|Standing screen display size||32 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160|
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
Acer Predator XB321HK bmiphz 32-inch IPS UHD (3840 x 2160) NVIDIA G-Sync Widescreen Display (2 x 2w speakers, 4- USB 3.0 Ports, HDMI & Display Port),Black
|Price:||& FREE Shipping. Details & FREE Returns|
|You Save:||$337.71 (31%)|
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- 32" IPS UHD Widescreen with 3840 x 2160 resolution
- Response Time: 4ms;Tilt Angle : 5°to25°
- Pixel Pitch: 0.185mm. Flicker less Technology Reduces annoying screen flickering that can cause eye strain when viewing the monitor for long periods
- Signal Inputs: 1 x HDMI & 1 x Display Port (v1.2)
- Brightness: 350 cd/m²; Response Time: 4 ms GTG
Buy this product as Renewed and save $112.29 from the regular price.
Frequently bought together
More to consider from our brands
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
From the manufacturer
Monitors used to sacrifice color for speed, but now you can warp to a new level of gaming on a stunning IPS display.
Look. Shoot. Kill. Your eyes and your intuition are your greatest weapon. Immerse yourself in the future of gaming.
Experience a whole new smooth. NVIDIA G-SYNCTM eliminates screen tearing and minimizes stuttering for legendary PC gaming.
Futuristic aluminum base design with matte finish and ZeroFrame bezels level-up your desk.
Aggressive redesign and ergonomic tilt/height adjustment for the ultimate gaming setup.
Conquer your enemies with Predator GameView. Shooting aim-points and customizable gaming profiles give you the upper hand.
Minimize motion blur and zip through space with 144Hz native refresh rate. Now that's fast.
Compare with similar items
LG 27GL850-B 27 Inch Ultragear QHD Nano IPS 1ms NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor
Dell S-Series 27-Inch Screen LED-Lit Gaming Monitor (S2719DGF); QHD (2560 x 1440) up to 155 Hz; 16:9; 1ms Response time; HDMI 2.0; DP 1.2; USB; FreeSync; LED; Height Adjust, Tilt, Swivel & Pivot
Asus TUF Gaming VG27AQ 27” Monitor, 1440P WQHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, 165Hz (Supports 144Hz), G-SYNC Compatible, 1ms, Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync, Eye Care, DisplayPort HDMI
Asus VG248QG 24” Gaming Monitor, 1080P Full HD, 165Hz (Supports 144Hz), G-SYNC Compatible, 0.5ms, Extreme Low Motion Blur, Eye Care, DisplayPort HDMI DVI,Black
|Sold By||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Fateka USA||MicroUnion|
|Display Resolution Maximum||3840 x 2160||2560 x 1440 pixels||2560x1440 pixels||2560 x 1440 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||32 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||24 inches|
|Item Dimensions||29.05 x 12.20 x 22.91 inches||24.20 x 10.80 x 22.60 inches||24.00 x 7.20 x 15.50 inches||24.41 x 19.96 x 8.31 inches||22.09 x 8.31 x 14.13 inches|
|Item Weight||24.90 lbs||14.11 lbs||13.34 lbs||17.90 lbs||11.50 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||VESA Mounting:No||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||60 hertz||144 hertz||155 hertz||165 hertz||165|
|Size||32-inch||—||27 INCH-S2719DGF||27” 2K WQHD IPS||—|
Fasten your seatbelt: Acer's Predator XB321HK UHD display is about to turbocharge your gaming experience. This monitor combines jaw dropping specs. Also, featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to eliminate screen tearing which provide gamers the epic gaming experience and help to secure the victory. Tilt Angle : -5°to25°
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Acer will not pay for you to ship the monitor to them, they will only pay to ship it back to you.
I gave this monitor a good review, but that was under the assumption it was a working product and didn't have any design flaws. And here I wanted to buy 2 more of these monitors for a 3 monitor setup. I'm so glad I didn't.
The monitor is good. Moving from 60Hz to 144Hz is actually an amazing experience.
