With technology support FreeSync, A generous curve and a huge diagonal size of 37.5-inch, the XR382CQK may be the most obvious and successful replacement for the multi-screen Eyefinity
Similar to screens of Smartphones And for TV panels, it seems that even in the world of home computer screens the dimensions continue to grow non-stop - and today even 32 inches for a screen that is only tens of centimeters from the user's eyes no longer sounds like something crazy or even unusual, and this trend does not exactly show signs of stopping.
Another example of a race for larger and larger screens is coming to us right now from Acer, which adopts the ultra- LG To create the XR382CQK, its largest screen so far.
The new model offers diagonal dimensions of no less than 37.5 inches, with a panel IPS With a curvature of 2400R (a circle with a radius of 2400 millimeters), together with a height of 2.41: 1 and a resolution of 3,840 × 1,600 pixels, an average brightness of 300 nits, a static contrast ratio of 1,000: 1, coverage of 100 percent of all sRGB colors And support for 8Bit FRC mode for an effective 10-bit display, or 1.07 billion different tones.
The advanced screen includes support for FreeSync technology AMD And VESA, with a relatively low refresh rate of 75 Hz (or up to 75 frames per second, which is probably a good enough target for such a high resolution), a pair speakers Built-in 7 watt each, wide viewing angles to the technologyIPS With 178 degrees in the horizontal axis and 178 degrees in the vertical axis - as well as response times of 5 milliseconds in the transition of pixels from gray to gray, or 14 milliseconds in the transition from white to black.
These features make the XR382CQK a screen that is definitely suitable for gaming, with its considerable curvature, combined with the aspect ratio, making it a fairly effective replacement for multi-screen arrays - minus the sucking black parts that mark the separation areas from one screen to another of course.
The new model includes a hub with four 3.0 Type A USB connections, one HDMI 2.0 connection supporting 4k, One full-size DisplayPort 1.2 that also supports Ultra HD, one Mini DisplayPort 1.2 connection, MHL for devices Mobile And even one USB Type-C connection to connect signals Video And energy supply.
Unfortunately, all of this unusual technical capability also comes at an unusually compatible price - about $ 1,300 in the United States (!), Making it a product that is only suitable for gamers who dream of building the ultimate gaming machine and possess the significant means required to do so. The rest of us will only be able to dream that increasing this little competition in the world of giant screens could one day allow us all to enjoy such an ultra-wide display, at real popular cost. What do you think of this piece? Let's tell everyone in the comments.