CES 2017: Acer announces two PC monitors for gamers looking for fluidity

Acer Taiwanese company will exhibit two PC monitors for gamers looking for fluidity. Here are their features, availability and prices.

Along with a portable computer at $10,000, Acer will also unveil two gaming-oriented monitors.

First there will be the Predator XB2 based on a TN panel. It will have a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, a 1000: 1 static contrast ratio, a 240 Hz refresh rate, a 1-millisecond gray-to-gray response time, 170-degree viewing angles, 2 x 2 Watt Stereo Audio System, One Foot Allows Various Adjustments (Tilt, Rotate, Height and Swivel), USB 3.0 Hub with Four Ports and HDMI 1.4 / DisplayPort 1.2 Input Connector. Two XB252Q and XB272 references will be available, offering diagonals of 24.5 and 27 inches respectively. The first will land in March with a price of $599, and the second in April with a price of $699.

There will also be the Predator Z301CT model. with it, we will talk about a 30 curved IPS panel, a 21/9 format, a 2560 x 1080 pixel resolution, a refresh rate of 200 Hz, gray-to-gray response time of 4 milliseconds, 178-degree viewing angles, 2 x 3-watt stereo audio system, (Tilt, rotation and height, but no portrait / landscape tilt) and a four-port USB 3.0 hub. We can buy it in March for $899.


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