Acer Predator Z321Q: 31.5-inch G-Sync Curved Gaming Monitor

Among the new gaming monitors revealed by Acer for their Predator Z1 lineup is the Acer Predator Z321Q. Two more monitors – the 27-inch Predator Z271 and the 30-inch Predator Z301C – were also announced and will share similar specs and appearances. This 31.5 inch gaming monitor like the others will feature NVIDIA G-Sync technology, which will give players the ultimate gaming experience free of any stuttering or screen tearing.

The Acer Predator Z321Q will have an 1800R curvature screen and from out we’ve found out about the others it will likely have a VA panel as opposed to IPS or TN panel. There’s no word yet on what the possible resolution or minimum refresh rate is, but we speculate that at this size it’ll likely be 2560 x 1440 and 144Hz respectively. With a 31.5 inch size, this will mean that the pixel density will be 93 pixels per inch which is about average for high refresh monitors, but again we can’t be sure that this will be the resolution. We do know that the Z321Q will utilize the common aspect ratio of 16:9 rather than the ultrawide 21:9 ratio and will be equipped with a 100% sRGB color spectrum.

Like the others, the Predator Z321Q will enable you to adjust its height, tilt, and swivel. Also included will be various Acer VisualCare technologies such as flicker-less, blue light protection, and low dimming. Two 7 watt speakers will also be integrated.

Further details are scarce at the moment on the Acer Predator Z321Q and there has been no comment on other specs, pricing, or availability.

Acer Predator Z321Q Specifications
Screen Size31.5 inches
Aspect Ratio16:9
Adaptive SyncG-Sync
Built-in SpeakersYes
VESA Mount CompatibilityYes
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Dan Alder
Dan Alder
Dan's logged far too many hours in CS 1.6 and reminisces about LAN parties back in the good ol' days. He's also an engineer that's interested in anything to do with tech.

8 Responses

  1. Well well well…. Looks like no ULMB for this monitor. That means its the same as the AOC AGON AG322FCX and the ViewSonic XG3202-C with the only difference being its much more expensive. Acer have really disappointed me. VA panel for gaming? and on top of that charge a premium… Never again! Good bye Acer..

    1. its gsync, not freesync, gsync is causing the price tag, its more expensive than freesync, the 2 monitors you mentioned are both freesync, all gsync monitors are more expensive, from every company, not just Acer.

      1. Yeah thats right. This one has gsync hence the greater price. Im talking about the nasty blury VA panel thats good for still shots only. VA panels are tested to be 15ms plus on limited range grey scales. Not the 4ms quoted o the box. VA is not for gaming. Freesync gsync or pricksync.

  2. If this monitor Z321Q is FHD 1080p with ULMB at 120hz I will but this the day it comes out. No questions, no hesitation, just instant, hello that’s mine thank you. But with no ULMB I am not interested even the slightest. That’s my deciding factor and I know everyone hates Motion Blur.

  3. ” but we speculate that at this size it’ll likely be 2560 x 1080 and 144Hz respectively” is this a typo? Wouldn’t that be distorted on a 16×9 screen?

    1. That was a typo about the resolution. 4K will not give you 120fps minimum to reduce motion blur with todays graphics cards. so FHD or QHD is fine.

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