Acer unveils 37.5-inch XR382CQK FreeSync monitor for gamers
Acer is expanding its lineup of monitors for gamers with the release of the XR382CQK FreeSync display, a gargantuan 37.5-inch 21:9 monitor with a resolution of 3440×1600 pixels. The 2300R curved monitor also boasts a ZeroFrame design in addition to UltraWide resolution to reduce the sight of bezels and provide users a more immersive experience.
The QHD FreeSync monitor includes a 5ms IPS panel which shows off a 172-degree horizontal and 178-degree vertical viewing angles. It also has a brightness of 300 nits and a contrast ratio of 100,000,000:1. The monitor supports 1.07 billion colors with 100 percent of the sRGB gamut.
On the connectivity side, the XR382CQK ships with HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort v1.2 inputs, a built-in 4-port USB 3.0 hub, and a USB 3.1 Type-C port which supports data transfer speeds of up to 5Gbps. If an external speaker setup annoys you, the monitor includes two 7W DTS-enabled speakers. AMD’s FreeSync technology also supports tap with up to a 75Hz refresh rate to minimize visual tearing.
Other features of the monitor include Picture-by-Picture, which allows two inputs to the same monitor; Picture-in-Picture, which lets users watch their favorite movie or video while doing other tasks such as creating content or paying bills, Acer EyeProtect blue-light filter, and ComfyView.
Finally, GameView technology allows gamers to quickly toggle between three customizable display profiles to change settings in-game without navigating the OSD menu. The monitor also provides the ability to modify black levels and features an aim-point assistance to produce a perfect shot and adjust the on-screen refresh rate.
You can now purchase the Acer XR382CQK for $1,299 if you reside in the United States.
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