Acer Predator X34 S ultrawide monitor with 200Hz panel appears online

A new ultra-wide monitor from Acer has appeared at a Chinese webshop. The Predator X34 S has a curved 200Hz-IPS screen with a resolution of 3440×1440 pixels and a screen diagonal of 34 “. The screen would be delivered on December 17th. Image via TaobaoThe Acer Predator X34 S would have a Nano-IPS panel. LG, according to the product page on Taobao, which also contains some marketing images of the as yet unannounced monitor. Unannounced products appear more often on this Chinese webshop. The screen is said to have a resolution of advertised g2g response time of 1ms. 1900R curve, which is equivalent to the curvature of a circle with a radius of 1.9 meters. The X34 S could achieve a peak brightness of 550cd / m², with an ‘average brightness’ of 400cd / m², according to the product page on Taobao The Predator X34 S also receives a DisplayHDR 400 certification from VESA. The panel can display 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. ync hardware module. According to Taobao, the X34 S will get two HDMI 2.0 connectors and two DisplayPort 1.4 connectors. The screen would also get a USB-C connection, four USB 3.0 type A ports and a 3.5mm jack. TFTCentral doubts these specifications, since the current G-Sync hardware modules do not support that many connections, according to that website. These connectors may have been copied incorrectly from another Acer monitor. TFTCentral speculates that the display may have a single HDMI and DisplayPort connection, as well as some USB connections and an audio connector. The display is 816.2mm wide, maximum 565.5mm high and 309.1mm deep when the monitor stand is attached . The monitor also supports a VESA 100mm mounting bracket. The whole weighs 9.7 kilograms. The X34 S is currently available for pre-order through Taobao. The screen costs about 10,000 yuan there. Converted and including VAT, this amounts to approximately 1,521 euros, although that is probably not representative of actual European recommended prices. The Chinese webshop would ship the monitors on December 17