Published on July 4th,2008 at 6:19 AM
By >Akihabara News Team

Acer G24: Stunning Gamers’ Monitor with a Contrast Ratio of 50,000:1

Acer announced the world’s first LCD monitor providing a IMPRESSIVE contrast ratio of 50,000 :1, the G24 !!
Our new 24′ LCD widescreen is clearly designed for gamers, and provides a resolution of 1920×1200, a response time of 2ms, Acer CrystalBrite technology, and a brightness of 400cd/m².

It also features, of course, HDMI interface, Acer eColor Management (allowing you to easily configure color parameters, and reduce ambient light reflections).

Sorry, we don’t have any information about price or availability date!

Acer introduces the world’s first LCD monitor, the G24, that supports up to 50000:1 in contrast ratio. Designed to entice PC gamers, the G24 is dressed-to-thrill in an extreme contrast of orange-black colors and sleek contours, and supports high-definition (HD) graphics for intense gaming entertainment.

Radical design

The eye-catching exterior of the G24 with solid angled surfaces makes an immediate impression, while satisfying PC gamers’ needs and imagination. For a complete gaming package, the G24 and the Aspire Predator desktop PC are both painted with uncompromising metallic copper and feature deeply carved line design elements. Blue rays of light emanate from the power button of the LCD and desktop to exude a polished, powerful look.

Superb contrast and image display

Staying at the forefront of technology, the G24 includes Acer Adaptive Contrast Management (ACM), and is the world’s first LCD monitor supporting up to 50000:1 for outstanding contrast ratio. Acer ACM produces dramatic improvement in gradation and detail, especially for dimmer and brighter scenes, resulting in stunning picture quality. Acer ACM also enables the G24 to use less power and save energy.

Intense gaming entertainment

The 24″ 1920 x 1200 resolution widescreen G24 is designed for graphics-intensive, win-or-lose moments of today’s fastest HD games and multimedia applications. Featuring the Acer OD (overdrive) technology that significantly improves gray-to-gray levels by reducing deviation in transition time, the rapid response time (up to 2 ms) permits immersive 3D graphics and video display. Users simply connect the G24 to Blue-ray Disc™ consoles or DVD players for an awesome cinematic experience!

Featuring Acer CrystalBrite™ technology with 400-nit brightness, the G24 produces vibrant, brighter images via backlit diffusion reduction. The technology promotes clearer images and sharper edges without ambient light reflection.

Advanced multimedia connectivity

Supporting the latest technology standards, the G24 is optimized for Windows Vista® operating system and supports HDMI™[1] for instant connectivity to DVD players, set-top boxes and HD game consoles. Further, Acer Empowering Technology permits full access to display settings at a single button; Acer eColor Management enables color parameter adjustments with great simplicity; while Acer eDisplay Management allows powerful color enhancement and features smart display rotation software.

Environment

The Acer G24 complies with the stricter standard of Energy Star EPA Tier 2 criteria for power-efficient design. All Acer LCD monitors comply with the WEEE Directive for environmental product recycling for a greener environment.

For product specifications and availability, please contact your nearest Acer branch office. Acer’s contact information may be found on www.acer.com.

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Comments
 

  • karatedog

    A typical marketing bullshit, try to take away the adjectives from the text, and see it for yourself.
    Monitor makers usually boosts the white to the point where it burns your eyes out, so they can achieve a high contrast ratio. I’ve seen it at 3000:1 and at 10000:1
    I don’t think it will be different in this case, but before making judgment, I’d really like to see some specific information on the brightness of the white and black pixel

  • 1984

    And how about viewing angles?
    I suppose it’s the usual crappy 160/160 TN-panel?

  • karatedog

    of course, it will be crappy, this is aimed at the low-budget segment.
    I have a Samsung 215tw, which had three times the price of a TN+film monitor, but worth it. (and it is not even SIPS display, just Samsung’s own S-PVA…)
    I wonder if people know that TN panels colors are made up of 6 bits (3x) instead of 8 bits, and then interpolated…

  • Saphati

    I compared this monitor to other in the store today and this one had more detail in the highlights than the Samsung next to it which was supposed to be the better of the monitors. It really did look fantastic. The viewing angle is not as good as the Samsung, but while sitting in front of it as I will be doing it looks great. So far I am very happy with it. If my opinion changes, I will post my comments.

  • yianno

    It seems to be unanimous, best monitor I’ve ever had. just upgraded from a 20″ LG tft and this thing blows it out of the water. This is some serious kit. A TN panel that actually competes with the likes of SIPV. Any company that underestimates the figures for their product know class. The actual brightness is nearly 500nits. The backlight is very even, only a very slight gradient, combined with a 92% colour gamut. What more do I need to say.

 

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