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QLED brings a full range of lifelike hues to your display. See game scenes straight from your imagination vividly come to life. The advanced apex of curved screen technology matches the contours of the human eye for epic realism.
I have a 27″ LG 4k 144Hz gaming monitor for games like Cyberpunk and God of War. But for online competitive games, I wanted something more robust. So after doing my online research, I came to a conclusion to get either this Samsung Odyssey g7 27″ or Asus PG279QM.
But since I found this new here on eBay for $500, which is $400 less than what the Asus would cost, I went with this even though of all the complaints I’ve read about the flickering. I’ve had this for a week now but even before I updated the firmware, I had no issues with flickering at all with any of my games.
I turn the adapter sync on and G-sync on in the Nvidia Control Panel and set the V-sync to “Fast” and turn off V-sync in game and voila, no flickering, no tearing. Whether it’s high FPS games like Warhammer: Vermintide II (130fps to 300+fps) or low FPS games like Cyberpunk (45fps to 75fps) RTS set to Psycho and DLSS set to quality, this monitor is amazingly fast, no tearing and.
oat of all, no ghosting. Which means I can see the enemies even when I’m moving really fast. The colors are vibrant and the HDR is good enough (obviously no where as good as an OLED or MINI-LED TV). However, I do need to warn about how washed out the sceen becomes when HDR is turned on in certain games, but not all games.
Oh, in Windows mode, I’ve set this monitor to 4k via the Nvidia Control Panel using DLDSR. I have it set side by side to my LG 27GN950-B at native 4k, the colors and textures are so similar that I can’t tell the difference except for the curvature of the screen.
One more negative thing, Samsung’s manufacturer warranty does not start from the date of sale, but with the date of manufacture. Also, most eBay sellers are not on their official sallers list so I’m pretty sure they’ll use that as an excuse to not honor the repair if you need it.
So make sure you get the extra warranty within the 30 days grace period of your purchase if you do decide to get one. Overall, I cannot be more satisfied with this monitor so far.
Pretty good monitor as I got it on sale and used a gift card from a friend to drop to price to something manageable. Pros: Great curved display. Haven’t had any issues with the screen itself (as of yet – about a month in).
Colours pop when adjusted correctly. Can push frames well from a PC player on WZ mostly. but because of the slightly poor optimization of the game can’t quite get to 240hz. (avg. 165-190ish on a 3080 during gameplay – 240 for sure at menus etc).
Smart toggle button is easy to navigate menus etc. LED’s are cool, however something more along the front of the display would have been nice. Cons: Someone said it before – Cable management is terrible, decided to pass on using it because the clip provided can’t fit all cables etc through it.
Not a great design to it. Usb B to A always seems to have an issue with pop-up notifications on Windows 10. stopped using it and went back to plugging in my kb & mouse directly into the PC ports. Wish some options in the menus such as VRR or of the like would be still customizable during/ when not running G-sync etc.
Hoped that eye saver mode wouldn’t dim the display so much. can’t use it because it’s too dim. a couple other small adjustments and this thing could be a serious beast. Overall, still satisfied with the display – curve needs a little getting used to (even coming from a 1500r curved one).
Image is smooth in 1440p and clear, no real jagged lines at all, some slight ghosting lines on some moving objects with DLSS on in WZ but nothing crazy, it’s bright enough and 8bit colour seems to work fine, 10bit sort of turns my screen on and off sometimes.
not sure if it’s my dual screen setup or if I have a defective one, but nothing else is really wrong with the display at this point.
Upgraded from my Q27T1, and I’ve been testing it for a week now, here are some pros and cons of this monitor. Pros: 1. 32 inch, wide enough makes you feel like watching TV almost, but you have to keep it on a spacious table as the stand really takes a large room.
2. Almost no ghosting effects under G-sync 240hz, really good for a VA panel, probs the best? 3. Good color displaying (va panel wise), I compared it with my Q27T1(90% dci-p3), G7 is a little bit inferior in the color performance, which might be the difference from the panel type as IPS is more saturated in the color than VA panel, but for a va panel G7 is good enough.
4. HDR 600, better than hdr 400, and better than nothing. Cons: 1. Aggresive curve, which might be a deal-breaker for someone used to flat panel, but I am fine with it, it’s okay with gaming and programming for me.
2. Gray uniformity is very bad, in 100% white screen you can tell clearly there are some areas more gray and yellw than rest of the areas, can become very obvious when you are doing word excel or browing google (check hardware unboxed review for details).
3. Currently Windows 10-11 hdr color management is a disaster, turning on HDR make the whole screen washed out, and most of the games don’t even positively benefit from HDR (turning on HDR makes the game look even worse), however that’s not the quality of the screen, but the issue is here and I don’t think you can get around it.
Overall, this is really a well-rounded product for price 500 euros, but no more than 500 euros value I would say.
Streamline work or play with the green 32 M8 4K HDR Smart Monitor from Samsung. Designed for easy integration into your home or office this monitor features a minimalist design and is optimized for use with your favorite streaming services right out of the box.
Integrated speakers provide onboard audio and a SlimFit camera allows you to connect with friends and family. Plus the smart design allows the M8 smart monitor to function as a hub for IoT devices and even access nearby computers or tap into your favorite productivity apps.
Utilizing a 32 Vertical Alignment (VA) panel this smart monitor provides a 3840 x 2160 4K UHD resolution for detailed views. Plus support for 1. 07 billion colors 99% sRGB and HDR10+ allow for vivid colors.
Take advantage of a 60 Hz refresh rate and 4 ms (GtG) response time for smooth video playback or casual gaming. Wide 178? viewing angles a 400 cd/m² brightness and adjustable stand allow you to find your perfect viewing angle.
LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix – Smart monitor
802.11a/b/g/n/ac network adapter, Bluetooth 4.2 adapter
USB Power Delivery
Reviews From Real Customers
This Samsung 32″ M80B UHD Monitor/TV really is a Swiss Army Knife of monitors. It literally does it all, with varying degrees of success. First off, set up takes a little while. They knew this going into it, as there is an ambient soundtrack played in the background as you do so! You have the usual suspects, like connecting to WiFi etc, and then there’s the Samsung app to be tied to as well.
They have relatively recently updated their app, so you have to go through a lot of the processes again, even tho I have several Samsung products already in the ecosystem. When you do finally get the green light to start using it, the menus are pretty intuitive, the slim white remote is responsive and you can get to where you want to be quickly.
I started by connecting to our Hulu account to see what the screen quality was like, as this is touted as a UHD/4K screen. And true to form, the content on the screen looked crisp and vibrant as I expected it to.
The sound from the rear mounted speakers is nothing to shout home about, but as expected. Connecting to a sound bar or bluetooth speaker really livens the monitor up and that worked flawlessly. I connected to a Sony SRS Party bluetooth speaker initially and then a Samsung Dolby Atmos Sound bar later on and both performed flawlessly with the M80 Monitor.
I then selected connectivity options, and wirelessly connected to my MacBook Pro. With Air-Play integration, it was really easy. On-screen instructions allow you to take all the necessary steps needed to make it work.
Connecting the MacBook was incredibly simple, very fast and worked perfectly. It was an almost instant connection. I then powered up one of my PC laptops, and tried the same thing. It actually failed to connect the first time, dropping signal, but on the second attempt, it also connected, it looked great and worked well.
I did notice that there is a visible lag on screen between your mouse input and the cursor moving, not a lot, but it was noticeable up close. Just a note if you are doing any precision work (I am a Graphic Designer, so I am looking up close and personal).
Taking one of the included cords (USB-C to USB-C) I direct connected the monitor to my MacBook and it performed flawlessly. It looks great, there was no delay due to direct input, and I am really enjoying it.
I then tried the ‘Samsung TV’ and to be honest, the quality wasn’t great to start with on some of the channels. Clicking around with the remote, I was able to find channels with better content with better quality.
The is a webcam accessory, with a simple L-shaped connector, you can mount it magnetically to the top of the monitor and it even has a little magnetic privacy shutter. I do have a concern that the shutter could easily be misplaced as it is not attached to the webcam at all (aside from the magnet).
The monitor also has ‘Alexa’ built in so you can add your account and then use either the voice remote, or simply say ‘Alexa’ to control any devices that you may have around the house. I am fully into the Alexa ecosystem, and it was nice to be able to use the monitor to control the lights and sounds around the house.
I’ve been using the monitor for several days now, connected to my work laptop. It has an aggressive sleep timer set on it for security purposes. When it sleeps, the monitor sets up a one minute countdown timer before it itself goes into a sleep state.
