HP 27Q Review: 27″ FreeSync Monitor

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From casual gaming to streaming the latest entertainment, this vivid 27-inch diagonal QHD brings your content to life. Plus, with bold colours and a realistic picture—your view is always eye-catching. The PLS monitor models are designed with PLS (Plane to Line Switching) display technology which…

Last updated on 17th January 2021 11:21 pm

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Price history for HP 27q monitor (AMD FreeSync, DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D, 2560x1440, 60Hz, 5ms)
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  • £199.99 - 24th December 2020
  • £169.99 - 13th December 2020
  • £173.99 - 6th December 2020
  • £199.99 - 11th November 2020
  • £245.00 - 9th October 2020
  • £199.99 - 2nd October 2020
  • £231.70 - 23rd September 2020
  • £229.99 - 30th August 2020
Since: 30th July 2020
  • Highest Price: £249.99 - 30th July 2020
  • Lowest Price: £169.99 - 13th December 2020

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Specification: HP 27Q Review: 27″ FreeSync Monitor

Types of Ports Available HDMI 2.0
Resolution 2560 x 1440
Screen Size 27 "
Item Weight (KG) 4.3 kg
Reponse Time (ms) 2 ms
Refresh Rate Hz 60 hz

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  1. daren

    To be a honest I have a 1080 P monitor And I could not tell the difference Maybe a little bit Crisper But not very much It has a wobbely stand And the back lcd bleed is terrible Viewing angles are terrible Yes I know it is a Tn panel but so is my old Monitor But the viewing angles are no way near as bad

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  2. Mr F Blurton

    pleasingly clean and simple design, with more than adequate picture quality for my purposes. The screen does not tilt further forward than perpendicular, and the stand does not adjust up or down, but I think most screens are like this. The screen does not usually switch on with the PC, and certainly not if you put the PC in sleep mode. This can be overcome by never turning the power off at the wall, so when you turn the PC off the screen shuts down into its own sleep mode – but please note that I have not ascertained whether this is a fault of my PC (very probably) or the screen

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