Acer Predator XB271HUA 27" QHD LED 165Hz Monitor £441.81 @ CCL
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Acer Predator XB271HUA 27" QHD LED 165Hz Monitor £441.81 @ CCL

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Found 20th Jul
Finally dropped under the £450 mark again! Includes free delivery.
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Experience a whole new smooth. NVIDIA G-SYNC eliminates screen tearing and minimizes stuttering for legendary PC gaming. Futuristic aluminium base design with matte finish and ZeroFrame bezels level-up your desk. Aggressive redesign and ergonomic tilt/height adjustment for the ultimate gaming setup. Conquer your enemies with Predator GameView. Shooting aim-points and customizable gaming profiles give you the upper hand. Minimize motion blur and zip through space with 144Hz native refresh rate. Now that's fast.

Main Features
  • Pixel Power
  • New Smooth
  • Infinite Screen
  • NVIDIA G-Sync
  • Natural Targeting
  • Complete Immersion
  • Predator EyeProtect
  • Predator GameView
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Specification:
  • Monitor Size: 27"
  • Panel Technology: TN Film
  • Tearing Prevention Technology: NVIDIA G-SYNC™
  • Screen Format: 16:9
  • Brightness: 350 cd/m² (typ)
  • Contrast Ratio Dynamic: 100.000.000:1
  • Viewing Angle: 170°/160° (CR 10)
  • Response Time: 1 ms GTG
  • Maximum Resolution: 2560x1440 @ 165 Hz Overclocked (Display Port)
  • Recommend Resolution: 2560x1440 @144 Hz
  • Colors: 16.7 M
  • Inputs: DisplayPort, HDMI 1.4
  • Dimensions (WxHxD mm): 614x401-551x268
  • Height adjust, Tilt, Pivot & Swivel
  • VESA: 100x100mm
  • Weight with Stand: (Approximate) 7 kg
  • Warranty: 2 years
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do those red accents come off the base feet? No I dont mean with an angle grinder
If its showing it has a 1ms response time then this is the TN version, not the IPS, therefor not a deal
goodnightalchemy16 m ago

If its showing it has a 1ms response time then this is the TN version, not …If its showing it has a 1ms response time then this is the TN version, not the IPS, therefor not a deal


HUA is the TN. I swear this was in the £300s on prime day. Also I bought this on Amazon at £430 on release, though price went up quite a bit after that for a while.
Edited by: "xenononon" 20th Jul
I'm happy with the TN, the price of the IPS is laughably obscene.
goodnightalchemy3 h, 33 m ago

If its showing it has a 1ms response time then this is the TN version, not …If its showing it has a 1ms response time then this is the TN version, not the IPS, therefor not a deal


Correct the TN panel is the same price at Amazon now.


spaceinvader1 h, 55 m ago

I'm happy with the TN, the price of the IPS is laughably obscene.


The IPS was £439.99 2 days ago.
Edited by: "MrCollective" 20th Jul
MrCollective11 h, 10 m ago

Correct the TN panel is the same price at Amazon now.The IPS was £439.99 2 …Correct the TN panel is the same price at Amazon now.The IPS was £439.99 2 days ago.


And I got one with IPS. This one frim OP was £300 then cold from me. Not a deal.
Think it was £329 on prime day so unfortunately not really a deal
Voted cold on this one. £441 for a 1440p monitor is overpriced even if it's 165hz and g sync
Cold for me too. Picked up the 27" HP Omen, new on ebay for £330. 165hz G-Sync and also TN.

I'd need to change the stand on that.
Edited by: "DarrylJohn" 21st Jul
27", why would you in 2018?.
Dave_Wills9 m ago

27", why would you in 2018?.


Why not?
Dave_Wills28 m ago

27", why would you in 2018?.


Random, why?
As other's have said, the IPS version has been this price on prime day, and £10/£20 more in previous months. If you don't need a monitor right away I'd hold out for that.
Dave_Wills35 m ago

27", why would you in 2018?.


So what would YOU in 2018!?
Just a warning that last time I tried updating windows 10 past build 1703 Gsync refused to work for me and even now when it works I still find it has too much input lag. Judging by nvidia’s passing the buck to ms and the latter preferring freesync it could be dying tech just like physx.
asalhan42 m ago

So what would YOU in 2018!?


I have at present 32'' acer xb321hk, and that looks small after using a large TV. Cant get used to the Bling look of it, the stand is an eyesore. Wouldn't buy another acer.
Dave_Wills3 h, 3 m ago

I have at present 32'' acer xb321hk, and that looks small after using a …I have at present 32'' acer xb321hk, and that looks small after using a large TV. Cant get used to the Bling look of it, the stand is an eyesore. Wouldn't buy another acer.


I have a 43" 4K for PS4,Switch and films wall mounted above 3 27" IPS monitors arm mounted and anything bigger than 27" would be daft. Its what the room is suitable for and requirement.
Dave_Wills10 h, 52 m ago

27", why would you in 2018?.


What a strange thing to say lol.
Got this for 315 on prime day
I hope Amazon will repeat the offer again. I dithered and missed it. Prime day deals may resurface as deals of the day, and guess there's always Black Friday.
Not bad but I'm holding out for a decent price on a 1440p monitor with HDR whenever they are out!
£441 for a monitor and getting voted hot when it has been over £100 cheaper previously?

Nah mate.
powerbrick20th Jul

do those red accents come off the base feet? No I dont mean with an angle …do those red accents come off the base feet? No I dont mean with an angle grinder


No. They aren't that bright though, I've got this monitor and I don't notice the red legs. If that's what stopping you getting the best 2k monitor... I would reconsider!
I got the same monitor, but 24" for 300£, I wouldnt consider this a deal.
£429.99 now, the price for these monitors seems to be falling constantly recently. Possibly due to better specs coming out (ie HDR, 4k-high refresh rate etc) driving the demand down for these despite still being awesome?

This very model was £329.99 on prime day. I understand that's been and went and I wish I had pulled the trigger then but wasn't sure on if I wanted an ultrawide or this, so ended up indecisive! I may hold back until these fall in the £300+ mark which I predict may happen in the remainder of this year, seeing as how I'm kicking myself for missing the prime day opportunity.

Like I said I've noticed a significant drop in price since before the prime day deal and I can only assume it went that low for a reason, eventually the model will be discounted that low again, just a matter of time. Heat for the mean time, however if you can hold back I feel it will drop even lower, very soon.
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