Acer Just Announced 360Hz, 4K And 240Hz Gaming Monitors – Kotaku Australia

With many people trying to find new gaming screens for their PC upgrades this year, Ive got some excellent news. If youre an esports player, the 360Hz screens are coming. And, naturally, brand-new 240Hz and 4K screens are coming too.
Well begin with the new 360Hz panel initially. Acer announced the 2020 refresh of the Acer Predator X25 overnight, ending up being the second 360Hz display after Nvidias expose of a 360Hz ASUS ROG Swift screen at CES previously this year. We do not understand if Acers Predator X25 will be commercially available here initially, considering that it doesnt have a price or release date simply yet. However last nights conference did provide some more concrete information.
Apart from having actually G-SYNC hardware developed in, Acers gaming screen is a 1080p screen with -5 to -25 degree tilt, swivel of 30 degrees, height adjustability and the ability to pivot 90 degrees. (I cant imagine anyone would buy a 360Hz screen to use it in picture mode, but if thats what you really desire, hey, power to you.) Its essentially a video gaming display nearly specifically designed for video games like Counter-Strike, Valorant, Apex Legends, and so on. I cant imagine a lot of those video games will in fact run at a complete 360 frames per second in most fights– you can get 400 fps on most good gaming rigs in CS: GO if youre in generate, but in the middle of a firefight with molotovs, smoke grenades and shooting, the frame rate drops a bit additional listed below that.
Remarkably, the X25 will be an IPS screen with HDR 400 assistance– although at an optimum brightness of 400 nits, you may also not trouble with HDR at all. Still, there arent any other displays on the marketplace sporting a 0.5 ms response time. Dont expect the monitor to be inexpensive. The global price for the X25 is $US1100, so anticipate RTX 2080/2080 Ti-levels of financial investment when the X25 lands in Australia.If you want something more well rounded, Acer likewise revealed the XB3 series of gaming monitors: a 24.5-inch XB253Q GZ, 2 27-inch screens in the XB273U GS and GX, and a 31.5-inch XB323QK NV. All the screens are G-SYNC compatible with assistance for 240Hz refresh rates and approximately 4K resolution. Thats the sweet area of resolution and revitalize rate that a ton of gamers have been requesting for, especially those who are planning on a big PC upgrade prior to Cyberpunk 2077 launches. Its not clear whether a few of the new XB3 screens will support 4K and 240Hz resolution, and Acers presser from Taipei didnt concentrate on the XB3 screens particularly. Ive asked Acer Australia for more details, though.Theres no word on when these screens will land, although Acers regional PR group have informed Kotaku Australia that the products are “anticipated” to be readily available in Australia and New Zealand. Going off previous years, that implies we can generally anticipate to see them in late Q3/sometime in Q4 this year, which would be nice. Simply saying: a 240Hz/4K screen would be an excellent combo with one of those new Ampere/Big Navi GPUs, if those ever come out.Update 10:30 am: Acers simply offered a slide exposing details of the X25 and XB3 line, revealing two brand-new 1440p/240Hz screens, a 1440p/165Hz model and the 32-inch 4K/144Hz screen:

And, naturally, new 240Hz and 4K screens are coming too.
Apart from having actually G-SYNC hardware developed in, Acers gaming display is a 1080p screen with -5 to -25 degree tilt, swivel of 30 degrees, height adjustability and the capability to pivot 90 degrees. The worldwide rate for the X25 is $US1100, so expect RTX 2080/2080 Ti-levels of investment when the X25 lands in Australia.If you want something more well rounded, Acer also revealed the XB3 series of gaming displays: a 24.5-inch XB253Q GZ, 2 27-inch screens in the XB273U GS and GX, and a 31.5-inch XB323QK NV. Ive asked Acer Australia for more details, though.Theres no word on when these screens will land, although Acers regional PR team have informed Kotaku Australia that the products are “expected” to be available in Australia and New Zealand.