Apr 29, 2017 07:04 PM EDT
At its last annual Next@Acer event in New York, Acer had announced a few devices and technologies that outstand consumers. Yet, the company’s just launched 27" LCD monitors: Predator X27 and Predator Z271UV which incorporates Quantum Dot technology took the spotlight.
According to PC World, Acer’s new Predator X27 might be the top tier gaming monitor that a gamer could ever want. The beastly specs of the monitor were described to be a dynamic 4K resolution display paired with a fast 144Hz refresh rate along with a 4ms response time. Yet, it was said that ASUS plans to release their monitor that integrates NVIDIA’s G-Sync HDR display along with beast specs as well.
Acer’s Predator X27 was also stated to sport the Quantum Dot technology. In which integrates Nano-crystal coating that emits specific colored lights. Compared to standard monitors, the Predator X27’s display color range and brightness are then increased thanks to the technology. Also, like the latest release of Acer’s Z271UV, the Predator X27 was mentioned to have NVIDIA G-Sync HDR display and Tobii’s eye tracking feature.
Furthermore, Acer’s Predator X27’s 99 percent coverage of the Adobe RGB color space and 178-degree viewing angles was said to glorify the gaming monitor as well. Aside from that, it was mentioned that normal PC brightness has 400 nits of brightness while the Predator X27 was announced to have 1,000 nits via 384 separate backlights.
Meanwhile, PPP Focus also reported that along Acer Predator X27, a bunch of few devices was also released. Acer also released its new ProDesigner PE320QK monitor, Predator Helios 300 and Predator Triton 700. Another was mentioned to be the company’s latest AeroBlade 3D fans to enable Predator Triton ultrathin gaming notebook series.
Other new technologies released were identified to be Acer’s VisionCare with Flickerless, BluelightShield, ComfyView and low dimming technologies. Nonetheless, the Acer Predator X27 is indeed a big wait for gamers everywhere. But sadly, there is no release date or more details from Acer about the highly expected gaming monitor.
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