CES 2022 | Acer Predator X32 FP and Predator X32 gaming monitors bring 4K 160 Hz mini-LED HDR goodness for both gamers and content creators
Acer had a lot to offer at CES 2022 including an updated range of gaming laptops, desktops, and Chromebooks. The company also showed off new displays such as the Predator X32, Predator X32 FP, and the Predator CG48.
Acer Predator X32 FP and Predator X32
As the name indicates, both the Predator X32 and X32 FP are 32-inch 4K IPS monitors with largely similar specifications. These include a 1 ms G-to-G response time, a 1000:1 native contrast ratio, 400 nits SDR and 1,200 nits HDR peak brightness, and 99% of Adobe RGB coverage with a Delta E color accuracy of <2. However, both panels offer only an 8-bit color depth.
There is a difference in refresh rates supported by both models depending on the interface used. The Predator X32 can do 4K 120 Hz via HDMI 2.0 and 4K 160 Hz via DisplayPort 1.4. The Predator X32 FP, on the other hand, can do native 4K 160 Hz and up to 165 Hz in overdrive mode.
Acer said that both these panels are VESA DisplayHDR 1000-certified and offer a 576-zone mini-LED local dimming zones. The Predator X32 supports Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate and Nvidia Reflex while the Predator X32 FP also supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro as it can be connected to consoles such as the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X.
The Predator X32 FP offers four HDMI 2.1 ports while X32 makes do with three HDMI 2.0 ports. A USB Type-C port with 90 W power delivery is also available in the X32 FP along with integrated speakers, which the Predator X32 lacks.
The Predator X32 will be available in China this month starting from RMB 12,999, in EMEA in Q2 2022 from €1,899, and in North America in Q3 2022 from US$1,999. The Predator X32 FP will be available in China in March starting from RMB 10,999, in EMEA in Q2 2022 from €1,599, and in North America in Q2 2022 from US$1,799.
Acer Press Release