Curved monitors seem to have a caught on lately because consumers are willing to pony up cash ( large sums of it) for these monitors and why not. They all have a beautifully compact widescreen design and yes, the picture quality is indeed amazing, let's also not forget it curves which along with its superb image quality is the monitors main selling point.
What we have here is Acer's newly launched Predator X34 Curved QHD 34-inch IPS G-Sync display, the first of its kind to incorporate G-Sync technology. Examing the listed specs tells me that this widescreen curved display is definitely on par with all of the other bright crispy monitors that you see on the market. It has a 3440 X 1440 resolution, with 60Hz refresh rate, 4ms response time, 100,000,000 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 1.07 billion colors.
Acers new 34-inch curved monitor supports 100Hz overclocking which should be perfect for consumers who's main intent is to use it for graphically intense video games. The real star of the show here is definitely Nividias own G-Sync technology that's embedded within the monitor. This technology is perfect for those who are playing video games at a very high setting which will aid games that outputs much lesser frame rates.
Other noted features on the X34 Predator that needs to be mention are two 7w speakers with enhanced DTS sound, zero frame design for maximize viewing area and connectivity that includes a HDMI, DisplayPort1.2 and USB 3.0.
Like all the other widescreen curve QHD monitors up for purchase on the market, the Acer X34 Predator is rather pricey at $1,299. It is available now for purchase.