Acer: Acer I-series 55-inch Smart TV review: Loud, clear and affordable | Techy Kings


The Acer I-series 55-inch is an affordable smart TV and we don’t expect much from TV manufacturers at this price point. The Acer I-series 55-inch isn’t a masterpiece either. However, the quality of the plastic used here is of good quality and does not feel cheap at all. We didn’t see any flex or rough edges, nor did I notice any quality issues here.

The quality of the stand, although it is made of plastic, is very good, and when it is placed on the table, it keeps the TV stable and does not move.

In short, Acer has not cut corners when it comes to building quality. In addition, the company has provided a good selection of ports that includes 3xHDMI ports with eARC support, 2xUSB Type-A ports, an Ethernet port, an antenna port and an audio jack.

Our room had a 55-inch 4K UHD panel with HDR10+ with HLG support. Apart from that, the TV supports additional features like micro dimming, digital noise reduction, dynamic contrast and so on.

Talking about the quality, the only issue we had is that the panel needs some manual effort to bring out its true potential. That being said, the TV’s default display settings could have been slightly better.

Some minor tweaks in settings like brightness, contrast and color levels have turned the TV from good to better. We really enjoyed watching some shows and movies in 4K resolution.

We watched some 4K movies and shows like 6 Undergrounds, Lucifer, Manifest, etc. on the TV and overall we were very impressed with the quality. The micro-dimming technology seems to be doing its job well, and we noticed deep black levels when looking at it.

The TV comes with digital noise reduction and motion reduction technologies. We didn’t notice any ghosting issues or unnecessary noise in dark scenes during our testing. An amazing TV for this price.

Another important thing we want to highlight is that the UHD upscaling is also amazing. We also watched a couple of daily shows and news on the DTH set-top box and the TV managed to get high without looking artificial or too contrived.


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