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Acer introduces AOpen monitors with 165Hz refresh rate, priced from RM599

by Yvonne Ng
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Acer is just in time; now that Malaysians are experiencing MCO 2.0 and have to start working from home again, Acer introduced two new AOpen monitors — the AOpen 32HC5QR and the AOpen 24MV1YP.

AOpen monitors satisfy both work and entertainment needs

As indicated by their names, the 32HC5QR is a 32-inch monitor and the 24MV1YP is a 24-inch monitor. Both supports AMD FreeSynce Premium technology and supports up to 165Hz refresh rate, so users can also game on these monitor with minimum lag and screen tears. These monitors also sport the Flicker-less and BlueLightShield technologies, meaning extended usage will not be as strenuous to the eyes — they also support HDR10 resulting in more vivid colours and contrast.

24-inch monitor has 1ms response time

Acer also stated that these monitors offer up to 178º viewing angle and a tilt-adjustable stand for the optimal viewing position. The 32-inch monitor uses a FHD VA panel with 5ms response time whereas the 24-inch monitor comes with 1ms Turbo Visual Response. The bigger monitor is priced at RM839 while the smaller one costs RM599.

Get them for less during flash sales

However, Acer will be offering discounts on both units to celebrate the arrival of these monitors. These monitors will be available at RM759 and RM569 respectively during the Lazada and Shopee flash sales. Lazada’s flash sale will last a full day on January 21, 2021 whereas Shopee’s Shocking sale will start from 12am to 9am on January 22, 2021.

If you missed out on the flash sales, you can also get these monitor during its launch promotion from January 21 to January 24 in which you’ll get a Display Port cable and an Acer/Predator vacuum flask for free when you purchase the 24-inch monitor, or a free Predator Mouse Pad when you get the 32-inch monitor.

Get the 24-inch monitor here and the 32-inch monitor here.

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