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Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)

Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)

Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
Acer Predator XB272 bmiprz 27" Full HD (1920x1080) NVIDIA G-SYNC TN Monitor, (Display Port & HDMI Port, 240Hz)
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Features

  • 27" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen with NVIDIA G SYNC Technology
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz Using Display Port
  • Response Time: 1ms, Pixel Pitch: 0.3113mm
  • 2 x 2W speakers
  • Signal inputs: 1 x HDMI (V1.4) & 1 x Display port (V1.2)
  • Mounting type: VESA Mount Standard 100 x 100

Description

Fasten your seatbelt: Acer Predator XB272 full HD display is about to turbocharge your gaming experience. This monitor combines jaw dropping specs, TN panel that supports 240Hz refresh rate, delivering an amazing gaming experience. Also, featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to eliminate screen tearing which provide gamers the epic gaming experience and help to secure the victory. Plus, built-in eye protection and ergonomics allow you to press forward into battle without fatigue.


Screen Size 27 Inches


Screen Resolution 1920x1080


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels


Brand Name Acer


Item model number XB272 bmiprz


Item Weight 16.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.2 x 10.6 x 20.6 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 24.2 x 10.6 x 20.6 inches


Color Black


ASIN B071D6NGMH


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 315 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #53,940 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,228 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 6, 2017


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Features

  • 27" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen with NVIDIA G SYNC Technology
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz Using Display Port
  • Response Time: 1ms, Pixel Pitch: 0.3113mm
  • 2 x 2W speakers
  • Signal inputs: 1 x HDMI (V1.4) & 1 x Display port (V1.2)
  • Mounting type: VESA Mount Standard 100 x 100

Description

Fasten your seatbelt: Acer Predator XB272 full HD display is about to turbocharge your gaming experience. This monitor combines jaw dropping specs, TN panel that supports 240Hz refresh rate, delivering an amazing gaming experience. Also, featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to eliminate screen tearing which provide gamers the epic gaming experience and help to secure the victory. Plus, built-in eye protection and ergonomics allow you to press forward into battle without fatigue.


Screen Size 27 Inches


Screen Resolution 1920x1080


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels


Brand Name Acer


Item model number XB272 bmiprz


Item Weight 16.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.2 x 10.6 x 20.6 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 24.2 x 10.6 x 20.6 inches


Color Black


ASIN B071D6NGMH


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 315 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #53,940 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,228 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 6, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 27" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen with NVIDIA G SYNC Technology
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz Using Display Port
  • Response Time: 1ms, Pixel Pitch: 0.3113mm
  • 2 x 2W speakers
  • Signal inputs: 1 x HDMI (V1.4) & 1 x Display port (V1.2)
  • Mounting type: VESA Mount Standard 100 x 100

Description

Fasten your seatbelt: Acer Predator XB272 full HD display is about to turbocharge your gaming experience. This monitor combines jaw dropping specs, TN panel that supports 240Hz refresh rate, delivering an amazing gaming experience. Also, featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to eliminate screen tearing which provide gamers the epic gaming experience and help to secure the victory. Plus, built-in eye protection and ergonomics allow you to press forward into battle without fatigue.


Screen Size 27 Inches


Screen Resolution 1920x1080


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels


Brand Name Acer


Item model number XB272 bmiprz


Item Weight 16.5 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.2 x 10.6 x 20.6 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 24.2 x 10.6 x 20.6 inches


