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The Acer X223W is a 22“ widescreen (473 x 296 mm) TN panel monitor that supports 16.7M (6+HiFRC) colours and has a Pixel Pitch of 0.282mm. It supports a resolution of 1680 x 1050 @ 60Hz with a brightness of 300 cd/m2 and 2500:1 contrast ratio. It has a Horizontal-Vertical Frequency of 30~82KHz (H) - 56~76Hz(V), a viewing angle of 170°(H),160°(V) and a response time of 5 ms. The monitor has Analog / Dual Input (DVI w/HDCP) input signal and as a power consumption of 45 W (power saving Off:…See more
The Acer X223W is a 22“ widescreen (473 x 296 mm) TN panel monitor that supports 16.7M (6+HiFRC) colours and has a Pixel Pitch of 0.282mm. It supports a resolution of 1680 x 1050 @ 60Hz with a brightness of 300 cd/m2 and 2500:1 contrast ratio. It has a Horizontal-Vertical Frequency of 30~82KHz (H) - 56~76Hz(V), a viewing angle of 170°(H),160°(V) and a response time of 5 ms. The monitor has Analog / Dual Input (DVI w/HDCP) input signal and as a power consumption of 45 W (power saving Off: 1W / Standby: 2W). It comes with a VESA Wall Mounting (100 x 100 mm) and Kensington lock. It supports VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, NEC, Apple and VESA video mode. The front panel controls has brightness, contrast, picture position, pixel clock frequency, color select and adjust, 5 languages reset mode, power on/off sw, power LED, function +/-,adjust +/- controls.
The Acer X223W features a large viewing area and digital interface for a view all of the Vista toolbars and in parallel multiple applications. It integrates Acer display applications like eColor management and eDisplay and additional security tools like asset management. The X223W features a widescreen LCD that reduces window overlap, by offering a broader display area for games and video. The digital X223W is also certified as premium for Vista rendering all of the benefits of the additional toolbars and browsing icons. Images are reproduced with speed and clarity because of a dynamic contrast ratio of 2500:1 and Acer eColor management system which enable adjustments to all aspect of the colour hue and gamma without an impact on the brightness and contrast settings. The X223W also supports work applications like CAD which require the optimal PPI. The digital X223W supports digital interface with HDCP and requires a DVI to ensure compatibility with the latest PC graphic cards for current and future compatibility. The display is also certified by all of the industries most stringent safety standards like TC003, ISO13406-2 and Energy Star V4.1 for lower power consumption.See less
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How remove mounting "tang" from Acer X223W LCF Monitor
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-05-15
I've attached an xbox to the vga connection (via a vga > dvi connector) but don't know how to switch between the pc and the xbox (when i try switching to analogue, i get no signal and it reverts back to the pc view). does this have something to do with the converter i put in? will i need a kvm switch?
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-06-08
I recently purchased an acer x223w and have noticed that images displayed are fatter than they originally are. If you have a circle the monitor displays it as a slight oval with the fatness around the equator of the circle. In short any image of a person will appear fatter than they really are. Tried to adjust the width via the monitor’s menu but it does not allow such adjustments. While control panel has a width adjustment it does not appear to take (no effect on the image). Have current drivers for the monitor and have reviewed this with the acer support staff. Their only suggestion was to take the monitor and hook it up to another computer. Inquired about the video card as the computer is an older model (purchased in the early 2000’s) using windows 2000 professional. As I am doing graphic arts this is a real problem as everything is wider around the equator. A true square will appear as a fat rectangle or my girl friend looks like she has been eating a wee bit too much and should shed some lb’s. Any thoughts? New video card (and if so what would you recommend)? DWT
Answered by alantalbert 2009-06-20:
Did you attempt to adjust the screen resolution? You need to do that and select a resolution that works with the monitor. (Look for the one that shows the wides possible monitor set up and choose that one.) This monitor is not a true 16:9 screen, so if you select a traditional wide screen setting it will show you an ellipse instead of a perfect