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Specification: Acer Nitro VG270 Sbmiipx 27″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS Gaming Monitor with AMD Radeon FREESYNC Technology, Up to 0.1ms, OverClocking to 165Hz, (1 x Display Port, 2 x HDMI 2.0…

Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080

Brand

‎acer

Item model number

‎VG270 Sbmiipx

Item Weight

‎13.64 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎9.4 x 24.2 x 18.7 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎9.4 x 24.2 x 18.7 inches

Color

‎Black

Manufacturer

‎Acer

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎August 13, 2020

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Acer Nitro VG270 Sbmiipx 27″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS Gaming Monitor with AMD Radeon FREESYNC Technology, Up to 0.1ms, OverClocking to 165Hz, (1 x Display Port, 2 x HDMI 2.0…

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  1. Ashrritth

    The media could not be loaded.

     Display quality is good
    Sound like mobile speaker sound not too much loud
    But one problem is the Power cable socket is 16 amp which is not fit in normal socket
    Other wise I am happy with the product
    After using some days I will update my review

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  2. Kevin

    So specs say it’s a 165hz 1080p monitor. On my pc I am able to get up to up to 3840×2160. And same on my ps5. Then on the hz side of things I can’t say much. But what I can say is I max out at 144hz. Unless it’s the cable I’m using. I’m not sure. But yea. Overall good monitor. I have this one and the 75hz version. This “165”hz version of the monitor also has no speakers and does include HDR which I don’t think is shown in the descriptIon. So final thoughts. The monitor will due. It’s not bad by any means. The advertising seems wonky as I explained with the resolution and the refresh rate. And if you do run at 100% brightness you might get screen bleed or whatever it’s called. I started seeing this after about a year on 100% brightness. Turned it down to 60% and is the same as my other monitor. And it’s not even dark at 60%.

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  3. JUNY

    My son enjoy it

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  4. joanna

    The monitor itself is ok, pretty clear, still in use after three years. But the stand is a little lousy. It cannot be adjusted, and it is not designed in a perfect angle. A little too much head-down, and a little tilt too. I have to put something under the front two feet to lift the front up a little.

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  5. C.Hill

    The best monitor I’ve ever owned, and such high specs for the price. Bought an Acer laptop in 2006, which still works great, but upgraded last year to an Acer Aspire 5 since the speed, storage & Wifi of the old one are outdated. Acer is a great brand, and best bang-for-the-buck!

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  6. Ashrritth

    I have used this for about a year now, For the money, it provides 100% decent productivity.
    Great for work, it doesn’t have annoying white shades. For movies and entertainment, It has a decent contrast ratio, doesn’t ruin the viewing experience, and even the dark scenes are good. (don’t expect true blacks though or HDR, but just good quality viewing with great colours). Viewing modes and customizability options are great, especially for reading when you need something soothing and easy to light on the eyes, and for movies when you crank up the gamma and contrast. The screen can get really bright, I mean it really hits(hurts:-)) the eye, but the screen itself is not that bright. There is a matte finish on the screen for anti-glare, I sit beside and window and sometimes the sun directly falls on the monitor, still, I can see my stuff clearly.

    For gaming, if you are someone playing at 60Hz then you will feel the difference, and the free sync also works fine. And response time is good, as I am someone who uses dark mode a lot, and uses contrast text, you can see no tails and dimming of letters while scrolling. No noticeable display lag.

    This is not the best monitor or anything, but If you are on a budget and go for this, u won’t be disappointed, never the less if you spend some extra 5k you may get something with a better refresh rate and specs as these things are for the long term.

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  7. Nash

    The 23.8″ IPS 165 hz monitor is good for general use. For the price, (Currently at 135 dollars and has been like that for a good while) it works very well and I don’t see why people would fuss over it.

    Now the cons are there but a lot of them you can tell before using it. First, 23.8″ is pretty small compared to the 24″ or even the more desired 27″. The picture you will display will be smaller than you are used too and if you intend to work on projects for work or personal hobbies then the display size may not be for you.
    Second is the cables that the monitors come with. They are pretty short which might not go well with your setup. You may need to buy longer cables for these monitors to be used cleanly. For the power cable it is just a power cable without any power supply box. What this mean is that the power is running directly to the monitors so if your setup doesn’t have power spike protections and a lot of brown outs or black outs then these monitors will have a higher chance at being fried. Not saying it will 100% of the time but if you happen to smell burning plastic when using your monitors before they go black then you just need to replace them.
    Third, the screens themselves have no plastic boarders that you can find from other monitors on the market. However, there is a pretty thick black line on the boarder that doesn’t display anything. This may have been a design choice to make people believe these monitors are borderless. Guess that is why these are 23.8″ because that .2″ is the boarder.

    Positives. These monitors do work. The shipping also came damaged free. These are very easy to set up and pretty easy to use as they are plug n play monitors that will find the connection automatically.
    These monitors do support blue light in order to help protect your eyes from the more damaging blue light. Nowadays more and more monitors have this function already but even if the ones you have don’t you can simply get a screen to place over the display.
    The hz are pretty high at 165 with the IPS. This basically solves the main issue with IPS monitors with the poor blurring and bad corners. Now, when you plug them in they may appear to only be at 60hz. All you need to do is change that setting on your PC or device. If the device does not have any options to change it then you will have to deal with the device limits on this function.

