If you can’t decide which of the countless 27-inch monitors is best for you, you’ve come to the right place.
Today, after several requests, we will see together what are the best 27-inch monitors for every need: from graphics to office work, from gaming to home use.
And in some cases, even all the functions above put together!
We will try to understand the strengths of each one, and I will help you to evaluate which is the perfect “target” of each 27-inch monitor that we will discuss. For example:
- Is the QHD sufficient? Or is 4K better?
- Is it a valid monitor “despite the FHD”?
- Response time and frequencies: do they make it the ideal gaming monitor? (For Ps5 the speech is separate, we have seen the most suitable monitors for virtual workers here).
- The reliability of the colors, the brightness, the viewing angles… deserve it?
These are just some of the questions we’ll answer when we see the 27-inch monitors we’ll see today.
The size of 27 inches is my absolute favorite: since I started using it I have not been able to stop ( and as a true nerd that I am, I admit that the fact that in NASA’s Mission Control they use the 27 inches has not affected me. little ).
For this reason, in today’s ranking, I paid particular attention.
Because these are, indeed, wonderful monitors to use.
27 Inch Monitor: Updated RANKING
1. LG – 27UL650
The LG 27UL650 is the 4K version of the LG UL line of monitors, a series that has impressed countless customers around the world.
The aesthetics of the LG 27UL650 have not changed much from the 27UK650, but it remains modern and attractive. The frame is available in matte white on the back combined with a silver stand that gives a sophisticated look in contrast to the monitor. The monitor is bezel-less on three sides, except for a lower strip that houses the LG logo.
We are talking about a 27-inch 4K monitor that sports an IPS panel with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 px, a refresh rate of 60 Hz, and a response time of 5 ms. This model is also DisplayHDR 400 compliant, but the backlight is limited to 350 cd / m2 while the contrast ratio remains at 1000: 1. LG has not used Nano IPS technology on this variant, so it is unable to offer extended range coverage and particularly high contrast levels.
Motion handling is one of the strengths of LG’s IPS monitors as blurring and ghosting are minimized. True, for some, the refresh rate is limited, but that’s nothing the built-in overdrive function can handle. Selecting the “faster” option from the settings substantially improves the image without overshooting, so I highly recommend turning it on.
Finally, we note that this LG signed 27-inch 4K monitor has FreeSync, so it will work great with AMD’s upcoming high-end GPUs. G-Sync compatibility mode is supported, but not guaranteed as 4K monitors are known to have various issues when trying to activate the feature. The input delay is limited to 9.5ms, so there are no delays or instances of “de-sync” when playing videos.
All in all, this remains a very good value for money 27-inch monitor. Low input lag and 4K resolution make it the ideal choice for those who want to upgrade from HD to 4K.
- Excellent value for money for a 4K
- Rotating display
- Excellent resolution and size allow for multitasking
- The input lag is very low
- Wide viewing angles
- Lack of compelling HDR performance
- No support for local dimming
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2. Dell – U2719D
Dell remains the world leader in business and office monitors.
Dell’s UltraSharp 27 Monitor (U2719D) is an ideal 1440p office monitor for those who have to spend many hours in front of their PC. It packs a wealth of comfort features and some useful ports, but its absence of a USB Type-C video input puts it at a slight disadvantage over otherwise similar monitors.
From a design point of view, Dell stands out. The display looks highly professional, with an incredibly clean and elegant all-around look and I can’t imagine an office where it would look out of place.
Ports include an HDMI connector, a DisplayPort, a DisplayPort out (for configuring multiple monitors), as well as an audio out and two USB Type-A 3.0 ports plus two of the same on the left side of the display.
It does not include speakers, but if you need it, it allows you to use the built-in speakers of a connected laptop.
Good viewing angles, good maximum brightness (340 nits), and a very good contrast ratio. Even the “out of the box” settings are well-calibrated and therefore ready for use immediately. Additionally, the backlight does not flicker at any brightness level, making it suitable for use during long work sessions.
