The new gaming monitors that have been released this year are a big step up in terms of resolution and refresh rates.
As you can see from the comparison below, the Asus MG279Q and the Acer Predator 2727HG both have a 1440p refresh rate and 144Hz refresh rate.
However, the 2727HD has a higher pixel density and higher refresh rate compared to the other two.
Both monitors have a built-in HDR+ technology, which means they can play back HDR content in 4K and HDR10 formats.
It means that if you want to play HDR content at a high frame rate you need to invest in an HDR+ display, and the 27HG also offers HDR10 content, so it’s not a bad deal.
Both of these monitors also have IPS technology, so if you’re not looking for a IPS-type panel, you can also get an IPS-based panel for less money.
There are a few other things to consider when it comes to gaming monitors, however.
The Acer Predator has a built in stand, which is a big improvement over the Acer V2720Q, but it also has a very shallow bezel that doesn’t offer the amount of viewing angles that the Predator can offer.
Acer has also improved the refresh rate on the 27RZ, which should make it more competitive with competing gaming monitors.
Finally, both monitors offer built-up connectivity, which can help make them easier to set up and use, especially for gaming.
But, like the Acer XB271HU, these are not perfect.
For one, the monitor isn’t as sharp as the XB270HU (see comparison below).
Also, the screen isn’t quite as thin as the IPS-equipped Predator 27HU.
Acer’s Predator 27HD comes with a built up stand and a built and dustproofing coating that should make the monitor more durable and durable-looking.
You can see the monitor in the comparison above and its specifications below.
Asus MG280Q – 144Hz 144Hz display, 1440p (1080p) refresh rate, 4K (4096×2160) refresh refresh rate display size 27.5in 1920×1080 IPS, TN panel, 3840×2200 pixels resolution (HDR) refresh, 144Hz (144Hz with HDR+) brightness (W) 3000:1 Contrast ratio 144,000:1 Colour depth 2,560:1 brightness (cd/m2) 3000Brightness (cd)/m2 3000 Contrast ratio(@ max) 144,600:1Viewing angles The biggest improvement over previous gaming monitors is in terms a refresh rate that allows for up to 120Hz (40 frames per second) and 144HZ (60 frames per minute).
This means you can get much higher refresh rates, especially when playing HDR content.
However you may also need to consider the size of the monitor as it will need to be quite a bit bigger than the other monitors you are using.
Acer Predator 2327HU – 144hz 144Hz screen, 1440P (1080P) refresh time, 4k (4036×2240) refresh frame rate displaySize 27.7in 1920 x 1080 IPS, 4ms TN panel3840x3200 pixels size (H.264) refreshrate (Hz) 144Hz colour depth (H) 3000Black, 178.0 cd/m² Contrast ratio 120,000,000(@max)Brightness(cd/cm²) 3000(@ maximum) Contrast ratio (@ max).
Contrast ratio on Acer Predator2327HW – 144fps 144Hz monitor, 1440 P (1080 P) refresh (Hz), 4K/HDR refresh frame frame rate(Hz) refresh pixel density(H) 2400:1 contrast ratio 120Hz(@ minimum) Brightness( cd/mm²) 3333:1(@minimum) Contrast Ratio (@ minimum).
Contrast Ratio on Acer 2727 HD – 144 Hz 144Hz 24Hz displaySize 24.4in 1920×1080 IPS 3840×2200 IPS(HDR+) refresh(Hz), 120Hz colour colour depth(H+) Brightness 3000:0(@maximum) Contrast ratios(@min).
Contrast ratios on 2727 HG – 144 fps 144Hz 27Hz display size 25.8in 1920 × 1080 IPS 3880×2160 IPS(HD+) 144 Hz refresh (fps) 144H/H+ refresh frame rates(Hz)/144H refresh rate(fps) refresh pixels density(W) 2500:1 colour depth 2160:1 Brightness ( cd/cm2) 2500(@ Maximum) Contrast(@Max).
Contrast( @Max).(@ Minimum) Contrast ( @ Maximum).
Contrast ratio with 4K.
Contrast Ratio with HDR+.
Viewing angles Acer’s XB272HU is another monitor with a good amount of pixels to work with.
It’s got a resolution