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June 15, 2016

XR341CK bmijpphz Curved 34-inch UltraWide QHD (3440 x 1440) Display with 21:9 Aspect Ratio


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Acer XR341CK bmijpphz Curved features:

  • The Acer XR 34″ Curved IPS Display with Ultra Wide QHD (3440 x 1440) resolution offers the sharpest picture quality and provides a perfect picture with a broader view. The Ultra Wide 21:9 aspect ratio presents a more immersive experience with a wider field of view which brings a better movie and game experience compared to a flat display of the same size. The Acer XR Series monitor provides different ambient lighting effects that can be adjusted in the settings. Two built-in 7W DTS Sound speakers bring world-class sound to your games and movies. Signal Inputs: 1 x Display Port, 1 x Mini Display Port, 1 x Display Port Out, 1 x HDMI 2.0 & 1 x MHL
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Warranty: standard manufacturer’s warranty
S&H: Free shipping if ordered online
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General Acer XR341CK bmijpphz description
Introducing the Acer XR series display with a 34-inch curved IPS panel and 21:9 super large QHD resolution making your games, work and movies look as epic as possible. Special features like 100% sRGB, 6-axis color modification and DTS Sound give you the perfect picture and entertaining experience while Picture-in-picture and daisy chaining many monitors together take your productivity to a new level. (UM. CX1AA. 001).

Recent reviews:

It is a great monitor Everything looks amazing, particularly games that support 21:9 (few that do). I really love this monitor but there’s one big issue that will most likely because me to return it. The backlight bleed on this monitor is awful it’s particularly bad because most movies or games will have black bars on the sides and the backlight bleed is diverting. It could be such a great monitor if not for the backlight bleed (or at least if it was a more minor issue). If it was cheaper I’d most likely just keep it but at over $1000 there is no way in hell I am keeping a monitor with so much backlight bleed. Edit: I sent back the 1st one and got a substitute. Less backlight bleed but still pretty bad, also the monitor is a bit wobbly this time. I do not know if I am just unlucky or if this monitor will just generally have the issue. It sucks because I really want to like this monitor but it is really making me debate if I should just refund it or not. I will most likely attempt to replace it another time and it it still has bad bleed issues then I will just get a refund and wait for another company to release a alike product.



Wow Just flat out – WOW Ok, lets get to the real review. I have now been using this monitor for about 2 weeks, it is used for both work and gaming. My last setup was 3 monitors: 2 x 25″ and 1 21″. I now use this one plus one of the 25″. I am also one of those people who small things drive them crazy (ie: one dead pixel in the corner of the screen will make me send the whole thing back – do not worry, it did not have any dead pixels :P), one of my biggest concerns was lightbleed – read on. Pros:- 3440×1440 is just amazing, the desktop real estate is priceless, those who work with many monitors will understand. For work: the capability to split the screen in 2 is great, it is pretty much having to monitors side by side, not too more to add there. For games: my major game is WoW, and while my UI is pretty clear, i generally wished i had extra space so i can keep that “one addon” open all the time. – The curve: when I 1st unpacked it, and saw the real curve is so subtle (yes, I read the reviews, however nothing is like really seeing it), the 1st thought it “really ? that is it ? $400 extra for this? ” well, let me tell you, once you sit in front of this thing and play a game, or watch a movie / show, you do not realize the influence till you stop playing (if you may be able to), its so immersive that you just find yourself so into the game, hard to explain, however for that – yeah, its worth the extra $400. – 75Hz: now the only model on the market that can do more than 60Hz, not a big deal for work related things, games are a different issue. – Colors: without calibrating the colors (google it), the colors are just amazing, no big surprise here, however wanted be aware of it anyway.



Freesync and 75Hz is amazing System :Intel 4790K 4. 6GHz16GB 1866 DDR3R9 295×2 + 290X in Trifire (1030 Core, 1450 memory)Dual Samsung 840 Evo (750GB each)Games tested:-Crysis 3-Tomb Raider-Bioshock Infinite-Counter Strike GOAll games maxed out, frame limiter on (75FPS), and freesync on. Everything runs and feels buttery smooth. I do not see any screen tearing, very minimal amounts of motion blur, and once calibrated, the colors are awesome. My last monitor was an ROG Swift. The difference between 120Hz and 75Hz is not obvious. It feels smoother than 60Hz and I believe freesync makes up for the lower refresh rate. Using DP, the freesync range is 30Hz – 75Hz. Greatly recommend it Edit 8/12/15 Tried single card on this monitor and that is where Freesync really shines. I have dipped in the lower 30s with a single 290x and I saw no screen tearing and the “feel” of moving between the 75FPS and 30FPS range is smooth. You may be able to barely tell you are at a lower refresh rate but it does not feel as laggy since there’s no screen tearing. Other games I have tested are: (maxed out )-BF4-WoW-Crysis 1-MGS5 : Ground ZeroesI noticed that the frame limiter does not work when Mantle is enabled and when the game uses DX9. Freesync still works although if you dip into the 30-75fps range. Above the monitors refresh rate, still no screen tearing. Love this thing. Makes my old games feel like a new.




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Curved bmijpphz 34-inch technical ratings and MSRP
  • The Acer XR 34″ Curved IPS Display with Ultra Wide QHD (3440 x 1440) resolution offers the sharpest picture quality and provides a perfect picture with a broader view. The Ultra Wide 21:9 aspect ratio presents a more immersive experience with a wider field of view which brings a better movie and game experience compared to a flat display of the same size. The Acer XR Series monitor provides different ambient lighting effects that can be adjusted in the settings. Two built-in 7W DTS Sound speakers bring world-class sound to your games and movies. Signal Inputs: 1 x Display Port, 1 x Mini Display Port, 1 x Display Port Out, 1 x HDMI 2.0 & 1 x MHL



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