27" 4K monitors are all the rage these days, but it's rare to see a less-dense 30" or 32" 4K display. Acer's 32" Predator XB321HK could be just the thing for people who don't want to deal with the itty-bitty pixels of 27" 4K panels. Not only is the XB321HK a big 4K display, its IPS panel is driven by Nvidia's G-Sync variable-refresh-rate technology.
Acer says that panel can display 1.07 billion colors. It's also specified for a 4ms response time, a maximum brightness of 350 cd/m2, and a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz. The XB321HK is available now on Newegg for $1300.
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