Acer Pushing The Limits With Predator X25 360Hz Gaming Monitor

Refresh rates are moving up exponentially these days. More and more companies are getting the opportunity to improve their gaming screens. One standout in this race is Acer, which has been consistently producing acclaimed gaming laptops. It takes a shot again in this field with its new Predator X25. As its name suggests, the screen estimates diagonal width to be 25 by 25 inches. However its distinguishing strength is with no uncertainty its screen’s performance, especially its refresh rate. The unheard-of and confounding 360Hz refresh rate is an industry-first.

Just as industry standards for screen resolution have increased from 4K to 8K, the refresh rate has also increased. Particularly when you consider that most gamers would be satisfied with a 240Hz or even 144Hz gaming screen. Yet, for those eSports gamers that need each conceivable favorable position over the opposition with their jumpy reflexes, this very well might be the ticket.

The Acer Predator X25

Notwithstanding its insurmountable refresh rate, the Predator X25 highlights a 1080p display, which again is perfect for eSports gaming. This resolution with the refresh rate might be an optimal package for gamers who are looking at screens for a long period of time. The Predator is the pinnacle of this technology so far. Acer likewise brings in LightSense, ColorSense, and ProxiSense innovations to further benefit acclimations to brightness/shading settings and help decrease strain on sight for those long-into-the-night gaming sessions.

With its pending release already generating hype, Acer is in a good place. Acer says that Predator X25 will make an appearance matching its hype, by releasing in the United States this November estimated at $1,100.

In case you’re searching for something somewhat bigger, Acer additionally pulled the wraps off the Predator XB323QK NV, which is a 31.5-inch gaming screen with a 4K Resolution. The panel flaunts a 240Hz refresh rate, DisplayHDR 400 help, and a 0.5ms dark to-dim reaction time.

All these changes ensure that Acer’s star is not waning anytime soon. Its hold over the gaming-laptop market, with its visually stunning monitors and a powerful graphics card to boot, is solid.