A tap of the keyboard and the monitor jumps back into life really quickly with little delay at all. The only real challenge I’ve had, aside from the Samsung app integration, has been getting the color balance exactly as I want it.
Compared to the MacBook Pro screen, the settings are very ‘red’, even with adjusting the tint, and the color balance, so I am sure there is a little more fine tuning that I need to work on. A fun little touch is the nod to TVs of the past with the white fade to center of the screen, when turning on and off.
Overall, I’m really impressed with this full featured, truly smart monitor. It has it all, great resolution, streaming capabilities, webcam, Alexa, wireless and wired monitor connections and a fantastic, sleek design.
If you want to free up some space on your desk if you have multiple laptops/screens, or just want something that looks cool that can be used as a streaming device, then this may very well be the only monitor/TV you need.
Samsung S32BM80 Smart Monitor This is my 2nd 32” Samsung Smart Monitor. I really love the 1st one and use it daily as a smart TV and as a 2nd PC monitor. This new monitor promises even more functionality because it comes with a Samsung Slim Fit Camera.
It’s basically a small webcam that plugs into the back of the monitor and rests right on the top center of the monitor. The resolution is good. When using it, it has subject tracking and will zoom in and center on the subject.
When the subject moves, the camera adjusts. It’s very nice from that standpoint. The monitor comes preloaded with Duo so you can try it right out of the box without hooking up anything else. It also includes Samsung Health that allows you to watch yourself as you watch workout videos.
It includes all of the standard Samsung apps for their Smart TVs such as Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+, Showtime, Apple+ and many more. There are dozens of additional programs that can be added through the menus.
It supports Samsung DEX for integration with your Samsung Smartphone or Tablet and allows you to connect your PC directly or via screen mirroring or casting. It’s full 4K and has internal speakers and can connect to Bluetooth speakers as well.
It uses a Mini HDMI cable (included) and has 2 USB-C ports one of them able to charge at up to 65 watts. The monitor attaches to a stand that allows the display to tilt forwards and backwards as well as move up and down.
The monitor can be adjusted to rest between 1” and 6” above your desk. It’s almost the perfect monitor. I only have 1 complaint. It involves using it as a monitor directly connected to your PC. It’s the camera.
While the Smart TV aspects of the unit are able to utilize the camera, your PC cannot. You connect your PC to the monitor via a Micro HDMI cable, which doesn’t have support for a camera attached to the monitor.
The PC doesn’t know that the camera exists. You can also connect the monitor to your PC via USB-C, but the camera still does not appear in device manager. Support explains that the camera can only be used by apps local to the monitor.
That’s a big drawback for me, but not a deal killer. Overall, I love the monitor, and it will be my new primary monitor from now on. I just wish they had integrated the camera better.
The Samsung 32″ M80B UHD Monitor with Streaming TV is a winner! The product provides an excellent image and a comprehensive suite of streaming options. Even with the slim profile the sound quality is quite good but is understandably weak on bass.
However this can be addressed via the display’s support for Bluetooth speakers. The display also offers support for both HDMI and USB-C connectivity! Physical setup of the unit was easy although I did struggle a bit getting the base assembled due to some misalignment with the screw that secures the base’s horizontal and vertical elements.
The packaging is first rate and the main screen is well protected via formed styrofoam with cutouts that house all of the loose elements such as the power supply, stand, cables, manuals and the remote control.
The power brick is somewhat large but provides generous cable length. Setup was straight forward although it did take some time to get all of the configuration completed. I initially chose to do the “simple” approach which involved using the Samsung app on my mobile device driven by QR codes displayed on the screen at each step.
For the most part that proceeded smoothly but failed at the last step of the process and I was instructed to go back and use the remote control instead to complete the process. Interestingly, when I did that the display picked up from where the process had failed so I did not have to completely repeat all of the steps.
Once setup the display is a gem! The UHD picture quality is very good, the remote is minimal but has dedicated buttons for most functions (no number pad) and for four popular streaming providers and is rechargeable.
The interface itself is quite responsive making the overall use of the product smooth and pleasant. By the way – make sure that you download the User Guide from Samsung’s website. It is very well arranged and comprehensive.
It will save you a TON of time setting up, troubleshooting and using the unit. This display exceeded my expectations and I am still discovering new features. I highly recommend it!.
Live the game with Mobiuz EX2710S. Exit the routine and expand your reality. This 165Hz monitor has lightning-fast 1ms MPRT (Moving Picture Response Time) and AMD FreeSync Premium to minimize blur and artifacts.
IPS wide-angle viewing shows stunning color from any angle. EX2710S also has features you dream of. This gaming monitor delivers incredible BenQ proprietary tech. HDRi optimizes images for improved color, contrast, and detail.
True sound audio by treVolo surrounds you with rich music and subtle auditory cues. Add in innovative debut features that transport you to your gaming world and you’ve got a monitor ready for any adventure.
Picture quality – As good as you can get for 1080p, has 2 x HDMI 2. 0 (up to 120hz) and 1 x DP 1. 2 (165hz). Color reproduction is very good on this monitor being an IPS panel but there are a lot of options in the OSD.
personally I choose RPG preset for color setting and tweaked it from there but everyone’s preference will be different. It will do the job for editing but for professional editing there are better choices out there.
Refresh rate – up to 165hz on my PC but I use it at 120hz for the xbox series X. Set the AMA (advanced motion accelerator) to 2 if your playing at 120hz or higher, and I promise you that you will get one of the most smoothest experiences, that’s as good as a TN panel but with better color reproduction.
Design – some people not a fan of orange accent at the bottom, I like it as it makes the Mobiuz line more unique. Thin bezels around the sides and the top. Buttons are easy to navigate for the OSD and the monitor can slide up and down and tilt, but it can’t rotate.
Monitor feels heavy enough and sturdy. Power is also a 3 pin plug directly into the back, never been a fan of the DC power adapters! Sound – speakers are decent for monitor speakers, you could get away with casual gaming on them or music/films but Id’e recommend headphones always for competitive games regardless of speakers.
Gaming experience – I mainly use it for gaming on PC and xbox series X. I have the previous version (EX2510) and I would say this performance as good in the way of very minor motion blur and very low input lag.
This keeps up with all my fast movements and aiming. at 60hz I reccomend AMA 1 but it’s still a very good experience! HDR – Not the best HDR experience when trying to adjust the settings manually, but if you use the “hdr” button at the front of the monitor and set it to the preset “HDR”, It made Far Cry 6 looks really good.
Colors were deeper without them looking over saturated. This is a dedicate gaming monitor first above all else (editing/movies etc), It can be pricey if it’s not on offer but it has that premium feel.
I would get a 3rd again if I ever needed another 1080p display.
Bought several of these for the office, and was more than impressed. One of the key reasons was a staff member who is sensitive to blue light and screen flicker (causing headaches/nausea) and this eliminated the problems for this user.
I find the colour to be VERY close to the x-rite calibrated display in my ThinkPad, which I was not expecting. The included base offers a great level of adjustability (height/tilt/swivel) and feels very sturdy, yet moves very smoothly.
I don’t know how they perform as gaming monitors, since we’re using them for office work, but based on my experience, I’m thinking of getting one for home as well.
i brought this last week and so far the monitor is amazing with 165 Hz refresh rate in games, and the extremely thin bezzles. I also like how the BenQ logo is also black so its not creaming their brand in your face.
Also the stand has a hole in it so you can route your cables through which is very useful for cable management. But when I was setting it up it was quite heavy so be careful with that.
Monitor Dell 24 S2421HS The sleek 23. 8-inch monitor fits perfectly into any place where you want to use it. For comfort and convenience Elegant design modern design with a subtly textured pattern on the back of the monitor looks phenomenal.
It provides a harmonious combination of excellent style and quality in any room. Seamless switching built-in ports keep your device always connected to your network, and allow you to seamlessly switch between streaming and PC.
All right Dell EasyArrange lets you organize your apps, emails, and windows on a single screen. Experience it yourself Clearer images and less dispersion of ultra-thin bezels on three sides allow you to enjoy excellent image sharpness in Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution on a 23.
8-inch monitor. Consistent colors, IPS (In-Plane Switching) technology ensures excellent images and consistent color quality in a wide viewing angle of 178°/178°. Entertainment for gamers smooth, non-propagating visuals with AMD FreeSync technology with a refresh rate of up to 75Hz.
Gentle to the eyes, the TÜV-certified monitor has a flicker-free screen with ComfortView function that reduces harmful rays of blue light. This monitor is designed for optimal eye comfort, even when viewing for hours.
