Acer reveals H277HU monitor that offers sharp visuals and design


Those who work long hours – be it at home or at the office, in front of a computer, would definitely know the value of having a good monitor. After all, your eyes can get tired from all of the light that emits from the monitor after a while, and when you factor in the sheer number of years in which you would be working with computers, it might be a whole lot better if you were to invest a fair amount of dough into a good monitor. Acer has decided to provide another option for those who are on the lookout with the Acer H277HU, which is touted to be one of the world’s first monitors that brings with it support for USB Type-C for fast data transfer, displaying and charging.

In other words, the Acer H277HU will deliver sharp visuals in an equally sharp design, as it boasts of a high WQHD (2560×1440) resolution in a gorgeous zero-frame design with a gold-colored aluminum bezel and brushed-metal stand, making it an aesthetically pleasing piece of comptuer hardware that will find a place in just about any home – or office, for that matter.

The high style will be highlighted by a super slim (.04-inch) hairline aluminum front bezel and middle frame, while the beautiful diamond cut on the metallic arm and base adds to its streamlined look. In a nutshell, it would bring together practical fused with beautiful aesthetics, and courtesy of the zero-frame design, the Acer H277HU will enable near seamless viewing in multi-monitor setups, which further convenience and productivity enabling the viewing of multiple projects at once.

In terms of connectivity options, it will also feature HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2, DVI and a pair of USB 3.1 ports. In order for your visual comfort, it has been optimized to tilt from -5 degrees to 15 degrees where its stand is concerned. The new Acer H277HU will retail for $499.99 per unit if you are interested in picking this up.

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