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 2018
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 2018
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 2018
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 2018
27", why would you in 2018?.
Somersham21st Jul

27", why would you in 2018?.


Why not?
Somersham21st Jul

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.
Somersham21st Jul

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.
Somersham21st Jul

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.
Somersham21st Jul

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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