The Acer ConceptD CM3271K packs multiple color modes, HDR and FreeSync into a high-quality IPS panel that's more affordable than similar 4K professional monitors.
The Acer Nitro 5 both looks and feels like a budget computer, but packs enough power for its price that you might be willing to overlook its subpar display.
The Acer Predator Triton 300 is a thin gaming laptop, and Nvidia Max-Q Dynamic Boost can earn it a few extra frames in some games. But there's too much bloatware on this machine.
Acer’s AMD-powered 2020 refresh of its Acer Swift 3 hides surprising performance under a modest hood.
Acer’s latest iteration of the Swift 5 ultra light is able to keep up with contemporaries at a fraction of the cost.
The Acer Predator XN253Q monitor should be on every competitive gamer’s short list, thanks to a reliable 240 Hz refresh rate, G-Sync and super-low input lag.
The Acer XFA240 144 Hz gaming monitor proves responsiveness doesn’t have to be expensive, with FreeSync, G-Sync Compatibility and out-of-box- color accuracy.
The Acer Predator Helios uses an innovative sliding keyboard to enable extra cooling, which leads to strong performance, but it sure is heavy.
The Acer Predator Triton 900 is a big laptop with a unique hinge, but has an awkward keyboard and isn’t as easy to upgrade as other laptops.
The Acer Nitro XV273K makes a few compromises to get its price under $1,000. But it still offers fantastic 4K gaming at 144Hz, along with the ability to connect to both FreeSync and G-Sync systems.
The Acer Predator Triton 500 has a sleek, lightweight design and an RTX 2060 but is riddled with too much bloatware.
The Acer Predator XB273K is a 27-inch HDR, 4K monitor with G-Sync, 144Hz and DCI-P3. Not only is it a killer gaming screen, it goes toe-to-toe with pro displays.
What happens when you pack a second-gen Ryzen desktop CPU and Vega 56 graphics inside a mostly well-designed laptop housing?
This affordable desktop provides an affordable way to use VR headsets and play demanding games, but you'll have to settle for some drawbacks.
What do you get when you spend $200 on a gaming monitor? A fair amount if it’s the Acer XF251Q. This 25-inch TN screen offers FHD resolution, 75Hz and FreeSync in a well-built, nicely styled package.