The Vesa DisplayHDR 400 certification then confirms better brightness, contrast and color. As other parameters, the manufacturer mentions a 1000: 1 contrast ratio, a 75 Hz refresh rate, or a 1 ms response time, although this value refers to moving image (MPRT) and not gray to gray (G2G), which would be more authoritative. In addition, AMD FreeSync technology reduces image tearing, and Acer has added its own Visual Response Boost function, which aims to blur the speed of moving images.
In terms of design it is a really good piece. “ZeroFrame” deserves the monitor, as the frames on the three sides (except the bottom) are really minimal. The screen can be tilted, rotated, or adjusted for optimum work comfort. While watching the monitor for a long time, the user will appreciate the flicker-reducing technology and the blue light filter. With the included Acer Display Widget software, you can choose from several presets for different types of content, or simplify your work by dividing the screen into multiple zones.
In terms of connectivity, the USB Type-C 3.1 port, which allows you to connect a smartphone, tablet or notebook, and to mirror images, transmit data or power devices with a single cable, is of particular interest. Other connectivity options have not yet been specified by the manufacturer, but according to some sources we can expect two inputs HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4 and USB 3.0. Acer CB342CKC is expected to arrive in European markets in May with a price tag of € 549, converted to CZK 15,000.