Acer Predator ‘Wide 4K’ 32′ Monitors Review 2021

The Acer Predator XB323U simply does great things

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First and foremost is an update to one of the fastest growing segments of the market: the HDMI 2.1 Active Gaming Monitor, this time the Acer PredatorXB323U 32-inch 4K HDR1000 with a 144Hz variable refresh rate for the screen, as well as consoles and PCs for all high-end rate gaming.

As we explained in our primary about why HDMI 2.1 is important, HDMI 2.1 is a big draw here. Specifications 2.1 are required to achieve high freshness rates, such as 120Hz at 4K resolution, which allows these rates for HDR.

Predator XB323U is the release date of these three.

Featuring a 37.5-inch 2300R curved HDR600 display, this latest ultraviolet is Nvidia G-Synchronous Functional Sync, Nvidia’s built-in Lattice Analyzer supports moderate response (mode between panel and mouse click). Unusually, the local resolution was increased by 1,800 pixels by 1,600. Most displays in this category (and this average shape and size class) have been increased from a maximum of 3,440 to 1,440 pixels so far. This is the first time we’ve seen the unusual resolution of this panel, which Acer calls “UWQHD +”.

Acer Predator X38 What is UWQHD +?

Next up is a new addition to the extremely wide gaming-panel market (Acer is great, according to our review of the Acer Predator X34), the Predator X38S.
Featuring a 37.5-inch 2300R curved HDR600 display, this latest ultraviolet is Nvidia G-Synchronous active synchronization with Nvidia’s built-in reciprocal latency analyzer support for 3,00 responses (between panel and mouse click) Done. Most displays in this category (and this average shape and size class) have been increased from a maximum of 3,440 to 1,440 pixels so far. This is the first time we’ve seen the unusual resolution of this panel, which Acer calls “UWQHD +”

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