Acer reveals their 35″ 3440×1440 Predator X35 G-Sync HDR display at IFA

Acer reveals their 35

Acer reveals their 35″ 3440×1440 Predator X35 G-Sync HDR display at IFA

 
Acer has been talking about their upcoming Predator X35 display at IFA 2017, highlighting its use of a Quantum Dot VA display and it’s “HDR Ultra” support. 
 
Unlike many lower-end HDR displays, the X35 will feature support all aspects of the HDR 10 standard, with peak brightness levels of 1000 nits for bright scenes and 512 zones for local dimming, which alongside this displays 90% coverage of the DCI-P3 colour space will make for a fantastic viewing experience when combined with HDR compliant hardware and content.   
 
This display released with a 35-inch 3440×1440 panel, which supports a maximum refresh rate of 200Hz and Nvidia G-Sync, allowing this display to offer both a high resolution, HDR support and a high refresh rate thanks to DisplayPort 1.4.  
 
Below is an excerpt from Acer’s IFA press release.  
 
 
 


Acer Predator X35: Awe-Inspiring Visuals

This large 35-inch, 21:9 monitor sports an immersive 1800R curve and a brilliant (3440 x 1440) WQHD resolution. Featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC, Acer HDR Ultra and quantum dot technologies, it also provides the best possible contrast quality with high dynamic range. Advanced LED local dimming in 512 individually-controlled zones shines light only when and where it is required. The Predator X35 delivers a broader, more deeply saturated color gamut covering 90 percent of the DCI-P3 color standard, and a luminance range several times greater than that of traditional dynamic range monitors. The fast 4 ms response time and high 200 Hz refresh rate combined with NVIDIA G-SYNC makes gameplay smooth and life-like with no tearing or visual artifacts.

Outfitted with Predator GameView, there are eight pre-set display modes to optimize visuals for different types of action. In addition to Standard, ECO, Graphic and Movie, there are three special game modes, including Action, Racing and Sports, which can be easily accessed through a hotkey or the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu. Gamers can also define their own custom profile and program each mode according to their preferences.

Acer BlueLightShield™ technology lets customers reduce blue light emissions by selecting from four different filter settings via the OSD menu. The premium VA panel enables wide viewing angles up to 178-degrees horizontally and vertically. In addition, Dark Boost technology allows fine details to be seen in dimly lit environments.

  

Acer reveals their 35

 

The Predator X35 is set to release in Q1 2018, though no pricing information has been revealed for this monitor.   

 

  
Acer reveals their 35

 

You can join the discussion on Acer’s upcoming Predator X35 200Hz G-Sync HDR 3440×1440 display on the OC3D Forums.

   

Acer reveals their 35

Acer reveals their 35″ 3440×1440 Predator X35 G-Sync HDR display at IFA

 
Acer has been talking about their upcoming Predator X35 display at IFA 2017, highlighting its use of a Quantum Dot VA display and it’s “HDR Ultra” support. 
 
Unlike many lower-end HDR displays, the X35 will feature support all aspects of the HDR 10 standard, with peak brightness levels of 1000 nits for bright scenes and 512 zones for local dimming, which alongside this displays 90% coverage of the DCI-P3 colour space will make for a fantastic viewing experience when combined with HDR compliant hardware and content.   
 
This display released with a 35-inch 3440×1440 panel, which supports a maximum refresh rate of 200Hz and Nvidia G-Sync, allowing this display to offer both a high resolution, HDR support and a high refresh rate thanks to DisplayPort 1.4.  
 
Below is an excerpt from Acer’s IFA press release.  
 
 
 


Acer Predator X35: Awe-Inspiring Visuals

This large 35-inch, 21:9 monitor sports an immersive 1800R curve and a brilliant (3440 x 1440) WQHD resolution. Featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC, Acer HDR Ultra and quantum dot technologies, it also provides the best possible contrast quality with high dynamic range. Advanced LED local dimming in 512 individually-controlled zones shines light only when and where it is required. The Predator X35 delivers a broader, more deeply saturated color gamut covering 90 percent of the DCI-P3 color standard, and a luminance range several times greater than that of traditional dynamic range monitors. The fast 4 ms response time and high 200 Hz refresh rate combined with NVIDIA G-SYNC makes gameplay smooth and life-like with no tearing or visual artifacts.

Outfitted with Predator GameView, there are eight pre-set display modes to optimize visuals for different types of action. In addition to Standard, ECO, Graphic and Movie, there are three special game modes, including Action, Racing and Sports, which can be easily accessed through a hotkey or the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu. Gamers can also define their own custom profile and program each mode according to their preferences.

Acer BlueLightShield™ technology lets customers reduce blue light emissions by selecting from four different filter settings via the OSD menu. The premium VA panel enables wide viewing angles up to 178-degrees horizontally and vertically. In addition, Dark Boost technology allows fine details to be seen in dimly lit environments.

  

Acer reveals their 35

 

The Predator X35 is set to release in Q1 2018, though no pricing information has been revealed for this monitor.   

 

  
Acer reveals their 35

 

You can join the discussion on Acer’s upcoming Predator X35 200Hz G-Sync HDR 3440×1440 display on the OC3D Forums.