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Acer GN246HL Review
Acer is maybe not the first brand you would associate with the challenging field of high-end gaming, however the brand name has had an array of gaming peripherals and desktops for a number of years. It has had a few quite fascinating screens also and this 24” Predator GN246HLBbid (hereafter GN246HL) definitely fits that practice.
This flat panel screen has an LED display, which is the most regularly found display on similar spec computer displays that have been in existence for over a year. Different from most other related spec PC screens that have been accessible for over a year the GN246 is 3D compatible.
The contrast ratio of the GN246 is 100000000:1. That is more than twenty times the contrast ratio of a 5000000:1 LCD display, which is the most regularly found contrast ratio. A 100000000:1 active contrast ratio is in actual fact the finest contrast ratio among all PC screens that have been in existence for the same period as the Acer GN246.
At 350 candelas for every square meter, the Acer GN246 boasts a rather bright display compared to a good number of other PC monitors of an equivalent spec and time to the Acer GN246. The standard display vividness of PC displays of an equivalent spec and age to the Acer GN246 is 270 cd/m², and the display vividness varies from 200 cd/m² to 450 cd/m².
This computer display boasts a graphics resolution of 1920 by 1080, which is the most regularly found graphics resolution on computer displays of a similar age and spec to it. This computer display boasts a 16:9 aspect ratio a common aspect ratio on computer screens of this age and type.
The depths of medium size PC screens that are older than a year vary from 18mm to 450mm, and the standard depth with a stand is 210mm. While compared to other average screen size PC screens that were introduced around the same period, the Acer GN246’ distance downward with stand of just 23.7 millimeters is the lowest.
The Acer GN246 doesn’t have an integrated camera, even though it is worth bearing in mind that nearly all the other flat panel screens of this age and spec as well do not have a fitted camera.
The stand isn’t height-modifiable and a DisplayPort connector is missing, leaving you with just a dual-link DVI to benefit from the guaranteed high frame speeds. Obviously HDMI and VGA are as well present, however rather ineffective if you would like to get pleasure from all that this monitor has to offer.
The Acer GN2446HL is an exceptionally responsive screen which will be good for gaming. Professionals and gamers alike would almost certainly benefit from using this screen. With just 1ms reaction time and 144Hz refresh speed, the images show right away on the monitor and just your reflexes will move whilst playing your much loved action games. If you at present have a 60Hz screen, you will see the remarkable difference with this 144Hz screen. The wide watching angle will ensure that the picture quality is maintained even while watching it from the side.