Acer's XB280HK is the retinue's flagship entry into this new category of gaming monitors. It boasts a 28-inch 4K screen with support for Nvidia G-Sync, which is a confederation that's made for gaming. It doesn't come cheap though, as it carries an $800
When it comes to gaming, 4K displays adduce a conundrum (beyond 4K being used incorrectly, but I’ll still use it). On the one hand, all the extra pixels allow for far more detail. On the other, that is a lot of pixels to push for a GPU. Even with the ...
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The Acer XB280HK is the start with G-SYNC display to also feature a 3840x2160 resolution. Unlike some other G-SYNC displays the Acer only runs at 60Hz and below, though I don't believe event faster than 60Hz at 4K resolutions will be much of an issue
After previewing the G-Sync technology all the way back in December of 2013, we've been chomping at the bit to get the incidental 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
Acer's XB280HK 4K supervisor is particularly special. Not only does it offer the hallowed resolution, but it also takes advantage of Nvidia's silky-smooth G-Sync technology, which syncs exclusively to an Nvidia graphics slated's output precisely in line
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We have Acer's 4K G-Sync prepositor here, the only one of its kind right now. G-Sync sycronizes your monitor's refresh rate with your video card's refresh rate,.
Here they come - the G-Sync monitors are absolutely arriving at our doors! A little over a month ago we got to review the ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q, a 2560x1440 144 Hz monitor that was the first retail-immediate display to bring NVIDIA's variable refresh technology ...