Acer has today announced a brand new curved monitor this week, similar to the Acer XR341CKA that was unveiled back in April featuring Nvidia G-Sync, the new Acer XR341CK monitor has decent specs, but without the price tag and unfortunately without the G-Sync technology.

It does however have AMD’s FreeSync technology inside, with a 3,440 x 1,440 pixel resolution, an adjustable aluminium stand and Acer EyeProtect software.

On top of that it has picture-by-picture functionality with 100 per cent sRGB colour accuracy a pair of 7 W speakers, a DTS audio system and ports for USB 3.0, HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort and mini DP.

Acer explains more:

By wrapping around the gamer’s field of view, the curved 21:9 panel draws gamers deeper into the action for a more fully immersive experience. The wide field of view increases the perceived area of peripheral vision compared to a flat display of the same size.

The sleek 34-inch curved zero frame design lets gamers absorb visuals comfortably without blind spots. It also provides maximum viewing area and is perfect for multi-monitor setups and daisy chaining for an even broader view.

Thanks to an ultra-high QHD ([email protected]) resolution, pictures are amazingly sharp and realistic. FreeSync, AMD’s version of Adaptive Sync technology, allows the GPU to control the display’s refresh rate to eliminate tearing and stuttering, and reduce mouse latency, which enables smooth gameplay at virtually any framerate.

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