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Acer Nitro XZ322QUP 32" QHD Curved Gaming Monitor - VA, 165Hz, 4ms, Speakers, DP

Acer Nitro XZ322QUP 32" QHD Curved Gaming Monitor - VA, 165Hz, 4ms, Speakers, DP

CCL Code: MON7970


Acer Nitro XZ322QUP 32" QHD Curved Gaming Monitor - VA, 165Hz, 4ms, Speakers, DP


Key Features:

  • 2560 x 1440 Resolution
  • Fast 4ms Response Time
  • 400cd/m2 Brightness
  • 165Hz Refresh Rate
  • FreeSync Support
  • Inputs: HDMI and Display Port
CCL Code: MON7970


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Superbly Synced

Eliminate choppy gameplay and distracting visual tear with AMD Radeon FreeSync. Savour the smooth, responsive visuals as the monitor's refresh rate is synced to your computer's framerate.

Picture Perfection

See every detail as you play your favourite games in glorious Quad HD resolution. And experience accurate, true-to-life colours thanks to the VA display panel.             

Frames Win Games

Enjoy seamless, lag-free gaming with a blazingly fast 165Hz refresh rate. To keep pace with the action, the rapid 4ms response time provides clearer, more immersive images.

Seal of Approval

Take your gameplay to the next level with improved colour accuracy and contrast guaranteed by this VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified monitor. This industry standard specifies HDR quality, including luminance, colour gamut, bit depth and rise time.               

Maximum Immersion

Let the game world surround you and fill your peripheral vision with its 1500R curved screen and cinematic 16:9 aspect ratio. There's even more screen on offer thanks to the ZeroFrame, narrow-bezel design.             

Eye Safety First

Protect your eyes from unnecessary strain by utilising Acer BlueLightShield and Flickerless technologies. Settle in for long gaming sessions with reduced monitor glare and eye fatigue thanks to Acer ComfyView.



Screen Aspect Ratio 16:9
Screen Size 32 in
Screen Technology VA
Colours 16.7 Million
Brightness 400 Lumens
View Angle (Horizontal - Max) 178ø
View Angle (Vertical - Max) 178ø
Contrast Ratio 3,000:1
Resolution (Native) 2560 x 1440
Resolution Type (Native) QHD
Response Time 4 ms
Video Bandwidth 165 Hz
Backlight LED
Aspect Ratio 16:9


Wall Mountable VESA
Wall Mount 100 x 100mm


Speakers 2 x 3 W


HDMI Ports x 1
DisplayPort In x 1


Case Colour
Width 708 mm
Depth 269 mm
Height 610 mm

Key Features

Form Factor
Resolution (Maximum) 2560 x 1440 Pixels
Resolution Type (Maximum) QHD
Screen Size Range Extra Large Screen in
Base Colour Black
VESA Mountable Yes
Energy Rating
Main Colour
Contrast Ratio - Dynamic
3D Display
Built-in Speakers Yes
Hard Glass Coating No
VGA Connection No
DVI Connection No
HDMI Connection Yes
Touchscreen No
BNC Connection No
TV Tuner No
Panel Technology VA
3D Ready No
Power Source Mains Powered
LED Backlight Yes
Disk Form Factor 3.5"
Gaming Yes
Projection Aspect Ratio 16:9
Display Model in Showroom No
DisplayPort Connection Yes
Height Adjustable Yes
120Hz Refresh Rate Yes
Screen Type WQHD (1440p)
FreeSync Yes
144Hz Refresh Rate Yes
Curved Display Yes
165Hz Refresh Rate Yes
200Hz Refresh Rate No
180Hz Refresh Rate No
240Hz Refresh Rate No
Thunderbolt Connection No
HDR Support
75Hz Refresh Rate Yes
Built-in USB Hub Yes
Refresh Rate 165 Hz
USB-C Connection


Webcam No

Graphics Device

G-Sync No


Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Acer
Manufacturer Code UM.JX2EE.P07
Alternative Part Number UM.JX2EE.P04
EAN 4710886017219
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Acer
Manufacturer Code UM.JX2EE.P07

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5.0 / 5 1 review


4 months ago

Excellent monitor HDR could be better