Acer Reveals Predator XB321HK 32-Inch Monitor

/ 3 years ago

Acer Reveals Predator XB321HK 32-Inch Monitor (3)

Acer’s Predator gaming line has recently received a new addition, namely the Predator XB321HK monitor. What we have here is a 4K Ultra HD flatscreen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, but what’s even more impressive is the generous 32-inch screen size that turns gaming into a truly memorable experience. Then there’s the 100% sRGB coverage as well as the 178°/178° viewing angles, not to mention the impressive 10-bit color support (1.07 billion colors). At a glance, this new Acer offering looks perfect, as it can be used for both gaming and working without any issues.

Acer Reveals Predator XB321HK 32-Inch Monitor (1)

Its EyeProtect feature minimizes blue light emissions while an advanced GameView system adjusts the display’s settings accordingly in order to match a variety of game types. As far as inputs are concerned, the Predator XB321HK features HDMI and DisplayPort 1.2, and since we’re talking about a high-end offering, it also comes with NVIDIA G-SYNC adaptive refresh rate technology. Other highlights include dynamic mega contrast ratio, a maximum brightness of 350 cd/m² and a response time of just 4 ms. Priced at 799 GBP (VAT included), this is definitely not the cheapest offering on the market right now, but given its impressive gaming features, I’d wager that it’s probably worth the price.

What do you think about Acer’s latest Predator monitor?



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One Response to “Acer Reveals Predator XB321HK 32-Inch Monitor”
  1. DeathCom says:

    If there was a FreeSync edition, I’d be quite interested. It’s already got Radeon red accents 🙂

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