Acer boasts the Predator XB321HK monitor

Acer boasts the Predator XB321HK monitor

Acer has expanded its lineup of gaming monitors with the addition of one more piece of such hardware – the gaming Predator XB321HK monitor. The new Acer product sports a large 32-inch IPS display that comes with a 3840 x 2160 resolution, which is exactly 138 pixels per inch.

The new monitor clearly targets the gaming crowd and to capture its attention, it offers several useful features with the first one being NVIDIA’s G-SYNC, which offers a variable refresh rate for better visuals and no image tearing. Unfortunately, the technology only works with NVIDIA graphics cards but if you own one, then you are in luck. In addition to this the Predator XB321HK sports 4 ms of response time to avoid ghosting issues and offers 100 per cent sRGB coverage and accuracy. In the back the display has a USB 3.0 hub, DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI connectors and a stand that features 4.7 inches of height adjustment and that can be tilted with -5° to 25° degrees of adjustment. Up front users will find two 2-watt speakers but this time they will not be just ordinary speakers – they have DTS technology inside for better sound.

The new Predator XB321HK monitor is now available in North America where it sells for USD 1299. This is not cheap but gaming has never been a cheap activity, don’t you think?

Source: Anandtech.com

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