Acer Predator Z35, new gaming monitor with G-SYNC and up to 200 Hz refresh
Acer has some of the best monitors for gaming, and its ever-expanding catalogue has room for a monitor that I find curious. This is the Predator Z35, a 35-inch widescreen curved monitor with a resolution of 2560 x 1080 pixels with 2000R curvature and supports up to 200 Hz refresh.
That refresh is achieved using the Display Port connection, while users of an HDMI connection will have to settle for a more modest 144 Hz. The display features Acer’s ULMB (Ultra Low Motion Blur) blur reduction technology coupled with Nvidia G-SYNC adaptive refresh technology, and includes two 9W speakers with DTS sound and a four-port USB 3.0 hub.
35’’ at 2560 × 1080 (80 dpi) and 200 Hz, curved IPS, ms “800 × 450 × 200 mm P With speakers M 300 nits N 3000:1 4× USB 3.0, 1× DisplayPort, 1× HDMI, G-SYNC from Nvidia
Due to its size, it is not the type of monitor you are going to use at a distance of less than one meter, so the low density of pixels on the screen (80 dpi) is partly anecdotal, although it is something to be valued. For those who want to use it a bit more professional, the monitor has support for 100% of the sRGB color range (although as always, one thing is that they cover a lot of color ranges and another is that they reproduce with fidelity).
Panoramic monitors do not seem to me to be totally oriented to a professional use, except for some specific cases, although it is true that I use one at work and that little extra space makes a browser and a text editor like Sublime Text 3 to encode, eliminating the need for a second monitor. It’s a matter of trying, and what you get used to.