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ACER Nitro XV272P ( IPS Panel, FreeSync, 144Hz, 1ms, HDR 400, ZeroFrame, DP, HDMI, USB Hub, Black ) - £189 @ Currys PC World
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ACER Nitro XV272P ( IPS Panel, FreeSync, 144Hz, 1ms, HDR 400, ZeroFrame, DP, HDMI, USB Hub, Black ) - £189 @ Currys PC World

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019Edited by:"idontflycathay"

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Product features
  • Full HD 1920 x 1080p
  • Refresh rate: 144 Hz
  • Response time: 1 ms
  • Input: HDMI / DisplayPort
  • Built-in speakers

Zero-frame, zero-distraction

Take in the detail of your favourite RPG on the Acer NitroXV272P Full HD 27" IPS LCD Gaming Monitor. Games look fuller and more lifelike with DisplayHDR 400, which provides high contrast and vivid, accurate colour.

And the edge-to-edge display means there are no thick borders to distract you from finishing the quest.

AMD Freesync technology

Don't have your immersion ruined by screen-tearing in the middle of a dramatic cutscene. AMD Freesync technology matches the frame rate of your monitor to your AMD graphics card, ensuring a super smooth, stutter-free performance.

First place? No problem

Play as good as the pros with the fluid 144 Hz refresh rate. If your opponent makes a sudden move - you'll see it as soon as it happens. And you can make the most of your lightning-fast reactions with the 1ms response time.
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7 Comments
Make sure you try 1080p on 27" it can look pretty grainy for some people. Other than that, great specs
1440p and I would buy
StevieW0nder22/11/2019 06:44

1440p and I would buy



LOL wouldn't we all. However I've just FTK'd on the Acer Nitro VG270UPbmiipx , albeit at £279
Eldi22/11/2019 06:09

Make sure you try 1080p on 27" it can look pretty grainy for some people. …Make sure you try 1080p on 27" it can look pretty grainy for some people. Other than that, great specs



Yeah so bad when i tried an Iiyama 27". Although i ended up with 2560x1080 and you still get the big screen feel but without the grainy image
Gah, same specs but 24" is fine for me..
I bought the 24 inch version for £159.99 yesterday which would be better for the resolution but they seemed to have increased it to £185 today. Good thing I got it at the time.
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