Acer announce their Predator Z35P 3440x1440 monitor

Acer announce their Predator Z35P 3440x1440 monitor

Acer announce their Predator Z35P 3440x1440 monitor

Acer announce their Predator Z35P 3440x1440 monitor

 
Acer has now announced their new Predator Z35P 3440x1440 G-Sync monitor, coming with an 1800R curve and a 4ms Grey-to-Grey response time. 
 
This display offers a significant resolution boost over Acer's 2560x1080 Z35, coming with a standard refresh rate of up to 100Hz, though some early users have reported an overclocked 120Hz option in this display's OSD. 
 

The Acer Z35P comes with a VA-type panel which can display images from either HDMI or DisplayPort connections. This monitor also comes with a stand that offers up to 20-degree swivel and -4 to 35-degree tilt options. 

Acer announce their Predator Z35P 3440x1440 monitor

 

This display is already available at select retailers in the US for $1099.99, which prices this display similarly to competing 3440x1440 G-Sync monitors. 

 

You can join the discussion on Acer's Z35P 3440x1440 monitor on the OC3D Forums

 

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08-05-2017, 14:51:48

Dicehunter
Cool but no thanks, I'd like a 4K 60Hz quantum dot HDR 32" panel with symmetrical looks, No fancy lights, No gamery looks, No Freesync or G-sync.Quote

08-05-2017, 18:35:42

Chrazey
Lol, so they release in principle an identical monitor to the X34A?...Quote

08-05-2017, 18:41:47

Kleptobot
i wonder if this uses the same panel as the x34A? just with some software magic to get that overclock to 120Hz...

And then the question would be, could you flash the firmware to get that extra frequency boost for freeQuote

08-05-2017, 18:45:00

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Lol, so they release in principle an identical monitor to the X34A?...
Pretty much yeah "Look we have an extra 20Hz refresh rate, WOOOOOOO" Quote

08-05-2017, 19:11:36

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Pretty much yeah "Look we have an extra 20Hz refresh rate, WOOOOOOO"
Yeah, how lame... The only "upgrade" I see is that it doesn't have a shiny back, which the X34A has and is a pure dust magnet.

Other than that, they just added 20Hz extra refresh rate, at the same price? Yeah... I'll just leave it at that.Quote
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