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ElectriQ 27" Full HD 144Hz Freesync HDR Gaming Monitor £155 @ Debenhams plus
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ElectriQ 27" Full HD 144Hz Freesync HDR Gaming Monitor £155 @ Debenhams plus

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Posted 28th Aug 2018
  • Screen size: 27”
  • Resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080)
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • Refresh rate: 144Hz
  • Response time: 5MS (1ms GTG)
  • Maximum power consumption: 44W
  • Ports: 2 x HDMI, 2 x DisplayPort, 1 x Audio out
  • VESA: 100 x 100mm
  • Brightness: 350 cd/m²
  • Speakers: 2 x 3W
  • Dimensions: W615 x H456
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Been thinking about this, anyone know if it's a poor quality TN or VA??
Wow, really nice deal, thanks for sharing! Is it IPS display? Not expecting much due to the price especially with it being 144hz, but I saw the 5ms response time and thought to myself if it was an IPS display, since IPS is generally slower than TN displays.
Nothing wrong with a TN panel, my monitor cost me £450 (mg278q) and it's a TN panel. Looks mint when I'm gaming at 144hz.
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benhawkins27 m ago

Been thinking about this, anyone know if it's a poor quality TN or VA??



Since they talk about rich colours, I am guessing IPS; VA would cost more (I think).

The brand has a very poor track record for reliability, spares, repairs, or any information about what is inside their products; earlier screens used very poor quality panels made in Turkey, and equally poorly made circuit boards.

I wouldnt buy one; but from the constant upvotes, they are loved by the buyers of cheap, unreliable tat.
That's a pretty impressive spec for £140... 144 Hz, supports HDR, has AMD FreeSync and a 1ms GTG response time.

Does anyone have this monitor to confirm the display quality?
Edited by: "AndyBarney" 29th Aug 2018
Seems a very good price, but surely a 'fake' RRP considering it is laptopsdirect own OEM branding for this monitor. Cannot find out at all what panel this uses but surely TN at this price point.
Showing as £159 for me
cthomas957128/08/2018 15:22

Nothing wrong with a TN panel, my monitor cost me £450 (mg278q) and it's a …Nothing wrong with a TN panel, my monitor cost me £450 (mg278q) and it's a TN panel. Looks mint when I'm gaming at 144hz.


Nothing wrong with a TN panel at all, apart from you have poor viewing angles deviating from the centre and depending on the quality of the panel questionable colour accuracy and contrast.
cicobuff28/08/2018 15:59

Nothing wrong with a TN panel at all, apart from you have poor viewing …Nothing wrong with a TN panel at all, apart from you have poor viewing angles deviating from the centre and depending on the quality of the panel questionable colour accuracy and contrast.


Sweet becasue I game right in front of my screen.
cthomas95718 m ago

Sweet becasue I game right in front of my screen.


Yep, so with a higher refresh rate and utilising it for gaming the disadvantages don't affect you.
Been holding out for a cheap 144hz but still not sure on this brand. Heat given though. I'll wait for some feed back from a fellow gamer
Currently looking for something with these specs. Can't seem to find a trustworthy review though
showing as £175 for me
3 reviews on site that rate it pretty high and yeah gone up to £175 now
£159.97 at laptops direct
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