If you’re looking for a WQHD monitor with an IPS panel and 144 Hz, you’ll quickly find that the choice is not huge. With the Nitro XV2, Acer complements the lineup with the XF0, available since 2016. The difference can be found in the details: with the XV2, Acer now also offers HDR, HDMI 2.0b and a lower response time. But has everything really improved? That’s what we want to find out in our test.
Scope of Delivery
The monitor arrives well packed in a thick polystyrene case. In addition, an adjustable monitor stand, power and USB cables, HDMI 2.0b cable and some booklets are included.
|Screen Size||27″ (68.6 cm)|
|Resolution||2560 x 1440|
|Reaction time||4ms (1ms Acer Visual Response Boost)|
|Synchronization||Adaptive Sync/AMD FreeSync, NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible
max. 144 Hz.
|brightness||400 cd/m² (HDR), 350 cd/m² (typical)|
|Stand foot||Tilt: -5° ~ 20°
|Color depth||10bit (8bit with FRC)|
|Energy efficiency class||B|
|Loudspeaker||2x 2 W|