Acer plans two new monitor lines – B6 and V6

The Taiwanese hardware maker Acer plans to release two new monitor lines – the B6 and the V6.

The V6 line will include monitors with screens between 17 inches and 27 inches, while the B6 series will offer models that sport displays between 19 and 27 inches. B6 displays will support up to 1920 x 1080 pixels and will pack USB 3.0 support, MHL and Acer’s own ComfyView technology for better display picture. The B6 monitors will also be fully adjustable.

Not much is known about the V6 series except that it will have LED displays operating at 1920 x 1080 pixels. A nice peculiarity of the two new lines is that they both will be ecological and will be made out of recycled plastic.

Pricing and market availability are unknown.


Source: Acer

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