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Acer Predator Z271bmiphzx 27" 144Hz Curved G-sync Monitor

27" Acer Predator Z271, 1920x1080, 144Hz, Curved 16:9, VA Display, NVIDIA G-Sync, 4ms, DP/HDMI, USB hub, Black

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Scan code: LN74983 Manufacturer code: UM.HX1EE.023
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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.

Curved Display

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.

Monitor Connections

Connecting you to Curved Capabilities

1 x DisplayPort | 1 x HDMI | 1 x USB


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27" Acer Predator Z271, 1920x1080, 144Hz, Curved 16:9, VA Display, NVIDIA G-Sync, 4ms, DP/HDMI, USB hub, Black is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic monitor I got this monitor from a high-street shop (PC World) for £439, but it's now £530 (15/7/17). Well the monitor is amazing!! Supplied 2 power cables, 1xUK & 1xEur, also a DP cable. Unpacking- well packed. No damage what so ever. Easy to set up. Base is solid and has some weight behind it. The monitor moves easily on its stand. Checked once plugged in, no dead pixels. Easy to set up G-Sync (GTX980) and refresh rate. There is a RGB strip under the monitor and you can set this to mirror what's on the screen or set up different patterns (or turn it off). The is a 'knob' at the back of the screen that is used for settings. This is a wee bit fiddly to use but once set up, you shouldn't really need to use it. I have not used the built in speakers yet as I'm using a sound bar. The curve is not as bad as I thought it would be. Easy viewing on the eyes and no strain after 5 hours of game-play. In total - worth buying unless you want a 4K.
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Took a chance and it paid off. While I think the monitor itself is a bit overpriced, it does not take away the other features it offers. It came to my house relatively quickly and was packaged nicely. Upon opening and putting it on my desk, it looked really nice and well made. As soon as I turned it on, I checked for any dead pixels and to my surprise, there was not even one which I was happy with. Everything I have ran off it looks amazing (as it should with G-Sync and 144hz). The curve is very slight so its not overwhelming and after a while, you start to forget its there but the immersion of the curve stays. One question I didn't know and took the chance is if it came with a Display-port cable and thankfully it did which saved a lot of time. Overall I would definitely recommend this monitor to anyone who likes to mainly play games. The only issue I have is the price, and while again, I do think it is a bit expensive, I would say it is worth it.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bit pricey, but would recommend Bought this for my son for Christmas present to replace 23" monitor. A bit expensive, but son very happy with it, he's quite a big gamer so wanted a good monitor, happy with quality.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best monitor for the look and pro gamers with mid range graphics card It is the latest monitor from Acer and just so you know, it got *Customisable led light at the bottom of monitor which you can change to different colours and different patterns. *Also, it can draw a crosshair at the centre of the screen for fps shooters, * Uses a VA panel, so wider viewing angles than Asus PG278Q without being washed out. *Curve is beautifully done, very thin bezel for 3 screen set up *Built in speakers are quite decent too. *3D vision 2 Light boost supported *NVIDIA G-SYNC Ready *144hz refresh rate, which works on AMD Graphics card and Intel 530HD as well, which I have tried myself. Massive point, my i5 6600k on 4.2ghz and NVIDIA GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5 and 16GB ram I get max 30fps on my 4k monitor, where with 1080p on Acer Z271 I get a whopping 120fps average, which is exactly why I bought the monitor, do not go for PG279Q or 4K monitor unless you can afford a SLI GTX 1080 to get playable frames, just a bit of advice for enthusiast. Also to note, on my lag test, this monitor performed same as my Eizo Foris FS2333 which is a benchmark for COD, RTS and Counter strike players.
Date published: 2016-11-05
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Acer Predator Z271bmiphzx 27" 144Hz Curved G-sync Monitor
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