Acer Predator’s X35 gaming monitor has been made available in Australia. Acer announced the release of the 35-inch monitor earlier this month and is excited to be releasing such a beast to the Australian market. The Predator X35 includes a 21:9 UltraWide aspect ratio, NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR, Acer HDR Ultra, quantum dot technology with 2ms response time in overdrive mode and the ability to overclock to 200Hz.
Yeah, it’s got a lot going on under the hood.
NVIDIA G-SYNC allows for the smoothest possible gameplay experience. When paired with a VRR range of at least 2.4:1 gamers can expect “blanking, pulsing, flickering, ghosting or other faults [to be] avoided when put under the pressures of VRR gaming, proven through G-SYNC Compatible testing.”
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Acer says that the Predator X35 is pushing the limits of HDR technology;
The Predator X35’s VA-panel features Acer HDR Ultraä to deliver the best contrast quality of the High Dynamic Range, incorporating 512 direct backlight zones for the most realistic gaming experience.
Ultra-high colour gamut is achieved through quantum dot technology, which enables advanced LED local dimming, narrow emission linewidths and high efficiency by eliminating light waste.
The result is deep saturated reds and greens created out of the blue light produced by LED backlight zones.
Retailing for $3,999 AUD, the Predator X35 isn’t cheap, but it is offering an experience that most other monitors can’t compete with. Gaba Cheng, General Manager of Products Management for Acer Oceania said, “Along with our partner NVIDIA, we’re committed to pushing the boundaries of the gaming experience to realise its potential and give fans the tools to elevate their game. With tear-free visuals, more accurate colour-ranges and contrast, and advanced GPUs, this vision is closer than ever.”
The Predator X35 is available from Acer resellers.