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Acer K202HQL bd Black 19.5" DVI 5ms Widescreen LCD Monitor

MPN: UM.IW3AA.008 | SKU: BR2247
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  • 19.5-inch HD (1600 x 900) widescreen TN Display
  • Response time: 5ms
  • Pixel Pitch: 0.27mm
  • Signal inputs: 1 x DVI & 1 x VGA
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  • 19.5-inch HD (1600 x 900) widescreen TN Display
  • Response time: 5ms
  • Pixel Pitch: 0.27mm
  • Signal inputs: 1 x DVI & 1 x VGA
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Description

The Acer K202HQL bd 19.5" Widescreen LCD display combines stylish ultra-thin functionality with amazing 1600 x 900 resolution, allowing you to enjoy High-Definition entertainment in the comfort of your home. Incredible 100,000,000:1 contrast ratio and rapid 5ms response time highlight the advanced technology, but this display is earth-friendly as well. The K202HQL bd LCD also features dual inputs (VGA and DVI) for greater compatibility, a Kensington lock slot to protect your investment, and Energy Star compliance to help you save money and energy. Acer K202HQL bd UM.IW3AA.008 Black 19.

Display

Screen Size
19.5"
Widescreen
Yes
Recommended Resolution
1600 x 900
Refresh Rate
60Hz
Viewing Angle
90° (H) / 65° (V)
Pixel Pitch
0.27mm
Display Colors
16.7 Million
Brightness
200 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio
ACM 100,000,000:1 (600:1)
Response Time
5ms
Panel
TN

Connectivity

D-Sub
1
DVI
1

Power

Power Supply
100 - 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
(Energystar Off) (typ.): 0.35W
(Energystar Sleep) (typ.): 0.45W
(Energystar On) (typ.): 13.5W

Convenience

Stand Adjustments
Tilt: -5°~ 25°
VESA Compatibility - Mountable
100 x 100mm

Dimensions

Dimensions
14.26" x 18.24" x 7.52" w/ stand
10.87" x 18.24" x 2.96" w/o stand
Weight
5.95 lbs. w/ stand
4.85 lbs. w/o stand
  • 1600 x 900 5ms
  • ACM 100,000,000:1 (600:1)
  • D-Sub, DVI
  • Wall-mount Capability

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Acer K202HQL bd Black 19.5" DVI 5ms Widescreen LCD Monitor


Brand: Acer

MPN: UM.IW3AA.008

UPC: 887899516146

Compatibility: DVI, VGA

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
Acer
Classification
K2 Series
MPN
K202HQL bd
Cabinet Color
Black
Usage
Consumer
Screen Size
19.5"
Glare Screen
Anti-glare
LED Backlight
Yes
Maximum Resolution
1600 x 900
Refresh Rate
60 Hz
Pixel Pitch
0.27mm
Display Colors
16.7 Million
Brightness
200 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio
ACM 100,000,000:1 (600:1)
Response Time
5ms
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Input Video Compatibility
Analog RGB, Digital
Connectors
D-Sub, DVI
Complies with
MPR II
Power Supply
Input Voltage: 110 VAC / 220 VAC
Power Consumption
Operating: 13.50W
Standby: 450mW
Off-Mode: 350mW
Stand Adjustments
Tilt: -5 to 25 Degree
VESA Compatibility - Mountable
100 x 100mm
Features
VESA Mount: Save space and add drama to a room by putting this display on a wall. VESA mounting makes it easy.

Acer EcoDisplay: This display has an environmentally friendly design that focuses on recyclability, low power consumption, and more.

ACM: Whites are whiter, blacks are blacker and more detail is revealed in the shadows with Adaptive Contrast Management.

Acer eColor: Easily adjust display settings to best suit whatever you're viewing - data, media, movies or photos.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
14.26" x 18.24" x 7.52" w/ stand

10.90" x 18.20" x 2.00" w/o stand
Weight
5.95 lbs. w/ stand

4.87 lbs. w/o stand
Package Includes
K202HQL Widescreen LCD Monitor
1 x VGA Cable
Power Cord

