|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
|Display Size||27 Inches|
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- 27" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen with NVIDIA G SYNC Technology
- Refresh Rate: 240Hz Using Display Port
- Response Time: 1ms, Pixel Pitch: 0.3113mm
- 2 x 2W speakers
- Signal inputs: 1 x HDMI (V1.4) & 1 x Display port (V1.2)
- Mounting type: VESA Mount Standard 100 x 100
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Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27” Full HD (1920 x 1080) NVIDIA G-Sync Display
Gaming without Compromise
Fasten your seatbelt: Acer's Predator XB272 Full HD display is about to turbocharge your gaming experience. This monitor combines jaw dropping specs, TN panel that supports 240Hz refresh rate, delivering an amazing gaming experience. Also, featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to eliminate screen tearing which provide gamers the epic gaming experience and help to secure the victory. Plus, built-in eye protection and ergonomics allow you to press forward into battle without fatigue.
- Viewable Area: 27"
- Panel Type: TN
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080
- Pixel Pitch: 0.3113mm
- Inputs: 1 x Display Port (v1.2) & 1 x HDMI (v1.4)
- Refresh Rate: 240Hz - Using Display Port
- NVIDIA G-SYNC technology
The Acer Predator XB272 gaming monitor will completely immerses you in the game universe. The intense 27" Display with Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution shows all the details and draws you deep into the action. The display 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. Your gaming experience will never be the same again.
The Acer ErgoStand lets the monitor pivot, tilt, swivel, and move up or down, so you can find the most comfortable viewing angle from where to oversee your push into enemy territory. Its VESA compatible mounting offers a sleek, space saving option in tight spaces.
Smooth Gaming Action
Get the buttery-smooth gameplay you’ve dreamed of. NVIDIA G-SYNC synchronizes the refresh rate of the monitor with your powerful GPU to eliminate screen tearing and minimize display stutter and input lag so scenes appear instantly, objects look sharper and game play is super smooth. The Predator XB272 comes clocked at 240Hz, giving you even smoother gameplay without motion blur.
Acer’s Predator XB272 delivers ultra-smooth motion scenes and making gaming unreal. No matter how fast-moving the action is, Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB) technology makes moving objects appear perfectly sharp, without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting.
What's gaming without the sound of whizzing bullets, crunching glass and huge explosions? Pump up the sound with two built-in 2W speakers bringing world-class sound to your games and movies.
Stay in your game for hours with EyeProtect’s Flicker-less. Give your neck a break too, the ergonomic stand lets you find your most comfortable view with tilts from -5°- 20°, vertically adjust up to 5 inches and rotate up to 90°.
This high end monitor is designed to handle high rates of data transfers and has high-bandwidth connection ports like HDMI and DisplayPort. Four 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.
Get in-game advantages with Predator GameView technology allowing you to adjust dark boost levels, make precise color adjustments and set up aim points for hip-fire accuracy. This unique setting can be tweaked and saved in three custom profiles that you can easily switch between at any time.
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|Sold By||Simple Works||Acer Recertified Store||Amazon.com||M-X-C Tech|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||27 inches||68.6 inches||27 inches||25 inches|
|Item Dimensions||24.20 x 10.60 x 20.60 inches||24.20 x 2.40 x 14.40 inches||24.37 x 14.80 x 8.31 inches||21.88 x 10.57 x 20.56 inches|
|Item Weight||16.50 lbs||12.41 lbs||—||13.47 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||—||Wall Mount||Table mount|
|Refresh Rate||240 hertz||240 hertz||165 hertz||240 hertz|
|Size||27-Inch||—||27” 1080P 165Hz||—|
Fasten your seatbelt: Acer Predator XB272 full HD display is about to turbocharge your gaming experience. This monitor combines jaw dropping specs, TN panel that supports 240Hz refresh rate, delivering an amazing gaming experience. Also, featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to eliminate screen tearing which provide gamers the epic gaming experience and help to secure the victory. Plus, built-in eye protection and ergonomics allow you to press forward into battle without fatigue.
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How to use:
1. In every game you need to set the max frame rate to the max refresh rate of your monitor minus 1 or 2. (ex. 60hz -1 = 59 max fps in game). This will ensure that your game never exceeds the max refresh rate of your monitor, if it does NVIDIA control panel ((V-Sync)) will be enabled which greatly increases lag.
2. Turn off ((V-Sync)) in game. You do not need in game ((V-Sync)) enabled when you have G-Sync enabled. Leave it enabled in the Nvidia control panel! Dont ask why this is a thing, just do as I say.
3. You must use display-port. G-Sync only works on display-port there is no way around it. Also if the included cable is not long enough you must order a high quality display port cable of a longer length. Do NOT cheap out!!! Spend like 15-25 dollars on a nice longer one.
4. Make sure G-Sync is enabled in the Nvidia control panel. You can test to see if it's working with their pendulum test program you can download for free from the Nvidia website.
5. There is no G-Sync light on this monitor. (Just a heads up for noobs like my self)
Thats it. I wish I would have known this when I bought this monitor and I hope I helped at least one person out.
No customers that forks over $400+ should have a brand new monitor with a dead or stuck pixel. I get it, there are more pixels and they're getting tiny, but there is no excuse for this. I rather spend another $100 to make sure my monitor will arrive without defects. I advise everyone to do a color test on their monitors before they keep it and if it has a problem, send it back. Hopefully if we do it enough times, Amazon would stop supporting sellers with defective products. I feel terrible that this is costing Amazon money.
