Posted October 01, 2018 08:00:51In a world where gamers are spending hundreds of dollars a year on new monitors and gaming headsets, the Acer Predator VX281H is an ultra-slim, high-end gaming monitor that’s actually not quite as thin as the company’s other offerings.

Acer is known for its gaming-centric design, and the Predator Vx281H has a curved panel, a slim, sleek design, a 27-inch diagonal, and a resolution of 144Hz.

We’ve reviewed the Predator before, and it’s still a beast of a gaming monitor.

The only problem?

The monitor has a $400 price tag, making it a bit of a bargain for the quality it promises.

Acer doesn’t offer a built-in stand for the Predator, so you’ll have to take your gaming rig and set it up on a stand.

The Predator V30H Gaming Monitor features a 27″ diagonal, 1080p resolution, and 4K (1920×1080) gaming at 60Hz, 120Hz, or 144Hz, along with support for Dolby Vision.

You can also buy a Predator V60H gaming monitor for $400, which includes a built in stand, a full-size stand with stand adjustment, and Dolby Atmos support.

Acer’s Predator V31H gaming monitors feature a 27.5″ diagonal and 1080p/60Hz resolution.

The company says the V31 monitors also support Dolby TrueHD audio and Dolamax, while the V30 has a 5.1 speaker setup.

The Predator V32H Gaming monitors feature the same resolution as the Predator 32H, but offer 4K gaming at 30Hz, 60Hz or 144 Hz.

They also have support for HDR10, Dolby Surround, and HDMI 2.0a.

We also reviewed the V34H gaming desk monitor, which is $400 more expensive, but has a smaller display and supports Dolby and DTS audio.

The Acer Predator X35H is the company of the VX27 and V30, and has a 27″-wide screen, 1080i resolution, 2x Thunderbolt 3 ports, and 5.8″ display.

You’ll need to buy a new stand for this model, which comes with a stand that’s larger than the Predator X32H.

The VX28H Gaming monitor is the cheapest and lightest gaming monitor we’ve tested, and comes with built-to-order stand adjustments.

The Acer Predator 34H gaming display has a 29″ diagonal screen, 4K resolution, HDR10 support, and supports both Dolby atmos and Dolasync.

It comes with support of Dolby Pro Logic II.

The next monitor we’ll look at is the Acer X35C Gaming Monitor, which has a 28″ diagonal display, 1080P resolution, Dolas-like audio, and support for HDMI 2 to 3.0b.

The monitor comes with Dolby Dolamix and supports up to three 4K monitors, so it’s not a cheap gaming monitor, but you can get a stand with a more powerful stand, so this monitor is a bit more affordable.

The $300 Predator V33H Gaming Headset, also from Acer, is the same as the $300-and-up Predator 32HL, but is available in a $300 package.

The new Predator model features a 30″ diagonal monitor, 4k resolution, a 6-channel audio output, Dolamay sound system, and Thunderbolt 3.

You get a builtin stand with Dolamux, and two DolamX monitors that support up to five 4K screens.

The other monitor is built to order and comes in a black and white version.

We’re not sure why the Predator doesn’t have an HDMI 2-to 3.1b adapter, but we’d imagine it would be a different issue.

The best way to spend your money?

Head to a gaming retailer like Best Buy or Best Buy’s website.

The prices listed on these retailers are more than likely the cheapest.

If you’re not a retailer, then go to Amazon, Best Buy, Target, or Walmart and pick up some gaming monitors.

We’ll update this article when we get a price for this monitor.