Acer releases dual-use multi touch 23-inch monitor


Acer has come up with a new multi touch 23-inch monitor that can be used as a computer monitor or a big tablet. The Acer T232HLbmidz is based on an E-IPS display and works at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) while offering great power efficiency – the monitor needs just 24.5 watts of power to operate and 0.5 watts in stand by mode.

The Acer T232HLbmidz also features 100 000 000 : 1 dynamic contrast ratio (1000:1 static contrast ratio), 5 ms of response time, 250 cd/m2 of brightness and 178-degree viewing angles. The T232HLbmidz offers three integrated USB 3.0 ports, built-in speakers and D-Sub, DVI and HDMI ports in addition to a VESA mounting system. Users can also tilt the display up to 60 degrees backwards.

The multi touch monitor is best used with Windows 8. As to pricing it will sell for GBP 390 in the UK, which amounts to USD 628. The Acer T232HLbmidz offers 3 years of warranty.


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