    I do like Acer as they are a good company in my opinion when it comes to making their devices. They are not overly pricy and will work just fine. With this monitor, I can tell it isn’t the best I ever had but I can also tell that it isn’t the worst. Over time I am sure I will adjust when using them. Big reason for the four star instead of the five star is because of the issues/cons I pointed out.

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  8. Uriel

    Cambié de un monitor curvo TN de 144hz a este y vaya que hubo gran cambio. La imagen es bastante nítida y los colores vivos, los 165hz se sienten demasiado bien en juegos. No he tenido ningún inconveniente hasta ahora y estoy bastante satisfecho con la compra. Además llego antes de lo esperado🙌

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  9. Wingnut

    I was looking for a gaming monitor for my Xbox One, had been using a Sony Bravia HD TV and it never failed anytime I wanted to game somebody was watching TV. Yep. I looked at the BenQs Zowie and almost pulled the trigger, but I really wanted an IPS monitor. So far I’m pleased with the purchase and for the price very happy with the quality of the product.

    Dimensions: Since the monitor doesn’t come with an adjustable stand here’s some measurements that might help you determine if you might want to purchase a separate stand. Height from desk to bottom edge of monitor: 3 1/2″, height from desk to bottom edge of viewable screen: 4 1/4″. Height from desk to top edge of Monitor: 16 1/4″, and width of monitor: 21 1/4″. The height of the monitor stand worked perfectly for me so I didn’t need a separate stand.

    Initial impressions: The monitor comes in a basic plain cardboard box with some black graphics, nothing over the top. Packaging seemed adequate for the price point, standard foam protection wrapped in plastic. Assembly was straight forward, snapped together without issue. They left out markings for the connections, there’s two HDMI connections but neither are marked, which one is HDMI 1 and 2? Small details left off to squeeze into the price bracket it’s in. Not a big deal, not like you’ll ever look at it again. The monitor stand, does it’s job well and looks pretty cool.
    Startup:
    Fortunately for me I didn’t notice any dead or stuck pixels. Color and appearance: Out of the box black was very washed out to light grey. Horrible. Played around with the settings and decreased the brightness. The settings menu has a lot of depth and adjustments, I set mine to Gaming. The only negative thing I have to say about this monitor is in the Gaming mode it throws the number “60” up in the top right hand corner of the screen. Not sure why they did this but oh well, I’ve gotten use to it. Another neat feature that I don’t use is the monitor comes with built in crosshairs you can turn on, with a couple different versions. This wasn’t mentioned in any of the information I read about it.

    Game play: Flawless as best as my aging eyes can tell, no issues. I’m nearing the completion of yet another play through of the Mass Effect trilogy and game play has been spectacular. Coming from playing on an older Sony Bravia HD TV to this it does feel more responsive. Maybe it’s all in my head. In game movie cut scenes aren’t great, maybe something to do with “gamer” mode settings.

    I’ve been using this monitor exclusively for the Xbox One, so I can’t speak to how well it looks picture editing or such but based on the amount of settings it seems it would do fine as a standard desk top computer screen. I think this is a superb monitor for the price and I’m very happy with it’s performance. Hope this helps.

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  10. All things good but one problem is the Power cord socket is 16 amp which is not fit in normal socket

    Bought it back in December 2021. Been hardcore 2 months since I’m using it on a regular basis. One hdmi port is connected to my gaming laptop and another one to my xbox.

    Now i would like to clear things up for fellow buyers who are going to invest in this monitor.

    I am a ug student who is pursuing btech in comp engg. and yes before your judge, I’ve bought this with my own savings and income i generate doing freelancing, so after researching a lot and hearing reviews i went with this monitor.

    The monitor is a bang for the buck even if you get it for about 12k as the features it provides are very good. 3.5mm audio jack, good stereo speakers, 2 hdmi ports and a vga port along with great display quality. I’m using this monitor on its default settings (out of the box settings some might say), increasing/lowering the brightness according to my room.

    The reason I’m rating it 4 stars as follows:-
    1. The screen gets smuged very easily and there is no screen peel/guard which it should’ve come with. This affects me alot as my place gets a lot of dust and cleaning the screen with a mocrofibre cloth still puts smudges on the screen
    2. The physical buttons behind the monitor are very weak and feels as if it can be damaged if pressed too hard, but if you’re using it solely with your laptop/pc it isn’t an issue as you can download the acer widget app and configure you monitor through it.
    3. When you turn on vrb 1 ms boost mode, the screen starts flickering so bad that it’s unplayable. This personally doesn’t affect me as i don’t use vrb but I’m sure that for many hardcore gamers this is a grave issue that should be fixed.

    So apart from the above points don’t find any flaw in this monitor, now people who are complaining more i have a simple message to them – If apart from the above mentioned points you have some other point then either your monitor is defective or you have very high expectations from a budget monitor. So kindly buy a higer end monitor which will give you everything and still I’m sure you’ll complain “Monitor to badhiya hai but thoda mehenga hai” 🤓

    I am using this for programming and gaming and as of now I’m satisfied with my purchase. Cheers 😀

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