|Screen Size||37.5 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 1600 pixels|
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Acer Gaming Monitor 37.5" Ultra Wide Curved XR382CQK bmijqphuzx 3840 x 1600 1ms Response Time AMD FREESYNC Technology (Display, HDMI & MHL Ports)
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- 37.5" QHD (3840 x 1600) Curved Widescreen IPS Display with AMD FreeSync Technology
- 75Hz Refresh Rate- Using Display Port or HDMI Port
- Response Time: 1ms (MPRT), Pixel Pitch: 0.229mm
- Two speakers, 7 watts per speaker
- Ports: 1 x Display Port, 1 x Display Port Out, 1 x USB 3.1 Type-C Port, 1 x HDMI 2.0 & 1 x MHL 2.1
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A New Angle In Entertainment
Introducing the Acer XR Series display with a 37.5-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 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.
- 37.5" QHD (3840 x 1600) Curved Widescreen IPS Display with AMD FreeSync Technology
- Response Time: 1ms (MPRT)
- Acer VisionCare Technologies
- 1 - USB 3.1 Type-C Port (Up) & 4 - USB 3.0 Ports (Down)
- Video Ports: 1 x Display Port, 1 x Display Port Out, 1 x HDMI 2.0 & 1 x MHL 2.1
The Acer XR Series has you covered with the features you need. The 37.5" curved screen and UltraWide QHD (3840 x 1600) resolution make your games more exciting and movies look as epic as possible. Cool ambient lighting effects, futuristic aluminum base, and headset hook bring the ultimate in gaming luxury.
No Screen Tearing
Say 'goodbye' to stuttering and tearing. FreeSync and Adaptive-Sync technologies match the refresh rate of your monitor with your graphics card to provide the smoothest gaming experience without the possibility of jitter.
Marvel in Every Angle
This monitor sports a curved UltraWide QHD display with ColorPlus technology, including 100% sRGB gamut and 6-axis color adjustment for a perfect picture. IPS technology lets you see clearly from nearly any angle.
All Set – HDR Ready
HDR is a display technology that creates deeper levels of black and white contrast, giving you a greater level immersion through realistic image recreation. Using scalar chip decoding and mapping technology, the Edge-lit LED panel and global dimming functionality, the XR Series display pulls you in to the lifelike contrast and color of HDR.
Plenty of curved screen real estate and a cinematic 21:9 aspect ratio make sure games and movies look as epic as possible. Two built-in 7W DTS Sound speakers bring world-class audio to your movies, games, and music.
Stay in the fight for hours with EyeProtect’s Flicker-less and Blue-light Filtering technology delivering a viewing experience without jitter and lessening the impact on your eyes. Give your neck a break too, with flexible tilt from -5 to 35 degrees and height adjustments.
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|Display Resolution Maximum||3840 x 1600 pixels||3440 x 1440 pixels||3840 x 1600 pixels||3840x1600||3440 x 1440 pixels|
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|Item Dimensions||35.31 x 12.17 x 12.9 in||32.2 x 9.4 x 22.4 in||35.3 x 9.3 x 23.5 in||9.06 x 35.31 x 18.35 in||39.85 x 14.25 x 26.81 in|
|Item Weight||23.61 lbs||18.3 lbs||19.8 lbs||29.1 lbs||27.55 lbs|
Introducing the Acer XR82CQK display with a 37.5-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 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.TX2AA.002).
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First off, on that note, the stand - it is solid metal, really heavy duty and the mechanism for adjustment is so buttery smooth it's quite an amazing engineering achievement. I'd heard reports that the LG wobbles a lot when typing on the desk as it's a single tower stand made of plastic - on a screen so large that's not a good idea unless you create a robust adjustment mechanism. That's something that thankfully, Acer did. On LG's part, that to me, smacks of cheapness and style over substance. Especially so, because at nearly $400 more, the LG simply is not worth it for the exact same panel.
