We’ve looked at several 27-inch 4K gaming monitors that can hit 144 Hz, but the 28-inch category is something we haven’t explored in a while. Acer’s newest Nitro series member, the XV282K, packs 4K and 144 Hz along with Adaptive-Sync, HDR and extended color, into a responsive IPS panel with the latest connectivity and a $900 price of entry.
When considering price, performance and pixel density in a gaming monitor, there can be more than one sweet spot.
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