Acer Predator 27" 4K Ultra HD 120Hz G-SYNC Ultimate HDR IPS Gaming Monitor
27" Acer Predator X27P Monitor, IPS, 3840x2160, 144Hz, 4ms, G-SYNC Ultimate, HDR, 1000:1, 1000cd/m², HDMI/DP
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ACER X27P Predator - 27" 4K Ultra HD 144Hz Gaming Monitor
BREAK BORDERS WITH UNBEATABLE GAMING PERFORMANCE Prepare yourself for a revolutionary gaming experience. Immerse yourself into all of your favourite titles with the Acer Predator X27P monitor. This high-end gaming display offers a speedy 144Hz refresh rate with beautiful 4K graphics. It uses NVIDIA G-Sync HDR technology to provide silky smooth gameplay along with a 4ms response time so you can hone your accuracy and gaming skills with ease. Acer Predator monitors boast an intense design that will make any setup look superior. Make your desktop perfect with a variety of ergonomically designed movement functions such as tilt, swivel and pivot, and customise the 384 LED backlight zones to add ambience and realism to every battle.
Experience Games at the Highest Quality
NVIDIA G-SYNC™ HDR TECHNOLOGY NVIDIA G-Sync provides high refresh rates and low input latency so the game responds quickly to your mouse, keyboard or gamepad instructions with the addition of HDR support. The HDR helps improve image quality, not just with better contrast, but also provides a wider colour gamut to benefit gamers. Enjoy silky-smooth gameplay and eliminate screen tearing with this innovative technology.
No More Ghosting
4MS RESPONSE TIME The Predator X27P by Acer boasts a 4ms response time meaning no more motion blue or visual artifacts. Ghosting is completely eliminated which means you can see clearly even in fast-paced gaming environments like first-person shooters.
Push Gaming Visuals to New Heights
THE HOLY GRAIL OF AMAZING GRAPHICS Experience something new. Something never before possible. Pushed to 144Hz on a 4K panel, the graphic goliath has finally arrived. Eliminate the possibility of motion blur and reach the peak of your 4K gaming potential.
Size is Everything
QUANTUM DOT DOMINANCE The 27” visual goliath packs a fierce 4K punch, leaving you with a perfect screen size for plenty of game time fun. Nanosized dots that emit a specific colour based on their size infuse your game with a lifelike-realism that only they can create.
Choose Between Different Gaming Modes
FX PREDATOR GAMEVIEW Using Predator GameView, there are three game modes to choose from: action, racing and sports. Use the default profile or customize your own to fit your preferences.
See What Matters
YOUR MONITOR, YOUR WAY Gain an edge over the competition and fine-tune your visuals with Dark Boost for greater details in dimly lit environments.
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