Color Black


ASIN B071D6NGMH


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 315 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #53,940 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,228 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 6, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews This is a great monitor at a great price. Ok now that i have got that out of the way do your research into what g-sync really is. When I ordered this monitor I was under the impression that this monitor would fix all my screen tearing issues and latency issues. It did kind of. G-Sync settings can be quite a pain to get configured correctly and you may thing you are using G-Sync when you are really not. How to use: 1. In every game you need to set the max frame rate to the max refresh rate of your monitor minus 1 or 2. (ex. 60hz -1 = 59 max fps in game). This will ensure that your game never exceeds the max refresh rate of your monitor, if it does NVIDIA control panel ((V-Sync)) will be enabled which greatly increases lag. 2. Turn off ((V-Sync)) in game. You do not need in game ((V-Sync)) enabled when you have G-Sync enabled. Leave it enabled in the Nvidia control panel! Dont ask why this is a thing, just do as I say. 3. You must use display-port. G-Sync only works on display-port there is no way around it. Also if the included cable is not long enough you must order a high quality display port cable of a longer length. Do NOT cheap out!!! Spend like 15-25 dollars on a nice longer one. 4. Make sure G-Sync is enabled in the Nvidia control panel. You can test to see if it's working with their pendulum test program you can download for free from the Nvidia website. 5. There is no G-Sync light on this monitor. (Just a heads up for noobs like my self) Thats it. I wish I would have known this when I bought this monitor and I hope I helped at least one person out.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great monitor but read this before you buy!;;Ben;;;I should of listened to the reviews. I'm not sure what's wrong with this screen. It looks like there is a smudge on the entire screen which cannot be wiped off. I've actually tried my best to wipe it down too, didn't fix anything. It's significantly worse than the S2417DG which I tried to replace, being that the previous monitor came with dead and stuck pixels twice. Also this monitor isn't that different, it also came with a stuck pixel. I'm about to just stick with my old monitor that I've been using for almost a decade now. I'm not sure what's going on with monitors, never had so many problems before. No customers that forks over $400+ should have a brand new monitor with a dead or stuck pixel. I get it, there are more pixels and they're getting tiny, but there is no excuse for this. I rather spend another $100 to make sure my monitor will arrive without defects. I advise everyone to do a color test on their monitors before they keep it and if it has a problem, send it back. Hopefully if we do it enough times, Amazon would stop supporting sellers with defective products. I feel terrible that this is costing Amazon money.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Screen Looks Awful;;Bartosz Skora;;;Works very well, thanx! 8/8/2017: When I first received this product it worked great. Since JUN 27TH, 7:21PM after owning the product I have had an issue with the aspect ratio. The screen pixels will not line up, half of them will be raised and the other half lowered. Also about a 4mm with the strip is removed from the center of the screen vertically and is generated on the far right side of the screen vertically. No matter how many times I restart the screen this will not go away. The only solution I have found is to change the Aspect Ration from either 1:1 to Aspect or Aspect to 1:1 the opposite setting. Normally I would not care about a simple issue like this however, it seems to be happening more frequently(at least once every three days).;;Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Aspect Ratio Problems.;;LC;;;I think this is the best competitive first person shooter monitor available to date. Perhaps next year we get 240hz at 2560x1440 along with Nvidia's Volta graphics cards but until then this is it. I tried the Asus PG258Q but it was a downgrade from the Asus PG278QR, which is 165hz at 2560x1440 and 27 inches. Despite the 240hz refresh rate of the 258 I couldn't see very well on it and my performance suffered greatly. I was pleasantly surprised by this Acer monitor in contrast. It isn't only bigger, its picture quality, for whatever reason, seems superior to me too. So it came down to the refresh rate as I didn't find myself significantly disadvantaged by the overall quality of what I was seeing. 240hz from 165hz probably isn't as big of a jump in effect as 144hz from 60hz but the difference is there. I don't have the precise terms to describe it but if you thought 144hz is the human limit for perceiving smooth motion you're simply mistaken. It's one thing to not want to spend the money for a monitor like this, it's something else to incorrectly claim there is virtually no difference. If you have a serious mindset for competitive first person shooters I don't think you'll regret buying this monitor. In the future I'm inclined to stick with Acer as well. G-sync is too important for multiple reasons to favor BenQ (by capping your frame rate at 237 you can play any game more or less free of tearing and with seemingly negligible to no extra input lag), which like Asus doesn't have a 27-inch version of 240hz. This is the one 240hz monitor at a good size for me, with a good picture, G-sync, and without an obnoxious Republic of Gamers tax with anything but a justification for it. Well done. By the way, the regular price is $680. Don't buy over it.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Better than the Competition;;blank

