Acer Predator Z321Q: 32-inch Curved G-SYNC Acer Gaming Monitor

Acer Predator Z321Q

One of the new gaming monitors announced by Acer is the Acer Predator Z321Q. This impressive 32-inch gaming monitor features NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, which will provide a tear-free gaming experience along with a 1800R curvature screen. Just like the 27-inch Predator Z271 and the 30-inch Predator Z301C, the Acer Predator Z321Q is a part of the Acer Predator Z1 gaming monitor series.

What expect the panel to be a VA panel and we expect a minimum refresh rate of 144Hz. Another thing for sure is that the Z321Q will have an aspect ratio of 16:9, also known as Widescreen. It will not be UltraWide (21:9). We know that 100 percent of sRGB color spectrum will be supported and that height, tilt and swivel adjustment options will be supported. NVIDIA G-SYNC and a 1800R curvature will also be featured, like we just mentioned. Also, 2x 7W speakers will be built in and the display will also feature Acer VisualCare technologies, which includes Acer Flicker-less, BlueLightShield, Low-dimming technologies and ComfyView.

You can see a visual introduction to this gaming display and the others in the Z1 gaming monitor series by Acer in the video below.

We are still awaiting more information about this gaming monitor from Acer and we will update this piece when we get hold of it. We’ll also update the table below, which shows the most important specs about this gaming monitor.

Acer Predator Z321Q
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Screen Size32"
Panel TypeUnknown
Aspect Ratio16:9
Refresh RateUnknown
Response TimeUnknown
Adaptive SyncG-SYNC
Speakers2x 7W DTS Speakers
  • boe_d

    This might be the first PC to show real evolution over my current monitor. I’m very interested in knowing the refresh rate, response time and the resolution.

  • boe_d

    If the resolution, as some have speculated, is only 1080p it would seem a tragic shame. Hopefully it will have a 4K or at least a 2560×1440 resolution.

  • David

    32 inch at 1080p? I don’t think they would do that.

  • rainbowsixsiege

    remember Z35? 35 inch @ 2560*1080

  • boe_d

    Isn’t the z35 an ultrawide?

  • WrathPC

    I personally like the 1080p. Its not possible to obtain 120fps plus otherwise. I prefer ULMB at 120fps over resolution. Whats the point of high resolution if everything is blury and washed out every time you pan with your mouse. Yuk. 10 billion k with motion blur… yuk yuk yuk. Motion blur turns evey monitor to shit. Simple as that.

  • deemon

    in the Z1 video it says 2560×1080, not 1920×1080?

  • boe_d

    No new info?