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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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  • ErgoStand design works to maximize your comfort even during prolonged use. Design can tilt from -5° to 25°, swivel 60° and change height up to 5" up or down.
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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.
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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.
- 31.5" WQHD IPS 60Hz Display
- 2560 x 1440 resolution
- 4ms (gray-to-gray) response time
- 300 nits brightness
- 178° viewing angle
- 1 DisplayPort, 1 DVI (with HDCP), 1 HDMI
- Two 3W speakers
- ErgoStand can tilt -5° to 25°, swivel 60°, change height up to 5" up or down.
- VESA mount
- Manufacturer's 3-year limited warranty
Yes, that's what I meant by the screen sliding up and down. It goes up and down on a sort of track. Really nice to have. I had it on my old 24" Dell, and I'm glad it's on this one too.

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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.
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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.
Hi, John, is the height adjustable ?
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Hi, John, is the height adjustable ?
Yes, that's what I meant by the screen sliding up and down. It goes up and down on a sort of track. Really nice to have. I had it on my old 24" Dell, and I'm glad it's on this one too.
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I notice the power plug is on the SIDE of the display instead of the bottom. How does that work out? They use a right angle plug or such?
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Yes, that's what I meant by the screen sliding up and down. It goes up and down on a sort of track. Really nice to have. I had it on my old 24" Dell, and I'm glad it's on this one too.
Thank you for your answer, have good holiday. sir
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I notice the power plug is on the SIDE of the display instead of the bottom. How does that work out? They use a right angle plug or such?
Not on mine, it was just a normal power cable.
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- 31.5" WQHD IPS 60Hz Display
- 2560 x 1440 resolution
- 4ms (gray-to-gray) response time
- 300 nits brightness
- 178° viewing angle
- 1 DisplayPort, 1 DVI (with HDCP), 1 HDMI
- Two 3W speakers
- ErgoStand can tilt -5° to 25°, swivel 60°, change height up to 5" up or down.
- VESA mount
- Manufacturer's 3-year limited warranty
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Is this 8 bit or 10 bit, and does anyone know if it OCs to 75 Hz easily? Wondering if it's worth returning that Lenovo they had for this instead. Can't find any reviews for this specific model. Ones im finding had a completely different stand. Ty!
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This is an excellent productivity monitor, just picked up a 3rd to join the 2 already on my desk. I was happy with the deal at $200 a couple months ago, this for $180 is indeed slick.
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Is this 8 bit or 10 bit, and does anyone know if it OCs to 75 Hz easily? Wondering if it's worth returning that Lenovo they had for this instead. Can't find any reviews for this specific model. Ones im finding had a completely different stand. Ty!
8bit+frc and shows 75 hz.... updated the link with the right model

https://www.displayspecifications...l/25621f76

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8bit+frc and 60 hz... https://www.displayspecifications...l/ac8a1530 [displayspecifications.com]


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Doesnot look like the same monitor. This one seems to have 10 bit depth but I am not sure. I will order one to check out. BTW, what is the return policy of office depot for monitors? Can it be returned free after opening the box? For how long?
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Doesnot look like the same monitor. This one seems to have 10 bit depth but I am not sure. I will order one to check out. BTW, what is the return policy of office depot for monitors? Can it be returned free after opening the box? For how long?
You're right, the model numbers were weird. Updated my post with the correct link...
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