27" Hazro HZ27WC/HZ27WA LED IPS Widescreen Professional Monitor (Glass and non-glass available) - £391.99 @ Overclockers - HotUKDeals
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The HZ27WA and HZ27WC are Hazro's new line of WQHD resolution monitors built around LED backlight IPS panels. Featuring a 2560x1440 resolution [WQHD], these monitors are ideal for creative professionals and gamers who demand nothing but the very best. IPS panels are preferred for their superior true color values, the most consistent image and a superior viewing angle as compared to other LCD technologies.

The HZ27WC features the same high resolution LED IPS panel found in the HZ27WA without scaling functionality. Video content bypasses scalers making the HZ27WC ideal for gaming and multimedia video production. The superfast 6ms response [grey to grey] minimises streaking and ghosting resulting in visibly less smear and blur around fast moving objects.

Features:-
- LED Backlight Standard Color Gamut S-IPS
- 2560x1440 Resolution
- 1000:1 / 1,000,000:1 (Dynamic)
- 178/178 Viewing Angle
- 420cd/m Brightness
- 6ms gtg response time
- 72% NTSC / 100% sRGB coverage
- 1 x Dual Link DVI-D
- 2.5mm Audio out
- Kensignton Security Port
- 8bits [16.7Million colors]
- Dual Link DVI-D Cable, 2.5mm Audio Cable, 24V External Power Adapter, UK
- PIP/POP, Mapping: Not Supported
- Only available to customers in the United Kingdom
- 3yr RTB Warranty (UK customer only)
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#1
Glass Version

http://img130.imageshack.us/img130/852/hazro.jpg
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Edited By: mamboboy on Jun 15, 2011 15:45: ff
#2
Good luck getting any heat.

Expensive PC peripherals generally dont go down well here unless its at a ridiculously low price from Aldi.
#3
WANT :|
3 Likes #4
Great screen.

FYI this uses the same IPS panel found in the Apple Cinema Display (£918!)

OCUK forum members (with 250 posts) get free delivery too.


Edited By: Nuwidol on Jun 15, 2011 16:14: Added free delivery info
#5
any one know if these are suitable for gaming?

thanks

just read the description, doh. that'll teach me.

cracking deal.

Edited By: zurich on Jun 15, 2011 16:04: i'm a numpty
1 Like #6
Amazing desktop photo!!
#7
zurich
any one know if these are suitable for gaming?

thanks


Very good apparently. Under 9ms for input lag in real world testing & hardly any ghosting

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/content/hazro_hz27wa.htm
#8
Frickin awesome screen...really tempted to bust the bank for a long lasting quality display like this :(
#9
so, glass or non-glass?
2 Likes #10
jtjt
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Amazing desktop photo!!

For sure! If only it were mine eh? X)

zurich
so, glass or non-glass?

It all depends on your room layout really. Glass gives the effect of deeper blacks and more vivid looking colours (due to the light refraction I guess). But on the other hand, if you have a window facing the screen at any angle look forward to spending a lot more time admiring your reflection, or living with the curtains drawn!



Edited By: mamboboy on Jun 15, 2011 16:11
#11
Oh man, I want that so badly.

Anyone know what Hazro are like for build quality/reliability? It was only a couple of years ago I paid that price for a 24" HP IPS!
#12
That is a stunning price for a 27" 2560x1440 display. But the Apple cinema display is the one to get for upmost quality.

Edited By: joeybutterface on Jun 15, 2011 16:55
#13
that looks so nice....
#14
fantastic price for a monitor of that resolution!
#15
yus786
WANT :|


Want too :(

It sounds like my dream monitor.
#16
damn, and i bought 2 ultrasharp u2311h's a few months back...2 of these would have been mad as...
#17
better than a two 23" monitor set-up
#18
I don't need one of these, but at this price, even I am tempted.
I'm loving that super high resolution.
#19
striker33
Good luck getting any heat.

Expensive PC peripherals generally dont go down well here unless its at a ridiculously low price from Aldi.


Good luck trying to find a product anything like this elsewhere. Ironically, the nearest you'll get is Apple's Cinema Display which is over twice the price of this.


Edited By: Skyboat on Jun 15, 2011 18:25
#20
joeybutterface
That is a stunning price for a 27" 2560x1440 display. But the Apple cinema display is the one to get for upmost quality.


I'd still get 2 of these.
#21
Not great for gaming, but very few screens that size are.
Still, I've love to have one :D.
#22
Ooh, tempting. But I have 3 screens already, totally not needed :-)
#23
jukkie
Not great for gaming, but very few screens that size are.
Still, I've love to have one :D.


Why's it not good for gaming?