Next, the model I bought is the "HDR ready" 1ms variant, which was released in November 2017. Please check your specs because it's hard to spot these little items of info. It cost $1099 instead of $1039 for the non HDR ready, 4ms variant. Prices will change of course, so don't base your purchase off that, but I will say pay attention to those specs so you can get the most up to date model out right now. Of course, the screen only gets to about 500nits of brightness, so it's not technically 'enough' as per the guidelines that suggest 1000 nits is needed for proper HDR. However, it does a pretty decent job at accentuating contrast from experience, specifically in the games I tested (Destiny 2 and PUBG).
Next, the panel itself - Great. I went to this from a 5K iMac so it does drop a little in the sharpness stakes when I'm editing photos and just for general browsing; you will notice it if you're coming from the same background as me, but I have no regrets whatsoever. The 21:9 ratio knocks it out of the park for editing, general productivity and gaming and I wouldn't go back to 16:9 for any of the above if I had the choice.
75hz was the minimum I wanted for the little bit of gaming I do on the panel, and I have to say it's really very good, more than 'acceptable', though I understand gaming purists won't be satisfied.
Re: picture quality - it's very, very good. Rich colors, excellent contrast and sharpness (at 3800 by 1600 it was always going to be great for movies) and very little light bleed. Regardless of what anyone says, any IPS panel will suffer from light bleed to some degree; however, I am very fussy with this (having returned MANY TV's for light bleed) and I have to say it's very minimal and definitely livable with. You won't notice it unless the screen is just turning on, when you'll see a slight hint of it in the corners on the black screen. After that it's not noticeable
On the down side, it's expensive, but all 21:9 monitors are, and it's still almost 30% less than the LG (which is effectively the same monitor) so I have zero regrets plumping for this one. It doesn't have the same bezel-less effect display, but that's the only discernible difference.
So, build quality is exceptional (WAY better than the LG), the stand is a feat of engineering (I still don't know how they get the TV to tilt all direction and especially move up/down with a light touch of the hand, while keeping it perfectly in place and the quality of picture is fantastic too.
What's not to love!?
Did research around, and found the way to enable 4k@75Hz over USB-C: Turn off the monitor's USB hub functionality. Go to Monitor Menu -> System -> USB 3.0 and turn it off.
Coming from the LG Ultrafine 5k, this is far superior for office/general/productivity. The Macbook Pro 2016 can't handle the 5k monitor without the dGPU's fan constantly revving up on a little 720p video, which really got on my nerves. However with this Acer at full resolution, my macbook is quiet is a mouse, even with a full screen video playing for several minutes.
-Size is shockingly good, but it took ~3 hours to get used to. My neck was hurting until I put the monitor back about 2 feet and keep my main window in the center third. BetterSnapTool or other window management software is a must.
-Text and DPI are excellent. I was nervous about leaving Retina DPI as I like crisp text (coding, slack, excel, atom, contracts, reports).
-Whites are excellent and matte AG isn't overly aggressive or grainy.
-USB-C functionality is perfect for Macbook Pro 2016
-Brightness is excellent. Mines at 70/100 and I like very bright and very white whites.
-Bottom LED lights are pretty cool, easy to change or turn off.
-Very comparable or BETTER than the LG 38uc99 in every way. Pretty much identical except for aesthetics
-Bezel and the back are sleek, look high quality and are thin and less noticeable than the LG 38 and especially compared to the LG Ultrafine
-Generates very little heat or isn't noticeable at all
-Zero wobble with this stand, it's extremely sturdy
-Far more backlight bleed than the LG Ultrafine, but it's only noticeable on a screensaver or on boot up.
-Less saturated colors (red/blue/green) compared to LG, possibly due to matte vs. glossy screen. The flatter colors are easier on the eyes surprisingly, especially for office and productivity work.
-Only way to adjust volume takes 2 clicks after programming the shortcut
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No dead pixels, so quality control appears to be very good.Read more