Iiyama 27" G-Master Black Hawk Full HD FreeSync Gaming Monitor G2730HSU-B1
No matter if you are a newbie or an old wolf in the world of gaming, the 27’’ Black Hawk G-MASTER G2730HSU is the perfect companion at your side.
Capable of displaying Full HD images at 75Hz refresh rate it will always have your back. Armed with Black Tuner function and FreeSync Technology with a stunning 1 ms response time, the Black Hawk guarantees you will see every tiny detail even in the shadowed screen areas and will be able to respond to the changing situation in an instant.
Triple input support (VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort), speakers, headphone connector and a USB hub are all included. So stay in control, keep calm and get in the game!
If 27" is too big for you, check out the 24.5" Black Hawk G2530HSU. Features • FREESYNC™ Technology
• 1ms: Fast response time is key to ultra-smooth game. It reduces ghosting and blurring providing the user with a rich experience to improve performance
• Black Tuner: The users can adjust the brightness and the dark shades with the Black Tuner, giving greater viewing performance in shadowed areas and helping to spot the enemy earlier.
• Predefined and Custom Gaming Modes: Have it your way! Choose one of the predefined gaming modes (including FPS and strategy) or set and memorize your own settings.
• Speakers and Headphones: Playing with friends? Use the integrated high quality speakers. Don’t want to disturb anybody? Plug your headset to the headphone socket and turn up the volume!
|Pitch Size||0.311 x 0.311 mm|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD Freesync|
|Resolution||1920x1080 (Full HD)|
|Response Time||1ms ms|
|Viewing Angle||22° up; 5° down (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/DCR||1000 :1|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colors)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Speaker Configuration||2W x2, Stereo|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||19 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Anti-Theft Features||Kensington-lock Ready|
|Dimensions (with stand)||613.5 x 440.5 x 197 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||5.3 kg|
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