LCD monitors. We just can’t get enough of them. From the jargon printed colorfully on stickers hugging the side panels, to the detachable stands that come packed snug in their thermacol factions. There are numerous brands, and even more series of product models by those brands. Today we have Acer, a brand we haven't covered recently, thus it will be a refreshing change, let’s see what their 23-incher, the H233H can do to stand out in the crowd.
Design and Features
The stand only allows for the screen to be tilted forward and back, while the back itself is also good looking; not that it matters as it is out of sight. The connectors are bare necessities for an HD multimedia experience, which are one HDMI, one DVI-D (HDCP compatible) and VGA in. There are no USBS ins, no webcam or other fancy stuff, as this monitor is aimed at the segment where HD viewing on a budget is the need of the moment. The monitor has 2-watt speakers, located behind the bezel, though, but their physical attributes alone do not look too promising. A headphone out would have been nice instead of the included audio in, but the former is not there.
The screen is full HD at 1080 x 1920, and true 16:9, so this model takes on the avatar of the new breed of affordable Full HD displays. The brightness is at 300 cd/m2, and contrast ratio is at 40,000:1 dynamic. Response time is standard 5 ms, and the panel is TN panel. Thus viewing angles rating is less at 160/160 degrees. There is one point that needs mention here: the monitor does not swivel left and right.
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