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Submitted by mpctips 1015d ago | news

Acer's H6 Series Monitors Tout Zero Frame Construction

Maximum PC: Acer on Tuesday announced that it is now offering its H6 Series LED-backlit displays to consumers in the U.S. The big feature Acer is pimping is "zero frame construction," which the company says adds to the aesthetics, especially when using multiple monitors simultaneously, including video walls. Acer's new monitors also feature IPS panels and Full HD 1080p resolution support. (Acer, Acer H6 Series Monitor, PC hardware)

justinbkerr  +   1015d ago
I won't be buying any new monitors until 4k rolls around.
Audiggity  +   1014d ago
Don't forget to add a non-existent video card that can handle a 4K resolution at a steady frame rate!
Software_Lover  +   1015d ago
ewwwwwwwwwwwww 1080p? Why are pc monitors being downgraded over the last couple of years? This is ridiculous.
newsguy  +   1015d ago
but there's a frame
Audiggity  +   1014d ago
No, there's no frame... that is simply a structure around the screen. They removed the frame and replaced it with a rectangular structurrrr...

Oh, wait, nope... that's a frame.

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