Acer 27" Predator XB271HK 4K G-Sync IPS Gaming Monitor
27" Acer Predator, NVIDIA G-Sync, IPS, 3840x2160, 4ms, 350cd/m2, 1000:1, DP/HDMI, 2x 2W Speakers, 4x USB 3.0 Out, Black
By DPD On 25th Oct 2019
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Ultra HD, G-Sync Gaming Monitor from Acer Predator Series
LED Gaming Screen from Acer Predator Series
The Acer XB series of gaming monitors is part of their Predator gaming line. It holds powerful technologies to enhance your gaming such as G-Sync for smooth and seamless cinematics. This aggressive style PC monitor allows multiple screen setup: one for fun, two for multi-tasking, three for an ultimate gaming experience. Enjoy immersive multiple-monitor setups with ZeroFrame bezels that keep you in the game.
Ultra HD Resolution
Immersive 3840x2160 resolution
Gaming monitors used to sacrifice colour for speed, but now there’s no need to compromise with a range of gorgeous and powerful displays. IPS technology provides rich colour and fast gaming glory. Once you try it, you won’t go back.
Monitor Built for Gaming
G-sync technology for tear-free gameplay
XB1 series monitors are packed full of features to choose from. Create your own ultimate gaming experience with extreme resolutions, fast refresh rates, IPS technology and more. Standard features like GameView and NVIDIA G-SYNC make every choice a good one.
Game View Tech
Seize control and get the most from your games
Take charge of any situation with Predator GameView. 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.
Ultra Low Motion Blur
IPS technology for great colour accuracy and viewing angles
Tired of that ugly motion blur when you drift around corners? Get a superb racing experience with NVIDIA ULMB2 (Ultra Low Motion Blur) technology for crystal clear gameplay at high frame rates.
IPS technology for great colour accuracy and viewing angles.
Colour: Good colour brings game worlds to life and lets you pick out enemies with precision. We managed to get the XB1 series up to 100% sRGB2. Now that’s some accurate colour!
Comfort: Predator EyeProtect’s Flicker-less, Blue-light Filter, ComfyView and Low-dimming technologies minimise eye-strain from long gaming sessions.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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