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AOpen 27" Quad HD 2K IPS FreeSync Gaming Monitor SCAN EXCLUSIVE £189.97 at Scan (+£11.50 P&P or Free C&C From Bolton Store)
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AOpen 27" Quad HD 2K IPS FreeSync Gaming Monitor SCAN EXCLUSIVE £189.97 at Scan (+£11.50 P&P or Free C&C From Bolton Store)

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Posted 8th Jun

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Quad HD but the specs say 1080? Strange.

Still looking for the magic 27", 144Hz, IPS, 1440p monitor...
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Quad HD but the specs say 1080? Strange.

Still looking for the magic 27", 144Hz, IPS, 1440p monitor...
Says refresh rate 75hz but title says 144hz how does it work?
If size is not an issue, there are a plethora of 32" 1440p monitors for around the £200 mark (delivered) on amazon with similar specs.
Edited by: "freakstyler" 8th Jun
Just say 1440p. '2k' means different things to different people.
Seanspeed08/06/2019 18:07

Just say 1440p. '2k' means different things to different people.


Including Scan, since the resolution listed is 1080p, which is actual 2K...
1440p panel but only 75hz.
Bought this 3 days ago for the above price. Very impressed with it so far, looks nice, stand is fairly sturdy, colours are really vibrant being an IPS panel. No dead pixels and minimal light bleed. Apparently AOpen are a sister company of Acer and use the same panels

Can confirm it's 1440p and 75hz.
BattleMoose8708/06/2019 19:16

Bought this 3 days ago for the above price. Very impressed with it so far, …Bought this 3 days ago for the above price. Very impressed with it so far, looks nice, stand is fairly sturdy, colours are really vibrant being an IPS panel. No dead pixels and minimal light bleed. Apparently AOpen are a sister company of Acer and use the same panelsCan confirm it's 1440p and 75hz.


Cn you confirm if it's QHD(1440p) or FHD(1080p) please?
fleischyy08/06/2019 20:56

Cn you confirm if it's QHD(1440p) or FHD(1080p) please?


QHD
I was considering this Aopen monitor with the Electriq one as shown in the thread below. I went for the Electriq one because it's £10 cheaper and it has HDR and runs at 95Mhz. Ordered yesterday and suprisingly arrived today.
Have not open the box yet so can't comment. Will reply when I try it next week

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ah_heng08/06/2019 22:03

I was considering this Aopen monitor with the Electriq one as shown in the …I was considering this Aopen monitor with the Electriq one as shown in the thread below. I went for the Electriq one because it's £10 cheaper and it has HDR and runs at 95Mhz. Ordered yesterday and suprisingly arrived today. Have not open the box yet so can't comment. Will reply when I try it next week https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/electriq-27-qhd-1440p-95hz-freesync-hdr-ips-monitor-19997-at-laptopsdirect-3231386?page=2#comment-37798457


Try it nooooooooow! We need to know!
Charliejaymie09/06/2019 09:04

Try it nooooooooow! We need to know!


Definitely not today as kids having birthday party first thing on Monday
Kids have birthdays every year, this deal might expire before you give us you review. Prioritise! 😄
Charliejaymie09/06/2019 09:08

Kids have birthdays every year, this deal might expire before you give us …Kids have birthdays every year, this deal might expire before you give us you review. Prioritise! 😄


Hahaha ha... it’s just a monitor!!!! And as if I can choose
Charliejaymie09/06/2019 09:04

Try it nooooooooow! We need to know!



I've got one. Its pretty good, colours are relatively accurate out of the box although I did fiddle with the gamma as it seemed too high. 95hz and Freesync work well with a range of 30-95. There is some glow in the corners but if you lower the brightness/contrast (It was too high for my liking anyway) its much less noticable.

HDR is only basic 400 so not really worth bothering with for me personally. Response times are reasonable without any noticable blurring or ghosting with overdrive setting enabled. Overall definitely worth it for the price. Using it as a second monitor with an MSI QHD for main display but have done gaming on this one and it was perfectly fine.
Charliejaymie08/06/2019 16:38

Quad HD but the specs say 1080? Strange. Still looking for the magic 27", …Quad HD but the specs say 1080? Strange. Still looking for the magic 27", 144Hz, IPS, 1440p monitor...


what about this one? ebuyer.com/819…ppb
BlackwellTV11/06/2019 07:56

what about this one? …what about this one? https://www.ebuyer.com/819378-exdisplay-hannsg-hq272ppb-27-wqhd-2k-ips-monitor-ebr1-hq272ppb


Looks good, but is that 144Hz?
Charliejaymie11/06/2019 08:23

Looks good, but is that 144Hz?


I don't think it is. The search continueeees!!
So....this just arrived. It's being recognised by windows as a 4k monitor!? It's native resolution is 1440p but it handles 4k too?!
Mine arrived today too, didn't show as a 4k here, just the expected 1440p. I am using the displayport connection though. For anyone else considering this monitor, i'm pretty happy with it after having tried a few different ones recently. What I've found so far...

Colours are kinda warm by default, but I prefer a warmer display anyway.
Freesync works fine with nvidia drivers over DP, only tried the default 48-75 range.
Uniformity seems decent, no obvious tinting across solid white when fullscreen.
My screen has some minor bleed on a black fullscreen in two of the corners, but I've seen much worse.
Gamma curve at the default 2.2 is fairly accurate, dips to 2.1 at midgrey but using the 2.4 setting corrects midgrey to perfect 2.2.
No gradient banding at all, whether using limited or full RGB, or 8 or 10 bpc colour depth, that's pretty nice.
You can get into the service menu by holding the button above the joystick while switching on the display, this will move the menu to the top left of the screen, go up once to access service menu.
From the service menu, panel is an M270DAN02.5 QA, which is an AUO panel according to panelook, and it's used in some of Acer's other 1440p monitors that cost 250-300 quid or more.
Motion blur is about what you'd expect from a 75Hz panel, I haven't tried the TVR backlight strobing thing yet.
Stand is kinda wank with only tilt adjustment, but it doesn't wobble very much at least.

Overall I'm pretty happy with it, especially for £190. Picture is infinitely better than the typical 6bit+FRC IPS panel you normally get in the sub-200 quid price range, none of those faint vertical lines on blues/oranges etc. This seems like it's a keeper and my monitor search is finally over, touch wood.37852402-0ZciO.jpg
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