Acer’s new ProDesigner PE320QK display looks like it gravitates towards professionals in the business of video editing, photography and graphic design. It’s an 31.5-inch monitor with a 4K LED display that Acer promises is packed “with brilliant 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) visuals, precise color reproduction and an adjustable shading hood to meet the needs of photographers, video editors and graphic designers.”

“Engineered for professionals who require the most exacting quality standards, our latest ProDesigner monitor offers the most accurate color available today,” said Ronald Lau, director – stationary computing. “We’re confident animators, film producers and other creative experts will be delighted with the performance the Acer ProDesigner PE320QK affords.”

The monitor features Acer’s HDR Xpert tech that Acer say enhances brightness “for a vivid contrast between lights and darks, while covering a wider gamut for truly vibrant colors.” With  color depth of 1.07 billion colors, the monitor’s said to produce colors at a low Delta E<1 and cover 130 percent of the sRGB space and 95 percent of DCI-P3.

The ProDesigner PE320QK additionally supports 6-axis color adjustment letting “pros obtain the exact shade they prefer by providing the ability to adjust hue and saturation, while super sharpness technology optimizes the quality of even low resolution images by slightly enhancing the edges.”


Acer’s AcerVisionCare is also integrated, which features BlueLightSheild, Low Dimming and ComfyView tech that Acer claims will “reduce screen glare, flicker and blue light, for more comfortable viewing, a significant benefit for long work session.”

Other features and specs include two 2W speakers, a USB-C port (with an output up to 85W), an adjustable three-sided shading hood that should reduce screen from ambient light because it’s made with anti-glare material, and a IPS panel that “provides wide viewing angles with accurate colors up to 178 degrees horizontally and vertically.”

You can purchase the ProDesigner PE320QK for $1199, and if you want to get the full rundown for the monitor’s specs, go to its product page.

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