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24" Acer B247W 1920x1200 16:10 AR 75Hz 4ms IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has 24" Acer B247W bmiprzx IPS Adaptive Sync Monitor (UM.FB7AA.001) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Dealhunter30

Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1200 (16:10 aspect ratio)
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m2
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • AMD Adaptive Sync
  • Speakers: 2x 2-Watt
  • VESA: 100mm x 100mm
  • 3-Year Warranty
  • Ports
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 5x USB 3.1 Gen 1
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How does it compare to this one that was on sale at $110 a few days ago?

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-2...RFEALw_wcB

I know that one was 27 inches and this one was 24 inches, but I'm wondering how else to compare us. I got the HP one, but I noticed it doesn't have speakers. Trying to figure out which one would be better for gaming
The main benefit of this monitor is the 16:10 aspect ratio, which is not that common on computer monitors. That HP one is 16:9. Many of us are buying this based on the 16:10 feature so you should base your decision on this. I don't game so I don't know if 16:10 would be helpful for any gaming.
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They're awesome! Bought two when they were on sale for $115 each in August, using them upright side by side, fantastic. Would buy them a again anytime.
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I currently use a dual monitor setup at work and was wanting to upgrade to 2 24" monitors so these would be great. I was however, starting to lean more towards a ultrawide 34" instead so I didn't have a bezel right in front of me and a cleaner look. Any thoughts?
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God bless the 16:10 ratio. The golden ratio of software development IDE productivity.
Exactly!! I ordered it as soon as I got the Deal Zone notification from B&H. I already have dual U2525H setups at home. Got this one for office. Macbook Pro has the same aspect ratio - so it was a no-brainer. More viewable code in IDEs? Heck yeah..
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Can Windows have 2 different resolutions if using dual monitors? I like this but only need 1.
Yes. Different displays can have different resolutions. Keep in mind that a lot of applications don't play nicely with scaling though. If you are using 100% scaling, you should be good.
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As so many others have said, the selling point of this deal is the 16:10 aspect ratio compared to the more common 16:9. Basically most other monitors (the deal you linked included) give you a 1920 x 1080 pixel count.

This deal here gives you 1920 x 1200, so the display has a more 'square' ratio. It's great for document consumption, code editing, etc, whether you use the display horizontally, or vertically.

I don't think there is much quality difference between the two - I could be wrong here, but both seem to be solid IPS panels with VESA mounts, though this Acer might have less bezel? This Acer also has slightly better advertized response time, and 75hz instead of 60hz refresh-rate.

My vote would be for this display personally, and I'm very tempted to grab one, despite already having a decent setup.
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Pulled the trigger based on reviews provided in the thread. Hopefully it's good. I am not into gaming , just wants to use it for work
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As so many others have said, the selling point of this deal is the 16:10 aspect ratio compared to the more common 16:9. Basically most other monitors (the deal you linked included) give you a 1920 x 1080 pixel count.

This deal here gives you 1920 x 1200, so the display has a more 'square' ratio. It's great for document consumption, code editing, etc, whether you use the display horizontally, or vertically.

I don't think there is much quality difference between the two - I could be wrong here, but both seem to be solid IPS panels with VESA mounts, though this Acer might have less bezel? This Acer also has slightly better advertized response time, and 75hz instead of 60hz refresh-rate.

My vote would be for this display personally, and I'm very tempted to grab one, despite already having a decent setup.
Thanks, appreciate the feedback.
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My son wants to program/code at home using dual daisy-chained monitors with his MacBook Pro. Would two of these work for him? I'm not computer-savvy, so any technical help is greatly appreciated.
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Wth, I bought 2 of these probably 6 months ago for $200 each! Frown

I love these monitors. My only gripe is the controls are on the back like someone else said, and also I can't get both of them color calibrated exactly the same.
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Ordered two, thanks!!
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Mother of god. Just went to buy and sold out.
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God bless the 16:10 ratio. The golden ratio of software development IDE productivity.
I've found that 2560x1440p is a perfect compromise between software dev/document work and movies.
It's 16:9, so movies play in fullscreen without letterboxing, but it's 1440p, so there's plenty of vertical lines of text.
The only downside is that 2560x1440p results in somewhat small text on 24in monitors; people might want to go up to 27in to get a bit larger dot pitch.
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These are back in stock. Price has gone up $10.
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