First and foremost, the Predator X27 has a — surprise, surprise — 27-inch panel with a 4K resolution. But Acer doesn’t stop there, the display is also HDR-enabled with a refresh rate of 144Hz. NVIDIA G-SYNC technology provides a stutter-free gaming experience, and it is backed up by NVIDIA Ultra-Low Motion Blur (ULMB) technology.
The Predator X27 makes use of Quantum Dot technology, which allows for more life-like color representation, covering 99 percent of the Adobe RGB color space. You’ll also find other features like local LED dimming (384 zones across the panel), a 4ms response time, 178-degree viewing angles and peak brightness of 1,000 nits. If that wasn’t enough, Acer piles on the goodies with BluelightShield (to reduce eyestrain) and Tobii eye-tracking, which can make for a more immersive gaming experience.
Acer also pulled the wraps off the Predator Z271UV, which measures 27 inches diagonally and grabs your eye thanks to its 1800R curvature. It features a QHD (2560x1440) screen resolution, 144Hz refresh rate (can be overclocked to 165Hz), 1ms response times (3ms native) and 125 percent sRGB color space coverage. Like the Predator X27, it supports Tobii eye-tracking and NVIDIA G-SYNC.
Unfortunately, Acer hasn’t provided us with pricing or availability for these displays, although we’ll provide an update once that information comes across the news desk.