Acer to release two new H6 Series monitors

Acer-H236HL

The Taiwanese company Acer plans to release two new monitors that will belong to the company’s H6 Series – the 21.5-inch H226HQL and the 23-inch H236HL.

Both newcomers will be based on IPS displays and will come with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and widescreen angles of 178 degrees. Other specs include 100 000 000:1 dynamic contrast, DVI, D-Sub and HDMI ports with the HDMI port also offering MHL interface support for connections to mobile devices. The monitors also feature built-in stereo speakers.

Sadly Acer did not provide information on response time, brightness and static contrast but all these specs will surely become known when the monitors hit the market this month. The Acer H226HQL will cost USD 200, while the 23-inch H236HL will sell for USD 225.


Source: IXBT

Related posts

The Radeon RX 480 has power consumption issues

The Radeon RX 480 has power consumption issues

AMD’s Radeon RX 480 has come with a bug that casts a shadow on the power consumption of the card. Touted as one of the most energy-efficient video cards on the market, the Radeon RX 480 still needs a lot of power – in fact so much power that it does not meet the PCI-E standard...

Panasonic’s 103-inch Plasma, The World’s Largest, Set To Play Prominent Role At Convention

Panasonic’s 103-inch Plasma, The World’s Largest, Set To Play Prominent Role At Convention

Panasonic, the industry leader in HD, will lend its technological expertise to the upcoming Democratic National Convention, August 25-28 in Denver, Colorado. The Democratic National Convention Committee recently named Panasonic the Official HDTV and High Definition Equipment Provider for the...

Intel to release Ivy Bridge-E in Q3 2013

The next generation of Intel’s high-end desktop platform known as Ivy Bridge-E will be released in Q3 2013 according to the latest Intel road map. Thus the arrival of Ivy Bridge-E will come after the launch of Haswell, expected next spring. Intel Haswell will be the next generation Intel...

Leave a comment