Edited By: daz316 on Jun 15, 2011 18:35
#24
Shame theres no HDMI or does it not really matter compared to DVI-D?
#25
Seems an astonishing price for a 27" professional class monitor. Heat!
1 Like #26
I have been waiting for a 27-30" ips monitor for a while now, went for this in the end over the Apple monitor so hope it is as good as it looks! Going to be using it for motion graphics and 3D/animation, so went for the glass version... review here: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/hazro_hz27wa.htm

P.s. Have some heat for saving me at least £300 by not buying the Apple screen. (And yes I know it's not going to be as good a quality case as used on the aluminium Apple screen but the picture will which is the most important thing to me!)

Thanks again mamboboy

Edited By: dejonge3 on Jun 15, 2011 18:50
#27
Well I've bought my first IPS panel around a year ago and won't go back to TNs. Pretty good for gaming too although of course depends on the panel as some are better than others.
#28
nice, was in the market for a new screen.. this may be the one. One question though, glass or non glass?
#29
Oh that's an amazing price. I wish I could afford this.

Very hot!
#30
Nearly £200 more for the A model.
#31
daz316
jukkie
Not great for gaming, but very few screens that size are.
Still, I've love to have one :D.

Why's it not good for gaming?
6ms G2G isn't great, but finding a good screen that size with better response times is difficult.
It'll probably be fine for most casual gamers, I'm just extremely fussy :{.

If I was in the market for another large screen I'd still get this one. Pretty much everything will look amazing on it.


Also, gamers need to be aware that playing graphic intensive games at the native res on maxed detail settings will need huge amounts of GPU power, but it would look pretty damned good.



Edited By: jukkie on Jun 15, 2011 19:21: .
1 Like #32
My wife is gonna shoot me when delivery guy will knock on the door with this monitor :)
heat added !!!
#33
Stonking. Stunning piece of glass.
#34
looks amazing.

just imagine these beauties in an eye-finity setup oO
#35
Anyone know of similar resolution, but cheaper? Not at all fussed about the quality, but I constantly run out of screen space.
#36
The website says

"The downfalls of glass fronted panel is ... the manufacturing process can lead to dust particles been trapped between the panel and the glass which can sometimes be spotted when up very close to the screen and with certain solid coloured backgrounds"

and when I was looking to getting one of these in the past I read that people were complaining about this.

What's this retailer like with returns if I get one and find this unacceptable?

Also what is the dead pixel policy, it used to be terrible, has Hazro improved it.

FWIW I've voted hot as I think this is a good deal, but those two issues stopped me getting one in the past, has anything changed? I use a solid black background most of the times and the dust problem or dead pixels would drive me (more) mad.
#37
jukkie
daz316
jukkie
Not great for gaming, but very few screens that size are.
Still, I've love to have one :D.


Why's it not good for gaming?

6ms G2G isn't great, but finding a good screen that size with better response times is difficult.
It'll probably be fine for most casual gamers, I'm just extremely fussy :{.

If I was in the market for another large screen I'd still get this one. Pretty much everything will look amazing on it.


Also, gamers need to be aware that playing graphic intensive games at the native res on maxed detail settings will need huge amounts of GPU power, but it would look pretty damned good.



i sold my 28" viewsonic VX2835WM which had 2ms responce rate as the contrast was a low 800:1. but otherwise no problems with framerates for ps3, 360 or PC running a GTX 275. now I replaced with the 27" LG W2753V which has excellent contrast so gaming & movies dark scene look much better. this monitors 3ms grey to grey but cant tell the difference :)

you need a 27" monitor to appreciate 1080p gaming. 1680x1050 is ok for 22" gaming :)

especially playing modern warfare 2 @ 1080p (forget crappy black ops)
http://m.lg.com/uk/it-products/images/lg-widescreen-W2353V-3_4-large.jpg

you are right about playing @ extreme resolutions. it did straing my 8800gtx when I first played 1080p games so upgraded to gtx 275. so if you play max res on this hazro then chances are it'll make your pc look poop. fry your PSU or make you spend serious money trying to get 60+ frames. unless you already spent £2k on tour i7 PC :D

Edited By: montana78 on Jun 15, 2011 20:32: pc
1 Like #38
Useaname
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What's this retailer like with returns if I get one and find this unacceptable?

Also what is the dead pixel policy, it used to be terrible, has Hazro improved it.


Google for user reviews on Overclockers. You'll find those interesting to say the least.

As for dead pixel policies - those do not exist in the consumer end of the market - only between businesses and their suppliers. The Sale of Goods Act will put paid to any retailer trying to impose one on you. If you find any, send it back under the Distance Selling Regulations. You have seven days.
3 Likes #39
joeybutterface
That is a stunning price for a 27" 2560x1440 display. But the Apple cinema display is the one to get for upmost quality.


This is the exact same LG panel as the Apple cinema display, with the exact same WLED backlighting. You'd be a fool to get the Apple one, it's twice the price! Unless of course you must have everything fruit-related...
1 Like #40
Since when do “Professional” monitors come with a Return to Base Warranty! Ridiculous, otherwise looks interesting.

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