Acer Nitro 24" Full HD 240Hz FreeSync Open Box IPS HDR Gaming Monitor
Open Box 24.5" Acer Nitro XV252QZ Monitor, IPS, 1920x1080, 0.5ms, 240Hz (280Hz OC), FreeSync, HDR400, HDMI/DP
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Open Box – 24" Nitro Full HD 240Hz FreeSync HDR Gaming Monitor from Acer
Ultimate ImmersionIntroducing the Acer Nitro XV252QZ Gaming Monitor, Never miss another second of the action. With a stunning 24” of glorious 1920x1080 FHD resolution to work and game with, completely immerse yourself into your games in ways you have never experienced before, the XV252QZ boasts a plethora of advanced visual technologies including a lightning fast 240Hz (280Hz OC) refresh rate to keep your visuals silky smooth, AMD Freesync support to eliminate screen-tearing and even HDR400 support to expand the contrast ratio and colour palette of your display giving you a much higher colour reproduction rate and more lifelike and natural images. The inclusion of Acer's Flickerless and BlueLightShield technologies you can rest assured that your eyes will be protected during those marathon gaming sessions.
Superbly Synced for Smooth Gameplay
AMD® FreeSync TECHNOLOGY Eliminate choppy gameplay and distracting visual tears with AMD FreeSync™ Premium. Savor the smooth, responsive visuals as the monitor’s refresh rate is synched to your computer’s framerate.
Make Viewing more Enjoyable than Ever
OPTIMISED COLOUR DISPLAY Immerse yourself in the hyper-realistic colors of the game world. Smooth transitions, finer shades, and uniform appearance are achieved with Adobe RGB 99% and a color accuracy of Delta E < 2.
The Seal of Approval for Perfect Colour
VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification Not every gaming monitor comes with a VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification. This important industry standard specifies HDR quality, including luminance, colour gamut, bit depth and rise time. You can take your gameplay to the next level with improved colour accuracy and contrast.
Make Easy Adjustments on the Fly
ACER DISPLAY WIDGET SOFTWARE There's no need to take the time to adjust settings with buttons. Easily modify your monitor settings using the Display Widget utility software.
Get the Finest Visuals for every Game Type
MULTIPLE GAMING MODES Choose from a wealth of gaming and non-gaming modes, each with its own unique colour profile. Choose from action, racing, sports and more. Customise all of your apps to automatically run in the mode you prefer.
Play in Comfort for Longer
ACER PROTECTIVE FEATURES Protect your eyes from strain by utilising Acer's BlueLightShield and Flickerless technologies. Settle in for long gaming sessions with reduced monitor glare and eye fatigue thanks to Acer ComfyView and Low Dimming.
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