Acer SB220Q Bi 21.5 Inches Deals & Review
Acer SB220Q Bi 21.5 Inches Deals & Review,
The Acer team dubbed the Acer SB220Q bi 21.5 inches as the new predator among gaming displays in the USA. The Top Deals content is very promising. The high refresh rate of 144Hz and a response time of 1 millisecond is supposed to guarantee a smooth display of video and game content for today's deals. The surface of the display is effectively anti-reflective. If you shine a flashlight directly on the display, it is returned very brokenly. Even people with light clothing are only vaguely recognizable. When reset, the monitor sets the following values; brightness 100, contrast 50, picture mode: normal, color temperature. These values were used for the subsequent assessment at the factory setting. The device does not offer a focus control or a gamma setting.
Apart from the transparent power button, no control element is visible from the front. Likewise, there is nowhere a label that would refer to controls. The control buttons are usually located next to the standby button and you will find them there. With a little concentration, you can feel the division of the analog keys, but even we find it difficult to find the way around, as the keys are arranged flush next to each other. The pressure point is good for this and gives feedback with a quiet crack.
Optics And Mechanics
The construction of the Acer SB220Q is simple. First, the foot must be screwed to the support arm and this must be attached to the intended recess in the display. Usually, there are brackets on the screws to make the structure tool-free. Here, a screwdriver must be used because this bracket is missing on both screws.
On the upper frame, there is the lettering LED technology in stylish letters on the left. The depth of the display measures about 25mm in the upper third and thickens in the area where the electronics of the monitor is about 35mm. The entire rear area of the model is kept in a matt plastic texture. The logo is printed in medium gray in the upper right corner. Acer mentions a maximum consumption of 23 watts in its datasheets, we measure a little more with 30 watts. The power button reduces consumption almost to zero, only 0.1 watts can be measured. We determine 0.5 watts in standby mode, the requirements of the current directive are very well met. The Acer SB220Q does not have a power switch to completely disconnect the monitor from the power supply. As the Top Deals USA team, we will continue to introduce the best computers to you. You can easily buy the products you like through Amazon.
#Acer #Deals #TopDeals #TheUSA #Shopping #BestDeals #Monitor #dealoftheday #dealnews