Composed by BE240Y, BE270U and BE270UA models, this new series of monitors offers crisp images with resolutions FHD and WQHD and up to 178 degree viewing angles.


The new series of monitors BEO just presented Acerwith 24 inch IPS panel FHD and 27 "WQHD, offer full coverage sRGB color multi-screen capability and six-axis setting to support up to three additional monitors, thanks to its design 'ZeroFrame' without frames, among other innovations especially indicated for professional video editing, image, web designers, etc.

Acer-beoFor Jaume pauses, marketing manager of Acer, these monitors "provide images of great beauty in a design, economical, energy-efficient and full of possibilities. In addition to optimizing the viewing comfort, offer an incredible capacity multi-tasking 'picture in picture' and 'multistreaming' to increase productivity.

In this sense, the multistream technology supports up to three additional monitors over a single cable connected to a video Center or screens connected via DisplayPort, which thanks to the design without frame ZeroFrame Professional provides a fluid vision and continuous between all connected systems.

Acer BE270U and BE27UA have a sheen of 3.502 cd/m2 and 17.7 million colors, while the BE240Y model supports up to 2,502 cd/m2, and all offer a maximum contrast of 100,000,000: 1 and response time 6ms ratio to show images of high quality and sharpness.

Acer-beoIn terms of connectivity, including HDMI, DisplayPort (v1.2), Mini DisplayPort, DisplayPort salida+SPK and a Center three connectors (1up/4 down) to connect additional peripherals, USB input, and equipped with two 2W speakers.

To help reduce eye fatigue, these systems integrate the technology EyeProtect, with numerous characteristics that take into account the long-term use by programmers, graphic designers, etc.

A multifunctional and ergonomic base tilts from 5 to 35 °, up to 60 ° and broken tour more than 90 °, with a design to easily separate the monitor from its base, so used with Vesa wall mount and save space on the desktop.

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By • 11 Oct, 2016
• Section: Thoroughly, Display