|Standing screen display size||34 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3440 x 1440 Pixels|
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Acer Curved 34-inch UltraWide QHD (3440 x 1440) Display with 21:9 Aspect Ratio (XR341CK bmijpphz)
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|Display Size||34 Inches|
|Resolution||QHD Ultra Wide 1440p|
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- The Acer XR 34" Curved IPS Display with Ultra Wide QHD (3440 x 1440) resolution offers the sharpest picture quality and provides a perfect picture with a broader view.
- The Ultra Wide 21:9 aspect ratio presents a more immersive experience with a wider field of view which brings a better movie and game experience compared to a flat display of the same size.
- The Acer XR Series monitor provides different ambient lighting effects that can be adjusted in the settings.
- Two built-in 7W DTS Sound speakers bring world-class sound to your games and movies.
- Signal Inputs: 1 x Display Port, 1 x Mini Display Port, 1 x Display Port Out, 1 x HDMI 2.0 & 1 x MHL. Please refer the User Manual before use.
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Acer XR341CK bmijpphz Curved 34-inch UltraWide QHD Display
Introducing the Acer XR series display featuring a 34-inch curved IPS panel and 21:9 UltraWide QHD resolution making your games, work and movies look as epic as possible. Special features like 100% sRGB, 6-axis color adjustment and DTS Sound give you the perfect picture and entertaining experience while Picture-in-picture and daisy chaining multiple monitors together take your productivity to a new level.
The Acer XR 34 inch Curved IPS Display with UltraWide QHD (3440 x 1440) resolution offers the sharpest picture quality and provides a perfect picture with a broader view.
The curved screen panel and frameless screen wraps you in a world of entertainment with every corner of the screen at the same distance from your eyes for a uniform viewing experience without blind spots. The UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio presents a more immersive experience with a wider field of view bringing a better movie and game experience compared to a flat display of the same size. The result? Stunning, lifelike images with an amazing level of detail that makes games more exciting and movies truly cinematic.
100% sRGB coverage and 6-axis color adjustment ensures the screen displays the highest standard of color accuracy desired by design professionals and photo enthusiasts. The IPS display delivers this top-class color across 178° viewing angles.
The Acer XR curved monitor is the ultimate in gaming luxury. The solid stand with futuristic design is unique and the cable management hole helps to organize power, keyboard, mouse and accessory cables easily. Four ambient lighting effects add a cool effect to your game play. From a fixed light to flashing or ripple, your desk never looked this good.
Gamers will particularly appreciate the 4ms response time and fast refresh rates thanks to the Adaptive-Sync technology (AMD Freesync certified) product that matches the refresh rate of your monitor with your graphics card. The result is a smooth, tear-free experience in gaming and video playback applications.
What’s gaming without the sound of whizzing bullets, crunching glass and huge explosions? Two built-in 7W DTS Sound speakers bring world-class sound to your games and movies.
Stay in your game for hours with EyeProtect’s Flicker-less and Blue-light Filtering technology. Give your neck a break too, the ergonomic stand lets you find your most comfortable view with tilts from -5°- 35° and can vertically adjustment up to 5 inches.
With Picture-in-Picture function, you can connect two systems to the monitor and view two contents side-by-side in one screen. Multitask and watch your favorite movie while you simultaneously work on a spreadsheet. Or daisy chain multi-monitors together for a broader viewing experience.
This high end monitor is designed to handle high rates of data transfers and has high-bandwidth connection ports like HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort. 5 high-speed USB 3.0 ports, make it easy to connect your mouse, keyboard, gaming headset and mobile. Plus, you to charge your smartphone or other portable device quickly.
