Acer Nitro XZ270 Xbmiipx 27″ 1500R Curved Full HD (1920 x 1080) VA Zero-Frame Gaming Monitor with Adaptive Sync, 240Hz Refresh Rate and 1ms VRB (Display Port & 2 x HDMI 2.0…

(8 customer reviews)

Original price was: $314.99.Current price is: $202.08.

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  • 27.0″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) 1500R Curved Widescreen VA Gaming Monitor
  • Adaptive-Sync Technology | Zero-Frame Design | 2 Speakers, 2 Watts per Speaker
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz | Response Time: 1ms VRB | Pixel Pitch: 0.3114mm
  • Ergonomic Tilt: -5° to 25° | Height Adjustment Range: 4.7″ | Swivel: plus/minus 180°
  • Ports: 1 x Display Port & 2 x HDMI 2.0 (HDMI Cable Included)
Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Screen Resolution


Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080




‎XZ270 Xbmiipx

Item model number

‎XZ270 Xbmiipx

Item Weight

‎7.3 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎7.7 x 24 x 17 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎7.7 x 24 x 17 inches




‎100240 Volts



Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎January 6, 2021

8 reviews for Acer Nitro XZ270 Xbmiipx 27″ 1500R Curved Full HD (1920 x 1080) VA Zero-Frame Gaming Monitor with Adaptive Sync, 240Hz Refresh Rate and 1ms VRB (Display Port & 2 x HDMI 2.0…

  1. Paige

    buen monitor cumple con la calidad de imágen.

  2. Zachary Rodriguez

    I recommend this monitor to anyone who’s looking for an affordable ultrawide monitor. I’ve done several reviews & videos on this monitor and it is by far one of my best purchases of 2023. The colors, brightness, HDR settings, & aesthetics are on point. The only thing I wish was a little more impressive is the sound – BUT it’s not terrible. It’s just a little bit quiet even on max level. Again, it’s not a break it point imo.

    Love this monitor, Acer did an excellent job.

    One final note and piece of advice, if you’re planning to use a monitor arm, DO NOT throw out the screws that Acer provides in the package. It’ll save you time. 🙂

  3. Zachary Rodriguez

    I’ve had this monitor for a few days now and I have been really impressed with it. I had just bought a flat samsung 34” VA ultrawide (SJ55W) from Costco that I was having issues with and ended up returning for this and the difference has been night and day better with the Acer. The option to turn on Gsync does show and when I turn it on it looks to be working fine with no flickering. I’ve already put in a few hours playing Rocket League and THPS 1+2 and the experience has been smooth with no issues. Both of those games run around 144hz in 3440×1440 pretty easily with the 1070 and they really show how vibrant the colors on this VA panel can be. I’ve tweaked the color profile on this monitor a few times and recommend doing so to get it to your liking, depending on the settings you can have a drastically looking image from what the factory settings are. There are a couple of good comments here in the Amazon reviews with good color settings. Also, this monitor is very bright and the colors and brightness are balanced evenly throughout the monitor even in the corners. Currently I have the monitor set to about 60% brightness and that’s fine for me. The experience I have described so far has been with my Windows PC, I’ve also been using it with my Macbook Pro 15” for software dev work and it has been working great with it as well. The text is nice and legible and the viewing angles are geeat, the only thing that takes some getting used to is the curve since it’s definitely pretty curved. Another reviewer mentioned they didn’t think the curve was 1500R, but to me it sure does seem like it. Any more curved would be overkill imo. The only options I was given for refesh rate on the mac was 60hz, 75hz and 100hz. By default it was set on 100hz for the mac, but I did notice what I believed was flickering maybe every 5 minutes. Once I switched the mac down to 75hz the issue was gone. Not sure if that’s a mac issue or if it’s because it’s connected to the HDMI input. I have my windows machine connected to the display port with the provided cable and have not noticed the same issue. The inputs are detected pretty quickly and it switches between the two without issue. The on screen display has a lot of options and is pretty easy to use with the joystick, the only thing I noticed is if you want to manually switch inputs you do have to click like 3-4 options to accomplish this, instead of just a quick side to side input switch like other monitors. I have this monitor mounted on top of two other 27” Dell IPS HDR displays and the colors and brightness are definitely comparable. The only thing where the IPS shines is that text is a bit crisper, but even that is just marginally better. For a VA panel I am really impressed with the crispness of this display. The box that this monitor came in was pretty massive, albeit a pretty basic looking box. Inside there was just the styrofoam holders for the monitor which seemed pretty protective and then it also came with a hdmi and DisplayPort cable. The power cable for this is just a straight cable with no brick which is nice. The stand is pretty decent as well, I’m not using the stand at all since I have this monitor mounted, but the stand looks nice and sturdy and I don’t think it would have any issue with holding this monitor as the monitor itself isn’t too heavy. I had been looking for the right 34” ultrawide monitor to buy at this price point and so far I’ve been happy with this, as long as I don’t run into any unforeseen issues *knocks on wood*, I’m definitely keeping this.

