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Meet Acer USB-C Compatible Monitor With Chrombase

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Acer has unveiled its new H7 monitors today, which happen to be the among the first to support USB Type-C. As we are slowly nearing the day when we only need one cable to transfer data and connect or charge our devices, this product is more appealing. Of course, the new H7 monitors also support HDMI, as well as having a DisplayPort and USB Type-A port.

There are two variants – a 25-inch and a 27-inch version and prices will start at $500, according to Acer. The Acer Chromebase 24 (CA24I) features the largest screen of all Chrome OS devices on the market, a 23.8-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display with IPS technology, reproducing consistent and accurate colors at up to 178-degree wide viewing angles. VESA mount support and 10-point multi-touch option allows for even more intuitive and convenient operation, making it an easy fit in any public space such as for use as digital signage or kiosk device.

Acer USB-C H7 Monitor

Intel Core processors provide the Chromebase 24 with outstanding performance, up to 8GB of DDR3L brings a smooth computing experience, and 802.11ac wireless or Gigabit Ethernet enables speedy network connectivity. Optimized for video conferencing, the Chromebase 24 incorporates four digital microphones, and can capture the perfect frame with the chassis that easily tilts from – 5° to 30°in addition to the adjustable HD webcam.

“Intel Core processors work seamlessly with Chrome OS to deliver the incredible performance and graphics that consumers and businesses expect from an all-in-one desktop,” said Gregory Bryant, Corporate Vice President and General Manager, Desktop Client Platforms Group, Intel. “With smooth video conferencing, a great HD video experience and ability to multi-task, the Acer Chromebase 24 with Intel Core is an exciting all-in-one design.”

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