Acer H235H: 23-inch Full HD monitor

acer_H223HAvailable in July, the stylish new Acer H235H 23-inch widescreen LCD provides consumers with an excellent picture quality, featuring a 16:9 aspect ratio for maximum HD support and a 1920×1080 resolution. Perfect for viewing high-definition videos, movies and other digital content, the Acer H235H features a fast 2ms response time, 300 cd/m2 brightness and an ultra-high 100,000:1 contrast ratio.

The display also features SensorTouch technology with effortless settings for one-touch convenience. The LED illuminated controls replace the buttons that are standard on many displays. These intuitive controls maintain the product’s streamlined look, while automatically sensing contact with the lightest touch.

Acer H235H

To further enhance the visual experience, the display supports VGA and HDMI as well as DVI with HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) for viewing digital movies, digital photos, PC files and copy protected content. Additionally, the new display offers 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles.

The Acer H235H also comes with two premium speakers for high-performance sound, heightening the gaming and movie viewing experience.

Acer H235H bmid LCD Available in July for MSRP of $239.99

  • 23” widescreen
  • 16:9 aspect ratio
  • 1920 x 1080 resolution (Full HD 1080p support)
  • Inputs: 1xVGA, 1xDVI w/HDCP, 1xHDMI
  • 2ms response time
  • 300 cd/m2brightness
  • 100,000:1 Max (ACM) contrast ratio
  • 160(H) / 160 (V) viewing angle
  • 16.7M color depth
  • Built-in stereo speakers
  • Vista Premium Certified
  • Full HD Ready via HDMI with HDCP
  • ACM & ADM
  • Energy Star Compliant
  • 100mm VESA mount compatible

Source: Acer

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