For all those who need to work with color, this 27-inch monitor offers an average dE of <1.0 e. Designers and photographers will certainly be happy to work on this device, especially given the 99% sRGB coverage.
Thanks to its super-slim bezels, the U2719DC can easily be used in a configuration of multiple monitors, which can be connected via DisplayPort.
While Dell doesn’t offer an inexpensive solution, it does offer an aesthetically beautiful 27-inch monitor, as well as solid and structured for long work sessions. PS: if this happens to you, pay attention to it: it is the monitor used to date in the NASA mission control room!
- Excellent sRGB color coverage
- Adjustable in height and rotation
- Dual DisplayPort connectors support daisy-chained monitors
- QHD resolution (1440p)
- Non-integrated speakers
- USB C not included
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3. BenQ – EW2780U
The BenQ EW2780U is a 27 inch 4K monitor designed to suit all uses. The display is great for working without straining the eyes, has eye-saver technology, a type c connection to connect it to laptops, is equipped with 4K, minimum response times (4ms), and excellent frequencies (75 Hz) even for gaming.
In terms of design, the monitor is presented in an excellent way. BenQ uses a unique metallic brown finish which adds a truly premium look.
The EW2780U offers 99% sRGB color gamut coverage with a 1300: 1 native contrast ratio. Images and videos are excellent, with lifelike colors that stand out. The panel eliminates reflections.
This monitor also features BenQ’s HDRi technology, which goes beyond standard HDR. It uses a built-in light sensor and selector button (front-mounted) to actively optimize content based on the source and ambient light conditions. The result is excellent in any light conditions.
The performances allow you to range from office work to entertainment without problems. 60Hz refresh rate and 5ms response time. Contrast is rated at 1300: 1, while the backlight sits at 350 cd / m2, which is sufficient for everyday use.
The BenQ EW2780U is a great choice if we want a high-quality monitor for mixed or daily use. It’s a good option if we’re cross-platform gamers, but it’s a great solution even if we need a screen with excellent color accuracy. The connectivity layout makes it a practical choice for both 4K consoles and USB-C laptops.
Personally, I would have asked this monitor only for the ergonomic display stand (which is fixed instead), but this certainly does not compromise the final quality of the result. A top-notch 27-inch monitor that fits everything.
- Fantastic color accuracy
- Many customization options
- Excellent viewing of documents, no ghosting
- Integrated speakers
- Height not adjustable
- USB-C limited to 60 Watts
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4. ASUS – ProArt PA278QV
The ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV is a great 27-inch QHD monitor intended for professionals who work with colors, in all their forms.
We specify that this is a monitor that competes with professional design displays, it also gives double the price.
Superb ergonomics (height and swivel adjustable), high peak brightness, and wide viewing angles make it suitable for almost any type of workspace.
It comes with excellent color accuracy out of the box and has an excellent SDR color gamut. It does not support HDR. Note of merit for the “Calman Verified” brand. This is Calman Software certification to assess whether a display has met the criteria for editing and reviewing video post-production. The certification evaluates color temperature, gamma curve, and delta E.
It is factory pre-calibrated for Delta E <2 rated color accuracy.
It has impressive gaming performance despite its professional-looking design, as it has a minimal fast response time, Adaptive-Sync support, and a 75Hz refresh rate that makes fast movement smooth enough.
Unfortunately, it has a low contrast ratio and not very high black uniformity, which is reasonable in IPS panels. On the plus side, it provides a generous number of USB ports and even has a couple of built-in speakers.
I honestly think that the fact that it is called ProArt is an understatement. It is a monitor capable of adapting to everything from the office to gaming. Of course, it is designed for professional graphic designers, but it is a device capable of making any professional fall in love.
- Excellent value for money
- High Pixel Density (QHD)
- Precise factory calibration, accurate and consistent colors
- Fully ergonomic stand and rich connectivity options
- AMD FreeSync up to 75Hz
- Low contrast ratio
- No HDR support
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5. ASUS – ROG Strix XG27WQ
ASUS ROG Strix XG27WQ is a 27-inch QHD gaming monitor with 1500R curvature.
