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    Default The First 4K 144Hz, G-Sync, HDR Monitor Up For Pre-order

    The first 4K gaming monitor is finally about to become reality, though it has a serious price tag to match. It’s more or less the same story as the 1440P monitors when they first launched with their high refresh rates and notably high price to match its performance. Gaming is constantly progressing with the ever more powerful graphics cards, so it is time that the monitor tech caught up a little. Acer is one of the first to get to the pre-order stage with their X27 4K monitor that features a full 4K UHD resolution with 144Hz refresh rates, and, HDR to make it even more enticing. Furthermore, it has a peak brightness of 1000 nits, roughly 100 nits more than other 4K monitors currently on the market that support HDR. Here are some of its key specs:   NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR IPS 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD), 144Hz Brightness: 600 nits / 1000 nits (Peak) 4ms (GTG) Response time HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4, USB 3.0 x 4 Predator Shield, Light Sensor Swivel, Rotate, Height Adjustments, VESA   If you’ve got some cash to blow and you fancy yourself a new screen (or three?), then grab yours at Newegg.com now!*The expected release date is June 1st, though this may change without notice.

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    Default Re: The First 4K 144Hz, G-Sync, HDR Monitor Up For Pre-order

    Two Grand $2000.00 for a 27 inch Monitor that is a joke

    I can pick up right now an Acer 35" Ultra-Wide Gaming Professional Monitor, 2560 x 1080,
    with Adaptive Sync, Display Port, HDMI, USB 3.0, Swivel / Height Adjustable, and VESA Compatible for $250 bucks

    Which I do believe would be plenty good enough for me and many others before spending that kind of money
    hell I could buy a bigger 4K TV for less then that with good enough specs to game on.
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...0JC-000P-00615
    Last edited by vinman; 19-05-2018 at 15:07.

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