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Updated April 23, 2024·

If you're into competitive gaming and desire a wider screen for a more immersive experience, the Acer X34V with its curved display and ultrawide aspect might be for you, but it's not ideal for productivity due to lower text quality. On the other hand, the Pixio PX277 is better suited for color-accurate tasks like digital photo editing and has higher peak brightness, which is great for media consumption, yet its smaller screen and lower refresh rate could be less appealing for immersive gaming or cinematic experiences. Both offer excellent contrast and color depth, but the Acer's faster response time can be advantageous for fast-paced games. Give Feedback

this description is based on the product variant with some specs and product variant with some specs. At the time of writing, the variant with some specs cost some dollars and the variant with some specs cost some dollars.
Advantages of the Acer X34V (QD-OLED)
  • Best in class color volume
Advantages of the Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED)
  • Best in class for competitive gaming
  • Very good refresh rate
  • Best in class brightness

Key differences

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Competitive Gaming

5.2
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
9.7
175Hz
REFRESH RATE
240Hz
1.0 ms
TOTAL RESPONSE TIME
0.0 ms
48 - 175 Hz
VARIABLE REFRESH RATE
48 - 240 Hz
No
STROBING / BFI
No
250 nits
SDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
1000 nits
The Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) is best in class for competitive gaming, while the Acer X34V (QD-OLED) is poor.

HDR Video Editing and Color Grading

No
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
Yes
The Acer X34V (QD-OLED) is not suitable for HDR video editing and color grading while the Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) is suitable for HDR video editing and color grading.

Print Photo Editing

No
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
Yes
The Acer X34V (QD-OLED) is not suitable for print photo editing while the Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) is suitable for print photo editing.

Key similarities

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Casual Gaming

9.6
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
9.9
3440 x 1440
RESOLUTION
2560 x 1440
175Hz
REFRESH RATE
240Hz
Inf:1
NATIVE CONTRAST
Inf:1
250 nits
SDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
1000 nits
1000 nits
HDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
Unknown
99.0 %
DCI-P3 COLOR GAMUT
98.8 %
Matte
COATING
Matte
The Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) and Acer X34V (QD-OLED) are both best in class for casual gaming.

Productivity

5.7
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
5.9
3440 x 1440
RESOLUTION
2560 x 1440
109 PPI
PIXELS PER INCH
109 PPI
Yes
ADJUSTABLE STAND
Yes
Matte
COATING
Matte
The Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) and Acer X34V (QD-OLED) are both poor for productivity.

Media Consumption

9.5
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
9.5
3440 x 1440
RESOLUTION
2560 x 1440
Inf:1
NATIVE CONTRAST
Inf:1
250 nits
SDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
1000 nits
1000 nits
HDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
Unknown
Matte
COATING
Matte
The Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) and Acer X34V (QD-OLED) are both best in class for media consumption.

Cost

$700
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
$700
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$200

$400

$600

$800

$1,000

$1,200

The Acer X34V (QD-OLED) has a price of $700 and the Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) costs $700.

HDR Gaming and Media Consumption

Yes
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
Yes
Both the Acer X34V (QD-OLED) and Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) are suitable for HDR gaming and media consumption.

Digital Photo Editing

Yes
X34V
PX277 OLED Max
Yes
Both the Acer X34V (QD-OLED) and Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) are suitable for digital photo editing.

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How the Acer X34V (QD-OLED) and the Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED) compare to other monitors

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Spec Comparison

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Acer X34V (QD-OLED)Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED)
Acer X34V (QD-OLED)Pixio PX277 OLED Max (W-OLED)

GENERAL

Price
$700
$700
Screen Size
34"27"
Resolution
3440 x 14402560 x 1440
Screen Type
OLEDOLED
Screen Sub-type
QD-OLEDW-OLED
Refresh Rate
175Hz240Hz

COLOR, CONTRAST & BRIGHTNESS

Native Contrast
Inf:1Inf:1
SDR Peak Brightness
250 nits1000 nits
HDR Peak Brightness
1000 nitsUnknown
Suitable for HDR Gaming and Media Consumption
YesYes
sRGB Color Gamut
104 %137.3 %

MOTION CHARACTERISTICS

Total Response Time
1 ms0.03 ms
Variable Refresh Rate
48 - 175 Hz48 - 240 Hz
Strobing / BFI
NoNo
Persistence Blur Score
7.2/108/10
Ghosting Score
9.6/1010/10

TEXT & IMAGE CLARITY

Pixels Per Inch
109 PPI109 PPI
Coating
MatteMatte
Text Clarity Score
6.6/106.6/10
Image Clarity Score
7/107/10

PORTS & CONNECTIVITY

HDMI 1.4 Ports
00
HDMI 2.0 Ports
12
HDMI 2.1 Ports
00
Micro HDMI Ports
00
DisplayPort 1.2 Ports
00

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