Nitro by Acer 27″ Full HD 1920 x 1080 1500R Curve PC Gaming Monitor | AMD FreeSync Premium | 165Hz Refresh | 1ms (VRB) | ZeroFrame Design | 1 x Display Port 1.4 & 2 x HDMI 2.0…

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Nitro by Acer 27″ Full HD 1920 x 1080 1500R Curve PC Gaming Monitor | AMD FreeSync Premium | 165Hz Refresh | 1ms (VRB) | ZeroFrame Design | 1 x Display Port 1.4 & 2 x HDMI 2.0…
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Specification: Nitro by Acer 27″ Full HD 1920 x 1080 1500R Curve PC Gaming Monitor | AMD FreeSync Premium | 165Hz Refresh | 1ms (VRB) | ZeroFrame Design | 1 x Display Port 1.4 & 2 x HDMI 2.0…

Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080

Brand

‎acer

Series

‎Nitro ED270R Mbmiiphx

Item model number

‎UM.HE0AA.M02

Item Weight

‎8.6 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎7.72 x 24.06 x 17.56 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎7.72 x 24.06 x 17.56 inches

Color

‎Black

Voltage

‎27 Volts

Manufacturer

‎Acer

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎September 14, 2022

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Nitro by Acer 27″ Full HD 1920 x 1080 1500R Curve PC Gaming Monitor | AMD FreeSync Premium | 165Hz Refresh | 1ms (VRB) | ZeroFrame Design | 1 x Display Port 1.4 & 2 x HDMI 2.0…

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  1. Satheesh

    Hermoso monitor tiene su base q puedes subir o bajar a tu gusto su calidad de imagen su taza de refresco lo súper recomiendo!

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  2. MrPayne

    I’m an individual who dedicates eight hours a day at computer as part of my work. Recently, I started wearing reading glasses. I initially purchased a 1080p monitor but returned it due to dissatisfaction with text quality. However, after acquiring my current monitor, I’ve noticed a significant improvement in text readability. I wholeheartedly endorse this monitor for anyone seeking sharp text output. While there may be other monitors with even better performance, I couldn’t find another reputable brand offering a 27-inch, curved, WQHD 2560×1440 monitor at the price I paid, approximately $175. I highly recommend this monitor and would give it a five-star rating!

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  3. Jimmy G

    Muy buen monitor!

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  4. Marco Huerta

    Buen monitor a buen precio

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  5. Lynn

    Not as vibrant as I thought it would have been…needs manual color adjustment. After changing a few settings it was decent…blacks are not deep… but I guess that’s what happened when you chose a 1080p at 27″ curved…. recommend spending extra for a 1440p ips resolution non curved. Fair price for what you get. Couldnt tell the difference between the refresh rate as yet. Mediocre plastic quality, light weight. You pay for what you get basically which is not too cheap but also not too high end.

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  6. Keith P.

    use this monitor for my Xbox Series S, and I must say it’s truly amazing. It supports 120 fps, and you can even set your Xbox to 4K resolution in the settings, although the monitor downscales it to 1080p. Additionally, the monitor has HDR capabilities, but I personally prefer not to use HDR when gaming; I only activate it when watching content.

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  7. Keith P.

    I bought this a while back and the monitor is working great and was easy to install. I love the curved monitor it is very easy on the eyes. No more flat screens for me I love this monitor. It was delivered quickly and was packaged so well. Everything was perfect. I am a very happy customer.

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  8. Pepe Laporga

    I use this as my second monitor for work. I have used bigger curved screens and tried (2) 22″ monitors. I think this is a good compromise.

    The picture looks great and is crisp and clear. It’s not so huge that you’re constantly turning your head, but big enough you can still have a browser and a program like slack running next to it.

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  9. Phaaze

    Prime day Purchase!!

    Got them for $150 each.

    Coming from a 22″ ViewSonic 60hz, and an Acer 24″ 144hz, there is a big difference in quality.

    My system is a R5 1600AF, 16gb 3200Mhz RAM, 1660 super GPU.
    Most of the games I play are a bit older, and run 40-60fps on highest settings @ 165hz.

    Thinking about swapping the internals from my HTPC: R7 2700, 32gb 3200 RAM, 2060 Super to see if there will be a bigger difference in quality.

    They look amazing compared to what I used to have. And for the price they look good.

    So far the only bad I can find is there are 2 pixels on one of them, one red/one green, that will randomly show up for a bit, and then disappear just as randomly. They seem to be showing less, and less the more I use them. Have gone through all the settings, and nothing seems to make a difference as to the random appearances. Maybe they just needed a bit of warming up?

    Since this isn’t my main gaming rig, more of my work area, and test system I wasn’t looking for the best of the best.
    These def work. Having the curve to them helps set them a bit further back in the corner opening up a bit more room on the desk surface.

    As far as the small amount of gaming I do do on this setup it def looks good. 1080p@165hz through Dport looks pretty amazing.

    When watching TV, or movies the quality setting of the software, and resolution, plays a huge part in the image quality. if it’s a 720p setting, or lower it shows. 1080p or higher it does look good.

    1 Dport, and 2 HDMI’s allow for some connectability. Comes with an HDMI cable with each monitor. Build quality is good. They’re light for their size which made it easy to mount on the dual Veas arm mount.