For comfort Rotate the monitor vertically and horizontally, tilt it, and adjust the height to work comfortably with it all day long.
The PX277 monitor is a 27inch monitor with tons of features. The immersive 2560 x 1440p WQHD (Wide Quad High Definition, 2k) display will provide you with stunning and crisp visuals. Super slim bezel-less design is finished in completely matte black color.
The fast 144Hz refresh rate enables liquid smooth seamless images. Adaptive-Sync technology provides wide dynamic refresh rate control from 30hz to 144hz to make sure there is no tearing, input lag, and image blur while you play your favorites games in low to high frame rate.
With the PX277, you can experience your games to the fullest.
– This was a good purchase for me. However, due to unforeseen problems with the monitor and some rather tedious customer service, I am demoting my previous review. -I have owned this product for close to a year and have recently faced stability issues for about a month.
-120,144,165Hz settings would cause momentary blackouts during gaming. – This made running 60Hz the only option without having blackouts. -Having Freesync on did not fix the issue, nor did change the sync rate from 48-166 to 50-166.
-Changing the cable did not fix the issue either and the GPU replacement was only a couple of days old. I have reached out to Pixio about the problem and provided some troubleshooting details, which was after the fact that I had my GPU replaced.
I originally thought my GPU was at fault, but now with my new GPU in its place, that is not the case. The biggest complaint was the amount of money I needed to shell out just to ship the product back for repairs, which was around half the cost of the monitor.
I hope that it was just a defective monitor because I liked the product. Just a little disappointed with its longevity and customer support.
Expand Your View The 3-sided bezel-less screen and slim Y-shaped stand bring a minimalist look. In a dual monitor setup, the displays line up for a nearly gapless view. All Action, No Delay AMD Radeon FreeSync keeps your monitor and graphics card refresh rate in sync to reduced image tear and stutter.
Even fast action scenes look clear and seamless. More Gaming Power Get optimal colour settings and image contrast to see scenes vividly and spot enemies hiding in the dark. Game Mode adjusts any game to fill your screen with every detail in view.
Moves with the Flow Now, all the action looks flawless. The 75Hz Refresh Rate delivers a fluid picture. Whether you’re catching up on your favourite TV drama, watching a video, or playing a game, your entertainment is smooth with no lag or ghosting effect.
Focused Comfort The advanced eye comfort technology reduces eye strain for comfortable extended computing. Flicker Free technology continuously removes tiring and irritating screen flicker, while Eye Saver Mode minimizes emitted blue light.
True Versatility With both HDMI and D-sub ports, multiple devices can be plugged straight into your monitor for complete flexibility.
Use this monitor as an add-on for my Windows Desktop PC. Connected via HDMI cable. Required no fine-tuning or other fiddling upon first start-up. Picture is slightly crisper than my primary display. (Perhaps I should switch them.
) Will definitely purchase this unit again should I need another 27″ display.
Great Monitors for the Price. Only 4 Stars as having only 1 HDMI output port is the biggest shortcoming. Yes I knew it only had one and used a HDMI converter on one of the other outputs. Based on the price, easy workaround.
Using in a Dual Monitor Set-Up and working great. Out of the box with no adjustments, Colors on both are great and no issues with high end video. Would buy again if needed.
I needed a replacement for a long-in-the-tooth 24″ low resolution external monitor for my 16″ MacBook Pro. This Samsung 27″ has the right size, full HD resolution, and HDMI connectivity for a great price–under $170.
It is turning out to be a great complement to the Retina screen on my MBP. I only wish it would automatically shift from blue light to the more red end of the spectrum more readily to make it easier on the eyes at night.
Multi HDR Mode Now you can choose from multiple HDR modes to adjust monitor HDR performance based on the current viewing scenario HDR 10 To more fully realize gamers’ vision, TUF Gaming is compatible with industry-standard HDR10 high dynamic range for color and brightness levels that exceed the capabilities of ordinary monitors.
Shadow Boost ASUS Shadow Boost technology clarifies dark areas of the game without overexposing brighter areas, improving overall viewing while also making it easier to spot enemies hidden in dark areas of the map.
GamePlus The ASUS-exclusive, integrated GamePlus hotkey offers in-game enhancements that help you get more out of your game. This function is co-developed with input from pro gamers, allowing them to practice and improve their gaming skills.
GameVisual ASUS GameVisual Technology has seven pre-set display modes to optimize visuals for different types of content. This unique feature can be easily accessed through a hotkey or the on-screen display settings menu Flicker-Free technology Flicker-Free technology reduces flicker to minimize eyestrain for improved comfort when you’re embroiled in long gaming sessions.
Ultra-Low Blue Light technology ASUS Ultra-Low Blue Light technology reduces the amount of potentially harmful blue light emitted by the display. Four different filter settings are available to control the amount of blue light reduction.
Rich connectivity Extensive connectivity options, including, I/O: DisplayPort1. 2, HDMI (v2. 0) support a wide array of multimedia devices. Ergonomic design With an ergonomically-designed stand, TUF Gaming VG27AQ provides tilt, swivel, pivot, and height adjustments so you can easily find your ideal viewing position.
The display is also VESA-compatible for wall mounting.
For reference: Previously i owned an ASUS MG279Q for several years. Its a 1440p 144hz IPS 27 inch. Very similar in specs to this model. Then i owned an AlienWare 34” ultrawide 120hz 1440p ips for 2 years.
This monitor regarding its screen performance is better than the ASUS in every way. The down grade ASUS made to get this monitor cheaper was to remove the internal power supply and equip it with a power brick.
Its not terribly large and not offensive. l The alienware had more features and the colors appeared to be more lifelike and true. But at $900 i could buy 2 of these ASUS TUF models and still have money left over.
And that is what i did. I sold my Alienware and picked up 2 of these.
Geared Up for Victory! See your way to wins with the innovative 27GL850 UltraGear gaming monitor, providing the crispest visuals and the sharpest clarity. You can experience breath-taking immersion on a Nano IPS display with a 1ms response time.
The value of an UltraGear monitor is total immersion. You can experience breath-taking gaming performance that surpasses your expectations through 27GL850 with Nano IPS 1ms (GtG) called the ultimate gear.
Nano IPS cover 98% of the DCI-P3 color space, the professional film industry standard. The Nano IPS display delivers stunning image reproduction that brings your virtual world to life from any vantage point.
With IPS 1ms comparable to TN Speed, providing the minimized afterimage and a fast response time, you can enjoy a whole new gaming performance. LG 27GL850 monitor is a NVIDIA-tested and officially verified G-SYNC compatible monitor, reducing screen tearing and minimizing stutter for a smoother, faster gaming experience.
Enhance your gaming experience with an eye-catching design and virtually borderless design. The base can be adjusted to change the tilt, height, and pivot of the monitor to help you play the game more comfortably.
Crosshair Display, Flicker Safe, Reader Mode, Wide Color Gamut, Smart Energy Saving technology, Color Calibrated, Black Stabilizer, DAS Mode (Dynamic Action Sync), Super Resolution+, 3-side virtually borderless display
24.2 in x 10.8 in x 22.6 in – with stand
2 x HDMI DisplayPort Headphones USB 3.0 upstream 2 x USB 3.0 downstream
Display Position Adjustments
Height, pivot (rotation), tilt
VESA Mounting Interface
100 x 100 mm
2 x HDMI cable 1 x DisplayPort cable 1 x SuperSpeed USB cable
AC 120/230 V (50/60 Hz)
Power Consumption (On mode)
Power Consumption SDR (On mode)
Power Consumption HDR (On mode)
Power Consumption (Typical)
Power Consumption Sleep
Power Consumption (Off Mode)
Software / System Requirements
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions & Weight Details
With stand – width: 24.2 in – depth: 10.8 in – height: 22.6 in – weight: 13.5 lbs Without stand – width: 24.2 in – depth: 2.2 in – height: 14.4 in – weight: 9.3 lbs
Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)
Service & Support
Limited warranty – parts and labor – 1 year
Reviews From Real Customers
The picture quality looks great to my eyes, even off axis. The UI with its joystick is reasonably snappy, most of the time, strangely better than the LG 32UN880. I like the way the ports are on the back rather than on the bottom.
I did have compatibility problems: It works fine with my main work laptop (which is quite old) but I could not get HDMI to work with my home build gaming desktop with it’s Radeon RX 6700 XT. The display port connection worked OK though.
