If your mantra for displays is to go big or go home, Acer hears you. Its XR382CQK is a massive 38-inch curved screen that looks stunning. It features a QHD ultrawide (UW) panel with a 3840x1600 resolution, and an aspect ratio of 24:10 that’s slightly wider than the ‘standard’ 21:9 AR seen on other UW displays.
Not content to end there, the display also features FreeSync with up to 75Hz variable refresh rates. If you’re looking for something to turn heads, this is the best ultrawide gaming display.
For games that properly support ultrawide resolutions, the surround effect of the XR382CQK is incredibly immersive – sitting at your desk, the 38-inch panel completely fills your field of view.
The cost for the best ultrawide display is steep, but at least you won’t need to upgrade again for many years. £1,200 for the XR382CQK may be a bitter pill to swallow, but the beauty of this screen will wash away the nasty taste in your mouth the instant you boot up your favourite games in 24:10 glory. And barring total hardware failure, this display should keep you gaming happily for years to come.