However, this monitor appears to have a known defect. In the middle of the screen there are times when a random vertical tear will appear. The tear is approximately 6 pixels wide. To accurately describe it, it seems as if someone removed a vertical strip 6 pixels wide from the middle of the screen and relocated it to the far right.
It is extremely noticeable, and the only way for me to fix it is to repeatedly power off and power back on the monitor. Many others have reported the issue, and so far the only permanent solution I read was to return the monitor to Acer for them to patch it.
Hopefully they sort out this issue in future revisions... but all for now, I wouldn't recommend it.
However, after getting it and having it now for a week. I can honestly say that I'm happy I took the chance.
G-SYNC is worth every penny, any shooter game is like night vs day. Really makes all shooters feel completely different, and makes you better as a player.
I've always had a 60hz monitor, some even 4k. I can really see what people mean when they say that 2k gaming at 144hz is the (sweet spot) and I will never go back to 60hz again.
If you are like me, and are concerned that the TN panel will disappoint you. Take it from me, I spent an entire week debating and watching videos.
I'm very happy that I took the chance, if you have any doubts then take my word and go for it.
This is the very first time I have spent this much on a monitor, and I definitely do not regret it.
This is a fantastic 4k high refresh monitor. It has a fairly subdued look other than the the LED lighting on the bottom and back of the monitor, which can be disabled if you choose. When enabled, I think that it provides a nice amount of bias lighting.
This monitor offers very good sdr performance out of the box. By default, the wide color gamut is enabled. The monitor offers an effective sRGB emulation mode however, which is a welcome feature. Often panels with a wide color gamut don't have the ability to limit the gamut in typical sdr use like on the desktop, which results in over saturated colors. Having the sRGB mode eliminates this.
With my i1 display pro colorimeter, I measured an average DeltaE of under 1.0, with a maximum of 2.3. Native color temperature is 6700k, which is what Acer actually calibrates these to at the factory. Native contrast ratio of my unit is 1065:1, which is typical for an IPS panel. Gamma was slightly off, as it was too high on the low end (making near dark tones too bright) and slightly too low at the high end (making brighter values too dark). Of course after full calibration using the colorimeter and DisplayCal, the performance is exceptional, with perfect gamma, deltaE values below 0.5, and 6500k color temp.
The SDR variable backlight in the OSD is enabled by default. From my testing, it seems to enable a crude form of local dimming- only 3 or 4 zones. In practice it doesn't really do much of anything, I saw improvements to contrast ratio of only <50, which is barely noticeable. The good news is that you can't really notice it in practice. I think it's subjective whether you want to have this enabled or not.
The HDR performance of this panel is actually pretty surprising. It's only certified hdr400, but the image quality is much better than other hdr400 level monitors I've used to this point. The color accuracy in HDR is excellent and is just as good as in SDR, and tone mapping is done quite well. I found that games with good HDR implementation look amazing on this monitor, with the weakness being that dark areas are really not that dark. Since this panel does not have full array local dimming, dark areas will never be very dark, but the way this panel tone maps HDR content makes the image appear much higher contrast than in SDR. Bright, outdoor scenes especially look amazing. Whether or not the extra $600 for full array local dimming on the X27 is worth it is debateable, as the local dimming does cause haloing around white objects on a dark scene. Suffice to say though, for most users the HDR performance provides a nice boost on games and videos. I've shown a few example pictures in this review.
The fan is not very noticeable in my setup. The sound of my air cooler in my PC drowns it out. Just be aware though that this monitor does have a cooling fan that does ramp up when using HDR.
Due to the gsync HDR chip, hdr and gsync can be used at the same time. For full 10 bit color, you will need to limit the refresh to 98hz. Since most games struggle to go above 98 fps at 4k even on a 2080 or 2080ti, this isn't a huge problem. You can also choose to run it at 120hz, which will limit you to 8 bit. In practice I couldn't tell a difference between the two. If you overclock to 144hz, it will enable chroma subsampling, so I don't recommend it.