Likewise with a newer laptop thunderbolt worked fine but HDMI only worked at 30Hz. The LG 32UL750 was a replacement for a LG 32UG89 which has no compatibility issues at all. I was using the HDMI cable supplied with the unit.
On one occasion the speakers stopped working and I had to do a factory reset to get them back (no it was not muted). The audio quality is not as good as the LG 32UG89 or LG 32UN880.
Features Playing to win? The QHD 32GK650F combines AMD Radeon FreeSync technology with a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms motion blur reduction and Dynamic Action Sync for smooth gameplay with virtually no tearing.
QHD Resolution Watch games come to life with vibrant QHD clarity and detail. The precise 2560 x 1440 resolution and impressive 31. 5 (80. 1cm) screen size combine for a thrilling, immersive gaming experience.
144hz Refresh Rate Experience smoother and clearer gaming action with a 144Hz refresh rate – noticeably smoother and clearer when compared to game play on monitors with refresh rates of 60Hz or 75Hz.
Combine the clarity and smooth action with the curved screen, and gamers will fall in love with this optimized and immersive gaming experience. Radeon FreeSync Radeon FreeSync * reduces the tearing and stuttering that occur between a graphic card’s frame rate and a monitor’s refresh rate enabling smoother motion and less stuttering in demanding games.
Virtually Borderless Design The ultra-thin bezel on three sides of this streamlined display offers a virtually borderless visual experience, without distraction from the precise, gorgeous image. A sleek addition to any desktop.
Custom Gaming Environment Optimize the display of different games, then switch between different modes quickly and easily. Precise presets for FPS, RTS and other genres are just a few clicks away. Users can also adjust for personal preferences, including crosshair shapes, brightness, aspect ratio and much more.
I bought it 26th March 2019, we got 4th July 2022 – display still works perfectly fine, plastic is not shouting too much, screen have no bleeding Got only 1 subpixel (appeared month after buy). I would totally recommend it, but just like all displays on the market, it suffer lack of new drivers.
This leads into problems with displayport on Windows 10 and 11 (DO NOT REINSTALL SYSTEM IF NOT NEEDED, ISSUE MAY START THEN) – when setting anything different in “Screen sleep after X minutes” than 10 minutes (for example 1 minute) screen wont turn off, it will be still backlighted and display “DisplayPort” as source and “no signal”.
cyckle will last 9 minutes. THEN IT WILL TURN OFF. LG, if you read this, pleaso, contact Microsoft, release fixed drivers – cooperation here is the key. I reported this issue to You, Microsoft, AMD, MSI and issue is getting worse, more displays of different brands are getting this issue randomly.
On Nvidia, on Intel and on AMD, on Windows 11, on Windows 10, BUT NOT ON LINUX, and not on HDMI, thats clearly software issue, but reinstalling system, changing GPU drivers, chipset drivers, DDU, fresh install is not helping.
I’m 99,9% positive its Windows + DisplayPort (Monitor) compatibility issue.
My last gaming monitor was 27” MSI 165hz 1080p curved monitor. This upgrade was definitely worth it. Gaming or just about anything you do on a PC is going to be that much better with this monitor. The display is huge, it makes streaming movies way more enjoyable.
Very quick refresh rate makes gaming and just browsing in general way better experience. Very simple setup, no tools needed. Hand tighten the base to the stem and then the stem snaps into the support bracket on the back of the monitor, that’s it.
Adjustments are very simple using the button on the bottom center, plenty of setting to mess around with for what you prefer. I use the Display Port but there are also 2 HDMI ports and a 3mm headphone jack.
The base and support stem are built very very well, no fears of this tipping over like many of my other monitors with the slightest bump. The only thing and I mean only thing I do not like is the power cord being so short.
It’s maybe 4ft? So I definitely recommend buying an extension cord so you can set it up anywhere you want. Other than that I plan on using this a lot and hopefully for many years.
Needed a high refresh monitor for Valorant gameplay. Completely changes the feel of the game going from 60hz to 144hz, and I had a noticable improvement in stats from the switch. What I didn’t realize is how nice watching content would be on this, the 2k resolution is really fantastic and the build quality is very nice, although I do feel weird changing the height and orientation on these (you have to just push it as it feels like it’s propelled by an internal shaft).
Make sure you go into your settings and change the display from 60 to 144hz to maximize the performance. Brighter than I could ever need, and it is large. Honestly if you’re running a dual monitor setup, you might want to look into the 27in ones unless you have a large desk.
Takes displayport and hdmi, and has nice adjustability. Stand comes in a red accent if that’s your vibe, though I might switch to a wall mount down the line as it does take up a bit of space.
It’s got a bezel-less display with a slender, adjustable stand that won’t crowd your desktop, but is also VESA-compatible to free up valuable workspace. Gaming has never looked so detailed, vibrant and crisp.
Game onn. With delightful pops of color, finding the right product has never been easier. Say goodbye to stressful decision-making and fear of the electronics aisle. Choose onn. and get back to using your brainpower for the important things in life like pondering the question, What should I binge watch this weekend?.
Overall, for the price, I am impresses. (so far) I am running mine right now in full 1080p – 144 refresh and I see no problems in it’s display. This would make a good gaming display for any kid that is participating in games on-line that can’t afford those $400 gaming monitors.
My one problem I have with this monitor is there is no technical specifications on this unit other than a general mention of what ports the monitor has on it’s advertising page. I bought this monitor with the need of using the HDMI audio feed sand this is the only one that actually had some sort of audio support even though it doesn’t have any speakers in it.
There is no mention of what type of headphone jack is needed, whether it needs a 4 circuit or a 3 circuit phone plug. These are not interchangeable. I started looking for a support line for ONN and the ONN support website only handles a number of their TVs, and no monitors.
They told me to contact Walmart for support but Walmart doesn’t have any technical support. My conclusion is that when you buy ONN products you are taking a chance on a device that is locked inside of a box with no labeling as to what you are really buying and no way to get support on it when you need help with their product.
So, with this said, this is why I am giving only 4 stars and not 5.
I bought this to go with my other Acer monitor. The picture on this monitor is much sharper and clearer than my first one. The default settings were quite good out of the box, so I did not need to adjust them at all.
I was also pleased to find that my monitor included a cable. It is quite enjoyable to play games on this monitor, as well as to work on it. Although I dislike the location of the control button at the back, I love the joystick navigation control, which makes changing configurations so easy.
The monitor does have an impressive outward appearance. It does have a bevel around the outside, which makes it less thin, and I personally might even like it this way as I can play with height and tilt.
I have it mounted, so if you are buying it with that intention, normal mounts work just fine with it. It has a nice flat cut out on the back for mounting purposes, but you will need to take out the stand from it (which is normal I guess).
In summary, this monitor offers good performance and good picture quality at a reasonable price. Oh, and the frequency is definitely 165Hz. It is possible to change the frequency in the video card driver to 165Hz.
I wanted to get my hands on a gaming monitor but being an occasional PC gamer did not want to spend much. I brought this with low expectations, but I was surprised by the picture quality and looks of it.
I have connected my laptop via docking station and use mostly for home use and for casual gaming. This has definitely enhanced my gaming experience while still serving as a monitor for home use. The monitor is highly responsive with no lags and have excellent graphics, sharp images and true colors with good saturation.
This also have 8 different gaming modes presets to choose from. Longer duration on the screen does not strain eyes much. The monitor is really good at this price. The only thing missing is an inbuilt speaker.
Get panoramic multitasking and immersive gaming with features like a 144Hz refresh ratethe highest of any gaming monitorplus a response time of less than 1ms (1/1000 of a second) in Motion 240 Mode. Its the ideal monitor for real-time strategy and first-person shooters.
Dynamic Action Sync lets you catch every single moment in real time, while LG? s Black Stabilizer brightens dark scenes so the enemy cant hide. Get true-to-life color and brilliant clarity from virtually every angle.
I bought one of these monitors a while back and it has worked amazingly, just recently i bought two more so all of my monitors match. The two new monitors have an issue, there seems to be a bit of ghosting when movement is displayed on screen, this effect is even worse when on lower refresh rates after using an hdmi cable to see if it is the problem the ghosting persisted.
Another thing i would like to note is that the menus for both new monitors have options when under the same conditions/settings as my older monitor (same exact model) options would be left out, the colors are slightly different when under the same conditions as well.
I tried a driver update for all of my monitors but that did nothing. If there is any way alter/ update the firmware that would be helpful, but I am very disappointed as my first monitor works great and there is such little amount of ghosting compared to the new monitors.
TL:DR I would not buy, newer monitors are not as good as old model.
