As far as gaming peripherals are concerned, Acer has set a small but trustable market of products that it keeps updating from time to time. For now, we have the all-new ‘Acer Predator XB241H 180Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor’ up for review. I am definitely not comparing it to the other beasts like AOC AGON AG322QCX or HDR-capable Samsung C32HG70, but yes, on a budget-friendly note, this might be the best option for many of us.
Acer Predator XB241H
The ‘Predator’ automatically makes us alert because of the laptop associated with it and why not, the 24in gaming monitor is definitely, a treat to watch. The ‘true gaming display’ and the beautiful set of RGB lighting along with a USB hub or an external controller has made it gamers dream monitor.
Here’s a brief list of the features that the XB241H with G-Sync technology has to offer:
- A speedy 180Hz overclocked refresh rate
- 1ms response time
- A 1920 x 1080 resolution
Screen size: 24 inch/61 cm
Native resolution: 1920 x 1080 (91.8 PPI)
Refresh rate (Hz): 144 (native), up to 180 (overclocked)
Panel type: TN
Contrast ratio (typical): N/A
Brightness (cd/m²): 350
Response time (ms): 1 (Grey-to-Grey)
Bezel (color, finish): Black, matte
Display inputs: 1 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort 1.2 (G-Sync)
Audio inputs: Headphone jack
USB hub: No
VESA mount: Yes
Power (plug type, internal/external): Kettle, internal
Depth on desk: ~31cm
Other: Nvidia G-Sync & 3D Vision
According to the retail price mentioned on different forums, it will cost you around £364.98 inc. VAT.