Earlier this morning, we brought you news of fresh Switch 2-in-1 convertibles and business-class TravelMate notebooks from Acer. Not to be left out, the company has also revealed a pretty swanky 32-inch monitor that many people would love to have sitting on their desk at home (or at the office).
The Acer BM320 measures 32-inch diagonally and comes with a 4K UHD screen resolution (3840x2160). Acer says that display offers “professional-grade” color accuracy, with the ability to display 100 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut. If that wasn’t tough, the BM320 covers 100 percent of the Rec. 709 and 90 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamuts.
Other features of the display include Uniformity Compensation (to help combat color fluctuations and reduce brightness), and support for 10-bit color depth. You’ll also find the ErgoStand which allows users to easily swivel, pivot and height-adjust the BM320 with little effort.
But perhaps the most interesting design aspect of the BM320 is its ZeroFrame design, which dramatically reduces the bezels flanking the left, right and top of the display. The bottom bezel is still a bit on the large side, but we won’t hold that against Acer. The company says that this makes for a more “seamless visual experience” when multiple monitors are placed side-by-side. If you recall, Acer has also implanted its ZeroFrame design on previous monitors like the H7 Series and Predator X34.
Unfortunately, Acer isn’t giving us any details on pricing or availability of the BM320. However, we will likely get additional information on the display at Computex, which is just around the corner.