First up is the Predator Z35 display. It’s a 35-inch curved screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio and Full HD (2,560 by 1,080) panel that will be available in December. It supports 16.7 million colors
Next is the Predator XB1 series—which comprises three different 4K monitors: a 28-inch and two 27-inch versions. All of the models feature the latest Nvidia G-Sync tech, which synchronizes display refresh rates to the GPU and eliminates screen tearing, stuttering, and input lag.
The 28-inch model—the XB281HK—is an 8-bit and Hi-FRC monitor that features over a billion display colors, one millisecond response time, as well as 170-degree height and 160-degree vertical viewing angles.
One of the two 27-inch models, the XB271HK, is virtually identical in specs to the 28-inch model, only (obviously) slightly smaller. The other, the X271HU, has the Z35’s refresh rate and display colors—144 Hz and 16 million colors, respectively. The display is a slight downgrade from its other XB1 brothers, with a 2,560-by-1,440 screen.