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Acer Predator XB1 gaming monitor
Photo: Company [Sep 11, 2015]

Acer has announced the expansion of its Predator gaming monitor lineup with the Nvidia G-Sync-supported, flat-panel Predator XB1.

The Predator XB1 series features the latest Nvidia G-Sync technology. The 27-inch models (XB271HK / XB271HU) also features a ZeroFrame edge-to-edge design with Ultra HD (3,840 by 2,160) or WQHD (2,560 by 1,440) IPS panels that support 100% of the sRGB color gamut, while the XB271HU supports Nvidia ULMB and refresh rates of up to 144Hz.

The 28-inch model (XB281HK) features an Ultra HD panel that has a gray to gray (G2G) response time of 1ms, rendering fast-moving actions or dramatic transitions smoothly without smearing or ghosting.

The Predator XB1 Series will be available in North America in November with prices starting at US$799.99.

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