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Lenovo D27-20 27-inch WLED Monitor - £119 delivered @ Lenovo UK
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Lenovo D27-20 27-inch WLED Monitor - £119 delivered @ Lenovo UK

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Posted 28th Jun

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Lenovo monitor should be good for work etc.. Decent Size for most things.

Don't think this is like the gaming ones but then they cost a lot more although it does mention this on the lenovo site. Not an expert but have been looking around and thought this was a decent deal.

The Lenovo D27-20 monitor offering premier features at amazing value. This 27-inch display with Full-HD resolution means images are sharp and colours are accurate, while the In-Plane Switch panel offers wide viewing angles. Gaming is a breeze thanks to the 75Hz refresh rate and AMD Radeon FreeSync™ technology.
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27", IPS, 1080p, vesa mount, freesync 75hz, £119.
Would expect TN at this price. This is a solid deal. Heat.
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Despite terminology WLAN not collaborated on Lenovo website and lacking details.
For 27 panel of amazing quality would be ok.
So hot from me.
Would this be good as a basic gaming monitor?
Great deal for a 27 inch IPS.
Should I get this or the Q24i for the same price (on the student website?)

lenovo.com/gb/…24i
27", IPS, 1080p, vesa mount, freesync 75hz, £119.
Would expect TN at this price. This is a solid deal. Heat.
J124029/06/2020 01:09

which is betterhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07DRG5ML1?psc=1or this …which is betterhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07DRG5ML1?psc=1or this lenovo?No gaming usage.


The Lenovo one.

AOC one on Amazon doesn't have a VESA Mount and is a TN Panel.

For looks you can go with it apart from that nothing going for it.
Techie_Zootie29/06/2020 01:14

The Lenovo one.AOC one on Amazon doesn't have a VESA Mount and is a TN …The Lenovo one.AOC one on Amazon doesn't have a VESA Mount and is a TN Panel.For looks you can go with it apart from that nothing going for it.



Thanks, don't mind it not having a vesa mount as it will be on a desk anyway, just didn't know which was the better panel for regular usage. The AOC also says it's an IPS panel.

Thanks!
Edited by: "J1240" 29th Jun
seanoneill128/06/2020 22:06

Would this be good as a basic gaming monitor?


27 inch is too big for 1080p.
And Hz is too low.
you can get one of the Lenovo 23 inch 144hz 1080p gaming monitors often for cheaper than this the deals come up on hot UK deals quite often
I got one for 90£.
nick6428/06/2020 22:47

Should I get this or the Q24i for the same price (on the student …Should I get this or the Q24i for the same price (on the student website?)https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/accessories/monitors/lenovoQ24i


Q24 is what I’m looking at or even the 27inch version. Trying to see what people think of them
Shinobei29/06/2020 09:51

27 inch is too big for 1080p.And Hz is too low.you can get one of the …27 inch is too big for 1080p.And Hz is too low.you can get one of the Lenovo 23 inch 144hz 1080p gaming monitors often for cheaper than this the deals come up on hot UK deals quite often I got one for 90£.


I've got one of the 144Hz 24 inch lenovos (y25f) and would like another but haven't seen a deal anywhere near what I paid, for a long time. I regret not buying 2 at the time, before they sold out.

Saying that, most people don't value the 144Hz and a 75Hz with IPS and freesync will be a better experience for most, non-gaming users than a non-ips, 144Hz, smaller display. I currently have an old dell monitor sat next to my lenovo. I use the dell for watching streams, which don't benefit from 144Hz at all, but would benefit from the ips.
Superstarbeejay29/06/2020 11:37

I've got one of the 144Hz 24 inch lenovos (y25f) and would like another …I've got one of the 144Hz 24 inch lenovos (y25f) and would like another but haven't seen a deal anywhere near what I paid, for a long time. I regret not buying 2 at the time, before they sold out.Saying that, most people don't value the 144Hz and a 75Hz with IPS and freesync will be a better experience for most, non-gaming users than a non-ips, 144Hz, smaller display. I currently have an old dell monitor sat next to my lenovo. I use the dell for watching streams, which don't benefit from 144Hz at all, but would benefit from the ips.