  4. Paige

    Excelente Monitor me gusto por que su base te permite subir o bajar la pantalla para darle la altura correcta y llego en tiempo y forma sin contratiempos posible mente compre otro para complementarlo y quitar la pantalla plana que tengo junto al Acer Nitro y trae 2 entradas de video Un puerto VGA y un HDMI

  5. Luis Manuel Hernández Rivera

    The monitor performs great and it shipped really fast. The colours are deeper, and doing a side by side with my secondary monitor blacks and greys are more true to colour.

  6. alberto v.

    -Incredible pixel density. Feels larger and with more screen space than my 49″ doublewide ever had
    -Great pixel response time. Perfect for high-intensity gaming at 144Hz
    -Overdrive has minimal ghosting
    -Color quality is better than any monitor I’ve ever had. I don’t think it’s OLED levels, but it’s really slick.
    -Automatic brightness. Sounds like it wouldn’t be great, but it seems to only take effect when the screen is completely black. Perfect for when you leave the screen on at night, as it almost doesn’t even look like it’s on.
    -A bit heavy, but light enough to put on a VESA stand of higher strength. I have mine mounted on one of the metal pole mounts that are used for vertical stacking. You have to tighten it a bit more, but it doesn’t move!
    -Thumb-tilty-joystick-thing underneath for menu control. This needs to be standard on all monitors, like seriously.
    -It’s big and wide, but not overwhelming. If you’ve never used 1440p before, it doesn’t sound like much of a difference, but BOY ARE YOU WRONG. I can’t go back. I’ll probably cry if I have to stop using it.
    -3440×1440 144Hz is fun to say (yes this is a valid point shut up)

    – Noticeably above the average weight for monitors.
    – Screen brightness sometimes lowers during scenes with low lighting (it thinks the screen is off). Open a menu to remedy.
    – Addicting. Unless your video card isn’t strong enough to game on a monitor with a pixel density and refresh rate as high as this, you won’t want to go back to normal monitors, which means you’ll have to spend more in the future.
    – High price tag compared to other monitors.

    This is the best monitor I’ve ever had, and I’ve had a LOT of monitors. A lot of weird ones too. I even used that sick hot wheels monitor, no cap. This beast of a screen really holds up. If you like high-performance gaming, you won’t really find a better monitor unless you’re willing to go into the >250Hz bracket.

    I spent months looking for a good 1440p 144Hz ultrawide, and I finally found it. Even spent a couple months with it to make sure it’s good enough, and uh… Yeah, it definitely is. If you’re on the hunt like I was, well here you go. You found it.

  7. Amazon Customer

    This monitor is excellent! I use it for software development & video editing.

    It does have speaker(s), probably equivalent to standard speakers on a laptop, but they have no bass and point away, as they’re positioned behind the monitor and project behind. I don’t buy monitors for their speakers, so just having them is a plus for me.

    The monitor stand and tilting is excellent! With one hand, you can raise or lower, by about 5-6 inches! You can also tilt upward/downward with a good range. This is a great feature when you want to change your posture or move your eyes a bit.

    The power cord is a “standard PC cord” – no special cables, and takes up only 1 slot on the power strip. Big kudos to Acer for this! I often buy duplicates, so this means I don’t have to spend $80 on a replacement adapter – just use any standard PC/Printer cable you have around!

    Shipped with two HDMI cables, so you can have 2 inputs to the same monitor. I can’t speak to these features, but good on Acer to provide all the things you’ll need!

    I normally use 2 Samsung 32″ curved monitors, but one was lost in a move. Instead of buying another of the same, I decided to look at these ultra-wide, higher-resolution monitors. In all, with the extra real estate on a single monitor, vs. 2 monitors, you’re not restricted with things like wide spreadsheets, side-by-side video editing, etc. You can make your app-windows any size! I hope to never go back to anything less than 34″!
    Think “really wide spreadsheets”, with an email next to it, or a video editor, browsing assets beside.

    Owning a business, I generally have 2 of everything (keyboards, mice, etc.); one set in the office, and one set in the living room. I was planning on using my old 32″curved in the living room, but this monitor is so amazing, I went ahead and purchased another. Plus, with the physical height being less, and the ability to easily adjust the height so much, it is more convenient to see the TV as well. With the “pole” as as stand, I can also easily move it around, so if I want it in front of me, or off to the side for more desk space, it’s super easy.

    Once you go to this resolution, you won’t go back. I chose this monitor twice, because the 49″ monitors don’t seem to have the 1440p height, at least not in my price range. This one does, and having the extra height & the same width as those 49″ monitors, is amazing for productivity!

    I’ve been buying Acer computers for well over a decade, and same for Samsung monitors. Acer has me on the monitors, too. Especially with the simple power cord, price point, features and quality so far!

  8. alberto v.

    Es un gran monitor sin lugar a dudas, el panel es bueno y los colores hermosos, anteriormente probé el Gigabyte G34WQC y me parece que la calidad de este está muy por encima. Algo que debo decir es que al usar los 144hz se ven algunas barras de colores extrañas, por lo que lo tuve que configurar a 120hz y creo que es problema de mi tarjeta de video. Leyendo los comentarios negativos me dio un poco de miedo comprarlo pero no me arrepiento en lo absoluto, creo que por el precio obtienes un excelente monitor.

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