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Acer Z35P with 3440 x 1440, 120Hz and G-SYNC

The AOC AG352UCG has proven itself to be a highly capable gaming monitor. It combines a 100Hz VA panel with pretty decent pixel responsiveness, low input lag, a 3440 x 1440 resolution and Nvidia G-SYNC. The Acer Z35P (not to be confused with the older Z35) is a new member of the company’s Predator line-up of gaming monitors.

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Acer X27 ‘4K’ UHD model with 144Hz IPS-type panel

Users looking for a high refresh rate on their monitor have so far had to make do with resolutions that are lower than ‘4K’ UHD (3840 x 2160). For users wishing to display their content in UHD, they’ve had to settle for 60Hz or just a very mild overclock beyond this. The ASUS PG27UQ was one of two models shown off (or at least mentioned) at CES 2017 sporting a 144Hz ‘4K’ panel.

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Acer RC271U slender WQHD model

With a lot of news coverage recently being about models aimed at gamers, with high refresh rate or fancy backlight and suchlike, it’s easy to forget some users want something a bit simpler. The Acer RC271U of the RC1 series provides a slender and minimalistic addition to the manufacturer’s line-up. It features the popular combination of WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution, 27” screen size and IPS-type (In-Plane Switching or similar) panel.

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Acer XB271HU and XB271HUT 165Hz WQHD AHVA models

Some users may be a little confused as to why we are bringing ‘news’ of the Acer XB271HU several months after its release. As it happens, we never published a news piece on this as we were expecting to have reviewed it by now. Unfortunately, a review sample of this never materialised despite repeated requests to Acer, so here we are.

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Acer XR341CK and X34 75Hz and 100Hz curved IPS models

We’ve explored how the 3440 x 1440 resolution on a 34” ‘UltraWide’ model can provide an incredibly engrossing gaming experience. And indeed how adding a subtle curve can help enhance the experience without making the experience seem completely alien. The Acer XR341CK and X34 take things one step further. They combine the same or a very similar curved slim-bezel 34” AH-IPS panel to that seen on the likes of the Dell U3415W and LG 34UC97 and ramp the refresh rate up to 75Hz and 100Hz, respectively.

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Acer Z35 with curved 200Hz G-SYNC VA panel

One particular monitor that has drummed up a lot of interest and sparked a bit of debate is the BenQ XR3501. Some people are put off by the pixel density offered by the 2560 x 1080 resolution spread over a 35” area, whilst others see real potential in its generously curved 144Hz VA panel. The Acer Z35 represents an interesting alternative.

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