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A 43-inch 144 Hz game screen with FreeSync and DisplayHDR 1000



Acer has presented its new large format game screen (LFGD) that combines an ultra-high definition resolution, a 144 Hz refresh rate with AMD's FreeSync technology, VESA's DisplayHDR 1000 certification, and multiple inputs to connect a PC and multiple game consoles. The Predator CG437K P monitor is aimed at hardcore players who not only want a high refresh rate but also a large size.

Acer Predator CG437KP builds on a 43-inch 8-bit + FRC VA panel with 3840 × 2160 resolution, up to 1000 nits of brightness, a high contrast ratio (since it is a VA panel, we probably talk about something like 2000 : 1 or better), a low response time, a 144 Hz max refresh rate, 178 ° / 178 ° viewing angles and so on. The screen can display 1

.07 billion colors and covers 90% of the DCI-P3 color field.

To utilize a resolution of 3840 × 2160 at a 144 Hz refresh rate, players must connect the Predator CG437K P with two DisplayPort cables to avoid compression or reduction of chroma subsampling. In addition to two DisplayPort inputs, the monitor has three HDMI inputs and one USB type C input (which supports up to 30 W power supply) to connect game consoles and modern laptops. At the same time, the monitor has a built-in four-wheel USB hub (2.0 + 3.0) along with two 10 W speakers as an added bonus.

Key sales points for Predator CG437KP are the combination of size, resolution, brightness and refresh rate. There are only a few large-format ultra-high definition displays with a 144 Hz refresh rate on the market today, so Acer will offer a rather unique product.

The monitor also has a light sensor and a proximity sensor to automatically adjust its luminance according to environmental lighting or even fog when the user is away. Meanwhile, since the monitor is four to five months from commercial launch, Acer does not seem to reveal all of its features and features right now. The monitor currently only carries AMD's FreeSync brand, but at first glance it appears that it has everything in place to support AMD's FreeSync 2, which would be another important selling point.

Acer 4Kp144 Large Format Gaming Display
Predator CG437K P
Panel 43 "VA
Built-in resolution 3840 × 2160
Maximum refresh rate 144 Hz
Response time low
Brightness 1000 cd / m² (top)
Contrast high
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