Acer’s newest Nitro XZ2 lineup of gaming shows does an honest job of masking the fundamentals by packing excessive refresh charges, low response instances, and tear-free visuals in three totally different display screen sizes. All fashions bear a restrained gamer aesthetic, make the most of AMD FreeSync and have anti-glare 1500R curved shows with slender bezels at inexpensive worth factors.
The vary begins with the $200 XZ242Q, which is a 23.6″ 1080p 144Hz monitor. It uses Visual Response Boost to achieve a 1ms response time, covers 95% of the sRGB color space, and supports DisplayPort and HDMI input. Interestingly, Acer lists two identically-priced variants for this mannequin, which seemingly seem to vary solely when it comes to response instances (4ms vs 1ms VRB).
Further up the ladder is the $260 27″ XZ272. This mannequin retains the 1080p decision of its cheaper sibling however justifies costing an additional $60 for its larger 165Hz refresh fee show and the added immersion introduced by its larger, curved display screen.
For these with even deeper pockets and larger desks, the flagship 31.5″ XZ322QU comes with QHD decision and a 165Hz panel for $450. This mannequin’s bigger display screen and pixel rely are the one specs elevating it above the XZ272 for which patrons can be spending an additional $190. It’ll doubtless supply an much more immersive expertise than the 27-inch mannequin however would additionally require a beefier GPU for squeezing out max efficiency.
Acer specifies 178° viewing angles for all Nitro XZ2 fashions, that are additionally VESA mountable and assist tilt, swivel, and top adjustment. The displays at the moment are up on the market on the corporate’s official website.