Acer Announced Nitro XZ2 Series Curved Gaming Monitors

The curved gaming monitor spree is on the roll and here is another launch in the curved monitor domain. Acer America announced the new Nitro XZ2 series with the aim to provide quality gaming monitors at an affordable rate, thus making them ideal for first-person shooting games where in-depth graphics are vital. A total of 3(XZ242Q Pbmiiphx, XZ242Q Sbmiiphx, XZ272 Sbmiiphx) new monitors have been introduced to the new Nitro series.


Features and Specification:

These monitors come with 3w dual speakers and Full HD (1920*1080) Curved LED panel. Their display size starts from 23.6 inches for the basic XZ242Q Pbmiiphx and stretches up to 27 inches for XZ272 Sbmiiphx(top of the line model) monitor.

Same is the case of refresh rate where you get a 144hz refresh rate from the XZ242Q Pbmiiphx and a 165hz for XZ242Q Pbmiiphx. They have 400 nit cd/m² brightness, which is the same for all the models along with Vertical Alignment Panel Technology. The monitors feature a 100 million: 1 contrast ratio and HDR10 support. All the models have AMD free sync technology. These monitors are equipped with 2 Display and HDMI, respectively.


The VESA certified display, along with its Anti Glare features, provides crystal clear and detailed colors. There are screen optimization options like 11 black level to get the most out of your display. The inbuilt software allows us to set up different gaming modes from the 8 preset display modes (ECO, Standard, etc.). Acer Vision care ensures flicker and blu light free display. It has a 360 degrees height and swivels adjustment along with 178 degrees horizontally and vertically, wide viewing angle.


The Nitro series monitors are available at every major retailer at the suggested price by ACER. The XZ272 Sbmiiphx is priced at $259, whereas the XZ242Q Pbmiiphx is priced at $199. The difference between XZ242Q Sbmiiphx and the XZ242Q Pbmiiphxx is the response time.