Acer Predator X35, along with its equivalent ASUS, was one of the most awaited gaming monitors owing to its combination of 512-zone full-range local dimming approach for exceptional HDR viewing experience and NVIDIA G-SYNC up to 200Hz for buttery-smooth output.
Does that live up to the expectations, and is it worth the hefty price? Let’s see it!
We can also equate it to the ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ, which uses the same panel and provides similar functionality.
The Acer X35 monitor is centred on the AU Optronics 35′′ AMVA (Advanced Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment) panel with 3440×1440 UWQHD resolution, 200Hz refresh rate, and 10-bit colour depth support.
It uses a QDEF (quantum-dot enhanced film) layer that enables it to expand its colour spectrum to 90 percent DCI-P3 for more vivid and vibrant colours.
You can also notice the sRGB mode that limits the colour performance to ~100 percent sRGB if you want a more precise sRGB colour representation.
In addition, it has a peak brightness of 600-nits, which is boosted by ~1000-nits for HDR suitable content, thus earning VESA’s DisplayHDR 1000 certification.