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Iiyama ProLite B2783QSU 27" LED 1ms QHD 2560 x 1440 Resolution £239.52 @ CCL

£239.52 @ CCLOnline
The ProLite B2783QSU is an excellent 27” QHD LED-backlit monitor bringing the world of Business and Gaming together. The monitor offers accurate and consistent colour reproduction with wide viewing an… Read More
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The ProLite B2783QSU is an excellent 27” QHD LED-backlit monitor bringing the world of Business and Gaming together. The monitor offers accurate and consistent colour reproduction with wide viewing angles and a sharp high resolution 2560x1440 panel. Its ergonomic stand offers 13cm height adjustment with pivot and swivel, making this screen suitable for a wide range of applications and environments where workplace flexibility and ergonomics are key factors. This monitor supports FreeSync™ technology, offering gamers the chance to experience fluid and fracture free gaming. Triple input (DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort) and a USB HUB ensure compatibility with your desktop PC or Notebook.

BLUE LIGHT REDUCER

As we all know looking at a monitor screen for several hours per day, especially form a closer distance, causes eye fatigue. This effect is much stronger with computer screens than with TV equipment. One of the factors responsible for this phenomenon is the blue light emitted by the screen. Therefore reducing the amount of blue light ultimately allows our eyes to feel less tired while working long hours with a computer screen. We achieved it by adjusting the monitor's brightness and color temperature through a new feature called “Blue light reduction” easily accessible through the monitor’s OSD menu.

OVERDRIVE ON / OFF

When very fast graphics are displayed your monitor can sometimes get blurry. Turning on the OverDrive feature will eliminate that.

SPEAKERS AND HEADPHONES

Playing with friends? Use the integrated high quality speakers. Don’t want to disturb anybody? Plug your headset to the headphone socket and turn the volume up.

Main Features:

27 inch LED backlit LCD display with TN panel

Native resolution: 2560 x 1440 ( 3.7 megapixel)

Contrast ratio 1000 : 1 typical

Brightness: 350 cd / m2 typical

Response time 1 msec

Input connectors: DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort

2 x 2W Stereo Speakers

Anti-theft-device: Kensington-lock prepared

100 mm VESA mounting

Colour: Black
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2 Likes #1
Got this for £229 from CCL a few weeks ago. Cracking screen, great resolution, adjustable height, swivel, and tilt stand, and the built in speakers are not too ropey.
#2
Very nice
#3
is this 60hz refresh rate?
#4
JustExtreme
is this 60hz refresh rate?
yes
I have this monitor, only bad thing is the low freesync range (50-70)
#5
menzah
JustExtreme
is this 60hz refresh rate?
yes
I have this monitor, only bad thing is the low freesync range (50-70)
think you can do some tweaks to enable frame doubling
1 Like #6
This would be alright for gaming?. I know it's not 144hz before anyone says anything.

Unless someone has a decent link for a good gaming monitor with 144 sub 250.
#7
Looks like a good price, I have just ordered a Dell Ultrasharp UP2516D 25-Inch QHD for the same price and now am wondering which wod be better.
2 Likes #8
crumpetman
Looks like a good price, I have just ordered a Dell Ultrasharp UP2516D 25-Inch QHD for the same price and now am wondering which wod be better.

The Dell is an IPS panel which makes it many times better than this budget TN.
6 Likes #9
weiran
crumpetman
Looks like a good price, I have just ordered a Dell Ultrasharp UP2516D 25-Inch QHD for the same price and now am wondering which wod be better.
The Dell is an IPS panel which makes it many times better than this budget TN.

That's simply not true and it completely dependant on the use case. At this price you cannot get low response IPS monitors, on the cheaper scale you also have light bleed as a standard issue. Spend 400+ and sure IPS is the weapon of choice.

There's a reason Benq/iiyama and Acer use good quality TN for their gaming ranges, the response times are simply better, at the cost of some colour reproduction.

Ignore the advertised response times (GTG) as they're not real world, research measures response times (usually 15ms+) and importantly if you're gaming, input lag!

http://www.displaylag.com/exposed-input-lag-vs-response-time/

Research is king, so whilst Weiran made a valid point if you're in the graphics design business, gaming is somewhat different.

