Wednesday, April 18th 2012

Acer Rolls Out the HN274HBbmiiid 27-inch 3D Monitor

Acer has this week announced the European release of its HN274HBbmiiid 3D monitor featuring support for NVIDIA's 3D LightBoost technology. This 27-inch display has a 120 Hz Full HD (1920 x 1080) panel, a built-in IR receiver, an LED backlight, a 2 ms response time, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 (DCR is 100,000,000:1), 300 cd/m2 maximum brightness, and D-Sub, DVI and triple HDMI connectors.

The HN274HBbmiiid comes bundled with a pair of NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 glasses and can be found selling for € 474.99.
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11 Comments on Acer Rolls Out the HN274HBbmiiid 27-inch 3D Monitor

#1
hhumas
its too much expensive in this price i can buy 2 or 3 lcd monitor in my country
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#4
THE_EGG
Wow, if i was looking at this type of monitor I'll take the BenQ XL2420TX anyday thanks. Undercuts this in price and well, at least imo, its a better screen too.
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#5
Completely Bonkers
Usually, I would repeat the call for higher quality, higher resolution, higher pixel density TFTs, and lambast such an offering as this.

But today I won't. I'll post a picture instead.

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#6
Octavean
The ASUS VG Series VG278H 27” monitor goes for ~$700 USD so € 474.99 is a little cheaper at about ~$620 USD. These type of monitors are not without flaw though, best to let them get sorted first,....

There are cheaper 23" 3D monitors too,....
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#7
Zudeo
I think it needs more i's in the model name.
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#8
fullhd99
oh my god still use resolution 1920x1080p
ihope use 2560x1440 for 3D :D
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#10
Wile E
Power User
by: mastrdrver
If I'm not mistaken, you can blame HDMI. With the 1.4a standard that just came out, it barely has enough bandwidth for this resolution/frequency.
It's a computer monitor. We have Dual link DVI and Displayport at our disposal.
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#11
3870x2
by: Wile E
It's a computer monitor. We have Dual link DVI and Displayport at our disposal.
Still that would explain why they are holding back.

I just hooked up my first Displayport yesterday, and HDMI is more mainstream than DVI, for casuals anyway.
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