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Lenovo announce Y27g 27" Curved 144Hz G-Sync Monitor

Lenovo announce Y27g 27 inch Curved 144Hz G-Sync Monitor

Lenovo announce 27

Lenovo announce Y27g 27" Curved 144Hz G-Sync Monitor

 

Lenovo have announced a new Y27g 27" Curved 144Hz G-Sync Monitor which uses a VA panel, has a built in USB 3.0 hub and has a height adjustable stand. 

The monitor will have a resolution of 1080p and will a 8ms grey to gray response time and feature a 3000:1 contrast ratio and 178/178 viewing angles. This monitor will include full support for Nvidia G-Sync through DisplayPort.  

 

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Alongside the 4x USB 3.0 hub the monitor will have a dedicated headphone port and headphone hanger. Right now we are not sure if this monitor will include any external connectors other than DisplayPort. 

Lenovo will be releasing this monitor in around June for the price of $549 US, though Razor will also be releasing thier own branded version of this monitor for $599, though the Razor version will include it's own integrated Lighting system that is designed to match with Razer Chroma keyboards and mice. 

 

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13-02-2016, 08:11:26

AlienALX
Fair play to Lenovo they are really trying hard to appeal to every one. I actually expected that monitor to be far cheaper than it is tbh. They do some banging value laptops and tablets.

However I still don't see the point of curved screens, unless you sit with your head within the curve so it fills your peripheral vision which this obviously wouldn't. Maybe when they are wrap around will I sit up and take notice but I just don't get how they can change anything using normal viewing distances.Quote

13-02-2016, 08:26:28

Dicehunter
8ms grey to gray ? seems awfully high.Quote

13-02-2016, 18:42:00

xnax2802
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
However I still don't see the point of curved screens, unless you sit with your head within the curve so it fills your peripheral vision which this obviously wouldn't. Maybe when they are wrap around will I sit up and take notice but I just don't get how they can change anything using normal viewing distances.
Yeah, this is a 27" 16:9 monitor. The curve makes absolutely no sense...Quote

13-02-2016, 18:49:37

Kushiro
Why G-Sync with below average response time. Wonder how it will play out.Quote

16-02-2016, 07:23:08

jimma47
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Originally Posted by xnax2802 View Post
Yeah, this is a 27" 16:9 monitor. The curve makes absolutely no sense...
Unless you have three of them...Quote
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