Meet the x34, Acer’s Curved 34-inch Ultrawide Predator Monitor
Acer is getting pretty busy with its new Predator branded tablets, desktops, and now ultra-wide monitors. The firm has revealed the beautiful looking x34, a mammoth 34-inch curved display with QHD resolution (3440×1440).
The monitor features a wide curved IPS panel with the now trendy ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio, G-Sync, and a refresh rate of 60Hz, which can be overclocked all the way to 100Hz. In addition, it also contains two 7-watt speakers at the back, with an adjustable (height and tilt) stand.
The company rates the x34 to have a 178 degrees viewing angle, and a contrast ratio of 100,000,000:1 (probably dynamic). It’s also very bright for its size at 300 nits of brightness.
In addition to the curve and G-sync, the x34 Predator also has Acer’s own solution to tackle eye-fatigue. Termed as ‘Acer Eye Protect’, the technology filters some of the blue light that can be harmful for your eyes.
The monitor’s adjustments are primarily restricted to height and tilt; the stand does not allow for pivoting or rotation. It does however come with a stylish and super-useful handle to allow for easy carry, as well as a loop for cable routing at the bottom. Of course, you can always replace the back stand with a VESA-compatible one or simply mount it on a wall.
The Acer Predator x34 curved QHD display monitor is priced at $1,299.99.