X= XG27CURV 27″ Curved Full HD VA 75Hz Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync HDMI Gaming Monitor with Speakers

£104.50

  • 27-inch Full HD CURVED VA Monitor with Speakers – 4ms (G2G) response time and 75Hz refresh rate for fast and smooth gaming.
  • Bezel-less Matt Black Design for a stunning viewing Xperience, VESA Mount 100x100mm.
  • Features Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync technology to eliminate screen tearing and choppy frame rates – Plus supports Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync using HDMI 1.4 with AMD Radeon graphics cards.
  • Signal Input: 1x HDMI 1.4, 1x VGA / Resolution: 1920×1080 @ 75Hz
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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by Amazon Customer

    this monitor is absolutely amazing. I paid the same money a year ago for a 1080p monitor and this monitor is so much better in every way. it has an ips panel, bright colours, 1440p, 165hz which is absolutely amazing for £200. everything around the same price point has issues and isn’t worth it but this monitor beats them all without a doubt. everything feels smooth quick and accurate.
    it’s really good for games like Fortnite and also really good for games that require good quality. couldn’t recommend this monitor more

  2. 08

    by Amazon Customer

    The media could not be loaded.

     Just bought opened it plugged it in and there’s flashing on the screen and it’s really dim, no brightness at all. Really disappointed as I spent a lot on this for me and this is what I get.

  3. 08

    by Alex wraith

    Great screen appears to have better resolutions and looks higher def than many competitors!
    Price is great value for money – albeit the brand I am not familiar with -this doesn’t however hinder the quality of the product and I am very surprised at just how thin this monitor is – design is sweet!

  4. 08

    by Top Cats

    I must admit – I wasn’t out to buy a new monitor. It was ‘Black Friday Week’ (that well-known festive season) and I got an email from another retailer advertising an inexpensive ultrawide monitor. As I’ve recently got into simracing I was going to take the plunge for the ability to have a higher field of view. On the off chance there was something better going I quickly searched on Amazon and found this one.

    And I’m so glad I did – this thing is awesome! The monitor I was looking at peaked at 75hz refresh rate – this goes up to 200hz! If you’ve not used a high refresh rate monitor before all I’ll say is that it’s not something you need – but you’ll miss it when it’s gone. Just using day-to-day Windows feels so much smoother.

    I got this to replace 2 old 23″ 1080p monitors. In my day job (programmer) I normally rely quite heavily on a multi-monitor set up to work on one screen while looking at information on the other. In all honesty once I finally get my office (spare bedroom!) set up properly I will reintroduce the second monitor. However – working with an ultrawide only has been quite a neat experience – especially on Windows 11. Full screen apps when you need them – otherwise side-by-side windows when you need that dual view.

    I’ve tried my MacBook Air M1 on this too – connecting it via DisplayPort gets me full 2560×1080 and goes the full 200hz (I didn’t know Macs supported that!). Talking of ports – there are 2 HDMI and 2 DisplayPort. The monitor switches to whatever one is active or manually via an on screen menu. This is the usual “guess which button on the monitor does what” type of scenario until you get used to it.

    The menus offer a fair bit of image customisation and also includes a funky ‘picture in picture’ option where you can show 2 connected devices at once (also offers side-by-side view). It’s a bit of a fiddle to set up using the menus but this is a really neat feature.

    Image quality is awesome – with deep black levels, HDR and vivid colours. I’m sure some people would say that the colours ‘pop’ but that makes them sound like a bottle of champagne or a zit – so I’ll say they’re vivid.

    I’m only rocking an old 1060 GTX but it’s been driving this monitor like a charm – including a few lighter requirement games at the full 200fps. I must admit anything over 120hz I can’t really tell the difference! Games that offer full ultrawide support are a sight to behold (RE Village with HDR is amazing) – although be warned – not all games want to play ball. Some tend to stretch a 16:9 image to the full viewport. Borderless fullscreen is your friend here in my experience.

    It has sound – that’s the kindest thing I can say really. It’s not quite as bad as a frisky gnat – but close. I’m surprised manufacturers are shipping with this quality these days but here we are. The monitor has a 3.5mm audio out for connecting speakers (which I really recommend). It’s worth connecting them through the monitor – especially if you are expecting to connect multiple devices. You can also manually select which input will be delivering audio – very useful for the aforementioned picture-in-picture mode.

    So – great picture, awesome features and I can finally see cars when they’re next to me in Automobilista 2. At an excellent price – well recommended.

    /Andy

  5. 08

    by Oscar

    Bought a Philips evnia 27-inch curved FHD trying to save some cash as I have 3 monitors. It was hellish, so bad I sent it back 5 minutes after I got it. Then I found this one. The picture is amazing, you will find lots of gaming reviews for this monitor but not much on web use. Anyway its crystal clear with amazing color accuracy out of the box. Worth the money for sure. Negatives: Not VESA, not many settings for the RGB, and some backlight bleeding but not noticeable in most use cases. Highly satisfied with these for my use case. Will see how long they last.

  6. 08

    by Amazon Customer

    Okay so the overall looks of the monitor are leaving a lot to be desired. The stand is awful , the sound passthrough jack has a weird noise interference , the osd menu is pretty bad as well. At first glance i thought i was going to return it , but decided to plug it in and give it a shot anyway. And i am glad i did that, because what hides behind all of that is a briliant fast ips screen with very little motion blur and great colors (i didnt notice much of any). The ips glow is a bit on the bad side but nothing unusual for an ips especially at this budget. Since i only paid £210 at the time of writing, for a 27 inch 165hz 1440p ips panel this is very cheap, its basically competing with more premium 1080p monitors on price. Yes it doesnt have speakers, but it does have vesa mount so if you already have an arm, or plan to getting one, and just want a decent quality cheap screen, give this one a shot. I was pleasantly surprised, not often you see companies forgoing “fancy looks” over functionality.

  7. 08

    by Zickle Zeb

    The display is crisp and excellent quality. Colours are lovely. Highly recommend. My last one, different make was more expensive but no where near as good quality as this one. Highly recommend.

  8. 08

    by Alex wraith

    The monitor is great, has high resolution, high refresh rate, great screen size, feels good, the curve is great and overall a very good experience for the price. However, I will note that setting up the stand is very hard to do, and has a risk of falling off. The stand it comes with is bulky, intrudes into the desk space too much and overall quite low quality. The stand aside, great monitor. Also, a problem with many monitors which I didn’t think could be fixed is all those smears on the screen which don’t go away. However, this is not present on this monitor.

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