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ben - Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2019
Great monitor but read this before you buy!
This is a great monitor at a great price. Ok now that i have got that out of the way do your research into what g-sync really is. When I ordered this monitor I was under the impression that this monitor would fix all my screen tearing issues and latency issues. It did kind of. G-Sync settings can be quite a pain to get configured correctly and you may thing you are using G-Sync when you are really not. How to use: 1. In every game you need to set the max frame rate to the max refresh rate of your monitor minus 1 or 2. (ex. 60hz -1 = 59 max fps in game). This will ensure that your game never exceeds the max refresh rate of your monitor, if it does NVIDIA control panel ((V-Sync)) will be enabled which greatly increases lag. 2. Turn off ((V-Sync)) in game. You do not need in game ((V-Sync)) enabled when you have G-Sync enabled. Leave it enabled in the Nvidia control panel! Dont ask why this is a thing, just do as I say. 3. You must use display-port. G-Sync only works on display-port there is no way around it. Also if the included cable is not long enough you must order a high quality display port cable of a longer length. Do NOT cheap out!!! Spend like 15-25 dollars on a nice longer one. 4. Make sure G-Sync is enabled in the Nvidia control panel. You can test to see if it's working with their pendulum test program you can download for free from the Nvidia website. 5. There is no G-Sync light on this monitor. (Just a heads up for noobs like my self) Thats it. I wish I would have known this when I bought this monitor and I hope I helped at least one person out.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Bartosz Skora - Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2018
Screen Looks Awful
I should of listened to the reviews. I'm not sure what's wrong with this screen. It looks like there is a smudge on the entire screen which cannot be wiped off. I've actually tried my best to wipe it down too, didn't fix anything. It's significantly worse than the S2417DG which I tried to replace, being that the previous monitor came with dead and stuck pixels twice. Also this monitor isn't that different, it also came with a stuck pixel. I'm about to just stick with my old monitor that I've been using for almost a decade now. I'm not sure what's going on with monitors, never had so many problems before. No customers that forks over $400+ should have a brand new monitor with a dead or stuck pixel. I get it, there are more pixels and they're getting tiny, but there is no excuse for this. I rather spend another $100 to make sure my monitor will arrive without defects. I advise everyone to do a color test on their monitors before they keep it and if it has a problem, send it back. Hopefully if we do it enough times, Amazon would stop supporting sellers with defective products. I feel terrible that this is costing Amazon money.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By LC - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2017
Aspect Ratio Problems.
Works very well, thanx! 8/8/2017: When I first received this product it worked great. Since JUN 27TH, 7:21PM after owning the product I have had an issue with the aspect ratio. The screen pixels will not line up, half of them will be raised and the other half lowered. Also about a 4mm with the strip is removed from the center of the screen vertically and is generated on the far right side of the screen vertically. No matter how many times I restart the screen this will not go away. The only solution I have found is to change the Aspect Ration from either 1:1 to Aspect or Aspect to 1:1 the opposite setting. Normally I would not care about a simple issue like this however, it seems to be happening more frequently(at least once every three days).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By blank - Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2017
Better than the Competition
I think this is the best competitive first person shooter monitor available to date. Perhaps next year we get 240hz at 2560x1440 along with Nvidia's Volta graphics cards but until then this is it. I tried the Asus PG258Q but it was a downgrade from the Asus PG278QR, which is 165hz at 2560x1440 and 27 inches. Despite the 240hz refresh rate of the 258 I couldn't see very well on it and my performance suffered greatly. I was pleasantly surprised by this Acer monitor in contrast. It isn't only bigger, its picture quality, for whatever reason, seems superior to me too. So it came down to the refresh rate as I didn't find myself significantly disadvantaged by the overall quality of what I was seeing. 240hz from 165hz probably isn't as big of a jump in effect as 144hz from 60hz but the difference is there. I don't have the precise terms to describe it but if you thought 144hz is the human limit for perceiving smooth motion you're simply mistaken. It's one thing to not want to spend the money for a monitor like this, it's something else to incorrectly claim there is virtually no difference. If you have a serious mindset for competitive first person shooters I don't think you'll regret buying this monitor. In the future I'm inclined to stick with Acer as well. G-sync is too important for multiple reasons to favor BenQ (by capping your frame rate at 237 you can play any game more or less free of tearing and with seemingly negligible to no extra input lag), which like Asus doesn't have a 27-inch version of 240hz. This is the one 240hz monitor at a good size for me, with a good picture, G-sync, and without an obnoxious Republic of Gamers tax with anything but a justification for it. Well done. By the way, the regular price is $680. Don't buy over it.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ben - Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2019
Great monitor but read this before you buy!
This is a great monitor at a great price. Ok now that i have got that out of the way do your research into what g-sync really is. When I ordered this monitor I was under the impression that this monitor would fix all my screen tearing issues and latency issues. It did kind of. G-Sync settings can be quite a pain to get configured correctly and you may thing you are using G-Sync when you are really not. How to use: 1. In every game you need to set the max frame rate to the max refresh rate of your monitor minus 1 or 2. (ex. 60hz -1 = 59 max fps in game). This will ensure that your game never exceeds the max refresh rate of your monitor, if it does NVIDIA control panel ((V-Sync)) will be enabled which greatly increases lag. 2. Turn off ((V-Sync)) in game. You do not need in game ((V-Sync)) enabled when you have G-Sync enabled. Leave it enabled in the Nvidia control panel! Dont ask why this is a thing, just do as I say. 3. You must use display-port. G-Sync only works on display-port there is no way around it. Also if the included cable is not long enough you must order a high quality display port cable of a longer length. Do NOT cheap out!!! Spend like 15-25 dollars on a nice longer one. 4. Make sure G-Sync is enabled in the Nvidia control panel. You can test to see if it's working with their pendulum test program you can download for free from the Nvidia website. 5. There is no G-Sync light on this monitor. (Just a heads up for noobs like my self) Thats it. I wish I would have known this when I bought this monitor and I hope I helped at least one person out.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Bartosz Skora - Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2018
Screen Looks Awful
I should of listened to the reviews. I'm not sure what's wrong with this screen. It looks like there is a smudge on the entire screen which cannot be wiped off. I've actually tried my best to wipe it down too, didn't fix anything. It's significantly worse than the S2417DG which I tried to replace, being that the previous monitor came with dead and stuck pixels twice. Also this monitor isn't that different, it also came with a stuck pixel. I'm about to just stick with my old monitor that I've been using for almost a decade now. I'm not sure what's going on with monitors, never had so many problems before. No customers that forks over $400+ should have a brand new monitor with a dead or stuck pixel. I get it, there are more pixels and they're getting tiny, but there is no excuse for this. I rather spend another $100 to make sure my monitor will arrive without defects. I advise everyone to do a color test on their monitors before they keep it and if it has a problem, send it back. Hopefully if we do it enough times, Amazon would stop supporting sellers with defective products. I feel terrible that this is costing Amazon money.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By LC - Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2017
Aspect Ratio Problems.
Works very well, thanx! 8/8/2017: When I first received this product it worked great. Since JUN 27TH, 7:21PM after owning the product I have had an issue with the aspect ratio. The screen pixels will not line up, half of them will be raised and the other half lowered. Also about a 4mm with the strip is removed from the center of the screen vertically and is generated on the far right side of the screen vertically. No matter how many times I restart the screen this will not go away. The only solution I have found is to change the Aspect Ration from either 1:1 to Aspect or Aspect to 1:1 the opposite setting. Normally I would not care about a simple issue like this however, it seems to be happening more frequently(at least once every three days).

