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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:30pm 07/09/18 | 1 Comments
The new, and yet to be released locally, Acer Predator X27 is not only a 4K HDR 144 Hz G-Sync gaming monitor - it's also one of the best monitors currently available today. Thanks to employing a wide-range of tech from Quantum Dot LED lighting, to HDR-1000 certification, and colour depth worth of a professional design studio. Stuff that makes it pricey sure, but also the holy grail of gaming displays.


It may have taken a year longer than expected but we’re finally beginning to see just what 4K HDR gaming with a high refresh rate looks like. And the results are spectacular. The Predator X27 takes things to the next level, especially with its colour performance – which again, is reference quality offering accuracy rarely - if ever - seen in a pure gaming display. It’s one of two monitors, the other being the ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ, that strives for best-in-class. That is, 4K HDR with a high-refresh rate, the best picture quality, HDR brightness, and black levels possible. The core IPS design also means that from a pure productivity and everyday use perspective you also get that sharpness and viewing angle required for general browsing, documenting, and photo-editing.

Click Here to Read Our Full Predator X27 Review



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Posted 09:48am 08/9/18
Where the hell is the X35?!
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