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Hannspree HQ271HPG LED monitor 27" 2K WQHD 1440p 2560x1440 IPS Monitor £192.19 delivered from Ballicom
Hannspree HQ271HPG LED monitor 27" 2K WQHD 1440p 2560x1440 IPS Monitor £192.19 delivered from Ballicom

Hannspree HQ271HPG LED monitor 27" 2K WQHD 1440p 2560x1440 IPS Monitor £192.19 delivered from Ballicom

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Because 1080p is for suckers and console kids.

Great price for a 2k 27" monitor with full UK warranty and apparently these can be Hz overclocked if that's your thing.

Product Features

27" Big Screen And 2560X1440 WQHD High Resolution
The HQ271HPG with a 2560x1440 WQHD (Quad HD) resolution offers superior picture quality and sharp images. You can enjoy over 77% more work space and higher ppi compared to conventional 1920x1080 FHD monitors. The panel provides 109 pixels per inch (ppi) allowing users to view greater image detail, providing extra working space to spread out and work, plus allows to enjoy games or movies in their original size and 16:9 aspect ratio.
Vivid Images, Lifelike Visuals The Technology WITH 178° Ultra-Wide View Angles
The HANNspree HQ271HPG features a LED-backlit HS-IPS panel with a 178° ultra-wide viewing angle on both horizontal and vertical planes, thereby minimizing color shift even when viewed from extreme angles. that minimizes color shift on both horizontal and vertical planes to ensure quality visuals from almost any direction. It delivers improved color accuracy plus increased energy efficiency. HQ271HPG uses a 178°(H)/178°(V) ultra-wide viewing angle Full HD HS-IPS panel that eliminates color shift from almost any direction and in nearly all environments.
Extensive Connectivity
The HANNspree HQ271HPG features a host of connectivity options that include HDMI and DVI for native WQHD, plus D-Sub VGA for Full HD 1080p content transmission.
Speakers And Headphones
The HQ271HPG has twin built-in 3W speakers that provide quality audio for a completely immersive home theater experience. Built-in speakers make it easy to catch up with family, friends and colleagues. For movies, music, games and more, you'll enjoy quality audio without the hassle of connecting external speakers. Don't want to disturb anybody? Plug your headset to the headphone socket and turn the volume up.
Key Selling Points

27" 16:9 LED backlight monitor
2560 x 1440 WQHD resolution
178°/178° ultra-wide viewing angle HS-IPS
Toughened glass
7ms fast response time
HDMI, DVI-D, VGA
Built-in stereo speakers
Low power consumption
Multi-video modes
ECO friendly

23 Comments

Can it overclock to a respectable refresh rate like 144Hz? (_;)

Original Poster

Rhythmeister

Can it overclock to a respectable refresh rate like 144Hz? (_;)



You can have a good go. My monitor is an older 2k Korean model that supports overclocking but I think it wasn't recommended to attempt above 120hz.

I own this monitor for over a year now, got it for silly money from Bespoke Offers (remember them :)). Although size and resolution are impressive on paper I can't recommend it. I already had one replacement from Hanns and it looks I will need to get another one soon. Colours are not crisp as in some other makes.
Spend £30-40 more and get something else, AOC, refurb Dell, maybe Acer.

Original Poster

senukas

I own this monitor for over a year now, got it for silly money from … I own this monitor for over a year now, got it for silly money from Bespoke Offers (remember them :)). Although size and resolution are impressive on paper I can't recommend it. I already had one replacement from Hanns and it looks I will need to get another one soon. Colours are not crisp as in some other makes. Spend £30-40 more and get something else, AOC, refurb Dell, maybe Acer.



Remember them? I'm still having nightmares about that Amazon voucher fiasco.

Spark

Remember them? I'm still having nightmares about that Amazon voucher … Remember them? I'm still having nightmares about that Amazon voucher fiasco.


What fiasco? Got about £100 worth of amazon vouchers in those promos, sweeeet

1080p isn't for console kids




720p is

Banned

1080p is 2K. 1440p doesn't really have a "k" standard assigned to it. It's closer to 2.5k though

monitorcorrector

1080p is 2K. 1440p doesn't really have a "k" standard assigned to it. … 1080p is 2K. 1440p doesn't really have a "k" standard assigned to it. It's closer to 2.5k though



Let's just stick to the resolution guys, this short hand 2K, 4K stuff is confusing. Seems they mean something else to every other person.

Edited by: "rev6" 3rd Nov 2016

Great if your card can push 1440p. Picked up a 25" 1440p Dell Ultrasharp that was posted on here, kind of wish I'd gone for a 27" now though. Still a great monitor.

Nice find would have been tempted but just bought a 27" 1080p 144hz g-sync and noticing massive improvement, especially on bf1.

Awful monitor.

lugsy3

Nice find would have been tempted but just bought a 27" 1080p 144hz … Nice find would have been tempted but just bought a 27" 1080p 144hz g-sync and noticing massive improvement, especially on bf1.


What model if you don't mind me asking?

tsed

What model if you don't mind me asking?


No problem this one I posted price is back up to £289.99


Edited by: "lugsy3" 3rd Nov 2016

I was looking at this monitor before I bought my Acer. Many people say there's too much ghosting in games etc.

Rhythmeister

Can it overclock to a respectable refresh rate like 144Hz? (_;)



Very, very unlikely. The Korean OC thingy (I've got a Qnix 120Hz capable) was a bit of a lottery based on a specific set of circumstances that's unlikely to arise again. If a decent monitor is functionally capable of 120Hz+ nowadays, it would be advertised as such tbh.

Original Poster

TesseractOrion

The Korean OC thingy (I've got a Qnix 120Hz capable)



That's the same monitor that I have. Odd because you don't see many of them around in this country.

Once it's 144 Hz and FreeSync at this price....

Spark

That's the same monitor that I have. Odd because you don't see many of … That's the same monitor that I have. Odd because you don't see many of them around in this country.



Well it's not that surprising, I think because it was such a niche, unsupported product - only DVI-D, no scaler, no OSD (all things that made it overclockable) and no real warranty (unless you paid to send it back to S. Korea LOL). Like I said, doubt we'll see the like again (also got the Catleap one but sold it)...

Strange that nothing else at this price has appeared in all that time though

cldox

Great if your card can push 1440p. Picked up a 25" 1440p Dell Ultrasharp … Great if your card can push 1440p. Picked up a 25" 1440p Dell Ultrasharp that was posted on here, kind of wish I'd gone for a 27" now though. Still a great monitor.


I would keep smaller Dell any day

Looked at this monitor last month. Decided against it because its Hanns-G and ive had issues with a monitor of theirs before.
and looking at the reviews, quite a few other people agree with me. (Im taking about Hanns-G in general, not just this monitor)

Original Poster

TesseractOrion

Well it's not that surprising, I think because it was such a niche, … Well it's not that surprising, I think because it was such a niche, unsupported product - only DVI-D, no scaler, no OSD (all things that made it overclockable) and no real warranty (unless you paid to send it back to S. Korea LOL). Like I said, doubt we'll see the like again (also got the Catleap one but sold it)...Strange that nothing else at this price has appeared in all that time though



I bought mine in 2013 and paid around £20 for a 3 year UK warranty with Squaretrade at the time. Fortunately I've never really had any problems with it but then I've never really overclocked it either.

will this run minecraft?

Original Poster

hoopdehoop

will this run minecraft?



No. It's a monitor.
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