Safe for you and the environment, Acer monitors are ENERGY STAR and RoHS compliant. Acer EcoDisplay technologies use mercury-free white LED backlighting, reducing power consumption by up to 68%.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3440 x 1440 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||2560 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||34 inches||34 inches||34 inches||35 inches||34.1 inches||34 inches|
|Item Dimensions||32.48 x 12.17 x 23.07 inches||32.70 x 9.90 x 16.90 inches||32.13 x 12.17 x 22.26 inches||32.96 x 19.04 x 9.68 inches||22.00 x 32.00 x 10.80 inches||32.50 x 9.10 x 22.50 inches|
|Item Weight||21.80 lbs||—||14.80 lbs||16.60 lbs||34.52 lbs||16.80 lbs|
|Refresh Rate||75 hertz||60 hertz||100 hertz||100 hertz||120 hertz||75 hertz|
|Size||34-Inch||WQHD & USB C with 60W Power Delivery||—||—||—||34"|
Introducing the Acer XR series display with a 34-inch curved IPS panel and 21:9 Ultra Wide QHD resolution making your games, work and movies look as epic as possible. Special features like 100% sRGB, 6-axis color adjustment and DTS Sound give you the perfect picture and entertaining experience while Picture-in-picture and daisy chaining multiple monitors together take your productivity to a new level. (UM.CX1AA.001)
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1. Beautiful colors compared to my old Samsung TN Panel 27 inch monitor. No more nasty color shift.
2. Freesync works well. Using it mostly in the Witcher 3 which is the most demanding ultrawide game I am playing right now.
3. 34'' ultra-wide looks ridiculous, I am really enjoying replaying games on this beauty. Very cinematic.
4. Rock solid stand with decent height adjustment.
5. 1440p really makes use of my R9 290, which I think is enough to drive this display. I can still max out BF4. Even the Witcher 3 runs fine at native res, I just have to run on high instead of ultra and turn off hairworks. Having played this game at 1080p on a 27 inch screen with max settings, I can tell you it looks vastly better on this monitor at lower settings.
This is truly the best looking display I have ever owned, I don't plan to replace this until OLED displays become affordable and viable as PC monitors.
I am pretty only deducting 1 star for a few reasons:
1. Its really expensive.
2. The button interface is awful, but you dont have to use it much.
3. Mine has light bleed or IPS glow in the corners.
4. When you first turn the brightness down, I noticed i caused some audible feedback through the built in speakers, turning the monitor volume to 0 remove this sound.
My Thoughts on IPS Glow/Light Bleed:
At first with stock brightness this was fairly distracting, especially in games with black bars on the side like Star Craft 2. However turning the brightness down to a more sensible dark room level to around 28-32 really reduced the effect. You don't notice any glow at all on anything other than a pitch black screen corner. I briefly consider returning the montior and trying my luck to see if I could get one with less glow, but after the brightness reduction and gaming on it for extended periods I decided it wasn't a deal breaker.
My only other advice is be willing to hack your games. Even games like the Witcher 3 with decent 21:9 support have small issues like native cut scenes and conversations are still rendered in 16:9. However if you are willing to do a bit of work, you can find modified witcher3.exe files which tweak the resolution of the cut scenes to fill out 21:9.
Also I actually think in the future they could stand to make it a bit bigger, maybe 37 inch. I got kind of used to the fat text and icons on my 27 inch 1080p. However if you are used to 24 inch 1080p or a 1440p 27 you probably wont notice this.
I've posted two photos on Imgur comparing my old monitor to the XR341CK: https://imgur.com/gallery/QcDvN/new
I was blown away by how big this monitor is. It is incredible! When looking at the photos of the two monitors, it obviously looks a lot bigger. But I can tell you, when I see the photo I posted of the XR341CK and actually sit in front of it, it looks and feels much larger than what you see in the photo.
The curve is subtle, but it does add to the experience. It definitely brings the edges in just enough to compensate for the large screen size. I have not noticed anything detrimental from this curve, and programs like Photoshop work great with the curve.
Speaking of Photoshop, the amount of screen real estate you get with this monitor is great. Plenty of room for the image and whatever tool boxes you want to have active.
I've only tried a 5 games. Three of them (Wolfenstein, Divinity: Original Sin, Pillars of Eternity) scaled perfectly, one would only work in windowed mode (Sword Coast Legends), and one wouldn't work at all (Skyrim). I'll have to check the web for fixes for Skyrim. I'm using a R9 290 GPU and my frame rates have been 35-75 FPS, with everything maxed out. The gameplay experience has been smooth, with no stuttering or anything detrimental that I could notice.
