Acer Nitro XV273K Monitor

The Acer Nitro XV273K was a lot of fun review and the 4k features and fast response times made this a blast to mess around with, but there was not enough there to really pull me in. The Acer Nitro XV273K is too big for my taste and with its size comes a relatively big price tag coming in at a whopping $899.99 price tag. Such is the price to pay for excessive features. If you are looking for over-the-top features and do not mind the large build, then look no further than the Acer Nitro XV273K to fulfill your needs, otherwise, I would take my time to experience what the market has to offer and choose something a bit smaller and more affordable.
  • High Resolution
  • Fast Response Times
  • Great Built-in Audio
  • Too Massive, Bulky
  • A Bit Expensive
Performance - 8
Design - 4
Picture Quality - 8
Compatibility - 7
Price - 3

2020 so far has been an uncertain year for many. People losing their jobs, companies having to reduce their workforce or close up shop, and people seeking isolation as we move through this whole pandemic. This whole ordeal has brought people to a low point but what this has done is bring more people online. With so much time to burn, people have binged their favorite shows or blasted their social media accounts and others spent their time playing video games. Regardless of their choice, you would want the best when it comes to displaying your options and that is where the Acer Nitro XV273K comes into play.


The Acer Nitro XV273K Monitor is not your typical monitor. The Nitro XV273K is a 27” UHD Monitor boasting 144Hz refresh and 1ms visual response. This monitor comes with a whole slew of graphical options ranging from Freesync compatibility and extra built-in graphical options within the display’s built-in dashboard. Also included is VESA DisplayHDR 400 which features improved color accuracy and a new level of improved contrast. The Nitro XV273K also has the feature “Low Delta E<1” which reproduces the minute features in colorization that even the most established connoisseur of high-performance displays would have trouble distinguishing the differences portrayed to them.


But do not let the high-end graphics deceive you. The Nitro XV273K is pretty intimidating, mostly due to its size. This monitor is massive, and I mean big. Just pulling it out of the box, it was apparent how big it was going to be. This monitor is so big that I could barely fit one to two other monitors vertically on my desk which is about the standard size. If it comes to one monitor, this is plenty enough but for most people, especially content creators, two or more monitors are a must. So, if you lack space or have a small desk, I advise you to choose differently.


Perhaps one of the redeeming features to its size is the build-in audio. This monitor boasts some of the best built-in speakers I have had a moment to experience. The audio comes out crisp and clear and lacks the static noise that other monitors would suffer from. Additional speakers will not be needed with the Nitro XV273K.


The Acer Nitro XV273K does not require any kind of assembly out of the box, so there will be no need for any extra tools when putting it to use. This monitor also does not feature any need for extra installation or programs before use. Simply plug it in and get right to work.

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My name is Ian Lacey, but others call me Trop. I have a passion for games and as such work with GL as their Content Director. In my off-time, I am either streaming or working on an odd job. Occasionally I do reviews. You can find on Twitch!

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