iiyama 27" Silver Crow QHD FreeSync 1ms Gaming Monitor GB2783QSU-B1
The 27" G-MASTER GB2783QSU known as Silver Crow opens you to a whole new level of gaming experiences. As the 2560x1440 display offers 77% more on-screen space than a standard 1920x1080 full HD monitor, the Silver Crow makes sure all the finest details are displayed with perfect image clarity. Nothing will skip your attention. The blue light reducer function along with the flicker free panel are the shield your eyes need to guarantee your vision remains well protected. Armed with FreeSync technology and 1 ms response time the Silver Crow is ready to lead you into the toughest battles, leaving nothing to chance - the faith of your gaming destiny rests in your hands alone. Features QHD
With the 2560x1440 QHD resolution offering 77% more on-screen space than a standard 1920x1080 full HD monitor, nothing skips your attention.
Fast response time is key to ultra-smooth game. It reduces ghosting and blurring providing the user with a rich experience to improve performance
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.
|Edition||G-MASTER Silver Crow|
|Pitch Size||0.233 x 0.233 mm|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD Freesync|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Viewing Angle||170°/ 160° (°H/°V)|
|Contrast Ratio/DCR||1000 :1/12M:1|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colors)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Speaker Configuration||2W x2, Stereo|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||44 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Anti-Theft Features||Kensington-lock Ready|
|Monitor Colour||Black/ Silver|
|Dimensions (with stand)||622.5 x 400.5 - 530.5 x 230 mm (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)|
|Weight (with Stand)||6.1 kg|
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