This monitor is a great value for its price point. I got this as a gift, and it has been a great upgrade over my previous monitor. It’s fast, sleek, and an excellent value. As a bonus, its adaptive sync implementation works just fine with G-SYNC without any noticeable issues — however — your results may vary.
The only nitpick that I have with this monitor is the end quality of the audio that comes out of the analog passthrough. When connected to my PC via DisplayPort, my GPU is sending 16 bit, 48 kHz audio to it, however; it sounds worse than the same audio quality going directly to my speakers via the 3.
5 mm audio jack. This problem persists for both HDMI inputs, In short, the audio does not seem to be true 16 bit (whatever processing chip that is onboard is likely not a 16-bit chip or is of inferior quality.
) I would like it if the audio quality was slightly better for the convenience of not having to unplug my speakers every time I use a different device because it sounds poor compared to direct output from the source device.
Perhaps this can be fixed in a refresh/follow-up? Until then, it’s not much of a problem to reconnect my speakers to whatever device that I am using. Regardless, I’m sure that whoever buys this monitor won’t have any remorse over their decision.
If you can’t afford something better, this monitor is likely to serve your needs well.
I’ve been using this almost daily for more than a year now. Here’s a list of what I like and don’t like about it: + When calibrated right, it has very good color accuracy. + It has intuitive joystick type controls so fine tuning the settings is smooth and easy.
+ 1ms fast response time setting and 144Hz refresh rate is very useful when playing fast paced video games. I don’t feel an input lag when using an XBOX controller + Very efficient display. When measured with a kill-a-watt meter, it only consumes ~30W of power at max brightness (oh, and it’s VERY BRIGHT).
~23W at 50% is where I set it at comfortably. – Not quite a “borderless” display. The bezels are noticeably huge. So if space is a concern, it occupies more than other narrow-bezel 24″ displays. – The whole monitor isn’t that stable and wobbles quite a bit.
I suggest leaving it alone and never move it at all. For that reason, I gave it 1 less star on quality – No height adjustment on the stand. But it doesn’t bother me that much because my desk is tall.
Bring fast-paced and flexible performance to your gaming setup with the M27Q P 27″ 1440p HDR 165 Hz Gaming Monitor from Gigabyte. Designed for responsive gameplay, this 27″ monitor utilizes an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel and QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution for detailed views.
Take advantage of smooth on-screen action with a 1 ms (GtG) response time, AMD FreeSync Premium and Adaptive-Sync support, and a 165 Hz refresh rate that can be overclocked to 170 Hz. Use PiP and PbP to display multiple video sources at once.
Plus, a 1000:1 static contrast ratio, 1. 07 billion colors, 98% DCI-P3 coverage, and VESA DisplayHDR400 certification enable accurate views.
CONS: USB-C CABLE NOT INCLUDED Once I realized that I needed a different type of USB-C cable the setup went smoothly, but it took me a while to figure out that not all high quality USB-C charging cables have the data transfer speed needed.
In the end I purchased an Anker Powerline II which has 10Gbps data transfer and supports “SuperSpeed”. I really wish that this monitor was shipped with an appropriate USB-C cable, or that it was more informative about what was wrong with the setup.
It pretty much just turned itself off and would not even let me look through the menu options when the wrong cable was plugged in. It made me worried that the monitor was defective. LAPTOP CHARGING It wont pass through enough power to charge up a laptop, which can be a problem if you only have one free USB-C port, because one is plugged up with a security key.
POWER BRICK The monitor has one of those awkward power bricks that sits half way through the cable, that never seems to be the right length on either side. It can be tricky to get it set up so that it is not dangling precariously mid air or taking up room on the desk.
MENU NAVIGATION I found the little nubby thing frustrating, but this is probably mostly due to the monitor constantly turning off when I had the wrong type of USB-C cable connected, so I guess the real issue is turning off instead of giving a useful message.
ONLY 2 USB PORTS It would be nice to have some extras, for speakers, or other peripherals that could be used by more than one machine. PROS: STAND I’m very happy that the included stand is actually tall enough for me, I’m only 5’6″ but very short stands are still a common problem.
I actually stopped using the monitor arm I had been using because this was easier. OTHER CABLES It came with the USB-B cable needed to pass the USB inputs for mouse and keyboard from the monitor to the desktop, and quite a few options for connecting video (although not the obscure Mini-HDMI to HDMI cable I needed for my ancient graphics card).
LOOK It’s nothing flashy, just a simple clean design. SCREEN This is a nice monitor. Things look right and move smoothly like they should. CABLE MANAGEMENT This is why I purchased this monitor. When working from home I basically stopped using my own desktop because everything was always plugged into my work laptop, or rather the hub that plugged into my work laptop.
With this setup I can quickly switch between my desktop and a USB-C laptop, and I no longer have a ball of wires coming out of a hub laying awkwardly in the middle of my desk.
Great bang for buck, came with no dead pixels in all RGB ranges. it came with 3 different output power cords and i am very confident it’s not gigabyte’s doing, most likely Newegg. the power cords are for the American version and Europe, the third is unknown to me.
great colors and no glare on my screen, since it varies from units. it is recommended to change settings when you first turn on the monitor, some people disagree which is why i am saying this. you could find something that would blow your mind in there.
Now I’m gonna mention somethings that i needed to know but couldn’t easily find the info about it, but i did. HDMI only supports 2k [email protected], 8-bit color depth, and if you want to utilize 12-bit color depth you need to run on 1080p(FullHD)@60hz.
DisplayPort does not support 12-bit color depth. only HDMI. and i think that DisplayPort doesn’t support HDR unless like 120hz or something i am not sure. FreeSync works with Nvidia graphic cards, but not laptops, unless Nvidia prime opt can be disabled on your laptop, a very small amount of laptops can disable it.
around 5-15% the monitor barely overshoots at 60hz or 170hz on picture mode, making it very convenient if your frame rate drops. HDR isn’t that great but it’s OK. there are custom profiles that you can easily switch between if you plan on watching movies, or a nighttime setting or anything really.
i don’t recommend this monitor for only office use, as the sub layout isn’t rgb and it will make texts look blurry but you can use some applications to make it look better. although not all apps support it so it may glitch, which should be fine if you game and do office work, worth it for the price range.
if you want the most detailed information about this monitor or almost all monitors in general go visit rtings, very helpful. that is all.
Pros: HDR makes a noticeable difference in some games (like Forza horizon 4) but only if you set the refresh rate to 120 and enable 10bit processing in your graphics driver, then enable HDR in Windows HD color settings.
It’s not an enormous difference like HDR on a TV, but if you like slightly more realistic colours you’ll appreciate it. The variable refresh rate experience is fantastic. Im using a latop rtx 2060 connected via mini displayport to displayport.
Make sure to update the firmware of the monitor using the Gigabyte OSD sidekick. After updating, the GSync compatible experience was very smooth no matter the range in framerate in my game. There was also a smooth transition to LFC (low frame rate compensation) with no perceivable stuttering.
I’ve mostly used the monitor at 120hz so that i can switch HDR on and off without having to change the refresh rate, also there’s not many games I can run at 170hz anyway. The difference between 60hz and 120hz has been great.
While i wouldn’t say “i would never ever go back”, it’s still a fantastic upgrade and makes everything you do on the monitor easier on your eyes and more enjoyable. And when I’m on another screen i often think “wish i was doing this on my monitor for increased smoothness”.
Just navigating the desktop and scrolling through website just feels much nicer and less straining. In games it’s also fantastic. Just remember you don’t have to lock to 120hz to feel the improvements, because of the effectiveness of variable refresh rate.
I can run forza horizon 4 at 1440p usually from 85 – 105 fps. It’s noticeably smoother than locking to 60fps, and definitely what i would describe as a “night and day difference” from locking to 30 fps.
1440p is a big upgrade in clarity over 1080p, but also gives you more screen real estate in normal programs like Microsoft office. It’s great for watching YouTube in higher resolution also. In games 1440p is great, and not too crazy to run, especially as you don’t need a locked 60 with variable refresh rate on this monitor.
It’ll be personal preference, but I’ve found 45fps and above feels great in a cinematic game like “Control” for example. And if it dips below, there’s still no stuttering because of LFC. Also with new upscaling techniques like AMD FSR and Nvidia DLSS 2.
0, 1440p has become much more attainable at high settings or with a wider range of graphics hardware (in supported games of course). The colours on this monitor are great, really bringing out the vibrance and detail in a variety of videos.
Out of the box it looked a tiny bit warm, but that may be because my previous monitor was set too cool. If you prefer more realistic tones in supported content, use the HDR feature. Cons: Would like to have 10bit HDR available at higher refresh rates.
