Acer Predator Z271bmiphzx 27" 144Hz Curved G-sync Monitor
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Predator Z271 Curved Gaming Monitor with 27" Screen
Full HD ACER Curved Monitor | Explore Beyond Limits
Get a panoramic view of galactic domination with a wraparound game space that pulls you deeper into new worlds, thanks to ACER's 27" curved screen - slightly smaller but much cheaper than its counterpart. Experience a whole new smooth with the display technologies embedded into this gaming monitor from Acer. The curved 1920x1080 (Full HD) resolution will fill your peripheral vision with virtual worlds and other media, for true immersion.
UltraWide Curved Monitor Experience
Completely immerse your peripheral vison with this ultrawide, curved gaming monitor. Experience a panoramic view with wraparound game space that pulls you deeper into new worlds by filling your peripheral vision with detail filled digital worlds and/or other media.
Designed for Gamers
Strong Dynamic Gamer Design
Ergonomic stands allow the displays to be raised 120mm, tilted from-5°~ 25°and swiveled from -30° ~ 30°. The back of this Predator gaming monitor features a full complement of port connections.
Comfortable 4K Display
FlickerFree Views, Safer Gaming
Improve your viewing experience and help reduce eye strain with Acer VisualCare. This display features Acer Flicker-less, BlueLightShield, ComfyView and Low-dimming technologies, coming together to create a significantly improve viewing comfort while enhancing eye protection.
Smooth Gaming Monitor
G-Sync Embedded Gaming Monitor
Experience NVIDIAs G-Sync and its capability to create smooth, uninterupted game-play. By syncing frames that your GPU renders to the refresh rate of your monitor, the G-Sync embedded into this curved display will eliminate screen tearing and minimize stuttering.
Connecting you to Curved Capabilities
1 x DisplayPort | 1 x HDMI | 1 x USB
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||NVIDIA G-Sync|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||4 ms|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colors)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||33 W|
|Dimensions (with stand)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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