ACER Predator Monitor Version XB241YU, with WQHD Gaming Display
ACER Predator Curved Monitor with 23.8" TN LED Screen
In the past monitors would sacrifice colour for speed, but now with monitors such as this 23.8-inch Predator XB241YU from ACER you can warp to a new level of gaming on a stunning IPS display. Experience a whole new smooth with NVIDIA's G-Sync and other great in-built technologies that help enhance this impressive monitors capabilities even further.
Wide-Quad High-Def Resolution
Enhanced Visuals with WQHD
Everything's better with more pixels, gaming, designing, browsing and more. This Predator monitor features a 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution that makes textures crisp and clear enhancing the immersion. Plus, this is commonly referred to as a resolution sweet spot for high-speed gaming - stay ahead of the rest!
Designed For Gamers
Strong Dynamic Gamer Design
A futuristic aluminum base design with a matte finish levels-up your desktop setup to the next stage. The aggressive redesign and ergonomic tilt/height adjustment combine to create the ultimate comfort in gaming setups.
Acer Refresh Rate
Advanced Gaming Hz Speeds
A super-charged 144Hz refresh rate gives you all the speed you need to dominate your opponents and get the most out of your graphics card. Find opponents before they spot you and enjoy crystal clear curves on the racetrack. When overclocked the refresh rate can reach up to 165Hz.
Smooth Gaming Monitor Visuals
NVIDIA G-Sync Embedded Gaming Monitor
NVIDIA G-SYNC creates a smooth gaming experience by syncing frames rendered by your GPU to the refresh rate of your monitor - get the buttery-smooth gameplay you've dreamed of. This advanced process completely eliminates screen tearing and minimizes stuttering, in-turn enhancing the immersion of your games.
Make the Most of Your Games
Predator GameView technology allows you to adjust dark boost levels, make precise colour adjustments and set up aim points for hip-fire accuracy. Save custom settings in three profiles you can switch between at any time.
Connecting you to Curved Capabilities
1 x DisplayPort | 1 x HDMI | 4 x USB 3.0
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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