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Release: 32-inch LCD display Acer ET322QKwmiipx has Ultra HD resolution

Written by Tyler Rondman

Release: 32-inch LCD display Acer ET322QKwmiipx has Ultra HD resolution

The company Acer introduced the LCD display with a hard-to-read name ET322QKwmiipx. This model is equipped with a LED backlight module and a VA-type LCD panel with a widescreen (16:9) screen measuring 31.5 inches diagonally, with an Ultra HD resolution (3840×2160 pixels).

Of the design features new items should pay attention to the unusual design of the stand with four supports, as well as the presence of a bracket to accommodate the headset or headphones on the back of the case.

According to the specification, the maximum brightness is 300 cd / m 2, the contrast level is 3000: 1, the pixel response time (GtG) is 4 ms, the viewing angles are 178 ° on both axes. Supported video signal with a bit depth of 10 bits per color channel (HDR 10).

This model uses FlickerLess technology to eliminate backlight flicker and provides the Blue Light Reduction function to reduce the intensity of the blue component in the spectrum of the light emitted by the screen. These solutions allow to minimize the load on the user’s visual apparatus and thereby provide the most comfortable conditions for long-term operation.

To connect video sources, the monitor has two HDMI 2.0 inputs and a DisplayPort 1.2 pair. In addition, there is a headphone jack. In the case of the display panel there is a stereophonic speaker with a power of 2 × 2 W.

The creators of this model provided the ability to display images from two different sources simultaneously in Picture-in-Picture (PiP) or Picture-in-Picture (PbP) modes.

On the back of the display panel there is a standard VESA mounting platform for mounting on the bracket.

The novelty has already gone on sale in Japan, where it can be purchased at a price of 55,000 yen (which is about $490 at the current rate).

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Tyler Rondman

When he isn't enjoying the beautiful Northwest outdoors, you can find Tyler on business and tech sites, writing about the latest news, analyzing trends, and generally making the Internet a more interesting place.