We're not far away from a world where 4K 144Hz HDR G-Sync gaming monitors are a thing, with the high-end gaming displays teased at CES 2017 earlier this year, Acer held its own press event in New York City to display its latest and greatest - including their upcoming Predator X27 gaming display.
Acer's upcoming Predator X27 display is a 27-inch 4K gaming monitor with the sublime 144Hz refresh rate with NVIDIA's G-Sync tech sprinkled on top, but introduces HDR tech as well. There are 384 individually controlled LED zones that will provide a wide color contrast, so expect this to be one of the best gaming displays ever released.
Victor Chien, the President of Acer's Digital Display Business said: "Acer is excited to be expanding our premium gaming monitor line-up with two new quantum dot models to make gameplay more lifelike than ever before. The Predator X27's 4K resolution at 144 Hz and Acer HDR Ultra technology create dazzling visuals that must be seen to be believed".
Inside of Acer's new Predator X27 is NVIDIA's ULMB tech, or Ultra Low Motion Blur, which sees the Predator X27 being one of the most lighting fast displays yet. We have up to 1000 nits of brightness, and 99% of the Adobe RGB color space, with a 4ms response time. Acer has also included Tobii eye tracking technology, and while most gamers won't use it - at least it's there if you ever want it.
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