Acerâ€™s brand new D241H will revolutionize the way we use a PC monitor – at least according to Acer. The 24-inch monitor has built-in Wi-Fi, media player and widgets that let you browse web content via different services - even without a PC connected. <br /><br /><h3>Acer D241H with Wi-Fi</h3>We all know the Apple iMacs that are monitors with a built-in computer. Acer wants to do kind of the same thing but also do it quite differently from Apple's approach. <br /><br />Acer has not integrated a PC into their new monitor. Instead, they have incorporated Wi-Fi (and wired) and widgets. This allows the users to access the internet, check e-mails or play back music and video via different services, without having a PC connected to the D241H. <br /><br /><p align=center> <img class="imgresponsive" src=pictures/acerd241h.jpg alt="Acer D241H"><br><i>Acer D241H</i></p><br />It sort of reminds us of the widget-based TVs that were introduced on CES 2010 but now as a monitor solution. At the moment Acer is running alone with this but letâ€™s see where theyâ€™re headed. <br /><br />D241H also has built-in photo frame functionality, world clock and a calendar. <br /><br />The bezel has been made from glossy black plastic.<br /><br /><h3>Technical specifications</h3> Acer D241H can also be used as a traditional PC monitor and features a 1920x1080 panel and 80,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The response time is 2 ms (G2G) and then D241H comes with both HDMI and DVI input. <br /><br />Acer D241H will be available very soon. The price has not been disclosed.