Acer launches BH326HUL monitor

Vendor prioritises ergonomics, colour fidelity

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Acer launches BH326HUL monitor
By  Stephen McBride Published  June 9, 2014

Acer today unveiled its B326HUL monitor, which is designed for ergonomics and colour fidelity and aimed at photographers, video creators and designers.

According to Acer, the monitor incorporates 2560 x 1440 pixels, providing four times the resolution of the standard HD (720p) and renders 56% more pixels than a standard 1080p display.

The 32-inch display also "presents high colour accuracy and colour space reproduction thanks to built-in sRGB colour correction technologies and Acer's wide colour gamut giving rich, natural colours", Acer said in a statement.

Also included is proprietary Low Dimming technology aimed at lessening eye fatigue while working in non-optimal lighting conditions.

In addressing ergonomics, Acer has designed the screen so that users are able to adjust the height by 150mm, tilt the screen 25 degrees up or 5 degrees down, and swivel 60 degrees to the left and right.

Users can also connect two devices to the monitor allowing both screens to be displayed at once. Acer's Multi-Stream Technology also enables users to view content over multiple screens through a single cable using a video hub or daisy-chainable displays. The monitor display provides multiple interface options, including HDMI, and traditional DVI, as well as four USB 3.0 ports with power-off charging allowing users to connect to a wide range of devices.

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