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Acer H233H bmid 23-Inch Widescreen LCD Display (Black)

by Acer

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  • Acer 23-inch H233H Widescreen LCD Monitor General Features: Color: Gloss Black Elegant design
  • Screen size: 23-inch Aspect ratio: 16:9 Full High Definition Panel technology: TN + Film
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz Brightness: 300 cd/m2 Contrast: 40000:1, 80000:1
  • Viewing angle: 170 (H), 160 (V) CR 10:1, 176 (H), 176 (V) CR 5:1 Response time: 2 ms
  • Tilt/Swivel/Pivot: Tilt: -5 ~15
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Product Details

User's Guide [425kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 23.8 x 5.8 x 18.8 inches ; 15.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15.9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001OD76RW
  • Item model number: H233H bmid
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,283 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 12, 2009

Product Description

Product Description

The H233H bmid LCD is designed for High-Definition with a stunning 1920 x 1080 resolution.

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Combining stylish functionality with powerful graphics performance, the 23-inch Acer H233H bmid LCD monitor provides a full 1080p high-def resolution (1920 x 1080) for watching your favorite movies or playing immersive 3D games in stunning detail. You'll be able to maximize device compatibility with three video inputs, including HDMI with the supplied cable.

The 40,000:1 contrast ratio radiates the brightest whites and deepest blacks providing exceptional viewing definition to all your content. A quick 5ms response time reduces deviations in transition time to deliver high-quality moving images for more enjoyable movies. The HDMI input with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) supports 1080p HD and allows for viewing of digital movies and copy-protected media.

Two built-in speakers deliver powerful audio bringing games, movies and music to life. Acer eColor Management lets you optimize image performance under different viewing scenarios at the touch of a button. Stylish,this LCD monitor is designed to meet Energy Star standards, helping you reduce energy costs and conserve energy.

Specifications

  • Size: 23-inch widescreen TFT LCD
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels (60Hz)
  • Dynamic contrast ratio: 40,000:1
  • Viewing angles: 160 degrees horizontal; 160 degrees vertical
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (candela per square meter)
  • Response time: 5ms (milliseconds)
  • Color support: 16.7 million
  • Color saturation: 72 percent NTSC
  • Video inputs: HDMI, DVI (HDCP), VGA
  • Speakers: Two 1.5W integrated speakers (3W total power)
  • Tilting stand: Yes
  • Detachable stand: Yes
  • Dimensions: 21.7 x 16.1 x 6.8 inches (WxHxD)
  • Weight: 10.8 pounds
  • Energy Star: Yes
  • Warranty: Three-year parts and labor limited warranty

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The images, texts are very clear and sharp.
Oktay Arslan
That is easily worked around by hooking it up either VGA or DVI and using the supplied audio cable.
Ben Overholt
I purchased this product from a local Best Buy after doing some online research for it.
K. McCall

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

108 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Vlad G VINE VOICE on April 1, 2009
As many today's "cheap and fast" LCD monitors this one is a 6 bit screen. This said it can only produce 262,144 exact colors - and do this very fast.
Other 16,515,072 colors are produced using very sophisticated Hi-FRC time-based dithering algorithm, that actually flicks monitor dot slightly at very high frequency.
Most people do not notice HFRC dithering and it does not create any inconvenience for computer related activities or for watching movies or for playing games. Nevertheless Hi-FRC systems visibly change colors shade depending on screen tilt.

So if you are buying this screen for editing images (and I mean at least PhotoShop or Gimp here) or any other application that requires correct color representation you should consider more expensive 8 bit screen.

With exception of this detail the monitor is real value for money.

It should be mentioned that HDMI input and built-in speakers open couple of interesting capabilities for this product.
For example, using (included!) HDMI cable you can easily use it as a monitor for X-Box, PS-3 (but not for Wii) or DVD player with HDMI output. Or you can connect it to your cable provider hi-def box therefore instantly converting monitor to small HDTV. The only problem is quality of integrated speakers - see below.

