Today at CES, Nvidia announced new G-Sync Ultimate displays, which will be powered by mini-LED. The new monitors will have 1,152 zones, and they'll provide darker blacks, better contrast, and brighter colors.
The way that mini-LEDs work is that some can be turned on and some can be turned off, rather than a backlight that's behind a regular LCD panel. Similar to an OLED display but without the drawback of burn-in issues, mini-LEDs can provide true black or close to it for that very reason. Naturally, colors end up being more vibrant.
Moreover, these screens will support 4K resolution with a 144Hz refresh rate, and an incredible 1,400 nits of brightness. The first two mini-LED G-Sync Ultimate displays are going to come from Acer and ASUS. Seen above, Acer is making the Predator X32.
The Predator X32 ooffers a 178-degree viewing angle, 99% Adobe RGB color gamur, and 89.5% Rec2020 color gamut. It has three HDMI 2.1 ports, a DisplayPort 1.4 port, and four USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports. It will be available in Q2 for $3,599.