Acer Predator X34 Ultrawide QHD Gaming Monitor

$999.00

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Description

Immerse yourself in the action with this absolutely stunning 34-inch curved ultra-wide QHD, 21:9 gaming monitor.

Acer Predator X34 Ultrawide QHD Gaming Monitor  

Live the game

Give your gaming life the full-cinematic experience it deserves.The futuristic X34 features a DispalyPort, HDMI port, and dual 7-watt speakers. It has a solid aluminum base with customizable ambient lighting. Game-changing features like Predator GameView technology and NVIDIA G-SYNC take your game to a butter-smooth level. And with the ZeroFrame design, it's easy to up your game with a multi-monitor setup.
Acer Predator X34 Ultrawide QHD Gaming Monitor  

Super-smooth gaming

NVIDIA G-SYNC matches your GPU's frames to your monitor’s refresh rate, virtually eliminating screen tearing and minimizing stuttering.

Acer Predator X34 Ultrawide QHD Gaming Monitor  

Customize your view

Adjust dark boost levels, make precise color adjustments, set up aim points for hip-fire accuracy, and save custom settings with Predator GameView.

Acer Predator X34 Ultrawide QHD Gaming Monitor  

Faster refresh rates

Boost your refresh rate up to 100Hz with built-in overclocking.2 This helps minimize motion blur, so you can enjoy more frames per second.

Acer Predator X34 Ultrawide QHD Gaming Monitor  

A spectacular sight

Crisp QHD resolution (2560 x 1440)—that’s 3.68 million pixels—gives you close to two times more details on screen than Full HD.

Tech specs

Screen

34" Ultrawide QHD

Aspect ratio

Widescreen (21:9)

Optimal resolution

3440 x 1440 at 60Hz

Contrast ratio

100,000,000:1

Response time

4 ms

Tilt angle

-5° to 35°

Color supported

Color Gamut: 100% sRGB coverage
1.07 billion colors

Pixel pitch

0.2325 mm

Panel technology

In-plane Switching (IPS) technology1

Backlight technology

LED

Maximum adjustable height

5.12"

Standard refresh rate

60Hz

Brightness

300 Nit

Tearing prevention technology

NVIDIA G-SYNC

Audio speakers

2 x 7w speakers
DTS Sound

Connectivity

DisplayPort, HDMI

Power

Energy efficiency class: C
Energy consumption per year: 93kWh
Operating power consumption: 54W
Operating power consumption (Energy Star): 54W
Standby power consumption: 500mW
Off-mode power consumption: 400mW

Color

Black

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Rating:1/5

4/23/2016

john6

Too expesive!!!

For this $ I would just buy bigger Nice TV and connect with HDMI to my computer and play it

Rating:5/5

4/19/2016

DerrickWebster83

1 word: Beautiful

I'm not sure what that review is going on about 'you can get a better HDTV for the cost' or something...but that is like comparing the performance of a Porshe to a big lifted truck for street racing or vice versa for off roading...two completely separate things. I will tell you that I game on this monitor and it's gorgeous, no tearing, and I've had 0 lag so far with games like World of Warcraft and Witcher 3. I'm yet to watch any TV on it, but some blue rays are nice. It is however, almost pointless to buy this monitor if you don't have a gsync capable video card...you can absolutely do better for the costs without the gsync video card. I've overclocked my refresh rate to 100hz (which is actually very simple with this very user friendly monitor) and it works flawlessly. Came with a wall mount kit and the LED lights are amazing (if you're into that nerdy stuff like I am). I don't suspect the cost of this monitor dropping within the next several months, however, if you can find it on sale and afford it I would strongly recommend it.

Rating:4/5

3/26/2016

Chris01082003

Good display.

May be a little pricey, but it's still nice. Great graphics, good color, and great features make it a great buy! Just make sure you have a nice processor on your actual computer, or this is useless.

Rating:2/5

3/18/2016

AndrewAbrams

for the $ its awful...better off with a HDTV

Its a good for sure but for the money you can get a better HDtv

Rating:/5

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[1]IPS stands for In-Plane Switching. All brands and product names mentioned herein include trademarks of their respective companies and are used solely to describe or identify
[2]Overclocking may result in flicker or other adverse effects that may derive from the total configuration of the system connected to the display, and possibly, in addition, the display's panel specifications. It may be possible to resolve or reduce such effects by setting a lower refresh rate.