Yeh it was a great deal wasn't it
the only issue is if you try and vesa mount it. it's not possible to take to the full standoff half of it will remain hanging off lol.
You're right youll benefit more from an IPS for photos videos etc it's just he stated specifically gaming so I think then it's a good option.
Is it 27" if you check specs on website it say 230.8 x 444.5 x 612.2 mm, 9.08 x 17.5 x 24.1 inches
ngs29/06/2020 15:09

Is it 27" if you check specs on website it say 230.8 x 444.5 x 612.2 mm, …Is it 27" if you check specs on website it say 230.8 x 444.5 x 612.2 mm, 9.08 x 17.5 x 24.1 inches


24.1inches will be the width. It’ll be 27” diagonally which is how all monitors/TVs are measured when quoting screen size.
Shinobei29/06/2020 09:51

27 inch is too big for 1080p.And Hz is too low.you can get one of the …27 inch is too big for 1080p.And Hz is too low.you can get one of the Lenovo 23 inch 144hz 1080p gaming monitors often for cheaper than this the deals come up on hot UK deals quite often I got one for 90£.


This is WLED monitor. The one you are suggesting is a TN Panel.
seanoneill128/06/2020 22:06

Would this be good as a basic gaming monitor?


Im currently useing a 27 inch one with 60hz honestly i would hold out or add an extra £30 for one with a higher frame rate, if nothing else but the new consoles boasting above 60fps for the next genoration.
Just bought a 31.5 ' there that's £199. 99 at the moment, was £229. I noticed it was 169 last night but 199 this morning. Had a chat with the sales rep on the site and got it for 169. Might be worthwhile sweet talking them
Cracking first post @Tesh
Thanks for sharing and a belated welcome to hotukdeals
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Techie_Zootie29/06/2020 17:17

This is WLED monitor. The one you are suggesting is a TN Panel.


Hi yes I'm aware of that
the commentator was asking if it was good for gaming the one I've suggested it's perfect for gaming at a very reasonable price.
1080p @27 inches is not good for gaming and really you need higher refresh rates like 144 hz
Shinobei29/06/2020 22:48

Hi yes I'm aware of that the commentator was asking if it was good for …Hi yes I'm aware of that the commentator was asking if it was good for gaming the one I've suggested it's perfect for gaming at a very reasonable price.1080p @27 inches is not good for gaming and really you need higher refresh rates like 144 hz


1080p @27" is not good for gaming? Exelent joke people no need 2k/4k monitors, most of them still use 1080p resolution even if they own 4k monitors (confirmed by multiple articles). Also 144hz gives you only advantage if you have extremely high FPS in games, without a proper GPU 144hz on monitors minds nothing, this 75hz is more that enough for 85% of gamers, 144hz is for professional gamers and especially helps in shorter games.
My 2 cents for 1080p vs 1440p - not an expert, but just bought 3 monitors in the space of a month

27" with 1080p was fine for gaming, for me - I had the Spanish version of this monitor (believe it's literally the power cable that is different) and it was fine for gaming (Apex for example). Ended up getting a 30% refund due to 1 stuck pixel so worked out as 76 quid. My previous monitor was a 23.8" 1080p LG IPS from about 7 years ago.

I've recently upgraded again (Literally bought the Lenovo 4 weeks ago) to an AOC 27" 144hz 1080P and also a HP X27i 144hz 1440p . The HP is great for gaming on - better than the AOC I'd say (and of course due to 1440p) however... when I switch to my work Mac, the 1440p is not so great to use. The resolution is too much and everything is tiny - if I increase the size on this monitor they're massive on the 1080p (multi monitor setup) and if you change the resolution on the 1440p to 1080p then everything is slightly bury due to the extra pixels. (Note, 1440p with a 125% scale on a Window machine is absolutely fine!)

If you're FPS gaming then if you can get a 144hz - do it. Even at 1080p on a 27"
If you're gaming on this, 27" 1080p at 75hz - still fine to game on - good all round value at £119.
If you wanted 144hz on a 27" you'll be looking at at least £200+ and around £280-300+ for 1440p, unless you find a deal
paprykosrmv29/06/2020 23:52

1080p @27" is not good for gaming? Exelent joke people no need …1080p @27" is not good for gaming? Exelent joke people no need 2k/4k monitors, most of them still use 1080p resolution even if they own 4k monitors (confirmed by multiple articles). Also 144hz gives you only advantage if you have extremely high FPS in games, without a proper GPU 144hz on monitors minds nothing, this 75hz is more that enough for 85% of gamers, 144hz is for professional gamers and especially helps in shorter games.


