Acer prepares curved Predator XZ350CU monitor

Acer prepares curved Predator XZ350CU monitor

Acer has prepared a new curved monitor that is called Predator XZ350CU. The device targets hardcore gamers and hardware enthusiasts and comes with a really large 35-inch display that uses TN technology.

The new monitor works at 4K resolution (2560 x 1080 pixels) and offers an aspect ratio of 21.5:9. The device also has a refresh rate of 144 Hz and offers 300 cd/m2 of brightness, 4 ms of response time, 100 000 000 : 1 contrast ratio and 100 per cent Adobe sRGB coverage. The device has a 172-degree horizontal viewing angle and a 178-degree vertical viewing angle. In addition to all this the Predator XZ350CU has two 9W built-in speakers with support for DTS audio technology and USB 3.0 ports.

The new Acer Predator XZ350CU has support for AMD FreeSync – a technology that battles screen tearing and stuttering during gaming sessions and in the back the monitor offers HDMI, DisplayPort, mini DisplayPort and USB ports. The stand of the Predator XZ350CU allows users to change viewing angles.

No word on a release date or pricing but the Predator XZ350CU will be expensive for sure.

Source: Acer

Related posts

AMD debuts new mobile graphics chips

AMD debuts new mobile graphics chips

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has announced three new mobile graphics chips that will power the next generation of notebooks. The models are known as Radeon R5 M230, Radeon R7 M265 and Radeon R9 M290X. As the name suggests the Radeon R5 M230 is the slowest chip of all three. This one comes...

PQI unveils expandable Wi-Fi SD card

The popular memory and storage device manufacturer PQI has come up with an ingenious way of solving the Eye-Fi cards limited storage space. Up until now 8 GB Eye-Fi cards have been made available but often this much space is simply not enough when it comes to storing large size pictures...

Intel announces Ivy Bridge release date

Intel Corporation has announced the release date of the upcoming new Ivy Bridge processors. The new Intel CPUs won’t be a radical departure from the time tested Nehalem and Sandy Bridge architectures but they will still offer a number of improvements that will allow the new cores to run...

Leave a comment