Gaming, Graphics, Hardware, Internet of Things (IoT), VR World

Acer Predator X34 34-inch Curved IPS Monitor

After the ASUS ROG PG279Q revealed a few days ago, it seems more companies are venturing into the high-quality monitor range. The Acer Predator X34 is a monster of a monitor with a high-resolution, impressive specifications and a curved display that allows for NVIDIA G-Sync technology usage. It is aimed at gamers. It gives a 21:9 ultra-wide QHD curved monitor with a 3440×1440@60Hz resolution, a 100,000,000:1 max contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness and 1.07 billion colors. The 100 percent sRGB provides the highest color accuracy and color space reproduction required by gamers, design professionals and photo enthusiasts.

The 34-inch curved design with up to 178-degree viewing angles provides crisp picture quality from almost every angle. By wrapping around the gamer’s field of vision, the 21:9 curved panel envelops gamers so that they feel like they’re truly a part of the action.

NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ synchronizes the monitor’s refresh rate to the GPU’s render rate, so images are displayed when they’re rendered. It also eliminates screen tearing and minimizes display stutter and input lag. In addition, the fast 4ms response time ensures actions or dramatic transitions are rendered smoothly without smearing or ghosting effects.

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“We believe the Predator X34 offers one of the smoothest, most thrilling game experiences available today,” said Charlotte Chen, Acer America product manager. “NVIDIA G-SYNC technology and up to 100Hz overclocking deliver extremely sharp moving pictures, while 14W stereo audio enhanced with DTS Sound enrich gameplay with powerful sound effects.”

As far as connectivity goes, you will find a HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2 and four USB hub 3.0 ports. The monitor comes with two 7W speakers, giving you the audio option as well, but mostly, this is all about that gorgeous curved display with interesting specifications.

  • vasras

    100% sRGB is not what design professionals need.

    Print needs 100% (or more of AdobeRGB)

    4K/film need 100% of Rec.2020 colorspace.

    Both much larger than sRGB.