As the coming full circle of its CES 2020 declarations, Acer has presented its first large arrangement OLED show focused on gamers. The Predator CG552K brings to the table everything that the OLED innovation by and large brings to the table, and includes a 120 Hz most extreme invigorate rate alongside factor revive rate advances bolstered by current GPUs from AMD and NVIDIA.
Acer’s 55-inch Predator CG552K highlights a 3840×2160 goals, 400 nits most extreme brilliance, and can show 98.5% of the DCI-P3 shading array all with an adjustment exactness of Delta E<1. Since Acer uses a propelled OLED board, they can offer an exceptionally high complexity proportion, yet additionally amazingly profound blacks, a 0.5 ms reaction time, just as a 120 Hz invigorate rate, one of the most significant highlights for requesting PC gamers.
To exploit the high invigorate rate, the Predator CG552K underpins three (ish) variable revive rate advancements, including HDMI 2.1 VRR (as of now upheld by Xbox One), VESA’s Adaptive-Sync (which implies that the presentation will presumably get AMD’s FreeSync affirmation), and NVIDIA G-Sync similarity (which is likely piggybacking on HDMI-VRR).
Tragically, Acer says nothing regarding HDR10 or DolbyVision support for the Predator CG552K, so apparently the showcase doesn’t bolster any sort of HDRt, an unmistakable detriment when contrasted with mainstream OLED TVs, for example, LG’s G-Sync-good 2019 OLED UHDTVs.
In an offer to anticipate consume ins and draw out life expectancy of the OLED screen, Acer outfitted it with sensors that consequently change brilliance as per room’s light level and turn it off when no one is near. Availability shrewd, the Acer Predator CG552K has two DisplayPort 1.4 connectors, three HDMI 2.0 ports, a USB Type-C input, and a few USB 2.0/3.0 ports. Moreover, the showcase has two 10 W speakers.
|Acer Predator CG552K Display Specifications|
|Resolution||3840 × 2160|
|Refresh Rate||120 Hz|
|Response Time||0.5 ms gray-to-gray|
|Brightness||Peak: 400 cd/m²|
|Viewing Angles||?°/?° horizontal/vertical|
|Color Saturation||98.5% DCI-P3|
|Display Colors||1.07 billion|
|Pixel Pitch||0.3108 mm²|
|Pixel Density||81 PPI|
|Inputs||2 × DP 1.4|
3 × HDMI 2.0
2 × USB-C
|USB Hub||Dual-port USB 2.0/3.0 hub|
|Audio||2 × 10 W speakers|
|Mechanical Design||Chassis Colors: black, metallic, w/RGB LEDs|
|Power Consumption||Idle||? W|
Acer’s Predator CG552K will be available in the third quarter of the year. In North America, the product will cost $2,999, whereas in Europe it will carry a €2,699 price tag. It is noteworthy that the price of the device is a $1,000 lower when compared to the Alienware 55, the industry’s first OLED display for gamers that has very similar characteristics as the Predator CG552K.