I calibrated this monitor with a ColorMunki Smile, and I must say the factory calibration was really good. It was just slightly green and a little off with the contrast. The calibration fixed that.
I don't know much about IPS monitors, but the amount of IPS glow seems normal from the images I've seen dealing with that on the web.
There is some backlight bleed in the corners, which I don't really notice except on black wallpaper.
3440 x 1440p on a 34" monitor requires no scaling. All the icons and text appear to be the same size as they were on my 1920 x 1200 24" monitor. Some default windows for programs like my hardware temperature monitor appear a little smaller, but I think that's because there is so much more screen real estate that wasn't there before.
This monitor is so much more user friendly in regards to having multiple docs, folders, and programs open for the things I do for my photography work. Everything I need can be easily displayed for the project I am working on.
Installation was easy. I had no issues. The monitor controls (monitor OSD menu) are easier to use than what I've read. There are LED lights pointing down underneath the bottom bezel that you can set to project different colors and light patterns. Pretty cool! I have mine set to the breathing mode. Nice effect in a dark room.
It seems that the build quality is really good with this monitor. The stand looks really cool, but it does take up a lot of room. It needs to considering the size of the monitor it is supporting. I ordered a monitor arm, but it's not supposed to ship until the end of the month.
I just can't stress enough how much larger this monitor appears when you are sitting in front of it. The photo does not represent the size of this monitor very well. The added immersion you get from this monitor is outstanding. I feel like I have a completely new experience whenever I use my PC. I'm glad I finally made the upgrade to 21:9.
My advice to anyone who is on the fence trying to decide to purchase a 21:9 monitor: If you can afford it, go for it! The experience is outstanding. Everything you do on your computer is represented on your display, and having a great visual experience will enhance whatever you are doing on your PC.
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- Height adjustable,
- Track lights built into the bottom,
- 3 USB in ports
- Great looking monitor
- and that curve.....
- Built-in menu is annoying if you need to switch between video streams. If the cable is not connected it doesn't let you switch the inputs until the monitor goes into standby after a minute (!!!?)
- Back is plastic so need to keep clean to look good.
In comparison, the build quality feels cheap and unattractive.
The subtle curve (compared to the 2000R of the BenQ) seems pointless - it doesn't contribute anything to the gaming experience.
The back-light bleed is very noticeable, and takes away from the beauty of the image - sur IPS panels have better viewing angles, but who cares. I'm not planning on playing on this monitor from an oblique viewing angle anyways.
The 5 hue LED's on the bottom are literally ugly and cheap looking. Something that may have been considered cool and new-age back in 1985, but by 2016 standards is just ugly and cheap looking.
Another very overlooked and very negative feature is the STAND - I have a deep L-Shaped desk, and the stand design on the XR341CK is so deep that it ate up half my desk space.
Ultimately, after experiencing the BenQ XR3501 with the very striking AMVA panel contrast and 2000R curve, as well as its flattering and premium looking build and design - it literally took me 10 seconds to decide that the XR341CK on my desk looked and felt like a piece of cheap crap - even after firing it up and experiencing the higher resolution.
And knowing that the X34 predator pretty much followed the same design (minus the logo and the G-sync difference) - did NOT by any stretch of the imagination justify its premium cost.
And while we're on the subject of G-Sync - if you do your homework you'll quickly learn that G-Sync is a "premium" feature that is already being phased out and replaced with NVidia's GPU based Fast-Sync - so don't waste your money there at all. Save the money that you'd spend on a G-Sync monitor and spend it on a Pascal GPU like the 1070 or 1080 instead - and a monitor that supports 100+Hz refresh for a smoother experience.
In the end - I returned the XR341CK and re-purchased the BenQ XR3501, and the moment I set it back up on my desk, I knew I made the right decision. The stunning image quality, design, 144hz is what makes gaming an immersive and "premium" experience - and it performs gorgeously with my new GTX 1070 as well - the only benefit you're going to get from the XR341CK is a bit more space for browsing web pages and word documents - and if you're buying a $1000+ for web browsing then you aren't spending your money wisely.
Posiblemente compre uno nuevo para tener 2 pantallas en mi nueva PC de escritorio