Acer today announced new versions of Predator and Nitro gaming monitors, which launch with a thin frame design, with a distinct set of specifications.
New versions of Predator gaming monitors come with a feature upgrade, while a new generation of Nitro monitors come with a lower pricing level.
Predator X34 GS gaming display
Acer offers a 34-inch Predator X34 GS screen and a curved screen design with wide viewing angles, and the screen also features QHD display quality, or 3440 by 1440 pixels, in IPS panels, and is expected to come at a price of $ 1,100 when it was launched in the US market in December.
The Predator X34 GS also comes with G-Sync technology, and supports overclocking to support a 180Hz refresh rate, with a super-fast response at half a millisecond.
The screen also supports VESA DisplayHDR 400, with 98% color coverage of DCI-P3 shades, and comes with an audio system that includes two built-in 7W amplifiers.
Predator XB253Q GW Gaming Monitor
Acer offers a 24.5-inch Predator XB253Q GW gaming display, with a RGB LED strip that supports lighting and interaction with audio, and games, and the screen also features 1080p IPS panels, G-Sync technology, and overclocking support to support a 280Hz refresh rate, with Half a millisecond response time, available January 2021, $ 430.
Predator XB323U GX gaming monitor
The Predator XB323U GX gaming screen applies to 32 inches, with QHD display quality, overclocking support for 270Hz refresh rate, fast response at 0.5 milliseconds, and 99% coverage of AdobeRGB gamut colors.
The screen also supports VESA DisplayHDR 600, and 8-bit color processing with central dimming, where Acer confirms that the screen will support an immersive black color to highlight the details with higher accuracy, also supports the screen Nvidia G-Sync technology and starts at $ 900, to be available in the US market In January 2021.
Predator XB273U NV Gaming Monitor
The Predator XB273U NV screen comes with VisionCare 4.0 technology that supports automatic adjustment of screen brightness, color temperature and shades, and the screen features 27-inch IPS panels, QHD display quality, and supports a refresh rate of 170Hz, with a fast response at 1 millisecond.
The screen also supports HDR content with DisplayHDR 400 standards, with a color coverage of 95% of the DCI-P3 gamut colors, and the screen comes with an RGB lighting strip on the back side, as it supports lighting compatible with the display, and the screen starts at $ 550, and is available in the US market In January.
XV272U KV and XV272 LV gaming monitors
Acer also unveiled the XV272U KV and XV272 LV monitors for games from the Nitro series of monitors, as they feature 27-inch screens.
The 27-inch XV272U KV screen is set to come in IPS panels with QHD display quality, which supports a 170Hz refresh rate and a quick response at 1 millisecond, and also comes with VisionCare 4.0 technology, support for automatic brightness adjustment, and starts at $ 400, to be available in Dec.
The XV272 LV screen also comes with a resolution of 1080 pixels in IPS panels, and a 165Hz refresh rate, with a color coverage of 90% of the DCI-P3 shades, and the screen is available in December at $ 280.