HKC 27A6 27 inch Full HD Monitor

Article number: 27A6
EAN: 6940017311871
SKU: 6940017311871
Features

This sleek 27A6 monitor with an ultra thin edge and round base is a stylish addition to the desk. The Full HD screen is equipped with many conveniences. For example, it has a VGA and HDMI connection. It also has anti-glare, also known as anti-mirroring, so that you do not suffer from reflections on the screen.

Selected screen for gaming
Not only because of the anti-glare, the HKC 27A6 is a favorite monitor among gamers, the response speed of 8 milliseconds and a viewing angle of 178º gives the computer screen a high quality. Whether it's the casual gamer or the fanatical players, everyone gets visually at home with the HKC 27A6.

Sustainable
Despite the sharp image and the many options that the screen has, this product is particularly economical with a consumption that is lower than 36 Watt. In sleep mode, it consumes less than 0.5 watts. The low energy consumption makes the screen a conscious choice. The combination of elegant appearance and ultra-flat monitor makes this display an excellent model in the lightweight class which is also ideal for a multi-screen setup.

Specifications
Screen diagonal: 27 inch (68.6 cm)
Resolution: 1.920 x 1.080 pixels
Panel type: TN
Panel surface: Anti-glare
Response time (gray to gray): 8ms
Image refresh rate: 60Hz
Curved: No
UltraWide: No
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Contrast ratio: 1000:1
Brightness: 220 cd/m²
View angle: 178°
Speakers: No
VGA port: 1x
HDMI port: 1x
USB-port:
DVI port: -
DP port: -
Stand tilt (down/up): Yes
Stand swivel (left/right): No
Stand height adjustment: No
Kensington Lock: Yes
Power Consumption: <36W
Power Saving: <0.5W
Wall mounting: VESA 75 x 75 mm
Front Control (key): MENU, BRI (-), VOL(+), AUTO/ENTER, POWER
Dimension with stand: 61.5 x 43.7 x 20.8 cm
Power cord: -
Adapter: 12V 2.5A (1.5 m)
VGA cord: Yes (1.5 m)
User manual: Yes
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