Acer announce their Predator X27 4K 144Hz HDR Ultra display

Acer announce their Predator X27 4K 144Hz HDR Ultra display

Acer announce their Predator X27 4K 144Hz HDR Ultra display

Acer announce their Predator X27 4K 144Hz HDR Ultra display

 
Acer has today announced their Predator X27 4K 144Hz HDR Ultra display, which comes with a Quantum Dot panel type and support for Nvidia's G-Sync HDR technology. 


This display also comes with Tobii Eye Tracking, allowing your PC to know exactly where your eyes are focusing on inside supported games, allowing you to interact with the environment faster and potentially gain an advantage over your opponents without even clicking a button. 

 

 

This display is designed to get the most out of High Dynamic Range content (HDR), with a maximum brightness of 1000 nits and 384 dynamic backlight areas, allowing this display to deliver unparalleled levels of contrast and allow both bright and dark content to be equally visible on this 4K monitor. 

The Predator Z27 will also come with a refresh rate of 144Hz, using the full bandwidth of DisplayPort 1.4 to provide both a high resolution and a fast refresh rate, delivering gamers the best of both worlds. 

 

 

At this time Acer has not released any pricing or availability information on this new monitor, though it is expected to launch with other G-Sync HDR displays later this year. 

 

You can join the discussion on Acer's Predator X27 4K 144Hz HDR Ultra G-Sync display on the OC3D Forums

 

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27-04-2017, 12:55:57

Dicehunter
This panel but in a nice understated Dell Ultrasharp kind of styling with no lights and fancy lines and then they will have my money.Quote

27-04-2017, 14:22:37

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
This panel but in a nice understated Dell Ultrasharp kind of styling with no lights and fancy lines and then they will have my money.
I think every company will end up getting your money at some point

On a serious note. This is going to be uber effing expensive...Quote

27-04-2017, 14:31:31

Bartacus
Not to mention small. When will these dopes get it? 27 / 28 is too damn small for 4K. How about some bigger options? Either way I wouldn't be buying that crap. Unless Nvidia drops the prices on their G-stink module, this will be silly expensive.Quote

27-04-2017, 16:35:22

Twan
I'm guessing 4K will not just be the resolution for this, but the price-tag as well... That said, if it doesn't get developed, it can't drop in price either. So I'm curious to see when an affordable version will be available.Quote

28-04-2017, 08:30:21

AngryGoldfish
This will likely be way out of the reach of even most enthusiasts. Joker suggested that side-by-side with a SDR monitor HDR does indeed look significantly better, but the price, resolution, and size will be a problem for many enthusiasts. I don't want 4k because it's too hard to run. I don't want 27" 4k because text will be too small. I don't have £1000+ to spend.Quote
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