Acer Tease the 49″ Predator X49 X, a Super Ultrawide QD-OLED Monitor with 240Hz

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Acer have recently provided some information about their upcoming Predator X49 X monitor, a massive 49” super ultrawide monitor with a 32:9 aspect ratio, 5120 x 1440 resolution and a 240Hz refresh rate. It is built around a Samsung Display QD-OLED panel, like several other 49” models we’ve reviewed in the past, this time using their 240Hz refresh rate panel option. It’s a competing model then to the Samsung Odyssey G95SC, our current top recommendation in this size bracket.

Acer Predator X49 X Specs

The 49” sized screen offers a 32:9 aspect ratio with a 5120 x 1440 resolution, the same screen size and total resolution as dual 27” 1440p monitors. The screen also has a fairly subtle 1800r curvature. There is the usual 0.03ms G2G response time spec, 250 nits brightness (SDR), 178/178 viewing angles, 10-bit colour depth and a wide colour gamut covering 99% DCI-P3.

The 240Hz refresh rate of the screen is supported by adaptive-sync for variable refresh rates (VRR) from compatible systems. It has been certified under the AMD ‘FreeSync Premium’ scheme as well.

For HDR Acer advertise the usual 1000 nits peak brightness spec. It has also been certified under the VESA DisplayHDR 400 True Black tier for OLED monitors.


For connectivity there are 1x DisplayPort 1.4 (with DSC), 2x HDMI 2.1 (capabilities not listed) and 1x USB type-C (with DP Alt mode and 90w power delivery) provided. The screen also supports a built in KVM switch and there are 2x USB data ports available. The screen also features integrated 2x 5W speakers and has a headphone connection too.

Pricing and Availability

No official word on pricing and availability at this time, but expect more information over the next month or two around the Computex event.

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