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Thursday, 02 October 2008 22:24

Acer launches the new Ferrari LCD

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The 22-inch F-22Bid

Acer has announced a new 22-inch Limited Edition Ferrari LCD display, branded as the F-22Bid. Unfortunately, as only 500 of these are going to hit the market, we expect it to be anything but cheap.

This new addition to the Acer's LCD monitor range has a nice black horsie on the front bezel and it will have a brightness of 300cd/m², a contrast ratio of 20,000:1 with Adaptive Contrast Management, and a response time of 2ms (GTG).

The F-22Bid has native WSXGA resolution at 1,680x1,050 pixels, and comes with HDMI, DVI and a D-Sub inputs. According to the specification list, it has a power consumption of up to 55W and the dimensions are set at 512x416x203mm (WxHxD). Acer, unfortunately, didn't list the suggested retail price for this model.

According to the post over at Engadget, the identical, but of course non-limited edition version is currently available at Newegg.com with a price tag of US$309 (€223).

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