Acer premium monitors meet Eyesafe standard

Acer premium monitors meet Eyesafe standard

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Acer, a leading manufacturer of monitors, laptops, and other technology products, announced that their premium commercial and gaming monitors have successfully passed certification testing for the TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe Display Standard.

Why is this important?  Well, the Eyesafe standard is a globally-recognized and most advanced set of health and safety requirements for blue management and color performance in consumer electronics. The TÜV Rheinland Group, the international independent third-party testing, inspection, and certification organization, administered the testing.

The ten Acer units with Eyesafe® will begin shipping this last quarter.

According to Eyesafe, passing their stringent standards represents the commitment to health and safety. Acer has differentiated many of its products with Eyesafe, identifying display performance driven by health research and scientific study.

So you know you are getting a monitor that’s not going to melt your eyeballs off. Or irradiate your pupils then you start getting X-ray vision. Or get a third eye. With a weird squint. Just kidding. Believe us as  these Acer monitors getting the Eyesafe standard will make it safer to use. 

For Acer’s part, it is committed to innovation and bringing new technology that enhances its users’ experience and well-being. Industry-leading Eyesafe gaming monitors provide even more vivid colors while reducing blue light emissions.

Acer Gaming Monitors meet Eyesafe standard

Recent studies indicate that more consumers want a single, consumer-friendly set of standards for low blue light and color management. The worldwide impact of Covid-19 forced many companies to shift to work-from-home policies and students to adapt to remote or distance learning. 

This new normal resulted in a massive spike in screen time and an intake of blue light. In the US, a recent Nielsen study indicates that average screen time is now exceeding 13 hours a day. These circumstances have become a great concern to the global eye care community.

The ten new Acer desktop monitor displays that have achieved Eyesafe® certification are among the Predator XB3, Nitro XV2, Acer CB2, and BL0 series.

The Eyesafe Display Standard is an industry-leading set of requirements for the display industry. The Acer products that have passed the Eyesafe Display Standard requirements will receive an AK Certificate (Certificate of Conformance) issued by TÜV Rheinland, including the test report. Consumers can obtain information on certified products on the TÜV Rheinland certificate database Certipedia helps facilitate consumers’ understanding of a product and enhance confidence in the purchase. With TÜV Rheinland AK Certificate, Acer can now begin using the Eyesafe® Display label authorized by Eyesafe® in its marketing and brand communications.

If you want to learn more about Acer’s Eyesafe Display certification, visit Eyesafe.com/Acer.

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