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Acer M200A


$230.00 Released July, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good price for a small TV, nice value. Can be viewed from a fairly wide angle, don't have to worry about positioning around the room. Small enough for a small or cluttered space.

The Cons:Doesn't swivel back and forth on the stand, fairly rigid.

The Acer M200A is a low-end to mid-range 20" LCD high definition computer monitor/television with a native resolution of 1600 x 900. It features a 1000:1 contrast ratio, horizontal/vertical viewing angles of 160°/160°, a typical brightness of 300 nits and a 5ms response time.

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The M200A also features an NTSC analogue and ATSC/Clear QAM digital TV tuner as well as two integrated 5 Watt speakers.

The M200A's 5ms response time greatly reduces blurring and ghosting that can occur during faster action scenes on 60Hz monitors with higher response times, making it well-suited for video games, sports and action movies. Its NTSC analogue and ATSC/Clear QAM digital TV tuner allows the M200A to handle any type of cable signal, even unscrambled digital signals. Meanwhile, the M220A's two integrated 5 Watt speakers allow it to function as a television set right out of the box.

Features

  • 20" HD LCD TN panel @ 1600x900
  • 1000:1 contrast ratio
  • 5ms response time
  • Brightness (typical): 300 nits
  • Horizontal/Vertical Viewing Angles: 160°/160°
  • NTSC analogue and ATSC/Clear QAM digital TV tuner
  • 2 integrated 5 Watt speakers
  • Inputs: 3x HDMI, 2x component, 1x VGA

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    good price for a small TV, nice value

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    can be viewed from a fairly wide angle, don't have to worry about positioning around the room

  • 1

    small enough for a small or cluttered space

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    variety of types of inputs to cover most people's needs

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    setup is fairly easy, tuner gets all the stations quickly and doesn't seem to miss anything

  • 1

    good clarity and resolution, everything looks sharp

Cons
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    doesn't swivel back and forth on the stand, fairly rigid

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