As well as unveiling their new lightweight laptop and re-designed Windows Mixed Reality headset, Acer has also introduced its new Predator and Nitro 4K gaming monitors. Taking the form of the new Predator XB273K gaming monitor capable of providing gamers with an ultra-HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels together with NVIDIA G-Sync technology.
For AMD enthusiasts Acer has created the Acer Nitro XV273K gaming monitor equipped with support for AMD Radeon FreeSync technology and offering owners a 1ms Visual Response Boost to deliver extremely-high refresh rates and ultra-high resolution, says Acer. Other features include HDR with Wide Colour Gamut (WCG) to deliver more realistic and accurate images.
The Acer Nitro XV273K will be available in Q4 2018 priced from $899 or €1049 or ¥6,999. The Acer Nitro XV272U Q4 2018 $499 or $599 and the Acer Nitro XF272U will be available in Q4 2018 from $449, $529 or ¥ 3,999.
“The new Acer Nitro XV273K monitor delivers extremely high refresh rates and ultra-high resolution, offering outstanding casual gameplay at affordable prices. These new IPS3 UHD monitors with AMD Radeon™ FreeSync1 satisfy gamers’ need for high resolution gaming through a blazing fast response time of up to 1ms and Visual Response Boost (VRB) for smooth, tear-free gameplay that doesn’t break the bank.”
The Acer Predator XB273K gaming monitor will be available to purchase during Q4 2018 with prices starting from $1,299 or €1499 or ¥9,999 depending on your location. “ The Predator XB273K gaming monitor will be available to purchase during Q4 2018 with prices starting from $1,299 or €1499 or ¥9,999 depending on your location. “The new Predator XB273K gaming monitor is for gamers looking for an incredible gaming experience. The IPS3 display panel features a wide color gamut of 90% of the DCI-P3 color space for vibrant colors that pop out and deeper blacks. For enhanced color vibrancy, VESA DisplayHDR™ 400 certification ensures better contrast and color accuracy so customers experience AAA games as they were meant to be.”