Acer’s Predator X27 is a high end gaming monitor that I think will draw attention from creative pro’s as well, for editing or color grading in applications where critical accuracy isn’t required. After all, the best GPU setups for editing are usually gaming cards unless you’re springing for Titans, and the same logic can be applied to these monitors.
The X27 is a 10-bit, 3840×2160 panel with a refresh rate of 144Hz. With 1000 nits of brightness it is compatible with HDR10 standards. As for colorspaces, it can show 100% of sRGB, 96% of DCI-P3, 82% of REC.2020.
The panel is based on an AU Optronics display with quantum dot technology which produces deeper blacks and more accurate colors. This is Coupled with the LED backlighting that has 384 separate zones that be shut down for even better black levels.
I/O equipped with DisplayPort 1.4 and one HDMI 2.0 input. To run at this performance level you will need a modern 10 series Nvidia card that can support Displayport.
No price yet announced, but I expect it to be north of $2000.