Acer reveals their Predator 43-inch CG437KP 4K 144Hz DisplayHDR 1000 gaming monitor
A TV-sized monitor with a 144Hz refresh rate at VRR functionality
Published: 11th April 2019 | Source: Acer |
Acer reveals their Predator 43-inch CG7 4K 144Hz DisplayHDR 1000 gaming monitor
During their announcement, Acer specified that their CG437KP would support variable refresh rates (VRR) and support the function with both gaming PCs and consoles, hinting at G-Sync compatibility by citing Nvidia's support for Adaptive-Sync on Pascal and Turing series graphics cards.
With a screen size of 43 inches, Acer is targetting their Predator CG437KP at gamers who want to have a television-scale 4K monitor, a size which enabled them to fully see and appreciate the visual upgrades that are offered by ultra HD displays. In terms of HDR support, Acer also promises to deliver DisplayHDR 1000 support and 90% coverage of the DCI-P3 colour space.
Given Acer's promise of "console functionality", it is likely that the Predator CG437KP will support both HDMI and DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, with HDMI being reserved for consoles while DisplayPort 1.4 is designed for use with gaming PCs that target the screen's full 4K 144Hz specifications.
At this time the release date and pricing of Acer's Predator CG437KP monitor is unknown, though it is expected to release sometime this year.
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