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PostSubject: Acer Al1916 W Monitors.   Acer Al1916 W Monitors. EmptySat Oct 15, 2011 4:50 pm

Physical ViewsIn conditions of adjustability, the screen is really limited. Height or rotation options commonly are not available; however the monitor could be tilted forward and backward by just about ten degrees. This should be enough normally. However for taller people today, the monitor will definitely end up being stacked on top about something, unless of course you favor looking down on the screen. One thing that sticks out immediately about this monitor is its high building. Though it comes from a very low price, the materials and assembly of this enclosure do not magnify this whatsoever. The plastic used during the entire body is very solid and provides a slight grain to the software. Therefore including a nice shine it does not come across as bargain either. All of the several molded parts are comfortably packed with one another, and there are very little unsightly gaps or out of alignment plastic to mar the entire feel. The only inputs about the back of the screen are in a VGA connector and an electric plug. The buttons for avoiding the On Screen Showcase are fairly solid and put up a decent enough 'click' so it doesn? t trigger headaches adjusting the screen. There are no difficulty response delay significantly as the buttons are troubled. The look and truly feel of this display could be more pleasing enough for 95% in monitor shoppers. ImpressionsThough a 19 micron widescreen monitor is shorter than only a standard 19 inch screen, the sight becomes immeasurably preferable because of our genuine field of view. Human vision is wider than it happens to be tall. This is why concert halls use widescreen exclusively. All games with wider resolution, which results in your physically larger field connected with view - which is only marvelous. <! --INFOLINKS_OFF-->

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PerformanceThe first question which may be asked about any different LCD monitors by gamers is whether they ghost. Until about a year . 5 ago, most LCD monitors had difficulty maintaining fast paced games because of the poor response time any time moving a pixel by white to black, and / or turning a pixel "on" or possibly "off". Even after various long sessions of video games, this monitor has not shown any issues with image streaking. Screen uniformity is actually another major topic in concern for judicious track purchasers, and specially those expecting to do graphic design focus on their displays. However, the Acer AL1916W isn't going to fare so well through this regard. The right and left side on the monitor are comparatively brighter than other screen, and it is seems which the backlight is leaking through in the most area roughly under a inch on either side of your screen. This monitor is extremely bright. Even at very low brightness levels, the backlight still seems to peek through. The brightness is fantastic in most instances, but it only aids you to compound another issue with all the screen. Colors on the AL1916W seem to be slightly anemic, rather compared to the full, vibrant colors we are generally used to experiencing from CRT's. Because with the backlight that is brighter-around-the-edges, colors along the remaining and right sides on the monitor are slightly less strong in comparison to the rest of the image. All these generally will not cause problems in video gaming or other motion sequences, as colors stay relatively valid; however there is quite a few noticeable falloff and colour shifting when viewing a plain desktop screen from various angles. While these issues will likely be slightly bothersome to several and utter deal breakers to a few, they really aren't of which bad. The AL1916WB from Acer offers a relatively decent value. This monitor represents the primary widescreen monitor aimed directly on the masses and its typical performance matches what a majority of the market expects. Acer can definitely work on a number of these things for another revision. Currently, this monitor is recommended to those who don't need color accuracy and reliability, don't mind a few problems with the backlight, but wish widescreen and great broad gaming performance. <! --INFOLINKS_OFF-->.
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