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Acer Nitro XV282K 28 Inch 144Hz UHD Gaming Monitor HDMI 2.1 - £399.99 + Free Collection @ Argos

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Cheeky little price drop on this to £399
I posted it last week @ £499


  • 28in LED display.
  • Resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels.
  • 144Hz refresh rate.
  • 1 ms response time.
  • Brightness 400cd/m2.
  • Built-in speakers.
  • Suitable for wall mounting.
  • VESA mount 100 x 100mm.
Interfaces and connectivity:

  • Audio in, 2 HDMI ports, 3 DisplayPorts, 1 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0, .
  • Digital input.
General Information:

  • Tiltable screen.
  • Power saving facility.
  • Size H48.26, W63.6, D26.9cm.
  • Weight 7.1kg.
  • Energy efficiency class: G.
  • Energy Consumption per 1000h: 32kWh.
  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
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    Picked this up a few months back for £344 when it was on offer via ebuyer. Have been using since that time with my PS5. It does output 4K @ 120hz.

    Also use it for my Mac and work Windows laptop via the USB connection. Which provides display, port connectivity and power.

    I went from a 55” HDMI 2.1 OLED to this, and must say it makes a big difference for gaming moving to a gaming monitor.
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    Just for anyone wanting to know this ticks a few boxes

    XBOX

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    PS5
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    This is really great value. Bought, thankyou op.

    I was considering three diffrent high refresh rate 4k monitors recently.

    The Gigabyte M28U that was posted on here which is still available for £450 ish from overclockers. The LG 27 one which is a lot brighter than the Gigabyte one but is too small and more expensive again. Also the Samsung Neo G7 which is 32 and curved. Even though a friend abroad bought one for 680 they are a whopping £1100 plus here, also 32 is too big for pc gaming, been there. Furthermore I wasn't too keen on the curve.

    So all in all I think this represents great value as it was £300 more than the Gigabyte at one point and is the better choice according to the reviewer below, HEAT (edited)
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    Will this run 4k at 120hz for a series x?
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    How does this compare in terms of ‘quality’ of specs when compared to the Gigabyte M32UC? Would appreciate any opinions on it
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    Just to report back I just picked this up today. It is looks identical in size to my acer 27 1440p beside it. The difference in graphical details in mw2 for example are super are detailed compared with 1440p upscaled. 4k youtube looks the same however and for some reason I can not get amazon uhd to work yet ( if anyone has any ideas re that I would appreciate it) Games however look super crisp and cleaner and detail is on another level. (edited)
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    I'm excited for this now, how are the viewing angles? And is it awkward to adjust/swivel or reposition?
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    I have this, bought it from currys a few months ago at the same price aside from the kinda bad light bleeding at the corners (only when fully black) on my unit it’s a really decent monitor.

    Have it running my MBP 14 M1 via the usb c cable (colour calibration is spot on) included at 144hz at 4K, the Xbox series s at 1440p 120hz with the included hdmi and my pc at 4K 144hz with a spare hdmi spare can’t complain.

    Worth it for the money, would need to spend a lot more for something better with the same hz/ports etc. (edited)
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    I have the 1440 version and it suffers from light bleed in the 2 bottom corners. Must be an Acer thing
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    It says 4K at 144hz so will do
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    £400 for a monitor with 4K 144hz resolution, HDMI 2.1. AND full USB type c is a bargain and a half. Just a shame it’s butt ugly! The HP omen 27u looks much nicer but doesn’t have charge or display on its type c connection and is £200 more. Phillips equivelant is £700. LG ultra gear doesn’t have type C. Gigabyte M28u is closest match at £450, but has slightly better colour accuracy.

    Heat added for me. (edited)
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    Vesa mount it then!
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    I'm rly confused about DP alt mode via usb-C:

    Does that mean I plug the supplied usb-c to usb-c cable from the monitor to my laptop (which supports it) and it will charge the laptop and also display a 4k 144Hz image?
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    That's how I understand it, yeah
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    Seems a great deal. I am going to start using my tv again for my Xbox. That does 4k at 60hz and it's lot bigger, yet cheaper than this
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    I've used TV for the last day or two due to my current monitor being broke, can't wait to go back to my monitor can't focus with a TV anymore
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    Does it really have HDMI 2.1 ports?
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    From the Acer website

    [NEW 4K GAMING MONITOR WITH HDMI 2.1] Nitro XV282K KV 28-Inch 4K UHD E2E (IPS)

    Ref. UM.PX2SG.V01
    • 28-Inch 4K UHD E2E (IPS)
    • LATEST HDMI 2.1 Connectivity
    • 144Hz Refresh Rate
    • Response Time: 1ms (G To G)
    • 2xHDMI 2.1, DP 1.4, Type-C(PD 65W) , 4xUSB 3.0, Audio out
    • Acer Vision Care 3.0
    • 3 Years On-Site Local Singapore Warranty
    (edited)
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    The hdmi port is limited to 24gbps which is fine for most things besides the ps5 as it doesn't support dsc.
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    So is it still capable of 120hz 4k?
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    overshoot? no idea why this is a good gaming monitor then
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    What panel type is it va ips
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    Ips
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    What pannel is this tho ips va ?
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    ips
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