Acer has started shipments of its ConceptD CP7271K P professional monitor designed for developers of fast-paced color-critical HDR content such as animation, games, and movies. The monitor brings together a 4K Ultra-HD resolution, an accurate color reproduction, a 144 Hz refresh rate, VESA’s DisplayHDR 1000, and Pantone Validated certifications as well as NVIDIA’s G-Sync Ultimate (former G-Sync HDR) variable refresh rate technology.

Aimed at color-critical workloads, the ConceptD CP7271K P uses a premium 27-inch IPS panel of a 3840×2160 resolution that features 600 nits native brightness, 1000 nits peak HDR brightness, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, a 4 ms GtG response time, 178° viewing angles, and a variable refresh rate of up to 120 Hz (that can be overclocked to 144 Hz). The professional monitor comes factory calibrated to a Delta <1 accuracy, it can display 1.07 billion colors as well as reproduce 99% of the AdobeRGB and 93% of the DCI-P3 color spaces (required by professionals working with today's digital content). In addition, it is Pantone Validated.

Gaming displays supporting NVIDIA’s G-Sync Ultimate technology feature a quantum dot-enhanced full-area local dimming (FALD) backlighting for ultimate color clarity and high contrasts. For some reason, Acer does not advertise either technology in case of the ConceptD CP7271K P (which does not automatically mean that it does not use similar technologies). Meanwhile, the monitor carries VESA’s DisplayHDR 1000 badge, so it has to feature not only 1000 nits peak brightness, but also at least 0.05/0.10 nits blacks (corner/tunnel) that require some kind of local dimming, according to VESA.

There is one important thing to point out about NVIDIA’s G-Sync Ultimate implementation on modern monitors. Formally, all of the displays carrying this badge support a 4K (or similar) resolution and an up to 144 Hz variable refresh rate. Meanwhile, since these displays connect to host PCs using a DisplayPort 1.4 interface with its bandwidth limitations, chroma subsampling is required beyond 98 Hz for 4K HDR content. That said, although G-Sync Ultimate LCDs feature a 120 Hz or 144 Hz maximum refresh rate, colors will not look best at these rates.

When it comes to connectivity, the monitor has a DisplayPort 1.4, an HDMI 2.0 input, and a five-port USB 3.0 hub. In addition, it has two 4 W speakers.

As with virtually all professional displays, the Acer ConceptD CP7271K P can be adjusted to its user’s environment and comes with a stand that can regulate height, tilt, and swivel. Furthermore, to guarantee consistent color quality, the LCD comes with a lighting hood.

The Acer ConceptD CP7 27-Inch P G-Sync Ultimate Display
  ConceptD CP7271K
Panel 27" IPS
Native Resolution 3840 × 2160
Maximum Refresh Rate 120/144 Hz VRR (normal/overclocked)
Variable Refresh Rate G-Sync Ultimate
Response Time 4 ms GtG
Brightness 600 cd/m² (sustained)
1000 cd/m² (peak)
Contrast 1000:1
Viewing Angles 178°/178° horizontal/vertical
HDR DisplayHDR 1000
Backlighting LED
Pixel Pitch 0.1557mm²
Pixel Density 163 ppi
Display Colors 1.07 billion
Color Gamut Support DCI-P3: 93%
Adobe RGB: 99%
Rec. 2020: ?
sRGB: ?
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Stand Hight, Tilt, and Swivel adjustable
Inputs DisplayPort 1.2
HDMI 2.0
USB Hub Five-port USB 3.0 hub
Launch Date Q4 2019

Acer’s ConceptD CP7 27-inch G-Sync Ultimate monitor can be obtained directly from Acer as well as from its resellers for $2,199.99. For those who do not need G-Sync Ultimate and DisplayHDR1000, Acer also offers its ConceptD CP3271K P with similar characteristics for $1,299.99.

Related Reading

Source: Acer

Comments Locked


View All Comments

  • Drazick - Friday, October 4, 2019 - link

    Will we ever see 3:2 ratio in desktop screens?

    I find it to be perfect.
    Give 3000 x 2000 resolution in 32 inch and I buy it now!
  • nerd1 - Friday, October 4, 2019 - link

    Gamers don't need 100% Adobe RGB coverage and Delta <1 color accuracy
    Professionals don't need 144Hz@4K

    So who is this for? I'd rather buy a calibrated 4K monitor AND ultrawide gaming monitor for much less money than this. (And I already did)
  • Vitor - Saturday, October 5, 2019 - link

    This is for who wants best of both worlds. A 120/144hz is more pleasant and smooth to look than 60hz. Also a perfect multiple of 24.
  • haukionkannel - Saturday, October 5, 2019 - link

    As it was said in the article. Video and animation editors... so this is a workhorse and They cost more... this is not for Gaming. Ofcourse you can game with this, but... why?
    If your daysalary for making high guality videostaff is something like $1000-2000, this will be cheap investment! Pixar and companies like that definily would use so,thing like that.
  • Vitor - Saturday, October 5, 2019 - link

    Why? Because games are not only about framerate, beautiful color reproduction also enhance the experience.
  • nerd1 - Sunday, October 6, 2019 - link

    Video and animations don't need 144hz, let alone 100hz
    Games do not need precise color nor >sRGB color space
  • GreenReaper - Sunday, October 6, 2019 - link

    They might not all *need* >sRGB but it is a desirable feature now, and pretty soon it will be standard. Even if many monitors cannot display it - because the high-end does.
  • HollyDOL - Monday, October 7, 2019 - link

    Some people do both color accuracy requiring work and game on a single PC... You can look on that as well as saving desktop space, make use of one side of features for work and other for fun...
  • nerd1 - Sunday, October 6, 2019 - link

    With that money I can buy TWO monitors that are better at each worlds. That's what I call the best of both worlds.
  • Dug - Tuesday, October 8, 2019 - link

    This is a great monitor. I'm glad to see IPS panel and controller that can do what this does. The problem though is the 27" size. It's too small for content creation, and if I'm spending the money, I would want at least 32" 34" preferable.

Log in

Don't have an account? Sign up now