Acer XZ271 27" LED Curved Monitor, 144Hz, FreeSync, HDMI, DisplayPort, Speakers £199.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
279Expired

Acer XZ271 27" LED Curved Monitor, 144Hz, FreeSync, HDMI, DisplayPort, Speakers £199.99 @ Ebuyer

£199.99 @ Ebuyer
Seems to be considerably cheaper than most other paces and around £30 less than it was last week. Technical Specification Display Panel Technology: VA Size cm: 69 Size Inch… Read More
topss Avatar
6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Seems to be considerably cheaper than most other paces and around £30 less than it was last week.

Technical Specification

Display

Panel Technology: VA
Size cm: 69
Size Inch: 27
Format: 16:9
Display dimensions (mm): 598 x 336
Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.311
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 HDMI/DP:144Hz, MHL:60HzHz
PPI: 82
Rsp time (ms): 4
Dynamic Contrast ratio: 100M:1
Brightness (cd/m2): 300
H/V° CR 10:1: 178/178
H/V° CR 5:1: 178/178
Backlight type: LED
Screen coating hardness: 3H

Video Input

HDMI
DisplayPort
miniDP
USB3.0 Hub 1up, 4down
More From Ebuyer:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
topss Avatar
6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Options

All Comments

(26) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
1 Like #1
Not bad ! Heat.
#2
Looks like a good deal. I recently bought a 144Hz display, seems to give a more solid picture.
#3
Dammit just bought two of them last week :(

Regardless they're really nice monitors, 144Hz with good colours and the curve, even though I hate it on TVs, works really well on a monitor at this size and distance, liked it so much so that I bought two of them and replaced my AOC G2460PG 24" 144Hz Gsync monitor.
The downside is that the blacklight uniformity isn't great, there is a lot of it bleeding out but cant really tell when playing games.
2 Likes #4
Looks nice but 1 problem... only 1080p... want to see 2k/4K screens now
1 Like #5
Good price but yes, not being 1440p or above is its downfall.
#6
malachi
Good price but yes, not being 1440p or above is its downfall.

Well Acer does make one but it's more than double the price, which I was contemplating but in the end I'd rather have two of them.
#7
noiren
malachi
Good price but yes, not being 1440p or above is its downfall.
Well Acer does make one but it's more than double the price, which I was contemplating but in the end I'd rather have two of them.
3x the price if you want 1440/144/gsync!
#8
adam0812
Well Acer does make one but it's more than double the price, which I was contemplating but in the end I'd rather have two of them.
3x the price if you want 1440/144/gsync![/quote]
GSync is a waste of money, almost all monitors with it only come with a single DP port and no speakers but more importantly it becomes useless at high frame rates, above 80, as tearing will disappear or is imperceptible. It is only useful atm if you play at 4K and getting 30-60FPS.
My advice is just get a good responsive 144Hz monitor and invest the money you've saved on a graphics card that will give you those nice high frame rates.
#9
noiren
adam0812
Well Acer does make one but it's more than double the price, which I was contemplating but in the end I'd rather have two of them.
3x the price if you want 1440/144/gsync!
GSync is a waste of money, almost all monitors with it only come with a single DP port and no speakers but more importantly it becomes useless at high frame rates, above 80, as tearing will disappear or is imperceptible. It is only useful atm if you play at 4K and getting 30-60FPS.
My advice is just get a good responsive 144Hz monitor and invest the money you've saved on a graphics card that will give you those nice high frame rates.[/quote]I have a pg279q, Gsync is absolutely not a waste of money.

