GIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P

GIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P

GIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P

GIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P:our vision is to provide the best product discovery and shopping experience for our customers. Extraordinary QHD IPS monitor, BUT...Very short summary. You've read the reviews. This Monitor is excelent. Response times on this IPS panel allow for very good gaming performance and quality, and the included KVM switch is awesome for those of us that work from home, having your work laptop on one side, and your personal PC on the other. 1. NOTE that the KVM switches between two devices only: One connected through HDMI and DP, and the other (usually laptop) through USB-C. This means you must buy a USB-C to USB-C Gen 3.1 (10Gbps) cable, that is not included, AND your laptop has to have this capability as well.. so the switch is not as flexible as you'd think. 2. Yes, the panel is weird, as instead of using the much more common RGB subpixel layout, it uses that BGR one you've read so much about and how it makes text on the monitor blurry/hard to read. This, as for many others, was a big concern when buying, wondering whether it would affect me. Here's what I found: it varies from person to person. For me, setting it up for BGR in ClearType in Windows was more than enough. I can clearly see how text looks different than on my previous RGB-layout monitor, but for me, it wasn't a negative change. I see it as different, not worse. For some however, it seems to be a total deal-breaker as some report dizziness, can't properly read, or just plain that "different" text render does end up being negative for some. This is one of those products you HAVE to test to see if it works for you. Personally, it did perfectly fine for me, and found it to be an EXCELLENT QHD IPS monitor. I cannot justify paying extra for the "higher-end" QHD monitors. I can tell, I also had one of the well-known LG 27GL850 / GN / GP, and can't really recommend it anymore over this one, being 0-0 more. I do knock a star off as I, along with thousands, cannot understand why Gigabyte decided to install the panel in a BGR sub-pixel order and cause all this ruckus and create an actual need for adjustments.free shipping anywhere in the nation,max 89% off,freeGIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P

Item specifics

Condition:
Open box: An item in excellent, new condition with no wear. The item may be missing the original ...
Features:
Widescreen
Product Line:
SyncMaster
UPC:
0889523023129
Screen Size:
27 in
Brightness:
350 cd/m²
Refresh Rate:
170 Hz
Response Time:
0.5 ms
Video Inputs:
DisplayPort, HDMI Standard
Color:
Black
MPN:
M27Q
Item Length:
8in.
Most Suitable For:
Gaming
Aspect Ratio:
16:9
Brand:
GIGABYTE
Display Type:
IPS LCD
Maximum Resolution:
2560 x 1440
Contrast Ratio:
1000:1
Model:
M27Q
Item Width:
24.2in.





GIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P

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GIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P

GIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P:our vision is to provide the best product discovery and shopping experience for our customers. Extraordinary QHD IPS monitor, BUT...Very short summary. You've read the reviews. This Monitor is excelent. Response times on this IPS panel allow for very good gaming performance and quality, and the included KVM switch is awesome for those of us that work from home, having your work laptop on one side, and your personal PC on the other. 1. NOTE that the KVM switches between two devices only: One connected through HDMI and DP, and the other (usually laptop) through USB-C. This means you must buy a USB-C to USB-C Gen 3.1 (10Gbps) cable, that is not included, AND your laptop has to have this capability as well.. so the switch is not as flexible as you'd think. 2. Yes, the panel is weird, as instead of using the much more common RGB subpixel layout, it uses that BGR one you've read so much about and how it makes text on the monitor blurry/hard to read. This, as for many others, was a big concern when buying, wondering whether it would affect me. Here's what I found: it varies from person to person. For me, setting it up for BGR in ClearType in Windows was more than enough. I can clearly see how text looks different than on my previous RGB-layout monitor, but for me, it wasn't a negative change. I see it as different, not worse. For some however, it seems to be a total deal-breaker as some report dizziness, can't properly read, or just plain that "different" text render does end up being negative for some. This is one of those products you HAVE to test to see if it works for you. Personally, it did perfectly fine for me, and found it to be an EXCELLENT QHD IPS monitor. I cannot justify paying extra for the "higher-end" QHD monitors. I can tell, I also had one of the well-known LG 27GL850 / GN / GP, and can't really recommend it anymore over this one, being 0-0 more. I do knock a star off as I, along with thousands, cannot understand why Gigabyte decided to install the panel in a BGR sub-pixel order and cause all this ruckus and create an actual need for adjustments.free shipping anywhere in the nation,max 89% off,freeGIGABYTE M27Q 27in 170Hz 1440P