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Acer's 43-inch Predator CG7 Large Format HDR Gaming Display is now available in the US

A 43-inch screen that offers refresh rates up to 144Hz and G-Sync Compatability.

Acer's 43-inch Predator CG7 Large Format HDR Gaming Display is now available in the US

Acer's 43-inch Predator CG7 Large Format HDR Gaming Display is now available in the US 

When it comes to 4K, bigger is better. Yes, 24-inch and 27-inch 4K displays exist, but the benefit of high resolutions is the ability to scale to large screen sizes without blocky pixels. This is where monitors like the Acer Predator CG7 (CG437K Pbmiiippuzx) come into play, featuring support for refresh rates of 120Hz (144Hz when overclocked) at 4K while also offering support for Adaptive Sync. 

We reported on this screen back in April, but now this screen is available in the US, costing Americans 1,499 of their US dollars, but for that, they get G-Sync compatibility and certified VESA DisplayHDR 1000 support. 

The Predator CG7 utilises a VA panel which boasts support for 90% of the DCI-P3 colour space, delta E 

 
Unlike what other websites have reported, we know that this screen doesn't ship with four LED lighting strips. However, this screen does support Acer's RGB light Sense tech, which can be used to make this screen deliver lighting actions that respond to your in-game actions, music or cycle through nine preset patterns. This screen also support USB Type-C connectivity at up to 60Hz, which is useful for smartphone connectivity. This screen also comes with a remote control, making this screen usable in a TV-like configuration. 

Acer's 43-inch Predator CG7 Large Format HDR Gaming Display is now available in the US  

At this time, it is unknown when this screen will become available in the UK and Europe. 

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11-11-2019, 14:46:24

NeverBackDown
Not that bad of a price for what you get. Yeah you can get similar TVs for bigger sizes and as good picture quality, but monitors are tuned for PC so I would guess input lag and response times would be lower. Plus you don't need a 65inch TV 3 feet from your face

Still out of my price range though Quote

11-11-2019, 14:47:48

VonBlade
Nurse, it's happened again. Fetch me some wet wipes and a clean pair of boxers.
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11-11-2019, 14:53:59

looz
This is an interesting bracket. I was going to praise Samsung's Q60 TV as a replacement but apparently their 43 and 49 inch models are 60Hz native without VRR. But still, expected to have pretty fierce competition from smaller TVs.Quote

11-11-2019, 15:23:52

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Not that bad of a price for what you get. Yeah you can get similar TVs for bigger sizes and as good picture quality, but monitors are tuned for PC so I would guess input lag and response times would be lower. Plus you don't need a 65inch TV 3 feet from your face

Still out of my price range though
Don't knock that until you've tried it Quote

11-11-2019, 16:28:08

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Don't knock that until you've tried it
I can promise I would not enjoy moving my head all around to look at the corners of the screen Quote
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