Edited By: adam0812 on Oct 31, 2016 15:29
#10
Have you used gsnyc?
adam0812
noiren
adam0812
Well Acer does make one but it's more than double the price, which I was contemplating but in the end I'd rather have two of them.
3x the price if you want 1440/144/gsync!
GSync is a waste of money, almost all monitors with it only come with a single DP port and no speakers but more importantly it becomes useless at high frame rates, above 80, as tearing will disappear or is imperceptible. It is only useful atm if you play at 4K and getting 30-60FPS.
My advice is just get a good responsive 144Hz monitor and invest the money you've saved on a graphics card that will give you those nice high frame rates.
I have a pg279q, Gsync is absolutely not a waste of money.[/quote]
#11
The quotes got messed up, I have a pg279q, and think its worth every penny.
#12
Yes I have an AOC G2460PG 24" 144Hz Gsync monitor which I replaced with two of these running on an Nvidia 1070. Other than the blacklight being a bit more uniform on the AOC I cannot see a single difference other than now I have speakers and plethora of connectors.

I get about 300fps in CS:Go and over 150 in most other games, have yet to see a single tear and quite frankly never saw any of it when games were running below 60 anyway.
As said both GSync and Freesync are only useful if you're playing a low FPS, but then, unless it's 4K, why are you buying an expensive GSync monitor when your graphics card cant push beyond 60fps, seems counter intuitive. Spend the £100+ savings over non-gsync monitors on a better graphics card.
#13
Good choice for Xbox one over a standard TV? Cheers.
#14
Well I've been looking at new monitors, upgrade from my 32 inch sharp lcd tv and was looking at this one and an aoc one, given its under 200 I went for this. Looks like good value for money

Just need to figure out how I explain to my Mrs were I got a spare 200 from lol
#15
Damn I bought this last week for £230. very impressed with it! might buy another

Edited By: Pete_1001 on Oct 31, 2016 21:46
#16
Out of stock
#17
Pete_1001
Damn I bought this last week for £230. very impressed with it! might buy another

It's pretty sweet, with them being curved it looks much more natural, wish I had the desk space for a third one.
#18
I'd have bought it to update my 23" LG (which is perfectly good enough) but out of stock. Expire please
#19
Great deal! Was tempted yesterday. Went back to buy today and looks like it's expired :( I guess I need to be quicker next time.
#20
Great price, not 1440p so I wont vote either way on this one.
#21
noiren
Yes I have an AOC G2460PG 24" 144Hz Gsync monitor which I replaced with two of these running on an Nvidia 1070. Other than the blacklight being a bit more uniform on the AOC I cannot see a single difference other than now I have speakers and plethora of connectors.

I get about 300fps in CS:Go and over 150 in most other games, have yet to see a single tear and quite frankly never saw any of it when games were running below 60 anyway.
As said both GSync and Freesync are only useful if you're playing a low FPS, but then, unless it's 4K, why are you buying an expensive GSync monitor when your graphics card cant push beyond 60fps, seems counter intuitive. Spend the £100+ savings over non-gsync monitors on a better graphics card.


I am in the exact same position and I agree, I have used the standard model without g sync and I noticed no difference, Im tempted to get this as a replacement / 2nd monitor as it seems like a good deal.
#22
what does free sync do?
1 Like #23
http://www.144hzmonitors.com/freesync/
maltikism
what does free sync do?
#24
Seems like 300 everywhere. Where you guys find thus sub250?
#25
If your monitor does not have GSync and your GPU is unable to produce 144FPS, you will notice tearing. While the tearing won't be as pronounced on a 144hz monitor as it would be on a 60hz monitor because the image stays on the screen for a shorter amount of time, it will still be there.


noiren
Yes I have an AOC G2460PG 24" 144Hz Gsync monitor which I replaced with two of these running on an Nvidia 1070. Other than the blacklight being a bit more uniform on the AOC I cannot see a single difference other than now I have speakers and plethora of connectors.
I get about 300fps in CS:Go and over 150 in most other games, have yet to see a single tear and quite frankly never saw any of it when games were running below 60 anyway.
As said both GSync and Freesync are only useful if you're playing a low FPS, but then, unless it's 4K, why are you buying an expensive GSync monitor when your graphics card cant push beyond 60fps, seems counter intuitive. Spend the £100+ savings over non-gsync monitors on a better graphics card.
#26
price is now £295...

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!