5.0 out of 5 stars
By blank - Reviewed in the United States on May 28, 2017
Better than the Competition
I think this is the best competitive first person shooter monitor available to date. Perhaps next year we get 240hz at 2560x1440 along with Nvidia's Volta graphics cards but until then this is it. I tried the Asus PG258Q but it was a downgrade from the Asus PG278QR, which is 165hz at 2560x1440 and 27 inches. Despite the 240hz refresh rate of the 258 I couldn't see very well on it and my performance suffered greatly. I was pleasantly surprised by this Acer monitor in contrast. It isn't only bigger, its picture quality, for whatever reason, seems superior to me too. So it came down to the refresh rate as I didn't find myself significantly disadvantaged by the overall quality of what I was seeing. 240hz from 165hz probably isn't as big of a jump in effect as 144hz from 60hz but the difference is there. I don't have the precise terms to describe it but if you thought 144hz is the human limit for perceiving smooth motion you're simply mistaken. It's one thing to not want to spend the money for a monitor like this, it's something else to incorrectly claim there is virtually no difference. If you have a serious mindset for competitive first person shooters I don't think you'll regret buying this monitor. In the future I'm inclined to stick with Acer as well. G-sync is too important for multiple reasons to favor BenQ (by capping your frame rate at 237 you can play any game more or less free of tearing and with seemingly negligible to no extra input lag), which like Asus doesn't have a 27-inch version of 240hz. This is the one 240hz monitor at a good size for me, with a good picture, G-sync, and without an obnoxious Republic of Gamers tax with anything but a justification for it. Well done. By the way, the regular price is $680. Don't buy over it.