I'm using a 2080, and I can easily get 60+ fps in newer titles by just turning down a few settings. I tried games like division 2, BF V, AC Odyssey and Shadow of the Tomb Raider in 4k HDR and they were quite amazing, and I was able to get over 60 fps without too much trouble. Since it also has gsync, fluctuations in fps are smooth. Also, most newer games have resolution scaling and such that will allow you to adjust down and reach higher fps, which is beneficial in competitive games and such. In short, it's an excellent high refresh gaming monitor.
I took one star away because of two issues my unit has. First, there is a bright spot of what appears to be backlight bleed at the top left of my panel. It's noticeable on a black screen or in dark scenes in games, enough that it's bothering me. The rest of the panel however is very good, and the IPS glow is on the lower end in comparison to other IPS panels I've used. The second issue is two dead pixels in the lower left of the monitor. Honestly, the pixels are so small that its in no way noticeable during normal use, and can only be scene when looking for it (i.e. in a dead pixel test screen).
For a $1200 monitor however, these two issues are enough for me to want to try an exchange. Overall though, this is a fantastic panel packed full of gaming features. At about $600 less than the X27, I think this monitor offers better value for the money, even though it's still very expensive. HDR content is still limited really, and these 4k high refresh panels are still limited by display port 1.4, so HDR is still not fully mature on monitors. I think this panel does HDR "good enough" for current standards. It will not match a good 4k HDR TV, but you also won't find a TV with 4k high refresh and gsync.
Top international reviews
El monitor es correcto, tiene colores vívidos, aún no siendo panel IPS si lo tienes de frente no notarás mucha diferencia; los 165 hz son reales, pero prefiero siempre jugar a 144 hz o 100, dependiendo la velocidad de cuadros por segundo del juego que tengas. Los materiales son de calidad y sólo estoy probándolo día a día a ver si no sale con defecto, pues algunos han presentado pixeles muertos, gracias a Dios no los he tenido en una semana y días de pruebas, sin embargo aquí viene mi pesar:
La calificación viene así porque el empaque de Amazon EUA fue tan malo que se les olvidó proteger el monitor y lo mandaron sólo en su caja, así, sin protección alguna; hace poco me enviaron una almohada y una cama para mi perro con una caja de Amazon enorme con burbujas, pero un monitor de este precio lo mandan sin nada, un grave y terrible error de Amazon, pues el paquete tuvo que atravesar los Estados Unidos para llegar conmigo y la caja llegó dañada, como se ve en fotos; incluso, abierto y con una parte de las protecciones de unicel rotas, la caja se denota completamente descuidada, hasta vieja; la verdad no sé si me mandaron un producto "refurbished" desde Estados Unidos porque nuevo no estoy seguro después de ver las condiciones de su paquete; cierto es que las protecciones del monitor sí estaban adheridas a él y no presenta de forma visible algún daño, por eso lo sigo probando.
Muy molesto no con el producto que para mí al momento merecería un 9, sino con el envío de Amazon, primera vez que algo así me pasa, incluso camisas me las han mandado con bolsitas de aire o burbujas, pero un monitor tan costoso lo envían en su caja al "ahí se va"........ muy muy mal.
Ojalá ahora sí me publiquen....
I went through two monitors and both were shambles. First one had terrible backlight bleeding and significant black banding. The second had horrendous IPS glow, medium backlight bleeding, and the control joystick was extremely fickle and unresponsive. (I always thought Asus joysticks were terrible, but Acer's reaches a new low for quality in that regard.)
Over all, the monitor looked like a million dollars and the brightness was great. It was marred by being too small for a 4k display (27" and 4k causes some serious "squish" effects and even with scaling it was extremely noticeable), and the quality control issues. Last, but not least, although colour reproduction seemed dead-on the image presented was artificially too sharp. As if it had some sort of sharpness level added (no setting present in the controls, unlike the Nitro which has an adjustment for that.) It failed the test on Lagom spectacularly, making even the "worst case" examples look good. I expect this is why the black banding was so painfully obvious and I could not train myself to not see it. (Side note: all other tests on Lagom were flawless, only "sharpness" failed epically.)
