Acer seems increasingly focused on PC-gaming segment, almost in response to ASUS, reveals another interesting gaming monitor the Predator line. There are no details on price and availability on Z301C model, but still quite interesting features.
Predator Z301C is a display with 1800R curvature, features a weblog AMVA panel AU Optronics, which stands out for the wide 30-inch slowly drifts, and a refresh of 200 Hz (do not know if this is a native frequency or overclocking).
Given the type panel, it is not surprising response time of ‘only’ 4 ms, but the resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels scale this value that hardcore gamers might not be satisfied with. The Acer monitor then offers a viewing angle up to 178 °, contrast 3000: 1, and two 7-watt speakers with DTS.
The design is seen on other products in the Predator series, while ergonomic level the company tells us that the panel can be adjusted with a -5 / 35 ° angle as well as having a stand that can be set up to 15 cm in height. We expect to see the cost of this monitor at IFA 2016, which, among other features, also boasts the Nvidia G-Sync support.