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24" Acer B247W bmiprzx 1920x1200 IPS LED Monitor EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has 24" Acer B247W 1920x1200 IPS LED Monitor (B247W bmiprzx) for $114.95. Shipping is free. Thanks thawynd

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  • Resolution: 1920x1200
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms (GTG)
  • Viewing Angles: 178° vertical / 178° horizontal
  • VESA Mount: 100x100 mm
  • Inputs
    • 1x HDMI
    • 4x USB 3.1 (Downstream)
    • 1x USB 3.1 (Upstream)
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x Audio In
    • 1x Audio Out
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In-Plane Switching (IPS) Technology
HDMI | DisplayPort | VGA Inputs
1920 x 1200 Resolution
100,000,000:1 Contrast Ratio
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Spreadsheets are nicer, and my favorite is having one portrait. If you look at pdfs a lot, it is really helpful, especially if you use windows explorer preview pane.

And for some reason, there are still websites out there that have drop-down menus that will expand below the bottom of the screen, so you have to scroll to see the bottom items. This helps with that.
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Is this pwm free?
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Acer B247W bmiprzx 24" 16:10 IPS Monitor
• In-Plane Switching (IPS) Technology
• HDMI | DisplayPort | VGA Inputs
• 1920 x 1200 Resolution
• 100,000,000:1 Contrast Ratio
• 300 cd/m² Brightness
• 178°/178° Viewing Angles
• 4 ms Response Time (GtG)
• 16.7 Million Colors
• Built-In USB 3.0 Hub

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...412184-REG
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This is probably the best I am going to do on finding a screen for my arcade cabinet. Thanks OP!
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75 Hz

Also: Installation is simple thanks to the HDMI, VGA, and DisplayPort inputs. You can also connect USB compatible peripherals to any of the five USB 3.0 ports. Once configured, the display can be tilted from 5- to 25°, swiveled, and the height can be adjusted up to 4.72" for maximum viewing comfort. Furthermore, this monitor is comprised of an IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel supporting 178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles so you can see the screen clearly from nearly any perspective.
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I can somewhat understand 16:10 on mobile, but what benefit does it have for desktop computers?
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I can somewhat understand 16:10 on mobile, but what benefit does it have for desktop computers?
Spreadsheets are nicer, and my favorite is having one portrait. If you look at pdfs a lot, it is really helpful, especially if you use windows explorer preview pane.

And for some reason, there are still websites out there that have drop-down menus that will expand below the bottom of the screen, so you have to scroll to see the bottom items. This helps with that.
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Thanks in for 1! Portrait mode is the main feature I want with the 16:10 as there is one older program I use at work which is way more productive in that view. I still use an old dell u2410f in my home office because of its similar features
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How does this compare to Dell P2419H? Is Dell generally better Acer?
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Awesome deal for some actual usable screen space.
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1920x1200 IPS for $115 no tax??? In 4 2!
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I can somewhat understand 16:10 on mobile, but what benefit does it have for desktop computers?
All around I think 16:10 is more useful unless you're watching 16x9 video. Just about every website you'll visit will have empty space on the far sides of the page, but there will be plenty of vertically formatted content that will require scrolling. More vertical screen real estate = less scrolling. Personally, I think the monitor industry conforming to 16x9 was stupid though I know it makes it easy to follow the same format as TVs.
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This is probably the best I am going to do on finding a screen for my arcade cabinet. Thanks OP!
If using a PC to power your cab instead of a Pi, I recommend you look into freesync or gsync monitor/graphics. Being greater than 65hz (overclocked if necessary) and a screen sync technology makes odd refresh rate games okay at their proper speed with no skips. (mortal kombat 1,2,3 for example is 50hz and played/sounded terrible to me until I went this route). (The reason I said 65 hz and above is because some game play faster than 60 fps).

My setup is a 32" 4k screen overclocked to 65hz with freesync, and a 2400g. The extra pixels make the crt emulation better, and the 2400g had enough horsepower to do the emulation easily, and also do the crt emulation without any ill effects. Granted...going 4k is pretty extreme...but it does look pretty (or some would say ugly) now.
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If using a PC to power your cab instead of a Pi, I recommend you look into freesync or gsync monitor/graphics. Being greater than 65hz (overclocked if necessary) and a screen sync technology makes odd refresh rate games okay at their proper speed with no skips. (mortal kombat 1,2,3 for example is 50hz and played/sounded terrible to me until I went this route). (The reason I said 65 hz and above is because some game play faster than 60 fps).

My setup is a 32" 4k screen overclocked to 65hz with freesync, and a 2400g. The extra pixels make the crt emulation better, and the 2400g had enough horsepower to do the emulation easily, and also do the crt emulation without any ill effects. Granted...going 4k is pretty extreme...but it does look pretty (or some would say ugly) now.
can u tell the diff. between 60hz and 65hz? i also have a 324k but never get down to OC it, because i don't think there's much benefits. as for regular usage, no gaming.
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