Acer Predator CG7, AKA The CG437K Pbmiiippuzx

Source: Tweaktown Acer Predator CG7, AKA The CG437K Pbmiiippuzx

Funny, I Don’t Remember The Predator Saying That?

Mind you Alien vs Predator at 4K, with a 144Hz refresh rate and HDR 1000 would look pretty good wouldn’t it? That is what you could do on the Acer Predator CG7 43″ display, if you could convince that old game to run properly.  This is one of their flagship models and sports some special features, such as a light sensor which will adjust the brightness to match the room lighting as well as a proximity sensor to automatically wake it up when you approach.

This LED back lit VA panel is rated with a 1ms response rate, which is great when paired with the G-SYNC ULTIMATE powered 144Hz refresh rate.  The display offers a nice selection of inputs, including three HDMI ports, two DisplayPort, a single USB 3.0 upstream port as well as four downstream ports, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0.

Perhaps the most impressive thing that Tweaktown found was that the display is occasionally on sale for $999.


Acer's huge Predator CG7: 43-inch 4K 144Hz gaming TV that offers 1ms response, DisplayHDR 1000, and G-SYNC ULTIMATE. Near perfect.

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1 Comment

  1. Marco

    The panel in this monitor is atrocious. Text at 100% scale is so fuzzy it will give you eye strain. This is because there’s a problem with the design of it, where white pixels whiten the pixels below them. Also the pixel response time is very bad, resulting in a lot of motion blur. Please do not buy this thing. You can get the LG CX OLED 48″ for the same price.


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