    For the budget minded these are worth a look.

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  10. Phaaze

    This is a review for the black 27″ Curved 144 Hz FreeSync variant when priced at $255.

    This monitor is an amazing value for the money. Please take any negative reviews about it with a grain of salt. In the following review I’ll attempt to be as thorough as possible without giving potential costumers an exceedingly long read.
    I’ve been using it for a little more than a week at the time of writing this review. I read other user reviews, and they seem to complain about aspects like the lackluster speakers. This is a monitor, most don’t include speakers at all. Users are somewhat expected to use their own set of desktop speakers or headphones, even more since this monitor is marketed for gaming. The included headphone jack is not amazing, but it will drive most low impedance headphones just fine. It’s a nice addition that Acer could have easily omitted.
    The curve is subtle and easy to get used to at this size. Mine had no dead pixels upon arrival. I did have to do quite a bit of color tweaking though. The image temperature was set to a warm preset out of the box, and even after setting it to the “Normal” profile, the image displayed was still a bit warm. I have included color correction settings used for my particular display in the pictures included with this review. Take into consideration that all panels are different, and my settings will probably differ from what you’ll have to use for proper color reproduction. I did not use a hardware calibrator, but after having owned plenty of factory calibrated monitors, I have gotten pretty good at eyeballing it. Regardless, this is a VA display, and I wouldn’t recommend doing any color sensitive work on it. The speakers really are quite bad, but at least they’re there for any emergency.
    The contrast is stellar. It beat a 49″ IPS LG TV handily. Now I want to replace the TV since its contrast is unsatisfactory in comparison to this monitor. I did not notice much backlight bleeding except when in a completely dark room and very dark scenes (black loading screens, etc). I have also included a picture as an example of the amount of backlight bleed. The picture was taken with an exposure time of 1 second, aperture of 1.8, and ISO of 800 in a VERY dark room, So the backlight bleed effect is exaggerated. In person, the effect is minimal and non detrimental to the experience.
    Now, regarding the high refresh rate; the monitor includes an HDMI 2.0 cable and a DP cable in the box. It doesn’t include or need any drivers. When connecting it to my RX 580, the display was automatically recognized and properly configured for 144 Hz use. I did have to restart my whole computer for FreeSync to be recognized and enabled, but I have not run into any other obstacles as of yet (Remember to enable FreeSync in the AMD Control Panel, and go to every game’s settings and tweak the monitor refresh rate and max FPS!). As you would expect from a 144 Hz panel, the movement is buttery smooth and fluid. Input lag is around 10-20 ms, using some DIY tools I built, so it’s within acceptable range. My calculation can be wrong, so please excuse any inaccurate readings. However, there was no input lag that I felt hindered my experience. Pixel response times are as advertised; with motion blur being minimal and basically a non-issue. FreeSync works at its range of 48 to 144 FPS, for which I capped all of my games using MSI Afterburner for system monitoring and Rivatuner for the OSD and capping the framerate to 144 to stay within the FreeSync range.
    The On Screen Display is average for monitors these days, but still far better than most at this price range. I did find the control stick to be a little stiff and hard to press, but once you setup your monitor your interaction with it should be minimal.
    All around it’s an amazing monitor and probably quite the upgrade for many people. I absolutely recommend it for anyone who’s not yet experienced 144 Hz gaming. (Warning, you get used to it very quickly, and then even 60 FPS will look like crap). The ONLY problem I’ve had with the monitor is intermittent turning on and off of the display when waking up the PC after sleep or turning it on. I’ve found a workaround, which is turning off the monitor completely when not in use, making sure AutoSource is turned OFF in the monitor settings, or holding the power button to turn it off and turning it back on when you encounter the problem.
    Lastly, the aesthetics are very pleasing and elegant. It does not scream “GAMER!” at everyone who sees it, and that might be a positive thing for many users (it certainly was for me). Sadly, Acer decided to use glossy plastic for the rear of the monitor instead of a matte finish, so that might be a negative if the monitor won’t be facing a wall. The monitor stand is plastic with a metal base, which makes it rather sturdy and holds the weight properly with minimal screen wobble. Unfortunately the stand only supports backwards and forwards tilt, with no support for left and right swivel, rotation or height adjustment. This can be forgiven, considering the price. It DOES, however, include VESA mount compatibility. The bezels are nice and thin, with only about 8 millimeters from pixel to edge, with an elegant chin and a chrome Acer logo. The power indicator is a non-intrusive blue LED placed in the lower right corner. The screen is coated matte which prevents reflections and glare, but hurts color accuracy and vibrancy a little bit.

    In conclusion, this monitor is a very good sweet spot for performance and features vs. price. I’m actually considering purchasing another two of them, since the curve is nice and the bezels thin. The included pictures for this review were taken with an LG V20 in manual mode, with varying settings to accommodate what was trying to be shown. The wide shot of the desk is to give an idea of the size it takes up in a desk. The second is to represent color and contrast. The third and fourth pictures are references to other parts of the review. All pictures were taken with the monitor at 50% brightness in a somewhat dark room unless stated that it was completely dark (backlight bleed example). I truly hope this review has been helpful, and happy gaming!

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