Acer Has a Massive 38-Inch Ultrawide Curved Monitor That’s Gone on Sale
Acer has announced a massive 38-inch ultrawide curved monitor with a ‘ultra-confusing’ model name that goes by XR382CQK. The larger size will definitely help content creators and creative professionals and its other long list of features are quite impressive as well. However, is the price justified? Looks like you will find out.
The 38-Inch Acer Behemoth Provides Several USB Ports and Provides Support for AMD’s FreeSync Technology
Though the resolution of the ultrawide curved monitor does not touch the 4K mark, the 3440 by 1440 pixels is still a very decent number of pixels that you will be able to view on a display of this size. With a response time of 5ms, it is quick and also provides support for the following ports:
- DisplayPort 1.2a (This port provides support for AMD FreeSync technology)
- HDMI 2.0
The XR382CQK also features active blue-light reduction technology, a non-PWM method of controlling brightness and which improves contrast as a result. Other specifications include 4 fully functional USB 3.0 ports and a single Type-C USB port. With so much it can offer to the crowd that will actually find use for such a large monitor, what do you think is going to be the price tag?
The Acer 38-inch monitor will set you back by $1,299, which we feel has been priced at this point possibly because of its sheer size. There are consumers who do not have a space large enough to accommodate a 38-inch monitor so if your dream display has been this all along, make sure you have ample room on your desk.
Some notable features of the Acer XR382CQK 38-inch Ultrawide Curved Monitor have been listed below:
High QHD (3440x1600) resolution delivers stunningly clear images
AMD FreeSync renders smooth, stutter-free gameplay
Ergonomic stand promotes optimum comfort with adjustable tilt, swivel, and height
ZeroFrame design affords maximum viewing area and near seamless multi-monitor setups
Dynamic sound effects thanks to DTS Sound and two 7W speakers
Excellent multitasking capabilities via picture-by-picture, picture-in-picture and daisy chaining
What are your thoughts on the latest display? Let us know down in the comments.