|Screen Size||21.5 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|National Stock Number||7025-01-605-6357|
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Acer S220HQL Abd 21.5-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor
|Price:||$114.80 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Acer ultra-thin monitors are designed for users who have limited space to work with, be it at home, a public area or front-desk setting.
- Quick 5ms response time reduces deviations in transition time to deliver high-quality moving images for more enjoyable movies
- White LED technology consumes up to 68% less power than standard LCD displays - saving energy and saving you money.
- This monitor comes with VGA and DVI port
- The S220HQL does not come VESA ready.
- 1920 x 1080 5ms. ACM 100,000,000:1 (1000:1)
- D-Sub, DVI
- Screen size: 21.5-Inch. Pixel Pitch: 0.248mm
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I happy to have an LED monitor and hope it lasts as long as my Planar did.
Thumbs up on this Acer S220HQL. I know it will be great watching movies on this nice, wide screen. :)
+Good brightness. I had to crank it down considerably so it didn't hurt my eyes in my dark bedroom, but it's good to have the option.
+Simple to set up. Most monitors are like this, though; you just plug it in and your computer does the rest.
+Affordable. $139 is still a pretty reasonable price for this monitor.
+1080p. You don't notice what you're missing until you go full HD, but once you do, you'll never want anything less. Text is pretty crisp, and there's plenty of detail in my games.
+Decent viewing angles. I don't know what type of screen this is (IPS, TN, whatever), but I can move my head and still be able to make out the image pretty well. The colors get messed up a bit the more to the side you go, but not to the point that the image is ever difficult to see.
-When the screen is black, you can see some light bleeding in from the edges. I think this is called backlight bleed, but I'm not sure. Not noticeable normally, but when it is, it's annoying.
-Maybe I set up the stand incorrectly, but the screen wobbles at the slightest jolt. My table isn't very firm, either, so it's a bit of an issue for me.
-All the buttons are on the bottom edge of the frame. This means that it's a bit harder to adjust the screen's settings, or turn it on and off.Read more ›
1) There is just one plug in the back which is VGA. There is no DVI plug or an adapter to go from VGA to DVI. Of course, I have one, so no big deal, but not everyone is a computer hardware pack-rat like me.
2) The power cord is weird. It is not the typical three-prong cord like you plug into your computer's power supply; it's a little circle plug-in like you would get for small electronics. I suppose the power-sipping monitor didn't need the usual beefy cord, but I'm thinking "what if I lose it" as if that's going to happen. I just prefer interchangeability.
3) The thing is a featherweight. I know that should be a good thing but every time I turn it off by pushing the somewhat-awkwardly-placed power button on the bottom-side of the corner, I about knock the thing over. Maybe they should have put the button on the front so I could just sort of pinch it with one finger on the button and the other on the back-side of the monitor for support.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought 3 of these monitors about 7 months ago, and added a 4th one month ago. So far, I really like them. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Captain Seadog
tried to hook it up to my Xbox 360 doesn't want to tho even bought the adapterPublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's a cheap, tiny monitor and the input lag on it is considerably higher than I'd like (wouldn't recommend it for FPS games), but it works well in applications where you just need... Read morePublished 10 days ago by CocoaNut Cakery
Shame on us. In this day and age we assumed speakers built in the monitor especially an Acer. There are not speakers.Published 13 days ago by DD
This monitor is everything its description says it is. I use it for a spare computer for use with my amateur radio equipment. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
OK unit for price? Mine had no remote and slightly substandard picture but works as OK auxiliary monitor.Published 23 days ago by David Coward