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31.5" Acer EB1 EB321HQU 2560x1440 QHD 60Hz 4ms IPS Monitor EXPIRED

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Office Depot/Office Max has 31.5" Acer EB1 EB321HQU 2560x1440 QHD 60Hz 4ms IPS Monitor on sale for $179.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time : 4ms
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m²
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Viewing Angles: 178°/178°
  • Inputs:
    • 1x DVI
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
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- 2560 x 1440 screen resolution at 60Hz creates a high level of picture detail.
- Two 3W speakers provide clear sound from your favorite movies and games.

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LyncolnD asked this question on 11-28-2020 at 07:57 PM
11-28-2020 at 07:59 PM
Found the answer to my own question. No, it does not rotate to 90 degrees as it is.
PurpleMint161 asked this question on 11-26-2020 at 11:36 AM

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First one I got had 5 dead pixels, two near the middle of the screen. Had it exchanged and the new one has 2 dead pixels near the edge that I may not have noticed if I wasn't checking for them, not really an issue.

But I am having a bit of an issue with light bleeding. The light bleeds out of all four corners quite a bit when the screen is dark, really not sure if it's a normal amount of light bleeding for this monitor or for any general IPS monitor of this size. I wish I had checked for light bleeding on the first one before exchanging but I exchanged it before I even realized this could be an issue.

Looks great besides that, I'll be keeping it at this point anyway. Text looks fine to me, looks the same as my 24" 1080p monitor, same pixel density so it should be.
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#122
Quote from JohnDubya :
Got one of these on Monday from my local OD, and it seems great. I use it for productivity, not gaming, so the 60Hz rate doesn't bother me. I got this instead of a similar Lenovo 31.5" because that one only had 250 nits brightness, where this one has 300, so slightly brighter. This has the super nice feature of the stand being able to easily slide the screen up and down. The base is super solid, although very large. Feels very stable. The speakers can actually get really loud, and they sound good for being monitor speakers. Happy with this purchase.
Outside of going up and down, can you rotate it from
Horizontal to Vertical?
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Quote from TheMoonman :
Outside of going up and down, can you rotate it from
Horizontal to Vertical?
The base connects to the monitor via the VESA mount, so you would have to remove the screws, rotate the screen, then reinsert the screws. Since the monitor is so massive, it's probably a two person job. I would also make sure the monitor would actually fit on the base vertically, as I'm not sure it would have enough clearance to not be touching the base. See picture of the back of the monitor (and an additional picture showing the track it slides on, for others who asked about that).
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#124
Quote from JohnDubya :
The base connects to the monitor via the VESA mount, so you would have to remove the screws, rotate the screen, then reinsert the screws. Since the monitor is so massive, it's probably a two person job. I would also make sure the monitor would actually fit on the base vertically, as I'm not sure it would have enough clearance to not be touching the base. See picture of the back of the monitor (and an additional picture showing the track it slides on, for others who asked about that).
Thanks for the feedback. My monitor at work just rotates. This is a big boy so definitely different.
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There is a big difference if you go to highest resolution. I bought both of them and keeping the Acer, but my only complain is Acer monitor texts are a bit fuzzy, not sharp to read. Does anyone else have the same issue? I am connecting my Macbook Pro via USB-C to HDMI adapter.
I am finding Acer OK at highest resolution and at resolutions when in the Display panel, I have custom optimized for Macbook (yes with black stripes at sides) My main purpose is to stop worsening eyesight of my daughter so even 1680x1050 can be used so as she is relaxing the sight at large sharp text while having a better posture (reclined) in the chair (she already commented upon).
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#126
Does anyone know if there is Acer software to manage the display settings? The physical buttons are clunky.
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#127
I finally set mine up.

Big drawback I wasn't expecting, the screen is 9" in front of the back of the base.
So the screen must be at least 9" away from the back of your desk.
9" feels like a lot when you have a huge screen and you're trying to get it away from your face.
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