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Acer announces the world's first 4K display with NVIDIA G-Sync

Acer has just announced my next gaming display, the world's first 4K display with NVIDIA's G-Sync technology (TPE:2353, NASDAQ:NVDA)

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: May 27, 2014 7:36 am

I have only just noticed this now, but a few days ago Acer announced the world's first 4K display that is powered by NVIDIA's impressive G-Sync technology, the Acer XB280HK.

 

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Acer's new XB280HK is a 28-inch LED-backlit 4K display with a resolution of 3840x2160, with NVIDIA's G-Sync technology built-in. For those not in the loop with NVIDIA's G-Sync technology, it is there to help synchronize the display's refresh rate to the GPU, which completely eliminates screen tearing, reducing display stutter and input lag. This provides a much, much smoother gaming experience. Acer has provided some extra technology goodies for programmers, writers and graphic designers who spend all day looking at their monitor. We have:

 

  • Flicker-less technology - stable power supply eliminates screen flicker particularly beneficial for heavy users by helping to reduce eye strain.
  • Low dimming technology - adjust to as low as 15 percent brightness in low light environments to make it easy on the eyes. Standard monitor settings start at 30 percent brightness level.
  • ComfyView technology - the non-glare panel reduces reflection from light source.

 

Acer expects to begin shipping the XB280HK sometime before before June in the US, EMEA, Japan and Taiwan markets.

NEWS SOURCES:Us.acer.com

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