If you’re looking for a gaming monitor to trim down your setup, look no further. The Acer Predator Z35, considered by many to be the best monitor for gaming, will trim down your setup, and more. This gaming monitor boasts a vast amount of extraordinarily superb visual technology, certain to boost your computer gaming experience to a different plateau. This visual behemoth spits its images across a beautiful, 35 inch, ultra-widescreen LED display, with 2560 x 1080 resolution, features FHD with NVIDIA G-sync, has 2 signal inputs, and has a less than 4ms response time. Ideally for gaming, The Acer Predator Z35 gaming monitor is exquisitely paired with all forms of digital entertainment, from CounterStrike to Netflix. This stunning gaming monitor shouldn’t be overlooked.
- 35″-inch FHD Curved UltraWide Screen
- Weight: 15.4 lbs (7 kg)
- Response Time: 4ms
- 60Hz 4ms Response Time
- 1 x HDMI (v1.4) & 1 x Display Port (v1.2)
- NVIDIA G-SYNC
Gaming Performance That’s Crisp as Apple Juice
If you’re looking for a stunningly crisp gaming experience, you’ll want to delve into the stunningly crisp display of The Acer Predator Z35 gaming monitor. One of the first things you’ll notice, if you are to purchase this sensational gaming monitor, is the lack of dead pixels. This is an instant perk for those who don’t want to go through the hassle of trying to fix a monitor’s blemishes, upon purchase. An additional perk of the 35-inch LED display is the almost unnoticeable light bleed. There is some, but it’s primarily confined to the far bottom corners of the screen, which, for the most part, won’t impact the overall gaming experience. A stunningly innovative display is central to the setup of The Acer Predator Z35. Being exceptionally wide, you can say goodbye to a multi-monitor setup, saving money, setup time, and space. Computer gaming has never been smoother. Another amazing aspect of the Acer Predator Z35’s visual quality is that it features 3D capabilities, utilizing FHD with NVIDIA G-sync. If you’re a fan of intense computer gaming, and desire an engaging, sensational gaming experience that draws you in (literally), you’ll love this feature. However, you won’t get to experience the 3D serenity unless you purchase a pair of supplemental 3D glasses, which are quite pricey. Keeping on the topic of this gaming monitor exceptional display qualities, it features a IPS panel type, which undoubtedly provides the best quality of picture and color reproduction. The G-sync feature and all the other graphical capabilities of this monster of a gaming monitor are quite easy to navigate and control, but upon purchasing the Acer Predator Z35, you’ll have to set them up yourself, which can be a slight turn-off to those who aren’t very computer savvy. While some of the setting you’ll have to configure yourself, this gaming monitor comes loaded with a ton of preset graphic profiles, to be used for over 350 different games. All these different graphic profiles are controlled through the NVIDIA Experience Application, which auto-adjusts the settings on most games that are present in its database. Odds are, your will game will be featured. This feature delivers astounding performance, setting it in a tier of its own. There is no doubt that this superbly designed gaming monitor should be a candidate for the accolade of “best gaming monitor”.
This powerful gaming monitor certainly is a contender for the title of best gaming monitor, if there ever was to be a battle for the said position. With this being said, however, The Acer Predator Z35 has a few noticeable issues, structure-wise and system-wise. These aren’t extraordinarily defective, but can certainly impact gaming performance on a small scale. Structurally, there is a noticeable wobble with the TV monitor stand. Seeing as this monitor is already extraordinarily wide, this can be quite alarming. Because of this wobble, you most likely won’t be able to set up the monitor on top of any but the sturdiest of tables. While the curved monitor of the Acer Predator Z35 is quite unique, it obviously offers little room for adjustability. With this being said, plan wisely for a decent location, if you are to purchase this large gaming monitor. Another feature that is probably the most alarming of the negative features is this monitor’s lack of speakers. This is, without a doubt, a largely influential feature, that could possibly determine whether or not someone purchases or doesn’t purchase this monitor. Headphones are a must, unless you’re a fan of silent gaming. If you’re a nitpicky gamer, you’ll also notice the extraordinary brightness of this monitor, which can be an aggravating feature for those with sensitive eyes.
To Sum it All Up
The Acer Predator Z35, overall is a great gaming monitor, and features a brag-worthy set up of fantastic gaming features. Most of these features are related to the astounding visual quality of this relatively unrivaled gaming monitor. Delivering quite an astounding performance, this exceptional monitor features a lengthy, 35 inch LED display, with relatively no backlight or dead pixel issues. Although they must be utilized manually, the setup of this amazing monitor is relatively error-free, and widely versatile. Through a unique NVIDIA application, the graphical output and settings are tweaked, based on the game that is currently being played. If that doesn’t deem this monitor a smart monitor, I don’t know what does. Speaking of smart, the Acer Predator Z35 gaming monitor features 3D capabilities, which upon purchase of the appropriate 3D glasses can enhance the game in a way like no other. Although these glasses can run a little pricey, if you purchase this monitor, you might as well go all the way. While the wobbly and rather unruly structure can cause some alarm, this exceptional gaming monitor certainly is worth the risk. If you’re in the market for a gaming monitor that runs through every base, you better go for the monitor that hits a home run. With the stellar visual performance of the Acer Predator Z35, you’ll be guaranteed to be wrapped in a sensational gaming experience.
Stunning visual performance
Lack of dead pixels
Sketchy stand structure
Can only rest on the sturdiest of tables