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Lenovo C27-20 Full HD 27" 75Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync (IPS Panel, 4 ms, HMDI, VGA) for £119 delivered @ AO
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Lenovo C27-20 Full HD 27" 75Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync (IPS Panel, 4 ms, HMDI, VGA) for £119 delivered @ AO

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Lenovo C27-20 Full HD 27" 75Hz Gaming Monitor with AMD FreeSync (IPS Panel, 4 ms, HMDI, VGA) for £119 delivered @ AO
Posted 24th Aug

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Key Features:
  • Full HD with LED - sharper images and colours than HD
  • Fast 4 millisecond response time for smooth visuals
  • HDMI and VGA ports - connect your external devices
  • Quick refresh rate of 75Hz
  • Clever technology minimises image stuttering

Whether it’s gaming or streaming, this 27-inch Full HD LED Lenovo monitor is a spot-on choice. The 4-millisecond response time and 75Hz refresh rate mean you get sharp visuals and fast reaction times when gaming. Plus, there’s extra tech that prevents image distortion and stuttering, so pictures are seamlessly smooth. What’s more, the in-plane switch panel gives you wider viewing angles, while the HDMI and VGA ports allow you to plug in a number of external devices, such as a laptop, giving you a second monitor for easier viewing and improved productivity.
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What's HMDI? A new type of display connection?
Waiting to see what the techies say about this whether its any good
No speakers that's a shame
bleachingshane24/08/2020 18:14

What's HMDI? A new type of display connection?


Ngl it annoys me when people don't type the titles out properly. Someone could have an alert for "HDMI" and miss out on the deal
Brightness is lowish with 250nits, 75Hz is better than 60 but not that much, 4ms response is okay, it's nice that it has FreeSync. I personally would aim to get a 144Hz or 120Hz for £10-20 more with at least 300 nits if you want good viewing in daylight.
Greg_mnG24/08/2020 22:42

Brightness is lowish with 250nits, 75Hz is better than 60 but not that …Brightness is lowish with 250nits, 75Hz is better than 60 but not that much, 4ms response is okay, it's nice that it has FreeSync. I personally would aim to get a 144Hz or 120Hz for £10-20 more with at least 300 nits if you want good viewing in daylight.


Have you got a link to one?
Take_Two24/08/2020 23:09

Have you got a link to one?


overclockers.co.uk/lg-…tml

Had a very quick look (its early...) This one looks good and on specs it seems about the same as mine. 300nits typical brightness, 72% NTCS colour rating which is good should be 98% sRGB, 1ms response time to reduce ghosting and 144Hz with FreeSync for tear free gaming. Not bad for £149.
Greg_mnG25/08/2020 06:34

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/lg-24gl650-24-1920x1080-tn-144hz-1ms-freesync-widescreen-led-backlit-gaming-monitor-black-mo-15a-lg.htmlHad a very quick look (its early...) This one looks good and on specs it seems about the same as mine. 300nits typical brightness, 72% NTCS colour rating which is good should be 98% sRGB, 1ms response time to reduce ghosting and 144Hz with FreeSync for tear free gaming. Not bad for £149.

Same price on laptops direct actually where Quidco does 1% cashback to get £1.5 off
Greg_mnG25/08/2020 06:41

Same price on laptops direct actually where Quidco does 1% cashback to get …Same price on laptops direct actually where Quidco does 1% cashback to get £1.5 off


Though this is 24"...
Pigmeister225/08/2020 17:00

Though this is 24"...


Yes but anyone here I'd recommend it over the 27" in the deal.
Greg_mnG25/08/2020 17:20

Yes but anyone here I'd recommend it over the 27" in the deal.


For regular use , you shouldnt this one is IPS the other is TN it only 24 , good for gaming , not for much else
GAlli66625/08/2020 17:42

For regular use , you shouldnt this one is IPS the other is TN it only 24 …For regular use , you shouldnt this one is IPS the other is TN it only 24 , good for gaming , not for much else


That may be so. However, this deal is for a "gaming" monitor. In this "gaming" monitor market, there are better ones for "gaming". Only reason I recommend against it.
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