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Acer Rolling Out the S275HLbmii 27-Inch Monitor

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Acer is currently making the final arrangements for the retail release of a new S Series monitor, the 27-inch S275HLbmii. This model features a slim casing with a Zero Frame design, a glossy black bezel, an asymmetrical stand, an IPS panel with a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, LED backlighting, a 6 ms response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 100,000,000:1, and one D-Sub plus two HDMI connectors.

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most are gonna be pissed coz of the resolution... :)
 
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Ehh seems like too much for ^ 1920 x 1080 IPS. I also don't like these monitor designs where the ports are on the stand.. Generally means no ability for a VESA mount.
 
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most are gonna be pissed coz of the resolution... :)
obviously 27" for 1920 x 1080 is ridicolous ,is like i go to bring a ferrari with motor of a lotus elise xd 27 is to be a real 27 resolution not a zoom of a 22".
 

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I'm more annoyed with the 6 ms response time, i mean what's up with that? I would rather have 5 ms response time.
 
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Looks like an iPad.
 

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It's not a bad looking monitor, but it is pricey for 1080p.
Give it a couple of months and it will probably be down around $275.
 
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I'm more annoyed with the 6 ms response time, i mean what's up with that? I would rather have 5 ms response time.
You can ignore things like response time and contrast ratio if they are product descriptions from the company.
 
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Behold the wondrous Full sHiD resolution! Can you believe we've gotten this far in technology? I can't wait to build a time machine and go to the futuristic world of the 1990s, and be able to buy myself one of these that pulls 2048x1920 at 63 Hz! Man, when I get one of those I'm gonna blow my friggin' mind all over it!
 
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