I hope this review helps someone. Lesson learned: avoid *any* monitor that uses AU Optronics' panels.
I also tried reducing the resolution to 1440, but nothing made any difference: pink on the left, blue on the right. Disturbing lack of QC for such an expensive item.
Also, the controls seems taken straight down from CRTs designed in the 90s (they'rejust painful to use), and the stand, even though very sturdy, does not swivel. To be fair, it does go up/down and tilts horizontally though.
I had read about the silly controls and stand design, and was willing to live with that. OTOH, the colour tinge I could not get past.
G-sync is a real game-changer as well. I find I'm worrying less about framerate because this panel transitions seamlessly to match what the video card is putting out. There's no screen tearing or Vsync mouse-lag any more. Just make sure you configure the Nvidia software and your games properly because they often don't work properly out of the box.
Out of the box performance wasn't that bad, around ~6200k for both of them and a 97% sRGB at a whopping 200cd/m2 brightness. Once calibrated, they are superb and was showing 105% sRGB coverage @ 120cd/m2 brightness.
I have used the stand for a month before switching to a vesa mounted arms and they are really good especially in terms of the ease of adjusting the monitor and the design of the feet.
Bezels are really thin and having multiple panels side by side looks really nice
My only complaint really is it seems that the image tends to flicker around 3 times a day but I can't exactly say if it's static building up or the Displayport switch which is causing it. But it seems that issue seems to be widespread from my research.
As for the monitor itself, it's a really good monitor. Good settings/configurations and the quality is really good, refresh rate is really good if you use the display port cable.
I found that only 60ghz is a good enough refresh rate for me, anything higher and I can't tell the difference, others will disagree, but for me 60 is fine to be honest, you only really want the 4k resolution in a monitor, with good refresh rate.
Now for the price, I feel it's too expensive for just a 4k monitor, paying about 900-1000 for all of it. About 500-800 would be a more understandable price and will most likely drop to that in the coming year.
You can buy other 4k monitors for as low as 200$ but you won't be getting great quality or the higher refresh rate of 1ms with them.
If you're looking for a cheap 4k monitor you can check out HP envy. Asus has a similar monitor to this, but I found like a haze over the screen where you could see the pixels, so I got this instead and happy to say it doesn't have that.
Hope this review put some details into the product. I suggest it if you want a 4k monitor. It's the best 4k monitor out there besides the higher break the bank new high refresh rate monitors that are starting to come out.
[★★★★] Material y apariencia: Tiene un buen acabado, sin embargo puede rayarse muy fácil, hay que cuidarlo del polvo
[★★★] Interfaz de Usuario: la configuración aunque es accesible tiene un diseño de interfaz pobre
[★★★★★]Calidad de Imagen: Se necesita calibrar para lograr el máximo, una vez realizado esto es Excelente en 144hz y gran detalle del G-SYNC
Relación calidad y precio: Buena, puede conseguirse en buenas ofertas aquí en amazon a un precio excelente
Valoración Final 4/5★
If you've seen reviews of this monitor flickering, it is likely due to the user overclocking the screen too high. It says on the box "overclock up to 180hz", which does not guarantee it works flawlessly there. Some people can only get 175hz out of the monitor, which is just fine. If you're flickering, try setting it down a little, and it should stop.
For the people considering 1080p144Hz vs 4K60Hz, from someone who's used 4K60Hz for the past year, I would 100% recommend you skip 4K for now. The higher refresh rate looks much better in games vs a 4K resolution. Not all games have 4K textures, or even support 4K properly. If you're into content creation, then 4K might be better for you, to give you more working space in things like Premiere.
The only minor "issue" it has is that when bringing it out of "sleep" or when I turn it on from the "off" mode the panel comes on, but quickly flickers off, but quickly turns back on. I noticed this kind of behavior in the my 27 inch acer predator, so it might be a setting. In any event, overall good monitor. Price could be a bit lower, but given it does not have a serious competitor (IMO), there is not much to say there.