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Posted 6 January 2023

Razer Raptor 27" Quad HD 165Hz 1ms FreeSync HDR IPS Gaming Monitor £355.19 delivered @ Ebuyer

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  • 2560 x 1440 QHD
  • DisplayPort, HDMI, USB-C
  • 165Hz / 1ms Response Time
  • NVIDIA G-Sync & AMD FreeSync
  • Worlds First THX Certified Gaming Monitor

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With more than 400 standards and priority tests that blend art, technology, and the dynamics of real-world viewing environments to ensure products deliver the artist’s true vision, THX Certification is a globally recognized assurance of uncompromising quality, consistency and performance. Razer is partnering with THX to obtain this seal of approval for the Razer Raptor 27 to ensure accurate color reproduction, consistent image quality and strict adherence to the gamma curve.

165 Hz WQHD Resolution

Offering up to 165Hz in QHD resolution, the new Raptor 27 gives you more frames to push your competitive advantage. Combined with a 1ms response time, thanks to Ultra Low Motion Blur technology, you will have an unmatched gaming experience with sharper images and extraordinarily smooth frame rates.

Freesync and G-Sync Compatible

Gone are the days of screen tearing, with the latest in adaptive sync technology, the updated Razer Raptor 27 is now both NVIDIA® G-Sync Compatible and supports AMD FreeSync™ Premium variable refresh standards. Play games without stutter and eliminate input lag completely. Enjoy a variable refresh rate monitor that complements your graphics card as you embark on an adventure in a mystical world or peek the corner in an FPS shooter. FPS shooter.

VESA Compatible

Now, mount your Raptor 27 to complete your perfect build, thanks to the VESA Mount Adapter for the Razer Raptor 27. Using either standard square pattern 100mm x 100mm or 75mm x 75mm screw holes easily mount your Raptor or Raptors in any configuration you want, to complete your dream setup.

Superb Cable Management System

Not only is the base engineered with height, tilt and swivel adjustments to provide the best ergonomics, but it is also designed with a cable management system that’ll please the most demanding PC builders. The base is forged out of a single piece of aluminum, with channels designed for the cables to ensure a clean and clutter-free desktop, while providing absolute stability.

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  1. Mook2000's avatar
    Not asking people to jump in their DeLoreans but I was waiting and waiting for HDR in a monitor and jumped on this Acer ConceptD with HDR600 for £240: hotukdeals.com/dea…286

    I present it for those who think decent HDR never comes in sub-£300 categories, but also to note that it looks great but I barely ever think to switch on HDR anyway. (And personally I can't see much difference with Hz refresh rates-as I moved from an electriq 95hz £170 monitor-but I should keep real quiet about that)
    Alex_H's avatar
    It's a lovely monitor totally agree but HDR600, especially on this screen, is still worthless, just for marketing HDR and not worth turning on.

    Reading online, max brightness on HDR is only 600 nits and it seems to have 6 local dimming zones, which is just pointless.

    Put it like this, the Cooler master Tempest GP27Q is one of the first affordable decent HDR monitors and that goes up to 1200 nits and has 576 dimming zones.
  2. gtabuyer's avatar
    Very poorly reviewed, just watch the start
    Abdou_Jouma's avatar
    Very nice video but is also only 1 year ago and reviews the monitor at a price of 899. This is more than half the price and people who care more about looks and the build quality there isn't much like the raptor. For the right customer this is definitely good at 350.
  3. james.pondBzo's avatar
    you have the BUY A VESA adaptor to use on VESA mounts? pathetic
  4. Hatsune_MikuwBK's avatar
    Razer tax is heavy with this one.
  5. sdaniaal's avatar
    Could just spend 399 and get that 4k 144hz Acer monitor from Argos
  6. Badongkadong's avatar
    Not remotely worth it. New monitors are arriving with MiniLED tech so it is worth waiting till later in the year for some bargains
  7. UKTopGun's avatar
    Looks like a good monitor, expensive RRP considering it’s not UHD though?
    GLA's avatar
    Came out March 2020. So base the RRP off of almost 3 years ago. It's a good price but like you say the RRP is a bit off now. (edited)
  8. Pete_Salter's avatar
    Got the 144mzh model it’s amazing black deal friday 2 years ago for 299
  9. matt139's avatar
    good price although I believe this monitor is not recommended by hardware unboxed.
  10. Slugman95's avatar
    You're much better off buying an LG 27GP850 for the same price or cheaper: better motion display, better adjustability, higher brightness and no need for a £100 VESA adaptor.

    Overall seems quite rubbish.
  11. vidi.chris's avatar
    49290782-2eSGt.jpgBrand new works well need to do the updates tomorrow’s pleased with 2k . Using the hdmi cable 144hz with hdmi 2.0 cable from the box . Need a mini dp cable to use the 165hz but eith my 1660ti not the case. (edited)
  12. noiren's avatar
    Came across it a couple of days ago and could have sworn it was £250 on eBuyer
    Joes56's avatar
    Yep I saw it at that price too, I was tempted to buy it but decided not to in the end.
  13. vidi.chris's avatar
    Have any idea its easy to return with ebuyer? Bought it.
    Hatsune_MikuwBK's avatar
    "If you have simply changed your mind about any item ordered and you wish to return it, no problem. An order can be cancelled at any point before the goods are delivered to you. In line with the Consumer Contract (ICAC’S) Regulations you have a cooling off period where an item can be returned within 14 days following the day after you receive your item. The item must not be used and must be 'as new' when returned to us. You must return the item to us or request us to collect the item, in either case, at your cost. Once you've informed us that you wish to return your item, you have 30 days to return it. Once the item is received at Ebuyer.com, we'll issue a full refund for the product to your original payment method."
  14. cjs84's avatar
    This or Lenovo Y25g-30??? Don't need a 27 though but the razer looks decent for the extra cash
    Slugman95's avatar
    Depends what you need it for as the Lenovo is only 1080p but 360hz.

    Hardware unboxed review for the razer says it's a bad monitor at $800, and even loses out in motion performance to some ~£300 monitors like the LG 27GP850 and Gigabyte M27QP

    I'd check out this video for recommendations:

  15. vidi.chris's avatar
    Come on guys its a fancy object not a fps killer machine its not the best but at this price point can be a good deal. Honestly for 250-300 nobrainer. Mine arrives Friday. 1660ti gonna love the new year resolution. (edited)
  16. Myers's avatar
    Looks like it is £ 349.00 now
  17. OhTyler's avatar
    Would have been great 2 years ago.
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