The flagship products of Acer And Asus in the world of desktop screens will be delayed when they arrive
In the middle of the year, at the Computex show, we got to know a pair of advanced and highly promising means of display: the Acer's Predator X27 and the Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ, which promised to be the first in the market to provide 4K resolution with high refresh rates of up to 144 / 144 frames per second) and support for HDR display and G-Sync technology NVIDIA.
The launch of these products was due months after the original release date, but it doesn't seem to be happening - both companies have confirmed that their screens will only be launched early next year unfortunately, which makes us believe that the delay is coming from display panel manufacturer AU Optronics.
The Predator X27 was one of the highlights of the company Acer All in Computex 2017
The panels of the two units are designed to be based on the AH-VA technology and to boast the illumination of a back panel with 384 various control points throughout the product's surface, which will enable the clarity and increased contrast ratios that will enable presentation of content in the standard HDR - Although all this technology together seems to be in one place is not something that is simply mass-produced, and therefore an extra period of time is needed to improve capabilities and productivity.
The rejection will disappoint anyone hoping to experience the highest quality gaming imaginable in the near future, but probably also has relative advantages - because it will give the processing world a chance to "prepare" for the arrival of screens with a new generation of hardware that could be a little closer to the mighty capability Required to run modern titles at UHD resolution and at a fixed average rate that is 2.5 times higher than 60 frames per second (which is considered the main target under this resolution today). It will also give some more time to store the money needed to purchase - because we have no doubt that these works from home Acer And Assos would not be cheap at all.
What can be the next top goal of the gaming world after the 4K / 144Hz era arrives? Will we see a jump to higher resolutions, more growth in display rate, or something completely different? You are invited to tell us what you think.