It was clearly born with the aim of establishing itself among the good-level gaming monitors capable of offering resolutions higher than the classic FHD.
The technical features are absolutely interesting: refresh rate of 165 Hz, a response time of 1 ms, 125% sRGB color coverage, and compatibility with DisplayHDR 400.
Featuring a curved VA panel, the ROG Strix XG27WQ also offers 92% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, offering a higher refresh rate and particularly low response times. It also offers a contrast ratio of 3000: 1, much higher than the typical contrasts we have become accustomed to this type of panels.
The XG27WQ uses ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync (ELMB SYNC) technology which achieves a 1ms response time. FreeSync Premium Pro compatibility with a 165Hz refresh rate makes ROG Strix XG27WQ a perfect option for those looking for a particularly smooth display.
Asus has also tried to add an ELMB blue reduction mode, against eye strain, although it’s not that phenomenal. Overall the XG27WQ is a very good 27-inch gaming monitor. Thanks to the fluidity of the display, it is one of the best QHD gaming monitors.
The fact that it’s curved isn’t that punchy in terms of diving, but it certainly gives it a lot of appeals.
- QHD resolution
- Very high contrasts
- Minimal response times and high frequency
- Realistic colors
- At 600 euros it’s expensive (but it’s often on offer)
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6. LG – Ultragear 27GN850
Let’s move on to a 27-inch monitor among the best ever among the QHDs.
The LG UltraGear 27GL850-B is truly an excellent 1440p monitor. Thanks to an excellent response time (1ms) and combined with the 144Hz frequency it results in an exceptionally sharp movement in any area, with almost no blurring behind fast-moving objects.
Based on a Nano IPS panel with 98% DCI-P3 color gamut (135% sRGB), the LG UltraGear 27GL850 delivers beautiful, vibrant colors with dithered 10-bit color support.
Plus, colors stay perfect at virtually any angle thanks to wide 178-degree viewing angles.
The monitor also supports HDR (High Dynamic Range), as well as it can accept the HDR10 signal from compatible content and display it, but it lacks local dimming for a noteworthy HDR viewing experience.
NVIDIA has certified this 144Hz gaming monitor as G-SYNC compatible, so you’ll be able to take full advantage of VRR even if you have an NVIDIA graphics card (requires a GTX 10 series GPU or newer).
The contrast ratio ranges from ~ 700: 1 to 1,000: 1 depending on the particular monitor unit, which is pretty much the standard for IPS panel displays.
If you were to place the LG 27GL850 monitor next to a VA panel display, which has a contrast ratio of 2,500: 1 to 3,000: 1, you’d notice that blacks aren’t that deep and that the overall relationship between darker and hues brighter are not so vivid. This is normal, as no panel technology is perfect.
VA panels may have the best contrast ratio, but their response time is much slower, at least in this price range, and their colors aren’t as realistic as those in IPS models like this one.
It has a good height and tilt adjustment, which is not to be taken for granted in 27-inch PC monitors. It has excellent gray uniformity, which is important for browsing the web or opening documents.
All in all, the LG 27GL850 is one of the best 27-inch QHD gaming monitors around today. Capable of delivering incredibly vivid and accurate colors, as well as smooth and flawless gaming performance.
- Wide range of colors
- Very smooth in gaming
- Compatible with G-SYNC
- Ergonomic design and rich connectivity options
- Limited FreeSync range on HDMI
- Average contrast ratio
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7. BenQ – PD2705Q
The BenQ PD2705Q sports a 27-inch AH-IPS panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, a refresh rate of 60Hz, and a response time of 5ms. The backlight is found at 300 cd / m2, while the contrast ratio is at 1000: 1 like most IPS panels. This model is also advertised as being HDR compatible, but it doesn’t reach the HDR 400 specification, so it means it can only translate HDR signals in the best possible way.
