Impress your friends by showing them up in head-to-head or just round play. With three huge 35” screens at 12K resolution, your buddies get to enjoy cinematic experience whilst watching you make your best move. Or experience the full immersion to be your best critic.
The last thing you want is to be totally obsessed with a game. Also, playing a game too much can lower your efficiency and how well you play. Take a break every 1 or 2 hours to relax your eyes and brain. Equip your stateof-the-art monitor with Acer Flickerless and BluelightShield technologies for some extra health points to keep you fresher than your tired opponent.
Figure out exactly what is happening in the game and what you have to do. There are always going to be hidden details that will help you to solve the mystery faster, find better routes, sneak by an army of enemies or get a deeper understanding of the story. So, if you’re not in a deathmatch, be careful to look out for those elements. To help you, choose a monitor with VESA certified HDR 1000 and DarkBoost for higher picture contrast and greater details in dimly lit environments, to allow you to see what’s in the shadows.
Some people claim that the quality of your gear is absolutely crucial, whilst others will say it is 100% about the skills. Personally, I believe it is somewhere in between. You can indeed go pro without the best gaming gear – there are rare examples of professional players who game on old school equipment and still perform at the top. This however is the exception, not the rule, and people certainly benefit from using the best equipment. An ultra-sensitive mouse with extra key bindings and a monitor with a high 240hz refresh rate will help you to sharpen your skills and advance quicker so that you can get to the top and be a pro one day too.