Join the realm of excitement with Acer KB272HL Hbi Full HD display, which provides an unprecedented viewing experience. A wide 27″ screen offers a beautiful 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution with outstanding detail! Using AMD Radeon tech, the frame rate of the game is dictated by the graphics card, not the set refresh rate of the display, giving you a significant competitive advantage.
Crystal, true-to-life colors come alive in FHD 1080p resolution. Movies and games look more real and dramatic, and tiny information and text are visible with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 with a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Tell “goodbye” to crying and tearing. Acer KB272HL Hbi gaming monitor comes with AMD RADEON FREESYNC technology, hence, the frames of the display are matched with the graphics card frames, removing screen tears and offering the smoothest gameplay experience.
The sleek architecture means that the display looks fantastic and that it suits nicely in areas of every scale. The zero frame architecture allows full view of the screen from edge to edge, while the trendy foundation, with its concentric circle pattern, looks fantastic anywhere it is mounted.
Quick reaction time 1ms improved gamers’ in-game experience. No matter how fast-moving the movement or any dramatic changes, they can both be smoothly affected without the distracting effects of tingling or ghosting.
Test the working angle that better fits you with a screen that tilts from-5 to 20 degrees. These displays are often wall-mountable, allowing you a direct view with more space.
The Acer KB272HL Hbi has a refresh rate of 75Hz which ramps up frames per second to produce seamless 2D motion scenes. With a high refresh rate of 75Hz, Acer Monitors shorten the time needed for frame rendering, reduce the input lag and provide gamers with an outstanding in-game experience.
Acer BlueLightShield decreases the intensity level to blue light, which may theoretically inflict long-term eye harm, by changing colour and brightness.
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My Honest Review on Acer KB272HL Hbi Monitor
I’m a software developer and wanted an extra large display for my new home office (seems many of us has one these days…). Complete disclosure: I’m not a gamer. I’m not playing football, I have little confidence in wild frame rates and mind-boggling image quality, and I’m going to warn you right now that this monitor is definitely not ideal for gaming.
This analysis concerns the effectiveness of the display for function (and in my case, reading and writing tons of code for 10-14 hours per day).
SET UP: That said the Acer KB272HL Hbi monitor is great for what I do, which includes manipulating broad IDEs, flipping through loads of order prompts, scanning text walls. I was happily shocked that the setup was practically zero. When the display came, I was able to attach to my Dell Latitude, and within 5 minutes I had a nice dual screen system.
I haven’t tested it with my other machines (Macbook and Pixelbook), but no driver installation is needed, so I expect it to operate out of the box as well.
QUALITIES: The image of the photo is transparent and actually very strong. By quite good” I say, I can search more than 10,000 lines of code, and all is perfectly readable and transparent. I may even evaluate the webpages that I am creating, and I have no trouble finding the little information and distinctions that apply.
The Acer KB272HL Hbi isn’t a super ‘crisp’ display, but do you really expect that at this price?
I’m puzzled about the brightness complaints-a there’s brightness setting on the display… I’m curious whether those writing bad feedback are private. The display can be really bright-I’d claim it’s equivalent to maximum visibility on just about every normal device in 2020.
HARDWARE: The Acer KB272HL Hbi monitor comes with a stand-you should move the device to a single axis: point it up/down. This is all right for me; I can capture the angle I like. It looks like it’s installed on the rear, but there’s no hardware in it and it wasn’t promised anyway). It’s difficult, and it doesn’t seem like it’s going to come crashing down on my keyboard some time soon, so I’m pretty pleased with it.
The power adapter is a basic wire, no adapter, no transformer or whatever. It’s beautiful.
Consider the included connecting cable-VGA-to-VGA, it’s which is effectively useless with modern machines, especially laptops. The display has an HDMI input, so be sure to catch whatever sort of connector you need for your device (e.g. HDMI-to-USB-C for newer Macbooks, HDMI-to-HDMI for Dell, etc).
FINAL VERDICT on Acer KB272HL Hbi monitor : Look, if this is what you need for work or education, go for it. It’s a legitimately Decent monitor, and I confess I was really doubtful when I bought it. I’ve come to the conclusion that with these displays, you don’t really need to invest buckets of money unless you need an outstanding resolution/crystal picture, either for gaming or graphic design. Otherwise, order it. Close the other 1,000 tabs of the other monitors that you’ve opened, and only pick this one if you find you have the same needs as I do-the it’s real thing, it operates, and it’s pretty damn nice at that.