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27" Acer Nitro XF272UP Quad HD Gaming Monitor, 2560x1440, 144Hz, 1ms, HDR, FreeSync, 400cd/m² £294.78 delivered @ scan
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The brightness on this is awful at 300 nits. Especially when they are claiming it’s HDR which you really want about 1000 peak nits
RossC9119/10/2019 07:57

The brightness on this is awful at 300 nits. Especially when they are …The brightness on this is awful at 300 nits. Especially when they are claiming it’s HDR which you really want about 1000 peak nits


HDR on monitors is the biggest scam out there. they claim again and again that they have HDR but yet rarely get above 400 nits even on the high-end monitors. It's quite shocking
Shinobei19/10/2019 08:58

HDR on monitors is the biggest scam out there. they claim again and again …HDR on monitors is the biggest scam out there. they claim again and again that they have HDR but yet rarely get above 400 nits even on the high-end monitors. It's quite shocking


I guess it’s technically true but misleading to people who don’t know what they should be checking. I’m sure there are a few reviews of this online and all are pretty bad, mainly due to the brightness, even on max it’s pretty dark. Considering an iPhone 11 pro can get up to 4x brighter than this...
RossC9119/10/2019 12:27

I guess it’s technically true but misleading to people who don’t know what …I guess it’s technically true but misleading to people who don’t know what they should be checking. I’m sure there are a few reviews of this online and all are pretty bad, mainly due to the brightness, even on max it’s pretty dark. Considering an iPhone 11 pro can get up to 4x brighter than this...


Agree.
'technically correct' allows so much misleading advertising.
They should really be forced to change stuff like this
RossC9119/10/2019 07:57

The brightness on this is awful at 300 nits. Especially when they are …The brightness on this is awful at 300 nits. Especially when they are claiming it’s HDR which you really want about 1000 peak nits



300 nits is extremely bright outside of HDR.
md119/10/2019 23:49

300 nits is extremely bright outside of HDR.


I’d disagree that 300 peak brightness is bright. Especially when other parts of your screen will be lower. Watch the reviews of this side by side with other monitors and you’ll see it’s very dark
RossC9120/10/2019 09:24

I’d disagree that 300 peak brightness is bright. Especially when other p …I’d disagree that 300 peak brightness is bright. Especially when other parts of your screen will be lower. Watch the reviews of this side by side with other monitors and you’ll see it’s very dark


To be fair, I've got a qLED 1440 VA gaming monitor that is only 300 nits and it is very bright but I think that's something to do with the really high contrast ratio on the qLED panels.
RossC9120/10/2019 09:24

I’d disagree that 300 peak brightness is bright. Especially when other p …I’d disagree that 300 peak brightness is bright. Especially when other parts of your screen will be lower. Watch the reviews of this side by side with other monitors and you’ll see it’s very dark



You shouldn't be using a high brightness for SDR content, especially not on IPS/TN monitors with a low contrast ratio. My monitors are both set to 0% brightness (around 120nits), and it's still too bright given my current lighting arrangement.

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