What you need to know
- Acer announced the Nitro XZ2 series of monitors today.
- The curved monitors range from 23.6 inches to 31.5 inches.
- The Nitro XZ242Q starts at $200, the Nitro XZ272 starts at $260, and the Nitro XZ322QU starts at $450.
Acer announced the new Nitro XZ2 series of gaming monitors today. The lineup includes three sizes ranging from 23.6 inches to 31.5 inches. All of the monitors support AMD Radeon FreeSync and are VESA Certified HDR 400. The Nitro XZ242Q starts at $200, the Nitro XZ272 starts at $260, and the Nitro XZ322QU starts at $450. The new monitors are available starting today.
The Nitro XZ2 series of monitors support DisplayPort and HDMI on AMD Radeon FreeSync. The monitor displays are VESA Certified DisplayHDR 400 and hit up to 400 nits of brightness. They feature a 100 million: 1 contrast ratio and support HDR10. The curvature of the screens is 1500R, which helps immerse people into gameplay and other content.
The 31.5-inch Nitro XZ322QU and the 27-inch XZ272 support refresh rates up to 165Hz while the 23.6-inch Nitro XZ242Q has a refresh rate of up to 144Hz. The monitors have a 1ms response time thanks to Visual Response Boost.
The monitors have a resolution of 1920 x 1080, meaning they focus more on smooth gameplay and performance than pumping out the highest pixel count.
Each monitor features an anti-glare VA panel that has a viewing angle of 178 degrees. The monitors also have several modes to match what you're doing on your PC.
These curved monitors feature anti-glare FHD panels that support AMD Radon FreeSync. Depending on the size you choose, the display has a refresh rate of up to 165Hz.
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