I have a iiyama GB2488HSU-B2 24" 144hz "1ms" freesync monitor, which is a TN, primarily used for gaming, but it's absolutely fine when using a decent .icc file with proper calibration.

If you do plan on gaming, get a freesync/gsync monitor, it's totally worth the outlay, wave goodbye to tearing!
banned 1 Like #10
weiran
crumpetman
Looks like a good price, I have just ordered a Dell Ultrasharp UP2516D 25-Inch QHD for the same price and now am wondering which wod be better.
The Dell is an IPS panel which makes it many times better than this budget TN.

"Many times" is a touch hyperbolic. I've had this monitor for 3-4 months now, and moved to it from an IPS. The colour reproduction, contrast etc on this screen is marginally worse, but only marginally. It's still perfectly suitable for photo and art work and it's great for gaming too
1 Like #11
Wings18
This would be alright for gaming?. I know it's not 144hz before anyone says anything.
Unless someone has a decent link for a good gaming monitor with 144 sub 250.

Course it'd be alright for gaming. Such a marketing hype built up in the industry that every panel needs to be 1593483Hz or it'll suck at gaming. Nonsense.

I've used a Crossover Blacktune from Korea since they were available. Has 8ms response time and is IPS, yet I still absolutely kick ass in Battlefield.

The industry make out a higher refresh monitor is suddenly going to make you F4tal1ty or something.
#12
No 144Hz :(
#13
Has it any anti glare coating like the dells
#14
jordy92
Has it any anti glare coating like the dells

It's matt. No glare on my iiyama TN.
#15
How about sRGB?
#16
Ordered it thanks. Seems like a decent shout for my home office. I don't game much, more presentations and maybe throw sky go on every now and then.. Should do the job and I was more keen on 1440p than 144hz.
#17
Any good for occasional gaming and design work? Fallout 4, Skyrim, GTA V. Photoshop.

Ok to use with a nvidia 980ti?

Edited By: daBluone on Sep 05, 2016 13:44
1 Like #18
I really rate Iiyama monitors, I've used my 24" Prolite every day for about 7 years, including gaming, and it shows no sign of giving up any time soon, but I am starting to think it's a bit small and would like a higher refresh rate, so thinking of making it my second monitor.

This deal is really tempting, I like the idea of two Prolites side by side on my desk... however I know what I really want is a 27" 1440p 144hz monitor. I can't justify a £240 spend for a monitor that doesn't quite tick every box, much as I'm tempted to order this for the bigger screen, higher resolution and a nice dual Iiyama Prolite setup.

So conflicted!... Heat added, just not sure if I will order! Definitely a quality monitor if refresh rate is not a concern.
#19
So what is better in a monitor ? Is it the hz or resolution like 2k or 4K ?
#20
Colonelpanic
I really rate Iiyama monitors, I've used my 24" Prolite every day for about 7 years, including gaming, and it shows no sign of giving up any time soon, but I am starting to think it's a bit small and would like a higher refresh rate, so thinking of making it my second monitor.

This deal is really tempting, I like the idea of two Prolites side by side on my desk... however I know what I really want is a 27" 1440p 144hz monitor. I can't justify a £240 spend for a monitor that doesn't quite tick every box, much as I'm tempted to order this for the bigger screen, higher resolution and a nice dual Iiyama Prolite setup.

So conflicted!... Heat added, just not sure if I will order! Definitely a quality monitor if refresh rate is not a concern.


Do you know of any 27" 144hz 1440p monitors with good RT for 240?
#21
Can't see a reason for that much heat as it's available for 250 normally
#22
Not IPS ..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#23
gordies
Got this for £229 from CCL a few weeks ago. Cracking screen, great resolution, adjustable height, swivel, and tilt stand, and the built in speakers are not too ropey.
£10 more for one without a crack in the screen - im all in.
#24
hybridandy
No 144Hz :(

Not yet. Once 144 Hz monitors with this spec are this price I am also all in. It is perfect except for the refresh rate.

majorpain
So what is better in a monitor ? Is it the hz or resolution like 2k or 4K ?

If you don't game then you don't have to worry about refresh rate.


