Acer announce their new 3440x1600 XR382CQK bmijqphuzx FreeSync Display

Acer announce their new 1600x3440 XR382CQK bmijqphuzx FreeSync Display

Acer announce their new 1600x3440 XR382CQK bmijqphuzx FreeSync Display

Acer announce their new 3440x1600 XR382CQK bmijqphuzx FreeSync Display

 
Many gamers and office workers are looking for displays that are larger and offer higher resolutions than standard displays, both to provide better images and offer an increased working area for productivity. 
 
Acer has now announced their XR382CQK bmijqphuzx, a 38-inch display that comes with an IPS panel and offers a screen resolution of 1600x3440. This display also comes with one of the strangest names on the market, winning the OC3D Confusion Award for non-descriptive product naming.  
 

This monitor will come with a maximum refresh rate of 75Hz and supports VESA Adaptive Sync (AMD FreeSync), supporting a FreeSync Range of 48-75Hz. This display will also come with a 2300R curve, support for 100% of the sRGB colour space and support for 10-bit colour, with the display being usable with DisplayPort 1.2a and HDMI 2.0.    

Acer announce their new 1600x3440 XR382CQK bmijqphuzx FreeSync Display  

 

This display supports VESA wall mounts and includes a 4-port USB 3.0 hub, which includes support for USB Type-C. This display will come at a price of $1,299, and is currently available to order in certain regions. 

 

You can join the discussion on Acer's 3440x1600 XR382CQK bmijqphuzx display on the OC3D Forums

 

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03-02-2017, 03:59:07

jimma47
Is this the same panel as the LG 38UC99? This has a slightly better Freesync range it seems.
what's with the name though?!?Quote

03-02-2017, 04:17:44

WYP
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Originally Posted by jimma47 View Post
Is this the same panel as the LG 38UC99? This has a slightly better Freesync range it seems.
what's with the name though?!?
There are similar displays, though this lists 100% sRGB coverage rather than 99% and comes with VESA mount support.

FreeSync range changes from 52-75 on the LG 38UC99 to 48-75 on the iuobgdsrpiugbgub9ugr (seriously did Acer just randomly type to make that model name?)

This new display is now significantly thinner and comes with a different backlight.

The LG 38UC99 is an 8-bit panel with 10-bit dithering, with this new model stating support for 1.07 Billion Colors (10-bit), though it is unclear if this is dithered or proper 10-bit.Quote

03-02-2017, 04:41:24

jimma47
Maybe a cat walked across the keyboard? Still it's a nice looking panel.Quote

03-02-2017, 06:18:04

King of Old Old School
This monitor is pure beauty. Same again Acer nail the design.

IMO the ASUS Swift looks ugly compared to this (which i'm talking about the stand) god that stand looks god awful.Quote

03-02-2017, 07:24:52

atomicus
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
There are similar displays, though this lists 100% sRGB coverage rather than 99% and comes with VESA mount support.

FreeSync range changes from 52-75 on the LG 38UC99 to 48-75 on the iuobgdsrpiugbgub9ugr (seriously did Acer just randomly type to make that model name?)

This new display is now significantly thinner and comes with a different backlight.

The LG 38UC99 is an 8-bit panel with 10-bit dithering, with this new model stating support for 1.07 Billion Colors (10-bit), though it is unclear if this is dithered or proper 10-bit.
It will almost certainly be the same panel as this is the only known 38" that exists, so still 8-bit + FRC. Such panels are still said to support 1.07 billion colours, so that distinction does not equal 10-bit.Quote
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