Acer is at Berlin Germany where the IFA 2019 is about to begin. The American company will be showcasing several new products, including 300Hz gaming laptops, monitors, among other PC components and accessories. Among the items at the Acer stand is the new Acer Nitro XV3 Series Gaming Monitors. \n \n‘’Acer today unveiled a new series of Nitro gaming monitors, designed to bring games to life. The new Acer Nitro XV3 series features four new monitors for gamers that deliver extremely high refresh rates and high resolution, providing outstanding casual gameplay at affordable prices,’’ said Acer in the official press release. \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/Acer\/status\/1169203628034396160 \n \nThe new Nitro XV3 Series boasts four models. Two are based on 24.5-inch panels: Acer Nitro XV253Q X and Acer Nitro XV253Q P. The remaining two come with 27-inch panels and include the Acer Nitro XV273U S and Acer Nitro XV273 X. \n \nThe Acer Nitro XV253Q X boasts a 24-inch Full HD (1920×1080) display for 1080p gaming. It is best for gamers looking for high refresh rate, as it is a 240 Hz monitor. The XV253Q X will be available in the US from November and will set you back $389. \n \nNext up is the Acer Nitro XV253Q P, also a 24-inch model with Full HD (1920×1080) resolution but now, the refresh rate drops to 144Hz, which is still ideal for competitive gaming. Acer didn’t reveal the availability of the XV253Q P or the price, but it should also land in November at a slightly lower price than the other 240Hz 24-inch model. \n \nMoving on to the larger monitors, the Acer Nitro XV273U S will have a 27-inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution for 1440p gaming. The refresh rate is 144 Hz, but it allows for overclocking to 165 Hz. It will be available in the US as from January 2020 starting at $589. \n \nLast is the Acer Nitro XV273 X, which has a 27-inch Full HD (1920×1080) panel and an impressive 240 Hz refresh rate. Acer has confirmed that this model will feature DisplayHDR™ 400, native 5ms and 1ms (G2G) response time. The XV273 X will be available for purchase in the US this September and will set you back just $469. \n \nWhile the four monitors may have several differences, there are some standard features confirmed for all of them. First, they support variable refresh rates and are NVIDIA® G-SYNC® compatible. \n \nThey will also feature the Acer Game Mode, Acer VisionCare™ with Flickerless, ComfyView, BlueLightShield, and low-dimming technology. The monitors will also come with ergonomic stands with 20°swivel and will be VESA wall-mountable.