Acer’s new 144Hz curved monitor is a dream of many gamers.

It features a 144Hz refresh rate and is the first of its kind in the market.

The Acer Predator XR is a 120Hz gaming monitor, but it comes with a premium design, a curved screen and a price tag of $999.

Acer is hoping the 144Hz model will be an affordable alternative to the cheaper 240Hz models on the market, so the company is taking its time to market it.

We’ve got an exclusive look at the Acer Predator XL 120Hz Gaming Monitor, the only 120Hz model on the planet.

The Predator XL has a 144-degree viewing angle and 144Hz Refresh Rate.

You can’t have too many 144Hz monitors, and the Predator XL’s 144Hz frame rate is perfect for gaming.

It’s a 144hz gaming monitor with a 144° viewing angle.

A curved screen means that you get to enjoy more of the image on the monitor, so it’s a bit less pixel-tear.

A lot of gamers have complained about the high refresh rates on monitors like the Acer XR144, but the Predator XRs 144Hz display is much better.

You get an incredible picture and you don’t have to worry about tearing.

The curved screen also lets you adjust the viewing angle, making the Predator the perfect gaming monitor for anyone.

The back of the Predator’s 144hz screen is completely blank, so there’s no need to worry that the screen will show a lot of black.

The monitor also has a 100% black level, which means it’s not going to show anything that’s distracting.

The colors are vivid and vibrant, so you won’t have any trouble reading or watching a movie or playing a game.

The glossy plastic panel is actually quite durable, with a layer of protective plastic around the edges.

The screen has a maximum brightness of 120cd/m2 and a maximum contrast ratio of 5500:1.

Acer calls the Predator a “full curved gaming monitor.”

We think this is a great thing.

You won’t be looking at too much color noise.

We have to say that there is a lot more clarity and color on this monitor than you’ll get from a traditional 120Hz monitor.

We think you can actually have a better picture in this monitor, and that’s really what this monitor is for.

The price of the monitor isn’t a deal breaker.

The 144Hz Predator XRP is a $999 monitor.

That’s pretty much the price you’d pay for a 144fps gaming monitor.

The extra features and price tag are what really make the Acer 120Hz Predator XL monitor stand out.

There’s no extra pixels on this screen, so this is not a 120fps gaming device.

It looks great.

You will definitely notice the 144-degrees viewing angle on this 144Hz monitor, because you won “see” more of it.

The panel is very glossy, so even the edges look good.

It does get a bit too bright, and you might need to turn it down a bit to get the full brightness of the screen.

But the Acer has a ton of extra features that are worth the extra money.

There is a 3-year warranty with the Predator, which you can read more about on the Acer website.

The display has a built-in 2160p Blu-ray player.

It has a 120-degree, 144-resolution screen that you can adjust to your liking.

The speakers are also integrated into the back, so they are easy to see and they are loud.

The color is vibrant and colorful.

You might not want to turn this monitor down a lot, but you can.

It doesn’t have a ton to complain about, and we like that.

The fact that it’s so bright is also a good thing.

The 120Hz Acer Predator is a perfect gaming solution for gamers looking for a 120hz screen.

You could have the same look and feel with a 240Hz monitor and a 144 Hz monitor, or you could even have a 120 Hz monitor with the 144 Hz model.

There are plenty of other 120Hz models available, but this is the only one we think has a great viewing angle for gamers.

There aren’t a ton more colors and it looks great, too.

Acer says the Predator has a “minimalistic look.”

You’ll have a lot less image noise.

It will definitely look better than other 120 Hz monitors.

The monitors are really, really fast.

The 4k resolution of the Acer monitors is the fastest of any 144Hz gaming display.

The 3.2ms response time is the best we’ve seen.

The IPS panel is also very bright, with an 836:1 contrast ratio.

It gives a really nice picture and even better contrast.

The only problem is that the monitor doesn’t come with any stand.

It is included with the monitor.

There isn’t any extra software to install, and