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
4.0
Reviews
5
47.06% (8)
4
23.53% (4)
3
5.88% (1)
2
5.88% (1)
1
17.65% (3)
By Rombout Neijenhuis
Receiver very pleased.
Bought it as a gift. Receiver very pleased.
By Ana Castillo
Three stars
Its 1920x1080 its 1600x900
By Malone Nicolas
Great monitor - not 1080... But great picture
This is a great monitor for the price. I recently upgraded the cpu from a compaq using xp to now a dell computer with windows 7 - 64 bit. The resolution on this monitor is good enough and at this size you aren't goint to miss the pixels 900 vs. 1080. I've seen movies using windows media player and the movies/tv shows look great. What made the most difference in my system was the change in operating system... And soon i will upgrade to windows 10. The picture on here is of a dell monitor... So the seller just picked the wrong picture of any monitor.... The base on the acer is round but pretty large and stable.My sister uses this monitor because the dell computer is hers. On xp it used to look worse... Like bigger letters... So i expect when i upgrade to windows 10 to look just as nice as when i had it on windows 7. The cpu is a dell optiplex 755 sff. 4gb ram - and intel core2duo better know as e8400 - much faster than what it had before. The connection is vga (older computer cable connection). I don't know what video card it uses... But the system is a few years old.Sometimes the picture depends on your cpu and the video card.I highly recommend this computer monitor if it is still being sold. I purchased it on sale at a specialty retailer, so that is another reason why i am happy with it. The resolution is less than 1080.... So it is 900, but i recommend this monitor. My dell venue 7 tablet is 1280 x 800 and it still looks good... This monitor has a bigger screen size and the resolution goes up to 900 on the height. Bottom line - the picture is fine.
By Alejandra Marquez
Very dissatisfied with this monitor. It did not not ...
Very dissatisfied with this monitor. It did not not include a vga cable, so i have been unable to use it. I had to order a cable. Never had that happen before.
By Wayne Hill
I already had one of these ministers and purchased the ...
I already had one of these ministers and purchased the 2nd one so to add to my laptop so i had 3 screens to work with. This monitor suits my needs at a reasonable price
By
A budget priced monitor with an led backlight!
Yes, it has the newfangled led backlights at this low price! Lower than some other non led monitors of the same screen size. Why is it a big deal? Because most flat screen monitors use florescent bulbs which burn out after a few years of almost constant use. Once they begin to age, florescent bulbs start to flicker too, just like the ones in the ceiling of so many buildings. This flicker will really get to you if you spend a lot of time in front of a monitor. Besides, some studies show that florescent light is not good for our eyes and can contribute to increased irritability. Then, there's the eco factor. Leds use a lot less electricity to be just as bright or brighter than florescent bulbs. They are as well made with less toxic and lower toxicity materials. Florescent bulbs even contain gasses that are harmful if the bulb is broken.I'd give this full stars if the stand was the same height as my other acer monitor. I bought this one thinking i'd use it for a second monitor on my desktop pc setup. It is close to the same model, but not exactly the same as my other one. It has the same screen dimensions, but for some reason, the good folks at acer decided to make the pedestal for the base two inches taller. The base itself is round rather than oval and is an inch narrower in diameter too. This may make it use a little less desk space, but it as well makes it slightly more wobbly on my computer cart's monitor shelf. Both monitors fit side by side on the shelf nicely though the 'two eyes' appearance of having dual monitors is slightly cockeyed due to the difference in height. Update: i thought i could get used to it, but i must have just a little case of ocd, because it was distracting the heck out of me in a few hours. I put a inch and a half thick book under the old monitor so that the screens are now the same height.My old one doesn't tilt at all, but i don't mind because straight up and down is how i need it for where it is sitting at almost eye level. The new one tilts a little bit, but the tilting is quite stiff. Trying to adjust it makes you feel that you may break something before you see how far it tilts. I'm keeping it at straight up and down.I've noticed that the new one has a different design to it too. It's not glaringly different, but enough that it's noticeable when you look at them side by side. The corners of the new monitor are more squared, the frame around the screen is a little thinner, the base is round and has ridges on the front half rather than being smooth, the back has more vents (a great thing actually!) and is more squared, and the ports are on the bottom of the housing instead of on the back. This last one would probably be a big deal if i was thinking of hanging it on a wall. Not sure i could even hang the old one on a wall without messing up the cables since the ports stick straight out the back.Since the new one is taller, i'll have a little more room under the new screen for the inevitable collection of knickknacks that find their way onto a computer desk over time. :) with the old acer monitor, i'm more limited in how tall these knickknacks can be.The brightness, color settings, etc are almost identical to the other model. If i put them on the same settings, they are virtually indistinguishable when showing the same wallpaper. But, the settings buttons are in a new more obvious place. On the old model, they were on the bottom of the screen frame and almost invisible unless you tilt your head to see under the monitor a bit. On the new one, they are on the front of the screen frame where they can be seen in the right light. They may as well be on the bottom however, since they aren't labeled. You still have to tap buttons and try to line them up with the graphics that appear on the screen above them to figure out what they do. I find on both that the best bet is to put them on 'movie' mode for my usually semi-dark office. Funny to see them on the front in this day and age of designers trying to make everything look sleek.It has a dvi input like my old one does (a main reason why i bought it, that and the led backlight replacing the fluorescent lights that all led flat screen monitors used to have.), though it didn't come with a dvi cable. They aren't hard to get though, so i'll go get another one. The difference between vga (the usually blue plug that comes with every monitor) and dvi isn't too noticeable in text websites and 'productivity' software, but i'll be quite apparent when i try playing 3d rendered video games on this new monitor with a vga cable if i don't get a new cable. Monitors that come with a dvi cable often cost a lot more than what it'll cost me to go and get a dvi cable myself, so its okay.It's a good quality monitor that does all it should for its price point. It's not a split edge thin frame monitor that costs more than my computer did to build a few years ago, but it will get the job done for me. Just getting led backlight at this price is a 'wow' factor for me.
By
Good monitor
Works as advertised. No problems. Good price.
By
Five stars
Works well, the height isn't adjustable.
By Nihal Kunt
Very bright, has restrictive viewing angles.
Can't turn the brightness down enough. As well looks a bit washed out, and has to be angled just right. Would be nice if the buttons were labelled, not just go by what the adjustment software indicates.
By Ronald Webb
Four stars
This item is good

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