QHD screens fit perfectly on a 27-inch monitor as the pixel density offers an excellent balance between visibility and sharpness. We won’t need any scaling while gaining double the pixels on the display.
The BenQ PD2705Q isn’t particularly impressive when it comes to pixel responsiveness, but that’s understandable since it’s a 60Hz display that’s not meant for gaming. Fast-paced scenes can reveal some persistence and traces, so you need to use the monitor’s overdrive or AMA function to alleviate the problem.
The BenQ PD2705Q like many of its siblings is not compatible with FreeSync and G-Sync as it was not designed specifically for gaming. 1440p graphics can be demanding on many GPUs, so having Adaptive Sync can be useful for a target audience that loves gaming. Input lag is excellent at 10ms, so you don’t need to worry about unsynchronized instances or lags between inputs and the screen.
Do I recommend this monitor? Absolutely.
The BenQ PD2705Q is an excellent choice if you are looking for a vibrant, color-accurate display comparable to professionally designed monitors. The only weaknesses are known features: weak contrast and limited game performance.
However, we are talking about forgivable “flaws”, especially since anything better costs considerably more.
The BenQ PD2705Q is the perfect choice for a value 27-inch QHD monitor that will work flawlessly in graphics or content creation jobs.
- Excellent color gamut
- Slim and functional design
- USB-C with 65 Watt power delivery
- Height and rotation adjustment
- Average contrast
- No FreeSync / G-Sync compatibility
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8. MSI – Optix MAG272CQR
In an increasingly crowded market of gaming monitors, the MSI Optix MAG272CQR manages to find its place.
It is a curved 27-inch monitor, refreshed at 165Hz and resolution of 1440p. It, therefore, distances itself from 1080p, while 4K screens cost more.
The MAG 27 datasheet really includes a lot of what a gamer should want. First, the refresh rate, 165Hz, is enough to give game animations a dramatic boost (if your PC can handle the framerate). It’s not the highest out there, 240Hz and 300Hz monitors exist, but it’s a substantial and honest upgrade in this price range.
The second aspect not to be overlooked is the response reduced to 1 ms.
In terms of connections, the MAG has the usual DisplayPort and HDMI (two of the latter), but something more than many others: USB-C. The USB C connection allows for a video and audio connection to an external laptop, such as a mac.
The MAG is compatible with AMD’s FreeSync, like most new monitors, but lacks the dedicated hardware to take advantage of NVIDIA’s G-SYNC system. This is not a dramatic thing, as this feature usually raises the price of a gaming monitor significantly, and NVIDIA cards now also use a FreeSync compatible mode.
All in all, we are talking about a complete 27-inch monitor, which thanks to the 1500R curvature also offers a rather engaging design during gaming sessions.
Personally, I think it’s a good monitor, but you have to pay attention to the price. At 500 euros it’s a no, but around 400 euros it’s a very interesting purchase.
- Good value for money
- 165Hz refresh rate
- QHD resolution
- Present USB C input
- Only two USB ports downstream
- Not true HDR
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9. Dell – S2721QS
The Dell S2721QS is a very good 27-inch 4K monitor, at an overall low price considering we’re talking about Dell.
It is perfect for a wide range of uses but definitely designed for the office. It has a large screen with plenty of room for multitasking, and its high pixel density results in crisp images and text.
Known for strong peak brightness (350 nits) and a static contrast ratio of 1,300: 1, decent numbers for a 4K IPS monitor at this price range.
The stand allows for a good amount of ergonomic adjustments, and the IPS panel has wide viewing angles, so you can easily share your screen with colleagues.
It has a fast response time, low input lag, and supports Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) technology to reduce screen tearing while gaming. The refresh rate is limited to 60Hz, but that shouldn’t be a problem for most people as gaming in 4k is still quite demanding.
Like most IPS panel monitors, the contrast ratio is mediocre, which results in blacks that look grayish in the dark. Note on the anti-brightness and anti-eyestrain system, which in Dell 27-inch monitors are always in line with expectations.
