The Acer monitor to play is curved, ultra-large 37.5 inches and giant
This year is going to be very important in the monitors business, especially those that are designed to play, brands are aware of it and are approaching a field where normally few brands have been working. Samsung is one of those moving tab.
Among the usual brands, we have ASUS, Benq or Acer, which is the protagonist of our article with its monitor XR382CQK, a screen that is characterized by two things: to be giant thanks to its 37.5 inches, and to be curved.
It is one of the largest gaming monitors on the market, with a fairly good design: simple in the area of the screen with the minimum frames of ZeroFrame, very well finished with a metal foot with original and forceful forms, which will have to Bear a considerable weight.
Curiously, this is not a 4K monitor; Acer has raised this giant as an ideal option to play and believes that with 3440 x 1600 pixels (QHD) the thing is already good. The panel is IPS-capable, capable of displaying 100% of the sRGB space, and as you can see in the images it offers an ultra-panoramic (21:9) aspect.
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Speaking of playing, it will be recommended for those users with AMD graphics cards, as it has the support of its AMD FreeSync technology, which diminishes effects like ghosting. The response time is 5 milliseconds, with 75Hz screen refresh.
In recent sales studies, it was said that the curve in the monitor had not had a big impact in 2016, it is supposed to gain interest this year, and we see that is the option in this Acer. The curvature of the monitor is 2300R.
There are interesting things to know about this XR382CQK’s, like its Picture-in-Picture system to place multiple signals on the same screen. Being such a panoramic space, we can remove a couple of monitors from the desktop with ease.
How are you doing connections? As we have an HDMI 2.0, a DisplayPort v1.2, four USB 3.0 ports, and a USB 3.1 Type-C reversible drive. We do not forget that the monitor comes with two 7W speakers and Dolby DTS audio technology.
How much will a monitor like this cost us? As in the United States, the Acer XR382CQK will be available for $1300, here, knowing the conversions they make, will offer us for a few more euros.