Asus goes toe-to-toe with Acer for G-Sync HDR gaming monitor

At CES 2017, Nividia promised that its G-Sync technology would be making its way to UHD HDR gaming monitors from the likes of Acer and Asus. Acer's Predator X27 finally went up for pre-order earlier in the week, and now Asus has announced its contender for the money's-no-object gamer – the ROG Swift PG27UQ... Continue Reading Asus goes toe-to-toe with Acer for G-Sync HDR gaming monitor Category: Computers Tags: 4K UHD Asus Gaming HDR Monitor NVIDIA Related Articles: Acer's G-Sync HDR gaming monitor finally available for pre-order, and it's pricey Acer announces first Nvidia G-Sync-packing 4K gaming monitor LG's new 4K monitor packs four full HD displays in one Players can get immersed in the action with Samsung's ultra-wide gaming monitor Lenovo leve

Asus goes toe-to-toe with Acer for G-Sync HDR gaming monitor

At CES 2017, Nividia promised that its G-Sync technology would be making its way to UHD HDR gaming monitors from the likes of Acer and Asus. Acer's Predator X27 finally went up for pre-order ...

Thu 24 May 18 from Gizmag

ASUS will ship its NVIDIA G-Sync HDR monitor in June

Acer jumped ahead of the pack when it became the first manufacturer to put an NVIDIA G-Sync HDR monitor (which syncs refresh rates with GeForce GTX graphics cards) on sale last week. ...

Thu 24 May 18 from Engadget

ASUS To Ship Its $2,000 4K HDR 144Hz G-Sync Monitor Next Month

Acer first announced its Predator X27 G-Sync monitor last year and finally started taking pre-orders for it about a week ago. Now, ASUS has thrown its hat in the ring as well by confirming ...

Thu 24 May 18 from Ubergizmo

Asus' 4K HDR 144Hz G-Sync monitor is shipping next month for $2,000

Acer started taking orders for the first 4K HDR 144Hz G-Sync monitor last week, and now Taiwanese compatriot Asus has a product offering that same enticing combination of specs. ...

Thu 24 May 18 from The Verge

The first NVIDIA G-Sync HDR monitor is on sale, but it costs $1,999

NVIDIA G-Sync HDR gaming monitors promise great specs with required features like an iris-searing 1,000 nits of peak brightness, wide color gamut and high 144 Hz refresh rate. Unfortunately, ...

Mon 21 May 18 from Engadget

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