This Is A Monstrous Gaming Monitor From Acer

Predator CG552K
Predator CG552K Blur Busters

Acer unveiled details for a trio of new Predator gaming monitors that the company is showcasing during CES 2020. The range includes a 32 inch/144Hz Predator X32, a curved 37.5-inch Predator X38, and the monstrous 55-inch Predator CG552K OLED gaming monitor.

The Predator X32 is an Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate certified gaming display and supports Vesa's highest DisplayHDR 1400 accreditation. This enables the monitor to display HDR images with a whopping 1.400 brightness nits. The IPS mini-LED panel on the Predator X32 features 1,152 local dimming zones, which allows better contrast production and the monitor itself supports a maximum resolution of 3480x2160.

Talking about the curved monitor, the Predator X38 features a 37.5-inch display that supports a resolution of 3840x1600. The monitor is Vesa DisplayHDR 400 certified for 400 nits of brightness. Overclocking the Predator X38 enables one to achieve a 175Hz refresh rate, thereby taking full advantage of the Nvidia G-Sync technology and 1ms response time.

Although these two monitors don't seem all that impressive, Acer has a gigantic Predator CG552K that might interest you. This monster of a display features a 55-inch OLED display panel supporting up to 4K resolution. The monitor is Adaptive-Sync compatible and comes with a lightning-fast 0.5ms response time at 120Hz refresh rate.

Looking at the the tech specs, it is certain that these monitors are not going to be very cheap. The Predator X32 will be launching in North America in Q2 2020 with a price tag of $3,599, the Predator X38 will be available for purchase in the US for $2,399 and the Predator CG552K will also launch in the US in Q3 2020 for $2,999.

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