Acer Japan has rolled out the company’s first Predator displays that use of the Fast IPS panels, and these panels feature a refresh rate of as much as 240 Hz, this panel features all the benefits that the IPS expertise like vibrant colors and wide viewing angles.
The new 24.5 inch and 27 inch Acer Predator 240 Hz LCDs also support VESA’s Adaptive-Sync technology, and the screens are Display HDR400 certified.
The 24.5 inch monitor is known as XB253QGXmiiprzx, and the 27-inch monitor is named XB273GXbmiiprzx, these displays are similar to those other Fast IPS-based LCDs available in the market.
These screens feature a 1920 x 1080 resolution, a 400 units peak luminance, a 1 ms response time. This response time could be reduced to 0.1 ms – 0.5 ms with these monitor’s overdrive function. This function depends upon the model.
The 240 Hz refresh rate features VESA’s Adaptive-Sync technology in addition to NVIDIA’s G-Sync comparable certification as well. These displays feature a “zero frame design” that removed the frame around the LCD panel.
This makes these screens excellent for a multi-monitor setup. For connectivity, these monitors come with not only a DisplayPort 1.2a connector but also two HDMI 2.0b inputs, and a quad-port USB 3.0 hub.
Acer’s Predator fleet of monitors is primarily aimed toward esports professionals and hardcore gamers; the displays sport aggressively looking stands that can not only adjust the height but also tilt and swivel as an added feature – these LCDs can work in portrait mode.