Acer's slightly upgraded Predator X34P display

Subject: Displays | January 16, 2018 - 03:44 PM |
Tagged: acer, Predator X34P, 1440p, 1900R, curved screen, g-sync

The Acer Predator X34 was a 34" 21:9 aspect G-SYNC display with a 3440 x 1440 resolution.  The newer model sports an updated panel to address the issues some people were having when the X34 hit its top 100Hz refresh rate.  The X34P is able to be overclocked to 120Hz, not only to offer a faster refresh but also to ensure you do not see flickering at 100Hz.  The curve is also more pronounced, however there is no HDR support.  If you are looking for a decent gaming monitor and aren't concerned about the lack of HDR you can read more about it at TechSpot.

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"For the past two years the Acer Predator X34 has remained one of the best gaming monitors on the market. I've been so satisfied with it since launch that that I've kept it as my personal monitor for both gaming and video production. But this new monitor from Acer, an upgraded version of the X34, is even better in almost every way."

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Source: Techspot

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January 16, 2018 | 07:36 PM - Posted by Anony mouse (not verified)

Still confusing AUO AHVA with IPS.

Thats like ignoring Samsungs PLS and always calling it IPS.

January 17, 2018 | 07:55 AM - Posted by psuedonymous

You have three main panel technologies: TN, IPA and VA. All others are derivatives/brad-specific marketing terms for these. AHVA is confusingly named because it is an IPS technology, not VA.

January 16, 2018 | 07:38 PM - Posted by HughMungusWhat (not verified)

So when is the U.S. release happening?

January 17, 2018 | 09:00 AM - Posted by Anonymous2 (not verified)

No HDR, no buy.

January 17, 2018 | 07:37 PM - Posted by ncook06

Yeah, seems silly to buy a $1,000+ monitor in 2018 without HDR.

February 3, 2018 | 02:47 PM - Posted by k23 (not verified)

HDR monitors will cost significantly more.

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