Razer is launching a 27-inch diagonal gamer display called the Raptor 27, and the equipment and design look very promising. Slim, only 2.3 millimeters wide, the monitor uses an unusual tripod with RGB LED-based lighting along its lower edge – which of course integrates with the Razer Chroma ecosystem. Due to the particular design of the stand, the display is tiltable, and of course, there are quite extreme options in this segment.
The new monitor is based on a 27-inch IPS panel that has an anti-reflection coating. The panel operates at a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, with a maximum brightness of 420 nits, a typical contrast ratio of 1000: 1 and a maximum frame rate of 144 Hz. The ULMB response time is only one millisecond, but the typical response time is around 7 milliseconds, which can be reduced to 4 milliseconds in overdrive mode and the viewing angles are 178 degrees.
Based on the above, the Raptor 27 has “average” features within its category, at least in terms of the above. What’s special, though, is that there is a 10-bit Dimming Processor on board that works to control the backlight. The latter contributes to the viewer being able to cover 95% of the DCI-P3 color space, making it a standout player in the gamer monitors segment.
The Raptor 27 meets the VESA DisplayHDR standard of 400 and is certified, but it also has AMD FreeSync support and even meets the requirements of Nvidia’s G-Sync Compatible program. The CNC machining stand tilts the display up to 90 degrees for convenient access to connectors and a cable management cut-out.
Video inputs include a DisplayPort 1.4 port, an HDMI 2.0b port, and a USB Type-C port, which uses DisplayPort 1.4 Alternate Mode technology and can be used to charge the notebook battery. The line ends with a headphone output and a dual-port UBS 3.0 hub.
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