When I first received this product it worked great. Since JUN 27TH, 7:21PM after owning the product I have had an issue with the aspect ratio. The screen pixels will not line up, half of them will be raised and the other half lowered. Also about a 4mm with the strip is removed from the center of the screen vertically and is generated on the far right side of the screen vertically. No matter how many times I restart the screen this will not go away. The only solution I have found is to change the Aspect Ration from either 1:1 to Aspect or Aspect to 1:1 the opposite setting. Normally I would not care about a simple issue like this however, it seems to be happening more frequently(at least once every three days).
I was pleasantly surprised by this Acer monitor in contrast. It isn't only bigger, its picture quality, for whatever reason, seems superior to me too. So it came down to the refresh rate as I didn't find myself significantly disadvantaged by the overall quality of what I was seeing. 240hz from 165hz probably isn't as big of a jump in effect as 144hz from 60hz but the difference is there. I don't have the precise terms to describe it but if you thought 144hz is the human limit for perceiving smooth motion you're simply mistaken. It's one thing to not want to spend the money for a monitor like this, it's something else to incorrectly claim there is virtually no difference.
If you have a serious mindset for competitive first person shooters I don't think you'll regret buying this monitor. In the future I'm inclined to stick with Acer as well. G-sync is too important for multiple reasons to favor BenQ (by capping your frame rate at 237 you can play any game more or less free of tearing and with seemingly negligible to no extra input lag), which like Asus doesn't have a 27-inch version of 240hz. This is the one 240hz monitor at a good size for me, with a good picture, G-sync, and without an obnoxious Republic of Gamers tax with anything but a justification for it. Well done.
By the way, the regular price is $680. Don't buy over it.
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Edit: had to do a replacement. I got bad lightbleeding. Will redo review once the new one arrives.
Its been awhile but i wanted to make sure it was fine. It was working great for a few weeks and then it out of the blue, or should i say red... a pixel in the middle of the screen went red, and then it corrected itself for a few days and has since stayed red. So.. i dont recommend this monitor at all, stay away. 2 bad monitors in a row says enough about this one.
165fps 1440p GSYNC 1ms response time......
What more do you have to say at this price...
The color is decent for a TN panel after doing a full calibration but as always with TN the color is best straight on. Biggest negative about color is the matte finish which is quite visible on some colors but not bad enough to ruin editing or gaming experiences.
Performance is outstanding. I am running a super overclocked gtx1070 water/hybrid cooled with a 6700k, 16gb ram and Samsung 950ssd. I generally leave the monitor in 144hz normal mode to reduce heat very slightly. 165hz is only beneficial in games I can hit 140+fps.
Assassin's Creed Origins runs around 80fps on ultra settings and looks stellar as far as color, contrast, latency and 0 fragmenting or lost frames. My OLED tv has better color and contrast but feels less responsive in the moment.
While doing visual design work I do wish the monitor had some deeper blacks but overall after calibration most colors are accurate enough to compare to AMOLED device screens. IPS might be a good choice if you do major visual art, as the srgb mode doesn't feel accurate on this panel.
The best part about this beast is the physical chassis, it looks high quality and fits any gaming setups easily. Integrated USB 3.0 hub and cable management is very slick for my sit stand desk as I need all the cable management I can get. Tilting, rotating and raising/lowering the monitor can be done with one finger and has a fantastic range on all movements including 90° rotation while coding.
Super slim bezels blend right into my other 2 monitors and I personally like some kind of lip at the bottom.
I use the display port for my desktop and the hdmi when I need to use my laptop on the desk and having all cabling included was a gracious surprise!
Easily the best gaming monitor I've owned, 10/10
Respectable for editing but TN panel lacks true color, 8/10
Low latency for all daily tasks and makes browsing fun, 9/10
I also expected the difference between 1080 60hz and 1440 144hz to be a little more noticeable. I plan on running some tests with monitors side by side, but really don't feel like I noticed much the first time using it.
- Tiene posibilidad para poner un soporte VESA ya sea un brazo de monitor (el que uso es el AmazonBasics que se ve en la segunda foto) o un soporte de pared, útil si tu escritorio es pequeño, cómo en mi caso.
- las características técnicas más positivas del monitor son el 1ms, el G-SYNC funciona sin errores, la resolución 2k (2560x1440) es excelente para ese tamaño de 23.8" y el panel es de 8bits de color depth.
- mencionaré la base aunque ni la usé, pero lo puedo negar que es perfecta en ergonómica y bastante bonita en estética, mucho más cómoda de usar que la de trípode de los asus.
- Agregados interesantes, tiene Crosshair útil para juegos que no tienen sin apuntar, tiene un menú muy completo y una tecnología que sirve para disminuir la luz azul que lastima los ojos (agradezco demasiado esto cuando estoy a las 5am jugando jajaja).
-El panel es TN, si bien esto le permite tener ese 1ms de tiempo de respuesta sin que el valor monetario del monitor sea una brutalidad, tengo que decir que en sí se ve "feo", toda mi vida he usado paneles IPS, incluso ahora tengo un ultrawide con una profundidad de color de 10bits y cómo tengo ambos uno al lado de otro alcanzo a notar los colores más deslavados de este Acer, los negros se ven cómo diré "muy blancos" es cómo si tuvieran mucho brillo y no sea vea tan negro, los colores se ven bien a secas en general, si lo que vas a jugar es overwatch, PUBG o CSGO pues eso no importará, ni tienen tan buenos gráficos, pero ni se te a purrs jugar un The Witcher 3 o el Monster Hunter te vas a arrepentir, más si eres quisquilloso con la calidad gráfica, para juegos competitivos es EXCELENTE.