-hundred million) to 1 dynamic contrast ratio to provide truly vivid picture quality. A three-year parts and labor warranty is included. 

Features

  • Matte Black aesthetic
  • 27-inch backlit LCD display
  • NVIDIA 3D Vision support
  • HDMI 3D compatibility 
  • 100,000,000-to-1 contrast ratio
  • 1920x1080 HD resolution 
  • 1xVGA, 1xDVI, 3xHDMI video inputting 
  • Includes NVIDIA stereoscopic glasses 

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Pros
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    120Hz refresh - 3D capable and fast refresh for gamers

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    includes a pair of Nvidia 3D Vision glasses - a $149 value

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    1080p resolution - good for HD gaming and media playback

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    dual digital inputs - DVI and HDMI

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    includes all the required signal cables in the box

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    large 27" size

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    good 2D and 3D image

Cons
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    high price point

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    poor off-angle viewing - common for TN based displays

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    16:9 aspect ratio - poor next to the older, now professional 16:10 standard, too wide for common computer tasks such as browsing and working with documents

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