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Old 9th May 2017, 06:22   #1
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Default Acer's ProDesigner BM320 display is ready for a hefty workload

The monitors best suited for play and work are different beasts. Acer's new display, the ProDesigner BM320, is most definitely in the latter category. This 32" 4K monitor is aimed squarely at content creators simultaneously worried about color reproduction accuracy and having tons of working space.

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