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Acer America Predator 27 Inches WQHD IPS NVIDIA 2560X1440 2K 144 Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor (Black/Red)

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Refresh Rate 144 Hz
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Screen Size 27 Inches
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27" wide 2560x1440 LED

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Display Resolution Maximum 2560x1440 2560 x 1440 (Quad HD) 2560X1440 pixels 2560x1440 2560 x 1440 pixels 2560 x 1440
Screen Size 27 inches 27 inches 27 inches 27 inches 27 inches 27
Display Technology LCD LCD LED LCD QLED LCD
Item Weight 7.98 kg 6.12 kg 6.46 kg 5.31 kg 7.2 kg 6.05 kg
Model Number XB271HU 27GL850-B.AUS XV272 VG271U LC27G75TQSWXXL Optix MAG274QRF
Response Time 4 milliseconds 1 milliseconds 1 milliseconds 1 milliseconds 1 milliseconds 1 milliseconds

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Reviewed in India on 6 November 2018
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2.0 out of 5 stars Getting a good one is like finding a unicorn. Also if you buy offline, you are screwed.
By K S on 6 November 2018
Let me get the pros out of the way:
1. Colors are nice
2. Gaming is great, except in dark scenes, which I'll explain why
3. Decent interface and build quality
4. Its a way better deal than Asus' equivalent monitor which carries a stupid ROG premium

Now, just so you know this is not just a random rant. Its because I've been patiently waiting for a resolution of my RMA / refund request for more than a month now and haven't seen a reasonable / helpful response from Acer India. The level of apathy to customers is appalling and I wonder if this would fly in a consumer friendly country like US? Anyway, read on.

Solely because I've not had back light bleed issues before, I was brave enough to buy this monitor offline at a store I know. Turns out that that piece had terrible backlight bleed and IPS glow. You may think I am exaggerating, but it was real bad. You can see the images and the video I shot of a couple of monitors side by side.

There is obviously a limitation of the technology , IPS which can actually result is some glow and bleed, but that can't be a sufficient explanation and reason to expect someone who paid 50k to live with it. Its not a bloody arranged marriage - wait, you can even get a divorce if you are in an arranged marriage. Apparently however, Acer India doesn't really care if its customers receive the worst monitor their warehouse even if they report it on the day they receive it.

It took a week for Acer's support team which is outsourced to Reliance ResQ to turn up at my place with a wrong display. Sent them back. Then another two weeks later, they came with two monitors so I could pick one. Mighty decent of them I thought. Then it turns out both are equally bad or worse than the first one. At this point, I really couldn't tell the difference and picked on thinking it might turn out better. Later that night, I realized the one I returned was actually better.

Now, when you have spent 50k on a monitor which costs more than your living room TV, graphics card, heck, even my office laptop, you don't expect to be seeing Daredevil or Jessica Jones floating in grey clouds instead of fighting super villains, albeit not so super. Right? I do, and I don't buy the excuse that customers have to just accept a really cloudy, glowy, bleeding monitor just because Acer can't give you an acceptable replacement or a refund. Consumers are not here to throw their hard earned money into technological black holes. If you can't maintain acceptable quality of a product line plagued by bleed, then remove it. Surprisingly enough, this is what Acer India seems to be doing, by circulating all the rejected, defective monitors as 'replacements' instead of sending them to the trash dump.

So where does this leave someone who actually thought this could be a worthwhile investment for the next 5 years at least? I am still waiting for some kind of assurance from Acer India that they'll refund my money because they are obviously regurgitating rejected monitors to poor customers like me. They've sent me links to articles about IPS technology which I can Google myself as a lame reason to not provide a refund / provide a new unopened monitor.

