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Acer T231H


$329.99 Released June, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Display can be tilted back much further than standard screens or touchscreens, increases comfort. USB connection to a desktop enables gesture controls for navigation, much more convenient than mouse and keyboard for some uses. Consistently good contrast performance for a touchscreen.

The Cons:On-screen touch keyboard has keys that are too small and most users will just want to use a standard keyboard. Highly reflective glossy screen sometimes produces too much glare. Vertical viewing angle is diminished by reflections from overhead lights.

The Acer T231H is a mid-range 23" widescreen TFT LCD 1080p capacitive touchscreen monitor with Energy Star certification. It features an 80,000:1 contrast ratio, 2ms grey-to-grey response time and 300 nits of brightness.

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Additionally, the T231H sports HDMI, VGA and DVI video inputs as well as built-in stereo speakers and a 3-year limited warranty.

The T231H's touchscreen capability allows users to navigate their Windows laptops and desktop PC's with familiar touch-based gestures while its ability to be tilted backward and adjusted from 5 to 60 degrees offers more comfortable use. Its 80,000:1 contrast ratio provides the T231H with deeper blacks and brighter whites for a more vivid overall picture. Meanwhile, the T231H's 2ms grey-to-grey response time ensures smooth performance and reduced ghosting and blurring with fast media such as video games.

Features

  • 23" widescreen TFT LCD 1080p capacitive touchscreen
  • 80,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 2ms grey-to-grey response time
  • 300 nits of brightness
  • HDMI, VGA and DVI video inputs
  • Built-in stereo speakers
  • Adjustable from 5 to 60 degrees
  • 3-year limited warranty

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    Display can be tilted back much further than standard screens or touchscreens, increases comfort

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    USB connection to a desktop enables gesture controls for navigation, much more convenient than mouse and keyboard for some uses

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    Consistently good contrast performance for a touchscreen

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    Vivid colour output compared to other such monitors

Cons
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    On-screen touch keyboard has keys that are too small and most users will just want to use a standard keyboard

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    Highly reflective glossy screen sometimes produces too much glare

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    Vertical viewing angle is diminished by reflections from overhead lights

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    Price is high compared to non-touchscreen monitors with similar specs, and the added utility increase is marginal

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