While there are more affordable options, the Dell S2721QS is an ideal 27 inch PC screen for those looking for a 4K IPS display with FreeSync support and a great standard sRGB color gamut, but also want a monitor with a premium and stylish design.
- Accurate and consistent colors
- Low input lag and fast response time
- Wide viewing angles
- AMD FreeSync up to 60Hz
- Fully adjustable stand
- Contrast ratio lower than others
- HDR is software emulated only
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10. ASUS – VG279Q
The ASUS VG279Q is a good 27-inch monitor, featuring a very good 144Hz frequency with a 1080p Full HD IPS panel.
We are talking about a display with a simple design but with high ergonomics thanks to the possibility of raising, lowering, and rotating the panel at will.
It offers good image quality, with very accurate colors and very good peak brightness (a whopping 400 nits), although it is a bit limited by its 1080p resolution.
In video games, 1080p isn’t that noticeable, especially if you apply some anti-aliasing effects. But if you intend to use the ASUS VG279Q for work as well, you will have to deal with inaccurate details due to the medium resolution.
The 3ms (GtG) response time speed is more than enough for a smooth and fast gaming experience without ghosting and motion blur. Basically, you get performance that’s on par with TN models, but with markedly smoother colors and wider viewing angles.
Note that motion sharpness can be further enhanced by using ASUS ‘unique Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) strobe backlight technology. To enable it, you will need to set the refresh rate to 85Hz, 100Hz, or 120Hz.
The input lag performance of the ASUS VG279Q is very good at around 4 ms, which makes this 27-inch monitor suitable for professional competitive games.
It also supports FreeSync variable refresh rate technology to reduce tearing in games. Unfortunately, as is the case with most IPS monitors, the contrast ratio is not high, (Static contrast ratio 1,000: 1 and 8-bit color depth covering the standard sRGB color gamut), but nothing that compromises the overall user experience.
Finally, we add the always welcome Blue Light Filters, Flicker-Free, and Shadow Boost to improve the details of the darker areas, and we really get a well-made monitor.
I would especially recommend it to those with slightly outdated video cards, who would struggle to process images for QHD or 4K.
- Vibrant colors and wide viewing angles
- Lots of features including AMD FreeSync and 1ms MPRT
- Fully adjustable stand
- Low input lag and fast response time
- No gamma and tonality settings
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11. Acer – Nitro VG270S
The ACER VG270 is a choice to make if we are looking for a 27-inch gaming PC monitor but at a price as low as possible.
The IPS panel offers wide viewing angles, vibrant colors, and fast response times thanks to the 2ms and 144Hz frequency. It can support HDR10 which provides adequate display capabilities.
It is a 27-inch Full HD monitor, which therefore compromises with the resolution to offer an affordable price. The zero frame design eliminates thick bezels, so you have a wide, edge-to-edge view.
In-plane switching (IPS) technology is used in the design of the device. Guarantees a wide range of viewing angles. The 144z refresh rate guarantees a good fluidity in gaming use. This offers ultra-smooth 2D motion scenes. With this fast refresh rate, the monitor reduces input lag and gives gamers a good gaming experience.
Finally, it should be noted that the Radeon FreeSync is present, to favor the fluidity of the game.
Is it the best 27-inch gaming monitor? No, it has flaws, including a low contrast ratio, shallow blacks, and slight backlight bleeding on certain occasions.
Yet I consider the Acer Nitro a good 27-inch gaming monitor, especially for the price: we will hardly find something equally good for so little.
- Good value for money
- IPS technology offers excellent colors and viewing angles
- High response times
- It features decent speakers
- It does not support height adjustments
- Light but present backlight bleeding
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12. ASUS – VZ279HE
Some of us are simply looking for a 27-inch work/entertainment monitor that does the job and costs as little as possible.
