NVIDIA will propel themselves into a totally new era of enthusiast gaming displays with their new 4K 144Hz G-Sync HDR displays coming out this year, something they've been working closely with ASUS and Acer on.
These new displays will arrive as 27-inch super-powered gaming displays with a native 4K resolution, super-quick 144Hz refresh rate, HDR technology and dashed with G-Sync. We have heard prices of somewhere in the $1500 to $2000 range, but according to some European retail listings for the new 4K 144Hz displays we could be looking at over $3000 for first adopters.
Acer's upcoming Predator X27 seems the cheapest so far with a converted price of between $2500 and $3068 while ASUS has the even more premium side of things covered with their ROG Swift PG27UQ that is priced between $2500 and $3607. Incredible price, but these monitors will be the most premium (lots of) money can buy.
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