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Philips
« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2017, 09:00:50 pm »
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Philips 272B7Q-P

Review by Les Numeriques

The Philips uses a fake frame-less (all frame-less monitors have perceived black depth ruining inner black bezels) matte 27" 2560x1440 LG IPS panel with a height adjustable stand, built in web camera, 3x USB ports, HDMI, Displayport in, Displayport out for daisy chaining, VGA and 3.5mm audio in and out.  Its color presets are very accurate, it has fast pixel response times, can be considered delay free, but has average contrast of around 800:1.

Philips 272B8QJEB

Review By Belgium Hardware & Measurements
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Qnix
« Reply #16 on: July 31, 2017, 09:03:48 pm »
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Qnix QX2710 Multi Hot

It's the same as the QX2710R, but has a nice brushed dark matte grey bezel which vastly increases the perceived black depth while the QX2710R uses a glossy black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth, but has more inputs and costs more.  I recommend buying the Multi Hot over the others since I have tested it.

It can be overclocked to 87hz via Dual-Link DVI without skipping or dropping frames.

Review by NCX

Qnix QX2710R


Review by Playwares
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The updated DP Multi True 10 is much better than the original since it is actually PWM/Flicker free, has double the contrast, faster and actually competitive pixel response times, and more accurate colour presets.  It is one of the best budget, multi-input matte 1440p options, but the slightly more expensive Asus PB278Q/PB278QR is better.  The QX2710R has faster pixel response times (less ghosting) and higher contrast than the QHD2730R, but the QHD2730R uses a PLS panel with less glow.

Qnix QX2730R

Review by Playwares.

The QHD2730R is similar to the QX2710R, but uses a PLS panel.  It's a great budget multi-input matte choice, but the slightly more expensive Asus PB278Q/PB278QR is better.
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Samsung
« Reply #17 on: July 31, 2017, 09:07:27 pm »
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Samsung S27A850D

Discontinued 2011-2012 matte 2560x1440 Samsung PLS panel.

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Samsung S27D850T

Review by NCX
Review by PRAD

The S27D850T has the most accurate (best) color presets out of all of the 27" AHVA/IPS/PLS monitors I reviewed, but is only LED PWM Dimming/Flicker free down to 30% Brightness (172cdm/2) and the black+silver matte bezel ruins the perceived black depth and makes black look uneven.  Black looks much darker near the bottom of the display compared to the silver bezel, and much lighter from the top to about 30% from the bottom as well as light compared to the matte black bezel.


Samsung S27H850QFI

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (=DEAD=)

Samsung S27H850QFU


Review by Belgium Hardware
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Viewsonic
« Reply #18 on: July 31, 2017, 09:15:33 pm »
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Viewsonic VP2770

Discontinued 2012 matte 2560x1440 Samsung PLS panel.

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Viewsonic VP2772

The VP2772 should only be purchased by those who need a wide gamut monitor.  The VP2772 is currently the best wide 27" gamut options under 1000$ since both the Asus PA279Q and Dell U2713H suffer from the same, very obvious overshoot ghosting which can even ruin normal desktop use, and are not as good

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Viewsonic VP2771

Review by Toms Hardware


Viewsonic VP2768

Review by PRAD


Viewsonic VX2778

Review by PRAD

The Viewsonic uses a fake frame-less (all frame-less monitors have perceived black depth ruining inner black bezels) matte 27" 2560x1440 LG IPS panel with a non-height adjustable stand, but it is VESA compliant.  It has Displayport, HDMI, Mini Displayport, a 3.5mm audio output, outstanding color preset accuracy and above average contrast (950:1 measured by PRAD).


Viewsonic XG2703-GS

Review by Alexander Gryzhin (bad uniformity)
Review by PC Monitors
Review by Playwares
Review by Toms Hardware

The Viewsonic XG2703-GS uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel (M270DAN02.3), a nearly grain free matte coating, has excellent color presets, a nice dark matte black bezel which increases the perceived black depth, very fast pixel response times and a 165hz refresh rate. G-Sync (compatible Nvidia GPU required) works from 30-165hz/FPS, and eliminates screen tearing and lag.  The Viewsonic XG2703-GS also has ULMB (back-light strobing, excellent 1080p scaling unlike the Asus PG279Q, and superior 60hz overdrive with less overshoot ghosting than the Acer XB271HU.  The Viewsonic XG2703 is the best all around 27" 1440p AHVA 144-165hz monitor with Nvidia G-Sync for PC and console gaming, and watching 1080p content.
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