Edited By: ttttd on Sep 05, 2016 21:14
#25
Wings18
Colonelpanic
I really rate Iiyama monitors, I've used my 24" Prolite every day for about 7 years, including gaming, and it shows no sign of giving up any time soon, but I am starting to think it's a bit small and would like a higher refresh rate, so thinking of making it my second monitor.

This deal is really tempting, I like the idea of two Prolites side by side on my desk... however I know what I really want is a 27" 1440p 144hz monitor. I can't justify a £240 spend for a monitor that doesn't quite tick every box, much as I'm tempted to order this for the bigger screen, higher resolution and a nice dual Iiyama Prolite setup.

So conflicted!... Heat added, just not sure if I will order! Definitely a quality monitor if refresh rate is not a concern.


Do you know of any 27" 144hz 1440p monitors with good RT for 240?


Nope, which explains why I still haven't bought a monitor. You're looking at £400+ for one from a reputable brand which meets my requirements (though there are Korean monitor brands like Crossover and Pixio which come close at nearer this price). As I said, this looks a very good monitor for the price.
#26
Colonelpanic
Wings18
Colonelpanic
I really rate Iiyama monitors, I've used my 24" Prolite every day for about 7 years, including gaming, and it shows no sign of giving up any time soon, but I am starting to think it's a bit small and would like a higher refresh rate, so thinking of making it my second monitor.
This deal is really tempting, I like the idea of two Prolites side by side on my desk... however I know what I really want is a 27" 1440p 144hz monitor. I can't justify a £240 spend for a monitor that doesn't quite tick every box, much as I'm tempted to order this for the bigger screen, higher resolution and a nice dual Iiyama Prolite setup.
So conflicted!... Heat added, just not sure if I will order! Definitely a quality monitor if refresh rate is not a concern.
Do you know of any 27" 144hz 1440p monitors with good RT for 240?
Nope, which explains why I still haven't bought a monitor. You're looking at £400+ for one from a reputable brand which meets my requirements (though there are Korean monitor brands like Crossover and Pixio which come close at nearer this price). As I said, this looks a very good monitor for the price.

Thanks for the heat everyone. I did hesitate but i think this is still a very good monitor considering the price.
But yes, if i had £400 then i would have probably gone for this one which might be what you're looking for ie 144Hz:
http://www.box.co.uk/AOC_27_AG271QX_68.6cm_(27)_LCD_Monitor_1950020.html
(Maybe i should post it as another deal)
The brand is AOC but it still gets good reviews. It's their better monitor
#27
TN Panel..

Says it all, look elsewhere.
#28
Doesn't look bad, what I really had in mind was something like this:

https://m.cclonline.com/product/189602/MG278Q/Monitors/Asus-MG278Q-27-inch-WQHD-TN-Gaming-Monitor-1000-1-350cd/m2-2560x1440-1ms-DisplayPort/HDMI/DVI/MON3398/

For about the same price as this Iiyama, you can have a 100hz refresh rate if you don't mind importing from Korea via eBay!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/152211345002
#29
Colonelpanic
Doesn't look bad, what I really had in mind was something like this:

https://m.cclonline.com/product/189602/MG278Q/Monitors/Asus-MG278Q-27-inch-WQHD-TN-Gaming-Monitor-1000-1-350cd/m2-2560x1440-1ms-DisplayPort/HDMI/DVI/MON3398/

For about the same price as this Iiyama, you can have a 100hz refresh rate if you don't mind importing from Korea via eBay!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/152211345002


I suppose you're likely to run into import VAT on that?
#30
ttttd
Colonelpanic
Doesn't look bad, what I really had in mind was something like this: https://m.cclonline.com/product/189602/MG278Q/Monitors/Asus-MG278Q-27-inch-WQHD-TN-Gaming-Monitor-1000-1-350cd/m2-2560x1440-1ms-DisplayPort/HDMI/DVI/MON3398/
For about the same price as this Iiyama, you can have a 100hz refresh rate if you don't mind importing from Korea via eBay!http://www.ebay.com/itm/152211345002
I suppose you're likely to run into import VAT on that?

And potentially a damaged screen from transport?
#31
Now £280

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