It’s not every day we find a two-for-one deal, but today we’ve come across a great one for the Acer EK220Q Abi 22-Inch Monitor. Over at the official Acer store, they’re offering two of these 22-inch monitors for a total of $99, or just $50 apiece.
This is a great opportunity to get two matching monitors at a very reasonable rate. They have an FHD resolution and use a VA panel, so they aren’t exactly top-of-the-line, but the specs are just fine for the average user.
Acer EK220Q Abi 22-Inch Monitor Two for One Bundle: was $259, now $99 at Acer
Today at Acer, you can take home two EK220Q Abi monitors for $99 as part of a two-for-one-bundle. They span 22 inches across and use VA panels with an FHD resolution. The monitor can reach a refresh rate as high as 75Hz.
The Acer EK220Q Abi monitor spans 22 inches and features a VA panel. It has an FHD resolution which measures up to 1920 x 1080px. It has a response time of 5ms and can reach a maximum refresh rate of 75 Hz.
According to Acer, the monitor can reach a brightness of 250 Nits. Users have a couple of ports to take advantage of, including one HDMI port and a VGA port. The purchase is supported by a limited 1-year manufacturer’s warranty from Acer.
It’s unclear how long the offer will be made available, but you can find more details on the official Acer website on the EK220Q Abi monitor product page.
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This would be a nice deal for someone needing two monitors for a work application or such.Reply
Acer often offers seemingly decent monitors for pricing but I have often found that many of the "75hz gaming" models on the low end are pretty much trash regardless of which graphics card they are paired with. Many of them are freesync (although I didn't see this one mention that) and even with an AMD card they still find ways to look bad. Just the same, if they were 24" I would purchase a few for use in various applications. 22 is pretty small...
Why not spend $10 more and upgrade to 24" (from 21.5), 100hz refresh rate, and Freesync support?Reply
^ That is a decent deal. Showing $20 ground shipping CONUS.Reply
I live in europe and I haven't been successful at finding this deal here, does anyone know if it exists here?Reply
Alvar Miles Udell said:Why not spend $10 more and upgrade to 24" (from 21.5), 100hz refresh rate, and Freesync support?
Man, this is actually a spanking great deal! I'd grab them in a heartbeat if I could.