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27” HP X27i 1440p 144hz 4ms Freesync Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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  • Resolution: QHD (2560 x 1440)
  • Response Time: 4 ms
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Viewing Angle: 178H/178V
  • VESA: 100mm
  • Inputs:
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2

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ZeldaBoy asked this question on 09-20-2021 at 11:46 AM
09-21-2021 at 06:19 AM
Assuming you mean the current x27q, this is no way better. The z27q is IPS (better viewing angles, more pop in color) and a slightly higher refresh rate (165hz). Plus it doesn't look like an alien bled on the stand.

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I have this monitor. It's decent, but a bit of an older stye/tech. $240 was regular price at BB a few months ago, and I got it for $170 when they had a special.
For $240 there are better options out there.

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Anyone know anything about these monitors?
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Anyone know anything about these monitors?
It says Brightness is up to 350nits which to me is average and it's an IPS. I think LG has a better panel but at this price it's not bad at all.
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Is this better than HP X27q for the same price??
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Is this better than HP X27q for the same price??
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Is this better than HP X27q for the same price??
Where can you get a x27q for the same price?
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I know it's a gaming monitor but is this a good monitor for color grading?
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I've had the hp 25x 1080p TN panel for about 3 years now. I put it side by side with an lg 27" 1440p ips and could barely tell the difference after calibration (except for text - pixel density was just slightly in favor of the lg 27"). Color and brightness were very surprisingly excellent for the hp25x TN panel. If the hp27i is similar I'd recommend it for sure.

I use my 25x for 144hz gaming and digital art/photoshop.
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I will say this. I have the LG UltraGear 27GL850-B and it is fine, but the HDR10 on it, like a lot of monitors, is just for marketing. It doesn't really work. So, don't let HDR10 be a deciding factor. If I had know that, I might of bought this. But I don't like the green accents on this monitor, even though they are a match for the green on my HP laptop!
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I've had the hp 25x 1080p TN panel for about 3 years now. I put it side by side with an lg 27" 1440p ips and could barely tell the difference after calibration (except for text - pixel density was just slightly in favor of the lg 27"). Color and brightness were very surprisingly excellent for the hp25x TN panel. If the hp27i is similar I'd recommend it for sure.

I use my 25x for 144hz gaming and digital art/photoshop.
What about the viewing angle?
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I have this monitor. It's decent, but a bit of an older stye/tech. $240 was regular price at BB a few months ago, and I got it for $170 when they had a special.
For $240 there are better options out there.
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I know it's a gaming monitor but is this a good monitor for color grading?
An IPS monitor would offer far superior colors imo.
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I have this monitor. It's decent, but a bit of an older stye/tech. $240 was regular price at BB a few months ago, and I got it for $170 when they had a special.
For $240 there are better options out there.
Link to an alternative? This seems pretty good for an ips 144hz panel
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An IPS monitor would offer far superior colors imo.
This monitor is IPS.
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