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Acer Launches H6 Series LED-Backlit Monitors

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Acer launches the H6 Series LED-backlit monitors, featuring a built-in Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) that directly synchronizes and displays content from any MHL supported mobile devices. This single connection allows users to extend the audio and visual enjoyment for a larger display, as well as easy mobile device control.

    The H6 Series comes in two sizes: 21.5-inch (H226HQL) and 23-inch (H236HL), with both models featuring 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution and an IPS wide viewing angel panel that can achieve up to 178 degrees, enabling users to view the monitor from different positions without compromising clear imagery and rich details.

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    H6 Series displays feature a stylish brushed hairline finish for a simple, yet delicate aesthetic appeal, and allows users to tilt from -5 to 15-degree for a more comfortable viewing experience. Furthermore, its special 'zero frame' design enhances the visual experience without boundaries, and is a perfect fit for the latest PC.

    Acer's H6 Series not only offers an HDMI port with MHL feature, but DVI and VGA ports are also included to provide users with more digital connectivity options. With built-in dual speakers, sharp color image quality in Full-HD resolution and a 100 million:1 contrast ratio, the H6 Series monitors optimize and deliver a more enjoyable viewing experience.

    The H6 Series will start shipping in November, 2012.
     
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    Did that model have her 3 year old daughter draw her eye makeup?
     
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    She just looks miserable to me. Totally a downer on the product when the model looks like she's suppressing a hissy fit.
     
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    Maybe she just knows something about computers and realizes that the monitor she's trying to help advertise isn't worth used toilet paper.
     
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    Best geeky comments ever!
     
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    Oh my god you people. We should really move to the 21th century, booth babes and models for selling stuff got old decades ago.
     
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    Now we've moved on to booth dudes.
     
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    Polar winter in Sweden?? :slap:
     
  10. Frick

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    More like booth salespeople should be where we're at. I understand sex sells but this just adds to the "commodification of the female body" as somebody put it. We should be professional about it.

    EDIT: 10 posts and not a single one about 1080! That has got to be a new record. :toast:
     
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    But then what would all these poor svelte Asian ladies do for a living? They're getting paid to stand around and be pretty. Sounds like a nice gig to me. :pimp:
     
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    And being groped, getting lewd suggestions, handing out stuff, always smiling manically, murdering their feet with 15 inch heels in a hot hall with thousands of people etc etc. It's most likely not a "nice gig". And think about how they have to maintain themselves and their looks. They don't just show up and stand around.
     
  13. hellrazor

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    Of course. How selfish of me. Let's do all the things that YOU want to do.

    That's what I was referring to with this:
     
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    Clearly my sarcasm didn't transfer from my head to the text. :wtf:
     

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