Gaming on a 27 inch monitor is amazing. 144 hz is the way to go for ...
Dave Espinosa, Amazon
26 June 2015
Summary: I wanted to give this monitor five stars, but unfortunately I cannot. I upgraded from a BenQ RL2455HM monitor. It was well worth the money for this monitor, but there are some minor bugs that are frustrating. PROS: Gaming on a 27 inch monitor is amazing. 144 hz is the way to go for any FPS gamer.
Summary: Adam B here again, with the 6 mo check-in after the RMA. The OSD touch-sensitive buttons are a bit weird on this monitor. This was not the case on the screen I RMA-ed. I didn't do RMA 2 as the dongle controller works like a charm and I much prefer that over the touch-sensitive buttons, so I rarely...
Pros: * Still solid image * Monitor stand is great for day-to-day usage, relatively easy to rotate * The short-cut pad/controller makes it veeery easy to use and change between pre-sets
Cons: * Max K has the same issue I have, difficult to use touch sensitive buttons, half the time they don't respond * Brightness has to be increased about 10% when monitor is in the rotated 9:16 position. * Once in a while when I'm tired I notice a certain wavey-ness to the screen... Maybe because I wa...
Summary: I really like this monitor it is great for 3d gaming and FPS with almost no ghosting, i didn't know what ghosting was until I purchased this unit and compared it to my last unit a HANNS G hg281d.
Summary: So far an excellent monitor. If your planning to buy it, keep in mind that to get that silky smooth effect you will need some hardware to back it up. I have a GTX 970, and I still get some screen tearing on games running the monitor at 120 gz.
Summary: Great display. I had some issues with the Display Port connection after sleep/cold boot showing either as pixelated or having horizontal lines appearing. During this time, the on-screen menus still look correct.
Summary: Great Monitor, huge size and nice look. My only complaint is that it's not explained clearly that you can't use the higher refresh rates without a displayport connection or a connection directly to the Video card. IF you are using laptops like me you are stuck at 60 Hz.