Acer has introduced three Predator premium monitors up to 55 inches diagonal and a set of unique features: Predator CG552K, Predator X38 Predator X32. The first is suitable for hardcore games,
the second is able to literally revive the picture, and the third is of decent image quality and is suitable for gamers who not only play, but also create content.
Predator X32 gaming monitor
The 32-inch Predator X32 takes advantage of NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate technology, which makes the gameplay smoother and higher contrast ratio enhanced
the color scheme will allow you to see many details even in dynamic scenes. The monitor has a UHD resolution panel (3840×2160 pixels) with a maximum brightness of 720 nits, equipped with a mini LED
backlit with local dimming (one thousand one hundred fifty-two zones) and VESA Certified DisplayHDR 1400 certified. Novelty boasts 10-bit matrix, factory calibration
color rendering with Delta E <1, 99 percent AdobeRGB color space and 89.5 percent Rec2020. It has a refresh rate of 144 Hz, and 178-degree viewing angles.
An ergonomic stand with adjustable height and screen angle will allow you to choose a comfortable monitor position during gaming sessions. Three HDMI 2.0 ports and DisplayPort 1.4 port simplify
connect your monitor to your PC, and four USB 3.0 connectors help you find space for joysticks, mice, and other accessories. In addition, the novelty is equipped with two built-in 4-watt speakers.
Predator X38 gaming monitor
37.5 “UWQHD (3840×1600 pixels) model Creates a full immersion effect thanks to a curved screen with a radius of curvature of 2300R. The novelty not only covers almost the entire field
user-friendly, but also supports NVIDIA G-SYNC technology and is VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified. Thanks to factory calibration with Delta E <1 and 98 percent coverage DCI-P3 color space, all shades on the Predator X38 screen will look realistic, allowing gamers to create their own content. Predator X38's refresh rate is 175 Hz, and response time is 1 ms in overclocking mode.
The stand provides an angle of -5 to 35 degrees, a 30 degree turn and a height change of 12.9 cm. With HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2, the monitor can be connected to a PC,
and four USB 3.0 ports allow the Predator X38 to be used as a hub for external devices and gaming accessories. In addition, the novelty is equipped with two 7-watt speakers.
Predator CG552K game monitor
The 55-inch 4K (3840×2160 pixels) Predator CG552K OLED panel produces a detailed and contrasting picture. Like the two previous models it received the VESA Certified DisplayHDR 400 which
delivers a maximum brightness of 400 bolts, with Delta E <1 color rendering accuracy and 98.5 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color space giving natural and rich colors. The monitor may appeal to gaming console fans thanks to its VRR technology when connected via HDMI. In addition, the Predator CG552K supports Adaptive-Sync and NVIDIA technology G-SYNC. The monitor response time was accelerated to 0.5ms and the screen refresh rate was up to 120Hz.
The built-in Predator CG552K light sensor measures the level of light in the room and automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen. The proximity sensor determines if the user is in front of the screen,
and either outputs the Predator CG552K from sleep or activates standby to save power. In addition, the monitor provides a choice of ports to connect to various peripherals
devices: three HDMI 2.0 connectors, two DisplayPort v1.4, USB Type C port and a pair of USB 2.0 and USB 3.0. Two built-in 10-watt speakers provide audio playback while being customizable
LED strips help you choose the backlight.
Predator X32 and Predator X38 monitors will appear in Russia in the second quarter of 2020 and Predator CG552K in the third quarter. The manufacturer says nothing about prices.
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