There was also some backlight bleed in the bottom left of my unit.
TUF Gaming VG24VQ is a 23. 6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) curved display with an ultra-fast 144Hz refresh rate designed for professional gamers and those seeking immersive gameplay. Its impressive curved display features Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync) technology for extremely fluid gameplay without tearing and stuttering.
Well, to start with, I couldn’t actually get it to display the picture when i plugged it in. Just a black screen. 5 stars might seem high considdering that little umber, but I feel the issue was more likely my computer.
Still, the monitor was excelent otherwise. That sounds sarcastic, but let me lay it out. I’ve got a great IKEA works station desk at home. It has a shelf above the desk propper from the monitor and i can slide my keyboard under that, whick i love.
Above that, around 20 inches above is another shelf thats great storage. Got my switch up there. Now while great, it gets me into abit of a conundrum on picking my monitors, as i need to think about vertical hight aswell as horizontal.
I also need the base to fit the shelt (my current monitors feet do not unfortunatly). The TUF screen however was perfect. The high adjustment was great (you could get it really low to the base, pretty much to the bottom), the tilt angle made instillation easy, as you can put it in place and then plug everything in, and the base is economical with size while still keeping evrything nice and sturdy.
It is with great regret that i say i was forced to return it, though i include Scans customer service in my review, which brought back any stars i may have removed for the screen not working. They were curtious, quick to respond and offered a full refund on return with no hassle.
When i get my new computer system (soon i hope) I will reconsidder buying this one again, and at the very least will look into anothe ASUS product.
After shopping around for several monitors I came across this particular ASUS monitor. I have to say I was skeptical at first purchasing this monitor but I’m glad I did. As I opened the box I got three monitor connection cables (DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort) and one power cord with unit.
Next they give you a cable for your headphones to connect into the back of the monitor (If needed). Lastly the monitor and base are included with easy setup along with manual and copy of the warranty.
Behind the monitor is also a cable management port which unfortunately I found to be too small with the cover on so I had to keep it off (Could not keep the cover closed while cables went through). The movements and adjustments of the monitor are simple to learn and easy to use.
Now for the picture quality I’m running an NVidia RTX 2060 GPU so right away this monitor connected and started up as usual with a pristine picture. Even though this monitor’s original capability is AMD Free-Sync, my G-Sync quickly identified this monitor and adjusted my picture accordingly for desktop and game usage.
The highest hertz this monitor can handle is 165hz and the lowest I could get out it was 60hz. The highest resolution I could get out of this monitor was 1920x1080p and the lowest being 800×600 so not the best for 2K or 4K users but still the picture quality has smooth and vibrant colors in its other resolutions.
Another thing I liked about this monitor is the brightness, color, and shadow adjustments that you can make while you use your desktop or while in-game. This is a curved monitor so viewing may be different than your flat screens but the view is smooth and sets your eyes centered to the screen more.
The stereo sound this monitor is included with is not bad but lacks bass so maybe an issue for some, you can always adjust the sound though. The monitor’s side buttons are easy to navigate and use, there is also a control stick behind the monitor to help you navigate faster through your options menus.
Even the power button is one touch to turn on and off, easy/simple. My conclusion for this ASUS monitor is definitely a great buy for budget gamers or someone looking for a decently priced curved monitor.
I’ll definitely give ASUS a look when purchasing other products in the future.
Overall, I am not sure why this is called a “gaming” monitor with how bad it is with motion. And honestly, everything on computer monitors move in almost any application. The only thing I can think of to use this monitor would be to admire a still, dark scene.
Anything else, I think can be handled better by any other monitor. After a little less than an hour of cumulative use, I unfortunately decided I was not going to be keeping these, and I went back to using my old faithful Samsung 2253BW until I decide on something else.
After this experience, I probably will never buy a VA monitor unless I see before hand that they are much improved. This became the first ever item I would be returning to NewEgg after my 16 years of loyalty here.
The return process was quick and easy at least, so I appreciate that!.
The LG UltraGear 27” IPS 1ms FHD G-SYNC Compatible 144Hz HDR Monitor 27GN650-B is built for gamers as it delivers the latest hardware, specs, ergonomics, sleek design, and sensory experience. The 144Hz refresh rate monitor combined with a 1ms response rate offers smoother, clearer action while reducing blur and ghosting.
This monitor supports HDR10 with sRGB 99% (Typ. ) enabling realistic visual immersion with rich colors and contrast. Regardless of the battlefi.
This monitor has great looking colors as expected from an IPS display (not the most accurate but that’s not expected at this price) and the 144hz refresh rate looks really smooth. It’s a big step up from the 75hz refresh rate my previous monitor had.
This monitor can get brighter and darker than the average IPS monitor. This monitor has HDR, but I wouldn’t recommend turning it on as it ruins the contrast, especially since IPS monitors don’t have the best contrast in general.
The included stand is pretty decent. It feels very sturdy and it isn’t difficult to adjust, though it would’ve been nicer if it could go lower and swivel around. One thing that caused me concern initially was the contrast level.
The blacks looked very bright, more like if they were dark gray, and it made the display look muted. Of course I don’t expect TV or VA display levels of contrast from an IPS display, but it looked pretty bad compared to my previous IPS monitor.
Both my old and this monitor are rated at the same 1000:1 contrast ratio, and even though there are always variances in the contrast levels between every monitor, it looked especially bad. However, after turning down the Black Stabilizer setting in the OSD (On-Screen Display), the contrast is good now and everything looks more vibrant.
One thing that is actually bad about the monitor is the audio jack. It sounds very low quality and tinny using both headphones and speakers. There is also a lot of idle noise when you aren’t listening to anything.
If it’s important for you to connect headphones/speakers to the monitor so you can use them for multiple PC/console/other devices, I don’t recommend getting this monitor. For me it was not too important, which is why I only docked a single star.
Overall, the monitor is great minus the audio capabilities.
THE 32GN650-B is a a very bad VA panel. Whilst this monitor is good for gaming, nice and smooth, it should not be used for anything else. I do get flickering though? First of all, the contrast and sharpness are missing compared to other AMVA panels.
For example the pb328q is superb compared to this monitor. I have them side by side. AMVA colors and contrast is so superior. This monitor cannot get anywhere close to SRGB, Despite rtings saying it’s color accurate.
I cannot duplicate this at all. I get nowhere REMOTELY close. I have two other 32″ LG monitors here too. There is SOME good news. The 32QN650-B is not a gaming monitor, it only runs 75 hz. It is much more color correct than this VA panel.
The 32QN650-B also has acceptable contrast for an IPS monitor. Unfortunately it has some light bleed coming out from the bottom right corner. If you do not mind gaming at 75 hz, you should consider the 32QN650-B.
It’s affordable and colors are really precise. Then there’s the nano 32″ IPS monitor, which is extremely smooth for gaming 32GP83B-B. AUS. This monitor is extremely smooth for gaming and has no flicker.
The 32GP83B-B. AUS has spot on color accuracy, and the contrast is not bad at all compared to the AMVA panel. The downfall is that the 32GP83B-B. AUS has even more of a light bleed from the bottom right hand corner than the 32QN650-B.
So what’s the moral of the story here? You either stick to 75 MHz and get superb color accuracy, but if you want 144 MHz or 165 MHz AND have good color accuracy, you will have to accept the light bleed.
Since 2013 I have not yet found a 32″ monitor that can beat the Asus pb328q in color and contrast. I did want a higher refresh rate but I guess 75 MHz will have to do. For now I will keep the 32QN650-B, despite the light bleed.
I guess there are too many fake reviews on the internet these days. Bought this monitor yesterday from the store after seeing all the reviews. To my surprise, the height adjustment was totally pointless.
The monitor has a clearance of atlest 5-6 inches from the desk at the lowest height which makes it very difficult to view the screen as it is way above my head while I am seated. I can’t believe no body has pointed this out in the reviews.
If you are short like me 5 feet-8 inches, you have to be sitting quite high in order to be able to view the screen comfortably. I got a headache from looking up constantly on the screen. I like the monitor other wise, its a great sharp screen with great brightness and colors.
Sadly, I will be returing it tomorrow and picking up an AOC 24G2 instead.
Il sonic XG270 è un gioco da 27 pollici grande monitor con risoluzione Full HD, una frequenza di aggiornamento ultra rapido di 240 Hz e un tempo di risposta di 1 ms. Supporta la tecnologia AMD free e copre 99% della stanza del colore sRGB.