Well, I am still using it as a computer monitor, connected by (included!) DVI cable and pretty happy with the image quality. The screen is sharp, bright and I do not have a single dead pixel (but your mileage may vary, of course). Oh, and they include the VGA cable too, just in case.

Other pleasant details are touch controls instead of buttons and a special control for fast switching between Text, Game, Cinema and User monitor profiles.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Rhys Williams on February 21, 2009
I bought this last week at a local Best Buy. I've used it for word processing, PPT and Photoshop, as well as for watching movies & TV shows on iTunes. Performance has been excellent, images sharp, colors more accurate than my aged eyes can measure. I haven't tried the speakers.

It plugged right in to my MacBook and worked without a hitch. I didn't bother with the enclosed CD. All necessary cables were supplied in the box.

Would I buy it again? Yes.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Murugeyson on March 2, 2009
I don't have much of a in depth knowledge about monitors, I just bought this at best buy after seeing the price was the same online and CNET had good things to say about this one.

And I'm not disappointed, it worked like a charm out of box (but that's expected I guess). What wasn't was, the inbuilt speaker and the touch sensitive buttons. Agreed both are not big selling points but was nevertheless nice touches.

The pictures look good and crisp and it has the highest resolution in that range (1920 x 1080 / 75 Hz)

And it has loads of inputs (DVI,HDMI and normal VGA) plus it come with all the cables (Very impressed)
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39 of 45 people found the following review helpful By William on April 3, 2009
This monitor is so good. As you may know, there is a zombie apocalypse going on and four brave warriors are struggling to take out these cursed undead. I was using my old 19" 4:3 LCD with 20,000:1 contrast ratio to view my remote avatar as he battled out the good fight.

But upon getting this new monitor it is like Paul on the road to Damascus - clearly I was blind before.

Now I can see the intricate details that are required to adequately fight off the hordes of the undead. Little bits of graffiti from survivors are now crisp and clear, easily read by flashlight.

And thanks to a KVM switch I can go back and forth between fighting zombies and earning the $money needed to keep up the up-link between my office and the remote-zombie-killing avatar.

Thanks Acer - I know you want me to save the world and now I'm doing it in style at a price I can afford.

I can't help but notice that in the zombie filled city, it's viewsonic monitors being trashed by the dead, while I watch in style with 40,000:1 contrast with my Acer.

No dead pixels, easy to setup, works with KVM, rocks harder, is shiny, has HDMI + VGA inputs, and is big and black and powerful like some ancient warrior rising from the Kingdom of Ghana to fight an anachronistic T-Rex plaguing the local villagers!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Frank on July 6, 2009
This is a 1080p display for $200. That being said, it is not the best display in the world, but did you really expect it to be? I work for a video production company, so I spend my days dealing with formats, codecs, and video quality. When I started monitor shopping, I wanted something for my bedroom that could double as a second monitor for my 24" iMac and a display for my xbox 360.

Here's all the things wrong that I noticed:
-Backlight bleed through the top and the bottom of the screen. Only noticeable when the screen is black or very dark. I really doubt this will bother anyone during normal use.
-The stand is kind of flimsy and not height adjustable. Easily solved by putting it on top of something. It's low enough that you would only ever have to raise it.
-Colors shift when you look at it from the left or right side.
-Gets darker and lighter when you look at it from above or below (polarizing? I think that's what it's called). It's like the display on a laptop. The viewing angle isn't the best, but it's not the worst either. When I was looking at all the displays in Best Buy, it was one of the better ones. As long as you don't need super accurate color, it shouldn't bother you. And the only way to get a monitor that doesn't do this is to splurge on a higher quality one that doesn't use the cheap tn film technology. That will cost twice as much.
-The touch buttons suck. Whatever.
-The colors are off a little bit. Very noticeable when you look at color bars and test patterns and whatnot, during everyday use, not so much. Just factory settings were fine for what I was using it for. If you're anal about it, you can adjust it yourself. I didn't notice anything, but when I need accurate colors, my iMac display is really good. I wouldn't use this.
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