TLDR - Do not buy this monitor if you can't be sure that you can return it if it turns out really bad like mine, because Acer India is certainly not going to make it easy for you to get out of that costly mistake.
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Reviewed in India on 2 April 2018
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1.0 out of 5 stars Sheep(Acer ET271) in Wolf's Clothing(XB271HU listing)
By Soh on 2 April 2018
**Specific Features of the product -

* The product I got was Acer ET271, while the listing mentions Acer Predator XB271HU(which I thought I was buying)
* This monitor Acer ET271 is Full HD(1920x1080) resolution while XB271HU is WQHD(2560 x 1440)
* The monitor that you get(Acer ET271) has got a PLS panel while the one that you and I want is IPS which is available in XB271HU(which you will not get)
* The monitor that you get here(Acer ET271) has a Refresh rate of 60Hz, while the one you and I are looking for is 144Hz-available in Xb271HU(which you will not get)
* The monitor that you get here(Acer ET271) has only one HDMI and one D-SUB or DVI port. Good for those still living in 2010s. While the one you and I are looking for is Display Port 1.2-available in the XB271HU(which you will not get)
*I can go on about the aesthetics of Acer ET271(which you get here instead of the XB271HU) which are from 10 years ago.

**My Experience with it -
*Well, its nothing short of pathetic and of utter disappointment.
*Imagine you completed your gaming build and are waiting for a gaming monitor like XB271HU (which you think you are ordering here) to complement that rig, and when the box finally arrives with the invoice mentioning XB271HU and gets you excited.
You open the box and find a cheap and underspec monitor Acer ET271 inside, with MRP of Rs.18,500/-only, when you paid close to Rs.60,000 for what you thought you were ordering(XB271HU).
*My build project got delayed by a few weeks now as I am now waiting for a reverse pickup and then, after they receive it in their warehouse in 4-5 days, they refund in a week after receiving it.
*And only then I get my funds to buy a new monitor.

Way to go seller(Gadgets_Guru) and thanks a lot for the headache and mental stress amazon!
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Reviewed in India on 23 December 2018
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Joshua
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible back light bleeding! Returned the next day and currently waiting on refund.
Reviewed in Canada on 11 July 2018
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1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible back light bleeding! Returned the next day and currently waiting on refund.
Reviewed in Canada on 11 July 2018
I understand that the IPS displays have a certain degree of IPS glow and all monitors with these specs are subject to a backlight bleed panel lottery. However, for the amount this monitor costs, these defects are unacceptable. Pictures of a black screen were taken at 50% brightness, 90% and in game, discoloration of dark areas around the edges are a real deal breaker as it is something you can't ignore once you notice it.

Aside from the back light bleeding the display itself was gorgeous, and playing games at 165Hz is something I want to go back to. I may have gotten a bad panel, but if this is the norm then save your money and choose another brand with better QC.
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Devon Chan
5.0 out of 5 stars but my particular panel was beautiful. No dead pixels
Reviewed in Canada on 5 April 2018
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Joshua Yeldose
4.0 out of 5 stars Predator vs Alienware vs Benq Ex3501 R
Reviewed in Canada on 7 March 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars Predator vs Alienware vs Benq Ex3501 R
Reviewed in Canada on 7 March 2021
This is a fantastic monitor as per 2017 standards. In 2021 there are simply better monitors at lower price. I knew it before buying it. This is the third monitor hooked up to my system so comparing with the other one's are easier for me. First one is the Alienware 240 hz refresh rate 25inch Full HD monitor. It is buttery smooth and it is certainly perceivable compared to Predator's 165 hz refresh rate but Predator being 2k, texts are sharper and for anything else than competitive gaming the Acer is the better option. The BenQ is ultrawide 35 inch VA panel and I generally prefer IPS over VA. Even though it is a VA panel it is very vibrant and blacks are inky but the viewing angles are worse compared to the other too. Also the refresh rate tops out at 100 hz. Games like Witcher looks great in UW.
My only problem with the Acer is, it is too bright, even at zero brightness it is retina searing bright. I have to lower the contrast to zero as well to use it in the dark. Not sure if everyone has this problem.

If I could keep only one monitor out of the three, It will be probably the Acer, It is a compromise between the other two. That is only until a 32 inch OLED computer monitor arrives.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Extremely nice display (Updated after 2 years of use)
Reviewed in Canada on 8 June 2020
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Alex Bursey
3.0 out of 5 stars great monitor, but better panels available in 2020 for better value
Reviewed in Canada on 8 May 2020
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