Un Mouse Bungee integrato e un supporto per le cuffie e di supporti per l’illuminazione RGB ELITE Ambient completano questo gaming professionista. Testo tradotto automaticamente.
Monitor LCD con retroilluminazione a LED / matrice attiva TFT
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Reviews From Real Customers
IšverstiShow in original languageBought this a week ago from BB when on sale for $399. I have a powerful gaming rig that can do 2k-4k but opted not to cause I like frame rates and smoothness and 1080p doesn’t bother me in the slightest.
Coming from LG 75hz IPS this monitor has not disappointed. I’m not even using Gsync or Pure XP mode and I have no screen tearing or stutters and the image is fantastic. Shooters now have amazing clarity just on default.
With PureXP on, it’s even sharper. Colors are fantastic, of course because of IPS panel. Some reviews claimed the HDR was weak in contrast and brightness but when I switched it on in Windows, no calibration yet and watched some HDR content, it was lit up like a Christmas tree.
Made my eyes hurt it’s so bright. Colors are extremely vivid. I had to tone it down from 50 to 30. Well built, doesn’t feel cheap. Nice metal stand with telescoping and 90 degree so you can play your pinball games or other arcade Mame games correctly.
Headset rest and mouse tether built in ( man I love this) and 2 optional side blinders come with it to block glare from windows if you need to use them. The monitors RGB also syncs to a Cooler Master case so you can mimic what you’ve set on your case if you like that sort of thing.
The input lag is non existent even if you set it at Standard. I’m EXTREMELY preceptive to input lag from gaming consoles and PC usage on bad monitors and tv’s and it is non perceivable from Standard to Fastest.
I Play Planetside 2 which requires high accuracy and reaction especially at medium to long distances and have no issues at all, even with Gsync enabled. If you want constant bias lighting from the rear rgb, you will have to either set it from the case software or download the monitors software as the presets in the monitors settings are limited to just on/off/breathing and strobe in specific colors.
plenty of inputs, HDMI 2. 0, Display Port 1. 4, earphone and actually decent 3w speakers that are above average for a monitor if you ever need back up. It’s really a great monitor. Be prepared to spend the first few hours playing games and playing with PureXp and then Gsync cause it’s a different wonderful experience using both.
One note if your not familiar with IPS monitors: They have the best color and image and are much more advanced with refresh rates and input lag than years ago compared to TN and VA panels but there is an IPS glow effect in the corners which is because of the angle of the pixels to give you that IPS image.
If you move your head in front of the corners, it’s not visible. You can only see this on a pure black screen if you are in total darkness, which is not how you use IPS monitors. For this, setting the brightness down masks it a lot as well as setting it on a n ECO mode, which I use 24/7.
There’s small, really small, lighting increase in a few spots on top and bottom in the same 2 places that is not a defect. If you move your angle to eye level with it, it’s not visible. It’s inherent of the tech and backlight bleed is in every form of panel tech.
You can only see it if the brightness is cranked. Under normal PC usage and in games, none of this appears and none of the image is washed out in those places. You can return monitors and try again but panel lottery with monitors and tv’s are a crap shoot.
Could be worse from what I’ve seen posted from other monitor manufacturers.
IšverstiShow in original languageI got this monitor after trying out the Samsung Odyssey G9 for about a month and then returning for a variety of reasons. This was the replacement I landed on and it’s great! Before the Odyssey G9, I was using a Dell S2716DGR, and this screen feels faster in its response rate and has much better image clarity and color.
I’ve used it at both 144Hz and 165Hz with zero issues. And wow, some of the colors just pop! The reds and blues are so red and blue! On my previous G9 monitor, I didn’t need to tweak the color or brightness setting even a little, so I just used the straight out of the box settings and was very happy.
For the ViewSonic out of the box, the color settings were decent but brightness was very dim. I was extremely disappointed actually, but then I discovered that “ECO” mode was on so brightness would only go up to 40.
I turned off ECO mode and eventually landed on 60 brightness as my favorite spot and it looked great. I also configured the panel R,G,B color settings (the color values, not the RGB LEDs on the outside of the monitor) from one of the review sites and paired that with the ViewSonic drivers and ICM profile (the ICM gets installed automatically with the drivers) in Windows 10.
This was my first IPS panel, and I was surprised by the amount of “silvering” that it had in comparison to any of my previous monitors. It was easy to deal with just by changing the viewing angle, but it was rather jarring at first.
That’s not an issue with this monitor, but rather with the IPS panel type that the monitor uses. The RGB effects on the exterior of the monitor are nice IMO. They light up behind and underneath the monitor giving a gentle glow on my desk underneath and behind the monitor.
You can turn it off or set it to rainbow, flashing, breathing, or static with just the monitor. Never tried the ViewSonic software. The stand looks great and is very sturdy, but it takes up a lot more room than the old Dell monitor did.
I mounted it to a VESA stand with zero issues. Now, this part is entirely subjective. I could never get used to the way this monitor looked after having gotten used to the contrast ratio and the lack of “silvering” on the Odyssey G9.
I eventually swapped this monitor for a different monitor with a VA panel, but that is no fault of this monitor. I should never have considered an IPS panel since I want such an extreme contrast ratio, but I didn’t know that’s what I wanted until I already had this one.
Would I recommend this monitor for gaming or media viewing (Netflix, YouTube, etc. )? Absolutely! Just be aware that it won’t have the same contrast ratio as a VA panel, like the Odyssey G9 had. If I’d never had the G9 in the first place and just upgraded directly from the old Dell, then I probably wouldn’t have even realized how different the contrast ratio could be.
IšverstiShow in original languageI bought this to replace a 15+ year old NEC 2070NX (which is still going strong!). I just wanted something a little bigger with a slightly faster refresh rate. I mainly do photo editing but also watch movies and game on occasion.
The picture and build quality of this monitor is very good. The only thing wrong with my monitor is that there are several VERY noticeable areas of backlight bleed. It’s bad enough that it should have been caught during QAQC testing.
However, there are no dead or stuck pixels, which is pretty impressive. I chose to keep the monitor because I was worried that I might get another one with something worse wrong with it. I’m still quite happy with the monitor, but the backlight bleeding is an annoyance.
Crisp clear screen all the time. Great definition. I am not a ‘gamer’ but just do normal office work from home. Saves me straining to see, and is ergonomically sound. Just love this monitor and wish I had more!.
Gain the advantage during grueling online matches with this BenQ 27-inch gaming monitor. The 2K QHD resolution displays intricate details, and the 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync technology offer a smooth image with no tearing.
This BenQ 27-inch gaming monitor features Black eQualizer technology for better visibility in low-light game conditions, and the preloaded modes let you quickly change the settings to match what you’re playing.
Got this to replace a 1080p 144Hz VA monitor I had after craving better colours and better resolution and needless to say this monitor doesn’t disappoint for the price. I got this on sale for £268. 79 (inc shipping) and it absolutely blows my old monitor out the water! It’s much more sharper and more clear than my old monitor plus has great viewing angles.
The speakers are decent for monitor speakers and the connectivity is great! This monitor supports HDR via HDRi but I personally couldn’t tell what I was supposed to be looking for, so I sadly can’t comment on it.
The remote is a nice addition and I find myself using it rather than the monitors joystick, but that’s not to say the monitor controls aren’t bad! If this is on sale and you’re looking to upgrade from 1080p, I’d say go for it!.
Great color, no dead pixles, stand is metal and solid, no cheap plastic. Did not find the HDR useful, it makes the screen way too bright, in fact I had to turn down the brightness quite a bit so it took some fine tuning out of the box.
The OBD display is easy to use with the joystick even if awkward on the back compared to buttons on the side. 4th Benq monitor, a pair over 10 years old still working perfectly, just too small. Cons, power cord was unusually short and there was a small but noticeable chip in the paint on the front.
speaker, well 2x5w with no bass so they are weak as expected, you can hear voice alright but don’t bother playing music.
I bought this for two reasons, to use with an xbox series x and with my macbook pro via usb-c. It arrived with no dead pixels, but is still pretty dark and not very sharp when used with Mac. I heard a rattling before I even plugged it in.
I noticed it was super quiet with the speakers at full volume, and then realized that the rattling was coming from the whoofer on the back. You can’t see inside of it through the speaker holes, so I have no clue what was wrong with it, maybe it was detached or blown out, but no sound but shaky rattles came out of it.
The front two 2W speakers alone weren’t very loud, so it pretty much lost its functionality for audio. Other than that, the other features worked great when using it with a headset and muted, but I’m still returning it to hopefully replace with a functional one.