If I had to choose, therefore, a monitor trying to limit the price as much as possible, one of the choices could be the Asus VZ279HE, precisely because it manages to be a functional monitor at a very interesting figure.
It is an ultra-slim and ultra-light Full HD monitor, which offers the possibility of tilting it forward or backward.
The bezel-less design is structured to allow for multi-display configurations, so you can likely use it safely even in multi-display workplaces.
Discrete the IPS panel, which even if it does not guarantee exceptional colors, still offers good viewing angles. Mediocre contrast ratio, but at this figure on an IPS panel, it’s more than acceptable.
75 Hz refresh rate and 5 ms response certainly make it not the perfect gaming monitor, although it must be said that they are more than decent specs and in line with the price range.
Ultra-Low Blue Light and Flicker-free technology complete the picture of a PC monitor created to tire the eyes as little as possible, even for those who have to look at it for many hours a day.
Again we have the compromise of Full HD. The 1080p resolution allows you to significantly lower the price, at the cost of less sharp details.
If we’re looking for a good budget 27-inch monitor, this remains one of my favorites. The compromises are different, from “fixed” ergonomics, to the liveliness of colors and contrasts, as well as to resolution.
But despite everything it remains a functional monitor and at a good price. So why not?
- Many connections
- Good contrast ratio
- Poor contrast ratio
- Not particularly bright colors
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13. Philips – 275E1S
In this case, we are talking about a 27 inch IPS monitor born to adapt to practically all uses.
It is a 75Hz and 4ms QHD panel, therefore capable of offering discrete fluidity even in the case of gaming. The fact that it is borderless allows it to be used as dual monitors to work across multiple displays.
The Philips 275E1S is a 27-inch monitor with a resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels. The resolution higher than FHD makes it particularly suitable for office work, photo/video editing, and watching movies.
Thanks to the 104% coverage of the sRGB color space, you can see colors very faithfully. The IPS panel ensures the correct color representation from every viewing angle
We note that despite the price it is able to offer smooth and artifact-free performance with almost all frame rates and refresh times also thanks to AMD FreeSync technology.
Finally, a note of merit for the SmartContrast technology offered by Philips. SmartContrast is a technology that analyzes the displayed content by automatically adjusting the colors and controlling the intensity of the backlight to dynamically enhance the contrasts and ensure optimal digital images and videos or improve the reproduction of dark tones of video games. When Economy mode is selected, the contrast is adjusted and the backlight optimized for correct display of office applications with reduced power consumption.
Also in this case we find the Low Blue Light and Flicker-free technologies to tire the eyes as little as possible, even for those who have to stay in front of the monitor several hours a day.
This Philips 275E1S is undoubtedly a decent 27-inch QHD monitor. I consider it the perfect choice for those looking for an all-rounder QHD, at a rather rare price for this resolution.
- High resolution for the price (QHD)
- Good color fidelity
- Cleverly designed base
- Attractive looking frames
- Modest brightness
- It only supports tilt adjustment
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14. BenQ – GW2780
This monitor manufactured by BenQ represents an interesting solution if we are looking for a decent Full HD monitor at an affordable price.
It features a 27 “LED panel capable of reaching a maximum resolution of 1980 x 1080 pixels and with a refresh rate of 50 Hz combined with a response time of 5 ms.
It is therefore a monitor for the home or office, suitable for those who do not have particular technical needs. The ultra-thin frame allows you to enjoy the entire surface of the screen, eliminating distractions and giving this model a minimal and modern shape.
Brightness Intelligence technology automatically detects the intensity of the ambient lighting to adjust the displayed images from time to time.
The Low Blue Light technology instead filters the blue light to reduce eye fatigue and irritation, allowing you to work on the computer for many hours without feeling discomfort.
The brightness of this monitor is 250 nits, which is a mediocre result. The monitor is integrated with adaptive brightness intelligence technology which automatically adjusts the brightness of the monitor according to the surrounding lighting conditions.
