Acer has just launched two high-end Monitors in India – XR382CQK 37.5 inch and Predator CG437K 425 inch. The 37.5-inch model is a QHD one while the 42.5-inch model has 4K resolution. Both these models are now available to pre-order online in India from Amazon.in.
Acer Predator CG437K 42.5 inch 4K UHD Monitor has a similar price tag. It has an MRP price of Rs 99,700 in India and is available to pre-order for Rs 94,999 ( check here )
These products will ship to customers on July 28th.
The 37.5-inch model is an ultra-wide curved monitor with an aspect ratio of 21:9 and offers a 75Hz refresh rate. The 42.5 inch model has a traditional 16:9 aspect ratio and has support for a 144Hz refresh rate. Both these models come with a USB Type-C port for faster data transfer.
The 37.5 inch XR382CQK model supports AMD Free-Sync while the 42.5 inch CG437K is Adaptive-Sync and G-Sync Compatible. The max brightness on the QHD model is 300nits while the 4K model has a much higher 1000nits.
Acer has launched the XR382CQK 37.5 Inch QHD Curved Monitor in India online. It has an MRP price tag of Rs 1,01,199. The current lowest price is Rs 94,499. It is now available to pre-order online on Amazon.in ( check here )
Another high-end Monitor up for Pre-order on Amazon.in is Acer Predator CG437K 42.5 Inch 4K at a price of Rs 94,999 ( check here ).
Acer XR382CQK is a 37.5-inch QHD IPS monitor with a 100% sRGB color gamut. This is a curved monitor and offers an ultra-wide aspect ratio of 21:9. It features 1ms Response Time and has support for AMD FreeSync Technology.
The maximum refresh rate supported is 75hz. Acer has built-in Flicker-less technology and a blue light filter to lessen eye fatigue when using it for long hours. Check out the full specs below.
Size: 37.5 inch
Panel Type: IPS
Resolution: 3840 x 1600(QHD)
Refresh rate: 75Hz
Color gamut: 100% sRGB
View angle: 178° (H) / 178° (V)
Aspect ratio: 21:9
AMD Free-Sync support
Response time: 1 ms MPRT
Power usage: 58W
USB Type-C 3.0 Port: Easily transfer text and data files, photos, and even movies at ten times the speed of USB 2.0.