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Acer X223WbD 22″ Wide 1680 X 1050 Resolution LCD-blk

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on March 29, 2010 5 Comments

  • 22 ” Wide LCD Monitor
  • 1680 x 1050 Maximum Resolution with 60 Hz refresh Rate
  • Input Signal-1xVGA, 1 x DVI (W/HDCP)
  • Black Finish
  • Pixel Pitch 0.282 mm

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Acer X223WbD 22″ Wide 1680 X 1050 Resolution LCD-blk

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5 Responses to “Acer X223WbD 22″ Wide 1680 X 1050 Resolution LCD-blk”

  1. H. K. Suh says on: 29 March 2010 at 7:51 am

    Just got the monitor and started tweaking the controls. One thing I noticed is that it is so much brighter than my cheaper AOC 2217V. I’ve set both contrast and brightness to 0 but still it’s far too bright for my liking. Now I have to resort to dimming software because I don’t think you can change the brightness of your monitor through graphics drivers (well not with ATI drivers anyway).

    The Acer also looks very washed out compared to my AOC. I just can’t bear to look at it, I might just sell it.

    I thought Acer might have produced a good product for once, but I guess I was mistaken. Never buying Acer again. Should have bought the LG that was at a similar price, sigh…The only good side is the price, and if you don’t use the computer much then I guess this is an OK buy. But I’d still buy something else over this if I had a second chance.

  2. S. Poston says on: 29 March 2010 at 10:35 am

    For the price of this display the quality is quite good. Have not had any problems yet.

  3. VM says on: 29 March 2010 at 12:58 pm

    Yeah, this monitor won’t give you 1080p, but if you physically compared this screen with a 1080p 22″, this monitor has More Screen Real-Estate! What does that mean? Just do the above. For some reason, manufacturers have been making the 1080p screens smaller in height while achieving the 1080p. I dunno why they do that, maybe to get that ratio, but I don’t understand why this monitor is bigger than a 1080p 22″. Just go to your local store and physically compare the screen heights of this or a non-1080p 22″ against a 1080p 22″. It’s like the new screens had a big chunk of their screens cut off.

    So I believe this monitor still has value. For some, they might want the 1080p. But I cannot sacrifice physical screen size to achieve that. Which is why I’ll stay with this monitor until something better comes out, or they stop chopping newer screens like I said above.

    As for the VGA vs DVI, DVI is simply more crisp and sharp vs VGA. But it doesn’t make it look ugly or anything. Just way less sharpness, that’s all.

  4. Simon Fraser says on: 29 March 2010 at 3:37 pm

    Works well, with one caveat. Don’t even bother using the SVGA conector, the picture quality and stability was disappointing. Go with a DVI all digital connection and I think you’ll be pretty happy with this monitor.

  5. Mark Mason says on: 29 March 2010 at 5:27 pm

    This LCD display is great. I liked it because of all the features, like DVI & VGA input. It is very flexible in what aspect ratios it can use, and was very vibrant in color. I have a dual monitor set up, and this Acer really rocks. It was so well liked, that a co-worker ‘borrowed’ it for an FPGA compiler setup and I have not seen it since!

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