The monitor provides a neat cable management function which is very convenient. Ports for connection include a single HDMI, display port, and VGA. Finally, note the fact that this 27-inch monitor is among the few with integrated 2W speakers.
A panel to choose from if we are looking for an FHD monitor for home use at an affordable price.
- Includes speakers
- Low price
- Effective blue light filters
- Support without any adjustments
- Mediocre brightness
- Relatively low frequency
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15. Lenovo – Q27q-1L
I consider the Lenovo Q27q-1L a 27-inch monitor among the most interesting as regards the QHD, that is the 2K.
It is a monitor with a very particular design, to be chosen if you share the “modern” vision of the Lenovo designers.
It features wide viewing angles, decent peak brightness, and excellent reflection management.
The L27q has no problem displaying light and dark shades of gray. The details of the shadows in the images are sharp and well defined, as are the details of the highlights. Viewing angle performance was also of a high standard, and in fact it is known as a monitor with incredible viewing angles.
Although it is not a gaming monitor, the FreeSync combined with the latency time of 4ms manages to make images deeply fluid and suitable for an excellent visual experience.
As I see it, the Lenovo Q27q-10 is a very interesting IPS monitor, with a unique aesthetic that can make workstations original and modern. Limit some of the typical monitor comforts, but get a nice centerpiece on your desk. It is to be appreciated that it is thin and light, but important aspects such as ergonomics or extras like USB ports have been sacrificed.
The most disappointing feature of the Lenovo Q27q-10 is the quality of the contrasts which suffers in some key points. Poor color accuracy can be corrected, but we’re limited by low sRGB coverage.
That said, it remains a unique 27-inch monitor, which tries to give a breath of fresh air to a sector that often offers monitors for several years without evolution.
If we are looking for a panel different from all the others, capable of adapting very well to work from home or office (and even to some games or movies) then it is a device to consider without any doubt.
- More than reasonable price
- Elegant design
- Compatible with G-Sync and FreeSync
- Low input delay
- Excellent management of the reflection
- Low contrast
- Ergonomics sacrificed for design
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➤ 27-inch FHD, QHD, or 4K monitor: which one should I choose?
Standard resolutions include 4K UHD (3,840 × 2,160 pixels), QHD (Quad HD, 2,560 × 1,440), and FHD (Full HD, 1,920 × 1,080). The obvious answer is that of course, 4K offers the most detailed images ever, so it would be preferable. However, we see the QHD as a winning and in my opinion just a good alternative.
FHD, or 1080p, is to be chosen if we are aiming for low budgets. I think it is ok for gaming or entertainment, but when reading or writing documents a 27-inch FHD monitor will not be perfectly sharp.
➤ How do I connect a 27-inch monitor to the PC?
To date, the main methods for connecting the monitor to the PC are HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB-C. The choice of one method rather than another depends on the type of ports the computer has or the source to connect to the monitor.
➤ Is a curved 27-inch monitor better than a flat?
Curved monitors are the best way to “stretch” a display without having to go too far. This is because you should be able to see the entire screen without moving your head. The speech is valid from 27 inches, inclusive, forward. Of course, 27-inch monitors are more beautiful to look at. But that’s another story.
➤ TN, VA, IPS panels: which monitor should I prefer?
There’s not much to worry about panel technology for a general-purpose 27-inch monitor. Just know that the cheaper TN (twisted nematic) option isn’t great, VA (vertical alignment) is slightly better, and that IPS and PLS (in-plane switching) are the same and currently the best options.
➤ Why are contrasts important on a 27-inch monitor?
Contrast is particularly important because it is the measure of the ratio between the brightness values of 100% and 0%. Higher contrast makes all images stand out more, with a much more immersive effect. Anything above 1000: 1 is fine, while from 1300: 1 onwards the monitor is of excellent range.
SO HERE ARE THE BEST 27 INCH MONITORS OF THE MOMENT!
I update the ranking periodically, so you will always find the Top of the last period.
Finally, find me in the comments below for any questions or concerns. I will gladly help you!