Razer releases its first monitor, Raptor 27

by October 23, 2019 0 comments

When talking about computer peripherals, Razer is perhaps the first company that comes to the mind. They have become the Apple of peripherals, with state of the are engineering and pricing just as high. The Raptor 27 is Razer’s first monitor and like their other products, it is just as high end. 

The Raptor 27 is a 27 inch monitor with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and resolution of 1440p. It was first displayed at CES 9 months ago, but it is available for purchase now. The monitor will support AMD’s FreeSync technology and has also been certified as a G-Sync compatible monitor by NVIDIA. And it is Razer, so the monitor obviously has full RGB support which can be customised with Razer Synapse. The base also features channels for better cable management, which is quite neat. 

With all these specs, also comes a price to match. The monitor is priced at $699.99 which is quite steep. Many other monitors with the same specs cost lower on sites like Amazon and I am sure that this will be the main issue for gamers.  

Here are the complete specs: 

  • 27″ Non-Glare WQHD IPS Display 
  • Fast 144Hz Refresh Rate and wide color gamut with HDR support 
  • Ultra thin bezels at 2.3mm 
  • Adaptive display via AMD FreeSync 
  • 90° tilt for easy setup and access to ports 
  • Built-in CNC cable management system 
  • USB-C power delivery to charge mobile devices 
  • Razer Chroma™ with 16.8 million colors for customization 
  • 27″ WQHD (2560 x 1440px) resolution 
  • Non-Glare IPS Display with up to 178° wide viewing angles 
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms with Ultra Low Motion Blur 
  • HDR400, 10-Bit dimming processor 
  • 95% DCI-P3 wide color gamut 
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio 

INPUT & OUTPUT 

  • HDMI 2.0b 
  • DP1.4 
  • USB-C (Support for DP1.4 in Alt-mode) 
  • 2x USB3.2 Gen 1 Type-A Passthrough 

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