Acer Predator XB321HK 32-inch 4K gaming monitor launches

Shane McGlaun - Mar 2, 2016, 4:39 am CST
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Acer Predator XB321HK 32-inch 4K gaming monitor launches

Acer has announced the US launch of its latest gaming monitor called the Predator XB321HK gaming monitor. The monitor is a 4K unit with resolution of 3840 x 2160 and a 32-inch viewable image. It offers 100% sRGB color accuracy and reproduction. Acer builds in NVIDIA G-Sync tech to decrease screen tearing and minimize display stutter and input lag for better looking images and improved play.

The panel used in the monitor has 4ms response time allowing it to render fast moving action without ghosting or smearing. The panel has wide viewing angles and provides accurate color rendering up to 178-degrees horizontally and vertically. Gamers can toggle between three different customizable profiles allowing the user to tweak settings without the need to use an OSD menu while they are gaming.

Acer also builds in tech to reduce glare and to reduce blue light emission to help decrease eye fatigue during long gaming sessions. A VESA mount allows the monitor to be attached to a wall or other mount type. It’s integrated stand is ergonomic with the ability to height adjust up to 4.7-inches and tilt from -5 to 25 degrees for comfortable viewing.

Connectivity options include HDMI and DisplayPort v1.2. The monitor has a USB 3.0 hub integrated with one up and four downstream ports. Integrated sound is enhanced with DTS Sound and is rendered via a pair of 2W speakers. Acer covers the monitors with a three-year parts and labor warranty. MSRP for the Predator XB321HK gaming monitor is $1,299 and it is available at online retailers right now. You’ll need some serious video card muscle to run modern games at 4K resolution without lag, if you order one of these keep that in mind.


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