Game in 4K with Acer’s refurbished Predator XB3 monitor on sale for $484

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Thanks to a direct $50 discount and a unique discount that takes an extra 12% off the price, you can get this refurbished Acer Predator XB273K 27-inch 4K monitor on sale for just $483.99. That’s a great low price considering the same display goes for around $600 brand new at other retailers like Amazon or even as much as $800 at other places. This deal comes from the official Acer eBay storefront, and you’ll see the extra 12% off applied automatically when you add the screen to your shopping cart with “Buy It Now.”

Acer promises the monitor has been refurbished by an approved vendor and functionally it’s as good as new. You might notice some light use, but the monitor will probably look and feel like new. Honestly the biggest concern with a purchase like this is a dead pixel or a group of them showing up when you first turn it on. In that case, though, Acer has great customer support and should be able to help you.

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The specifications for this screen are outstanding for the price. It’s an IPS panel, which means it has great color accuracy and viewing angles. It has a 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution, so you can game or watch your favorite media in 4K. The display also has a native refresh rate of 120Hz and can be overclocked to 144Hz using DisplayPort.

Adaptive sync is a technology that allows you to reduce screen tearing with the power of your graphics card. In this case it has AMD FreeSync by default, but it is also compatible with Nvidia G-Sync. Using G-Sync requires you to have a 20xx or 30xx series card and requires you to connect via DisplayPort, which seems to be the way to go to get the most out of this monitor anyway.

In addition to two DisplayPort 1.4 connections, it also has two HDMI v2.0 ports and four USB 3.0 ports. That’s a nice hub that makes it easy to connect peripherals. The wings around the sides are meant to help with immersion, keeping distracting things out of your vision. They are optional, though.

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