Big bummer on the quality control/careful delivery end.
As an unseen player, monitor is often being underestimated. The truth is monitors form as a synergistic effect and bring out the best performance of PC components. GIGABYTE gaming monitors offer the ultimate specifications and quality, users can truly enjoy upscale performance without the need for extravagance.
Dashboard The dashboard reveals your real-time hardware information including CPU voltages, clock speed, temperatures, etc. The best part is that it won’t be blocked by any games. Black Equalizer This feature allows you to have more details of the dark side without overexposing the bright side at the same time.
Auto-Update Users can effortlessly enjoy the finest gaming experience with features GIGABYTE continues to develop and upgrade while giving extra protection to your monitor. Simple but stylish The streamline appearance represents the simplicity of the GIGABYTE gaming series design philosophy, sturdy stand and matte finish built for functional and aesthetic features adding more to the characteristics.
Alignment The display alignment function will facilitate you on the multi-display set-up, monitors will line up perfectly. Perfect viewing angle GIGABYTE Gaming monitor features an exclusive stand that’s ergonomically designed to offer extensive range of height and tilt adjustments.
Writing this as somebody who owns a gaming computer with two 27 inch 75hz IPS monitors already. I’ve seen/used gigabyte products before and I have never had a problem with them. I never doubted the spec sheet for this thing, but I was a bit worried about the physical build quality until I actually received it.
But geez this thing is built leagues better than my AOC monitors. I didn’t expect it to be so heavy, super sturdy frame with a lot of nice mass to it plus the solid metal base that barely let’s this thing move, it’s amazing.
Colors are super vibrant, 144hz IPS has made everything look so much better and smoother as it’s my first high refresh rate monitor. I won’t ever go back. I hesitated buying this thing because realistically I didn’t need it given what I had, but I purchased it as a quality of life thing and I am very happy about what I got.
For those who can’t bring themselves to buy it at $250, the lowest I’ve ever seen it clearanced was $220, (and I regret not buying it then) so there’s a slight chance it goes more on sale.
For the price, I think is well worth it. It is amazing, it works perfectly for the PS5. You may not be able to tell by the photos Ive shown but trust me, this is an incredible monitor. The visuals are crazy, you have to remember that some games will only allow you to play in certain graphics and certain Hz, It all depends on the game itself not the monitor.
For example Gta Online, Gran Turismo, Assassins Creed Valhalla are all playing 3840×2160 @ 60hz. While games like Call of duty Modern Warfare(2020 release) and MLB The Show 22 are running at 1920×1080 @ 120hz.
Overall I have no complaints and I think this is very well worth your money, I was hesitant at first because theres so many monitors out there to choose from and I decided to try out Gigabyte and I am not disappointed at all.
dont believe me? Try it out for yourself. You wont return, I guaranteed you that.
UPDATE: I’ve noticed a lot more issues pop up while using this monitor, including broken HDR, a pixel stuck on red (and 50% blue?) in the center of my screen, failure to interface with my PC’s sleep mode, and more.
I can’t reasonably recommend this monitor for most people anymore. Do not get this monitor if you want to do HDR gaming or video editing. It’s a toss-up as to what software will actually work with this monitor and what software will just cause annoying screen flickering.
From what I can tell, this isn’t an issue with the software I’ve tried, but rather the monitor. HDR works fine with Sea of Thieves, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Star Wars Battlefront II; but does not work with No Man’s Sky and Destiny 2.
One more minor gripe that I have with this monitor is that it seems to stay permanently on when a device is connected and turned on. This means that if my PC’s screens go dark while I’m away from my computer, when I come back this monitor will display a solid black screen, but will clearly be lit up.
Due to all of this, I’m downgrading my review to a 2/5. The price point is still good, but if I could go back, I would choose another monitor and pay a little extra. Sorely disappointed with my experience so far.
— original review below — Great monitor. I have no issues with the display quality, everything looks wonderful. I’d give this 5/5 if not for a few minor gripes. The controls are a little confusing to use and don’t work unless you have a machine turned on and connected to the monitor.
This was mainly an issue while setting up my PC, but it could be a larger problem for folks who change inputs often. Additionally, it can take a little while to recognize new inputs, about twice as long as most displays I’ve used.
Again, not an issue for me, but could be for others. The last issue is that the USB hub continues trying to find a connection for a while after the PC is turned off and the monitor’s disconnected from the PC.
This is beneficial for people who want to charge off the monitor, but I have a backlit keyboard and a light-up mouse connected, which flash a lot if they aren’t connected to the PC. Would be nice if there was an option for this.
Overall, 4/5, I’d recommend this monitor to anyone who wants a good 144hz gaming experience at a good price.
The last mile for your gaming system As an unseen player, monitor is often being underestimated. The truth is monitors form as a synergistic effect and bring out the best performance of PC components.
GIGABYTE gaming monitors offer the ultimate specifications and quality, users can truly enjoy upscale performance without the need for extravagance. One For All KVM feature allows you to control multiple devices via one set of keyboard, video and mouse.
With our exclusive KVM button, you’ll find switching devices cannot be any easier! Quick like a snap! 0. 5ms Response Time The SuperSpeed IPS technology reduces the response time to 0. 5ms; meanwhile offering the IPS-grade splendid color! QHD & 170Hz High resolution and fast refresh rate, giving you the detailed display quality and fluid gaming experience! 8-bit color, 92% DCI-P3 Fantastic color display and 95% DCI-P3 super wide-gamut color.
Simple but stylish The streamline appearance represents the simplicity of the GIGABYTE gaming series design philosophy, sturdy stand and matte finish built for functional and aesthetic features adding more to the characteristics.
Perfect Viewing Angle GIGABYTE Gaming monitor features an exclusive stand that’s ergonomically designed to offer extensive range of height and tilt adjustments.
ASUS VA24EHEY Eye Care Monitor features 23. 8 inch IPS panel with Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, providing 178° wide viewing angle panel and vivid image quality. Up to 75Hz refresh rate with Adaptive-Sync technology to eliminate tracing and ensure crisp and clear video playback.
In addition, it also features TÜV Rheinland-certified Flicker-free and Low Blue Light technologies to ensure a comfortable viewing experience.
HDCP, Skin-Tone Selection, Trace Free Technology, ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (ASCR), ASUS Splendid Video Preset Mode, ASUS QuickFit Virtual Scale, ASUS GamePlus, ASUS VividPixel Technology, Low Blue Light Mode, Flicker Free technology, ASUS EyeCare Technology, Adaptive-Sync technology, Color Temperature Selection, frameless bezel design, Bluelight Filter
21.3 in x 8 in x 15.9 in – with stand
VGA HDMI DVI-D
Display Position Adjustments
VESA Mounting Interface
100 x 100 mm
Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
Security Slot Type
Kensington security slot
AC 120/230 V (50/60 Hz)
Power Consumption Operational
Power Consumption (Typical)
Power Consumption (Off Mode)
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions & Weight Details
With stand – width: 21.3 in – depth: 8 in – height: 15.9 in – weight: 7.9 lbs Without stand – width: 21.3 in – depth: 1.7 in – height: 12.8 in – weight: 7 lbs
Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)
TCO Certified Displays 8
ENERGY STAR Certified
Reviews From Real Customers
I purchased this when it was on sale for $99, so I’m reviewing it at that price. There are a bunch of variants with different accessories and features, but this is the barebones model. The EyeCare features do a nice job of softening the bright blues to different levels, and the default “Splendid Mode” presets seem nice enough.
I’m using SRGB because it seems like the most neutral color profile. I’m using this on a budget gaming PC. It syncs nicely with my Nvidia GPU using Adaptive Sync, and will l lock the video card at 75FPS (to match the 75Hz of the monitor) or, when turned on, allow the card to rocket up to its maximum gpu.
I don’t notice any obvious tearing when the game is running at 150+FPS. The stand is pretty springy if your desk gets bumped, but the VESA holes in the back mean you have lots of options for upgrades! Just sitting there, the monitor looks pretty stunning with the super thin plastic bezel.
I got this monitor to replace one that wasn’t working. I run 2 monitors and I spent 1 1/2 days trying to get this thing hooked up. I finally discovered that I needed a cord to connect to the DVI outlet.
The package didn’t have a cord for this. They had one that hooked up to HDMI, but that wasn’t enough. Fortunately, I still had a cord from the old monitor and as soon as I installed that it came on. Aside from that cluster, the picture is incredible! As it sits next to my other monitor which is several years old, the difference in clarity and color are huge.
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