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Acer unveils two 27in monitors built for gaming

Acer unveils two 27in monitors built for gaming

Just days before the 2015 CES event, Acer continues to draw the curtain back on its new products. This time the company is announcing two new computer monitors purpose-built for high-end gaming, and each featuring new technology to present the best possible screen image to players. Both measuring 27 inches and featuring 2560x1440 resolution, the XB270HU is the first gaming monitor to use IPS and offers 178 degree viewing angle, and the XG270HU offers a gorgeous edge-to-edge frameless display.

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Samsung, AMD team up to bring FreeSync to UHD monitors

Samsung, AMD team up to bring FreeSync to UHD monitors

In an almost surprising partnership, Samsung and AMD have announced that the two will be working together to bring the chip maker's FreeSync technology to the display manufacturer's upcoming line of Ultra HD capable monitors next year. The marriage of the two technologies will be targeting gamers and creative professionals who require not only accurate colors and high resolutions but also fluid frame rates. Though the combination sounds almost natural, the people involved and the timing could make one wonder if there are other factors involved.

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Acer 28-inch 4K G-Sync XB280HK Monitor Review

Acer 28-inch 4K G-Sync XB280HK Monitor Review

After previewing the G-Sync technology all the way back in December of 2013, we’ve been chomping at the bit to get the chance to check out a real-deal consumer-ready G-Sync monitor. Today we get to bring that to you with the Acer XB280HK. This 28-inch beast also brings on 4K resolution for good measure.

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AOC gaming display joins the G-Sync party

AOC gaming display joins the G-Sync party

This week the hardware manufacturers at AOC have revealed their 24-inch Gaming Monitor with NVIDIA G-Sync technology. This is the most updated version of the G-Sync monitor we saw earlier this year at CES in our large G-Sync Monitors hands-on from NVIDIA’s special event.

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Acer Aspire V Nitro gaming notebooks arrive alongside 4K2K LCDs

Acer Aspire V Nitro gaming notebooks arrive alongside 4K2K LCDs

Acer has taken the wraps off of its latest gaming notebooks, the Aspire V Nitro series, along with a clutch of new 4K2K and WQHD displays for those who demand extra pixels. Powered by a choice of 4th- or 5th-gen Intel Core processors paired with NVIDIA GeForce graphics up to GTX 860M, the Aspire V Nitro range will be offered in 15- and 17-inch sizes, with the range topped by the Aspire V Nitro-Black Edition.

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Acer XB280HK monitor combines 4K and G-SYNC

Acer XB280HK monitor combines 4K and G-SYNC

Acer has introduced a new 4K monitor, this one bringing with it NVIDIA's G-SYNC technology. According to the maker, this is the first 4K display to include NVIDIA's tech, the combination of which is promised to give gamers "ultra-smooth, tear-free imagery."

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Project CARS gameplay hands-on: 4K surround with Origin and GTX Titan

Project CARS gameplay hands-on: 4K surround with Origin and GTX Titan

This week NVIDIA has a gigantic Origin Genesis gaming PC customized to high heaven, sitting out front of their booth at CES 2014 with Project CARS on three 4K displays. With three NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan graphics cards hooked up to a 4K surround system like we’ve got here, the highest-end abilities of the game Project CARS is made readily apparent. This combination allows Project CARS to reach its full potential, exactly the aim this team aims to present.

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NVIDIA G-Sync monitors hands-on: BenQ, Philips, AOC, ViewSonic on tap

NVIDIA G-Sync monitors hands-on: BenQ, Philips, AOC, ViewSonic on tap

It's nearly time for NVIDIA's G-Sync gaming monitor processor technology to hit the market - closer to the reveal of this technology than to the market, to be fair, but close nonetheless. What we're having a peek at this week is a collection of monitors that've already got their final bits and pieces in them, just a few of the collection of displays that'll be released later this year. BenQ, Philips, AOC, and ViewSonic have all brought their first models to CES 2014 and NVIDIA's press event.

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Philips 27-inch monitor touts NVIDIA G-Sync for a better gaming experience

Philips 27-inch monitor touts NVIDIA G-Sync for a better gaming experience

NVIDIA has been hard at work at trying to usher in a new age of gaming experience. Answering the graphics chip maker's call, Philips has just unveiled a new 27-inch monitor that's designed to bring out the best gaming visuals courtesy of NVIDIA's fancy new G-Sync chip.

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NVIDIA G-Sync first-impressions

NVIDIA G-Sync first-impressions

Today we're letting loose our first-impressions of the technology called G-Sync, NVIDIA's newest in new graphics enhancement for the gaming universe. What we're looking at here is one of the first NVIDIA G-Sync monitors in the world outside of NVIDIA headquarters, here rolling with ASUS as a technology preview unit. Before you go any further, have a peek at our NVIDIA G-Sync SlashGear 101 for data from the start - then it's time to activate.

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SlashGear 101: What is NVIDIA G-Sync?

SlashGear 101: What is NVIDIA G-Sync?

We've got one of the first NVIDIA G-Sync monitors in the world sitting on our desk this week, and though we're not quite to production level preview time as of yet, the impression we're getting already is one of a whole new era in gaming graphics. Aside from that, if there's one thing we can say unequivocally about this ASUS unit with G-Sync inside before speaking about its quality, it's that the concept behind it isn't something everyone is going to understand. Not right off the bat. Instead we've got some explaining to do before we begin.

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NVIDIA Editor’s Day 2013 Wrap-up: G-Sync, 4K, and gaming’s blurred lines

NVIDIA Editor’s Day 2013 Wrap-up: G-Sync, 4K, and gaming’s blurred lines

Though the event continues to be called "Editor's Day", this week we had an extended stay with NVIDIA in Montreal, learning about the company's newest in gaming development and hardware innovation. The biggest news of the event was surely the unveiling of G-Sync, a hardware module made by NVIDIA to be planted in the backs of high-end gaming monitors, making their functions slave to GeForce GTX graphics cards, but that wasn't the only big push made by the company for industry. Also making appearances were NVIDIA SHIELD, development initiatives through GameWorks, and some of the biggest names in game development today.

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