Acer AL1916W 19-inch Monitor
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  • I bought the Acer AL1916W 19-inch Monitor for my most recent computer build, and have found it to be a very clear, colorful picture for a flat screen
  • If there was anything I encountered during my construction of my PC, it's that monitors are, by far, the most expensive single component of a PC build behind graphics cards, and even then, if you get a high-quality monitor, it can exceed the cost of a high-quality GPU
  • I think this is a pleasing combination to the eye, as it doesn't have too much clutter
  • I would recommend this monitor for anyone who wants a clear picture and an average-sized widescreen

    • by Reed
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      I bought the Acer AL1916W 19-inch Monitor for my most recent computer build, and have found it to be a very clear, colorful picture for a flat screen. The 19-inches makes it fairly compatible with most graphics cards, and easy to read and see what is on the screen.

      I bought the monitor upon the recommendation of one of Arstechnica.com’s Guides, and it seemed an economical choice at just under 200 dollars. If there was anything I encountered during


      my construction of my PC, it’s that monitors are, by far, the most expensive single component of a PC build behind graphics cards, and even then, if you get a high-quality monitor, it can exceed the cost of a high-quality GPU. Therefore, I was pleased to read that the Acer monitor was a good compromise in quality from all the higher-priced brands, which were, on average, double the price of the Acer monitor.

      The monitor has four buttons and a ...


      • power button directly below the “Acer” logo. the only other writing is the “AL1916W” identification in the upper right hand corner. I think this is a pleasing combination to the eye, as it doesn’t have too much clutter. The stand itself has a large “Acer” logo on it, but it’s not very distracting. I find that the four buttons below the logo, which control various settings for picture quality, etc., are easy to use, and there’s even an “Auto-tune”
        button which attempts to adjust the screen to your current settings as far as your OS environment goes.

        I would recommend this monitor for anyone who wants a clear picture and an average-sized widescreen. I bought it for 200 dollars a little over a year ago, so it should now be even cheaper, and is a good solution. I’ve played games on it, and while it doesn’t have a DVI input, only VGA, it still works just fine for my needs.




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