Dude I never said 1080p is bad. I said it looks bad at 27 inches.
nobody in the gaming world suggests 1080p@27 inches.
you also don't know what graphics card he's got because he hasn't said.
If he gets the 1080 at 144 Hz monitor that I suggested for around £100 (sale price) you can still drop down to the lower refresh rate and enjoy the 1080p at 60 hertz @23 inch gaming experience but he will also have the future option of a higher frame rate if his graphics card can manage it
so it's a win-win situation.
He asked for a suggestion I'm giving it to him and you would find on most gaming sites they would say something similar.
A great deal I need a second monitor should I go for this or 144mz, can anyone recommend any?
Anyone any idea on what's best..
This 27 inch 1080p IPS 75hz
Or
27 inch 1440 60hz below

hotukdeals.com/dea…678
Shinobei30/06/2020 00:25

Dude I never said 1080p is bad. I said it looks bad at 27 inches.nobody in …Dude I never said 1080p is bad. I said it looks bad at 27 inches.nobody in the gaming world suggests 1080p@27 inches.you also don't know what graphics card he's got because he hasn't said.If he gets the 1080 at 144 Hz monitor that I suggested for around £100 (sale price) you can still drop down to the lower refresh rate and enjoy the 1080p at 60 hertz @23 inch gaming experience but he will also have the future option of a higher frame rate if his graphics card can manage it so it's a win-win situation.He asked for a suggestion I'm giving it to him and you would find on most gaming sites they would say something similar.


You probably never played on Full HD 27". It's not that bad as it seems.
Would this be good for photo editing?
Hello everyone, I am after a 4K monitor 27 inch any recommendations please? My sister will be using it for laboratory/research/science work.. Hence the reason for it.. LED panel is a must. Many thanks everyone
Tempted. I have a 15 inch lappie and a 25 inch ultrawide.

Tempted to get this as my 3rd monitor
DamianQrex30/06/2020 12:49

You probably never played on Full HD 27". It's not that bad as it seems.


Dude, I never said it's bad. It's just not the best option for gaming at that resolution.
The 1440p option can be bought for a similar price and you can also drop down to 1080p.
Best of both worlds.
He asked for an opinion and I'm giving mine which most PC gamers would also advise.

I currently have a high end PC set up.
I used to have a very basic PC gaming setup there's nothing wrong with a basic setup you can can really enjoy gaming at the budget of the spectrum.
I'm not some elitist . Lol
If Im only using Vega 10 integrated graphics and only playing old games like Age of Empires or Brothers in Arms, I am guessing this monitor will be absolutely fine? Thanks for any feedback
Ordered Tues afternoon, delivered and set up just now - good fast delivery. I'm just using it for work, and it's a nice upgrade from my old monitor (24", couldn't get it past 60Hz!). Slightly chunkier than I expected, but not a problem (it's fairly slim) - and the tilt is great. Very comfortable work viewing.

Main gripe is it came with an EU 2-pin plug, so I'll have to order an adaptor (borrowed one for today), and the manual is not in English (not sure what it is in! Maybe Polish).
fixx02/07/2020 09:55

Ordered Tues afternoon, delivered and set up just now - good fast …Ordered Tues afternoon, delivered and set up just now - good fast delivery. I'm just using it for work, and it's a nice upgrade from my old monitor (24", couldn't get it past 60Hz!). Slightly chunkier than I expected, but not a problem (it's fairly slim) - and the tilt is great. Very comfortable work viewing.Main gripe is it came with an EU 2-pin plug, so I'll have to order an adaptor (borrowed one for today), and the manual is not in English (not sure what it is in! Maybe Polish).


Isn’t it from the Lenovo U.K. site. Why does it have a euro plug
fixx02/07/2020 09:55

Ordered Tues afternoon, delivered and set up just now - good fast …Ordered Tues afternoon, delivered and set up just now - good fast delivery. I'm just using it for work, and it's a nice upgrade from my old monitor (24", couldn't get it past 60Hz!). Slightly chunkier than I expected, but not a problem (it's fairly slim) - and the tilt is great. Very comfortable work viewing.Main gripe is it came with an EU 2-pin plug, so I'll have to order an adaptor (borrowed one for today), and the manual is not in English (not sure what it is in! Maybe Polish).


I ordered yesterday. The Invoice clearly says 'UK power cable - 1.8m C13'. Check your invoice and make them send the right thing for free. Selling without a UK power cord, in the UK, is against trading standards.
Edited by: "Sulphur.Man" 2nd Jul
Sulphur.Man02/07/2020 11:48

I ordered yesterday. The Invoice clearly says 'UK power cable - 1.8m C13'. …I ordered yesterday. The Invoice clearly says 'UK power cable - 1.8m C13'. Check your invoice and make them send the right thing for free. Selling without a UK power cord, in the UK, is against trading standards.


Thanks, will do!
Sulphur.Man02/07/2020 11:48

I ordered yesterday. The Invoice clearly says 'UK power cable - 1.8m C13'. …I ordered yesterday. The Invoice clearly says 'UK power cable - 1.8m C13'. Check your invoice and make them send the right thing for free. Selling without a UK power cord, in the UK, is against trading standards.


Solved - UK plug arrived separately just now of it's own accord (I'd not got around to requesting one yet).
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