IFA 2017: 35″ Curved Ultrawide Acer Predator X35 HDR G-SYNC Monitor to Be Released in 2018

Acer Predator X35 Monitor

Acer showed off their Predator X35 HDR G-SYNC monitor at IFA 2017 today, which features a 35″ curved ultrawide Quantum dot VA panel and true HDR support.

Standout features include:

  • 35″ 1800R curved QLED VA panel
  • 21:9 3440×1440 resolution
  • 200Hz refresh rate
  • HDR support w/1000 nits brightness & 512 zone local-dimming
  • G-SYNC support
  • 90% coverage of DCI-P3 color space

The Acer Predator X35 is set to release Q1 2018. We’ll update here when more release and pricing details become available.

Acer Press Release:
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.

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