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Predator XB3

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Predator XB273KP

Predator XB273KP

Predator XB3

Model Name: Predator XB273KP

Part Number: UM.HX3EE.P01


Bring on the blitz. Turbo-charged refresh rates fuel your need for gaming speed in majestic 4K UHD.


Screen Size

27"

Maximum Resolution

(4K UHD)3840 x 2160@120 Hz

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Contrast Ratio

1,000:1

Response Time

4 ms GTG

Overclock Refresh Rate

144 Hz

Colour Support

1.07 Billion

Brightness

350 cd/m² - Native, 400 cd/m² - Peak (HDR Mode)

Backlight

LED

Viewing Angles

178° Horizontal

178° Vertical

Panel Type

IPS (In-plane Switching)

Stand

Tilt (-5°~25°)

Swivel (-20°~20°)

Height adj (100 mm)

Speakers

2 x 4 W

Ports & Connectors

1x DisplayPort

1x HDMI®-in

HDMI®

5x USB 3.0

Environmental Certification

MPR II

Colours

Black

Tearing Prevention Technology

NVIDIA® G-SYNC®

VESA Compatible

(Yes)

Dimensions (W x H x D)

629 mm x 374.70 mm x 86.30 mm

629 mm x 541 mm x 307.2 mm (with stand)

Weight (Approximate)

5.12 kg

7.19 kg (with stand)

Package Contents

  • 1 x Predator XB273K Widescreen LCD Monitor
  • 1 x Displayport Cable
  • 1 x Power Cord
  • 1 x USB 3.0 Cable

Warranty

2 Year

Features

High Dynamic Range (HDR) 400

Warranty

HDMI logo

* Information based on XB240H_B model of XB0 Series Displays
SCREEN SIZE: 27"; Refresh Rate: 144Hz (overclock); GtG: 4ms
Specifications may vary depending on model and/or region and are subject to availability and change without notice.
1 Actual refresh rates may vary depending on model and/or region, computer specifications/hardware and/or set up.
2 144Hz models can be connected through DisplayPort 1.4.
3 This device is designed to support refresh rate overclocking. However, overclocking may result in system instability. If you experience instability, try reducing the overclock to a lower refresh rate through the on-screen display settings.