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Predator CG437K P monitors brings 144Hz to a 43-inch 4K display

Predator CG437K P Monitor
Predator CG437K P Monitor (Image credit: Acer)

What you need to know

  • Acer announced the Predator CG437K P monitor.
  • The 43-inch 4K monitor can hit up to 144Hz and has a wide color gamut.
  • The monitor is available now from Acer for $1,500 (opens in new tab).

Acer announced the Predator CG437K P gaming monitor. The 43-inch 4K monitor features a display that can hit 144Hz when overclocked. It supports both AdaptiveSync and G-Sync to help ensure smooth gameplay and has a wide color gamut that covers 90 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. The monitor is available now for $1,500 from Acer (opens in new tab).

The Predator CG437K P monitor has a 1ms response time and a native refresh rate of 120Hz. If you overclock the display, it can hit 144Hz. Support for both AdaptiveSync and NVIDIA G-Sync reduces stuttering to produce smooth gameplay. It also supports a variable refresh rate via HDMI, which works well with the Xbox One.

The monitor has a wide color gamut that hits 90 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. It also has VESA-Certified DisplayHDR 1000 certification.

Outside of the display, the monitor has four magnetic LED strips that people can attach to the back of the display to enhance games, videos, or music. The monitor has two 10-watt speakers as well.

The Predator CG437K P monitor detects how much light is in a room and adjusts the display's brightness. It also has a proximity sensor that wakes the monitor up when someone is nearby and puts it into power-saving mode when someone leaves. It can also turn off entirely if no one is detected for an extended period of time.

It comes with a remote that makes it useable in a living room. The monitor has a USB Type-C port, three HDMI ports, two DisplayPort 1.4 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, and two USB 2.0 ports.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

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