Tilt phisically? It depends on the support stand it comes with.
If you mean rotating it, it is not possible with the included stand.
You may rotate the image on it by pressing the right side Alt key and the arrows at the same time. Depending what arrow you press with the Alt key the image can rotate to the left or right.
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Acer monitors all display the ACER logo when you turn them on. There are one of three most likely issues with the system.
If the monitor has multiple input jacks (VGA/DVI), check to be sure that the monitor is selecting the input that you have the computer connected to. One of the control buttons on the monitor should select input source.
If #1 is not the problem, the monitor itself may be faulty. The input jack may not be working. Test the system with another monitor if possible.
If another monitor doesn't work either, then you have a problem with the on-board graphics adapter for the computer. You will either need to replace the computer, or if possible, install a graphics card into the machine to take over for the failed portion of the motherboard.
The monitor should be able to move up and down and tilt from its stand. You can try this by grabbing the sides of the monitor and rotating it inward or outward. It should not take much effort to get it to tilt. If it doesn't move with minimal effort then it may not be able to tilt.
Hi, I'd like to ask for the model number. There are many to choose from and each manufacturer has different stands. (FYI, my Dell that I'm looking at has a very limited tilt back. Save the tilt for reducing the glare Ergonomically, the best thing is to have the monitor high enough vertically so that little or no tilt is needed. If you have to turn your head down to read it, you may feel neck ache after a few hours and days and.... Ugly but useful is the option of the obsolete phone book under the stand. If you want others to keep guessing, wrap it up in gift paper before placing it there! LOL!