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27-inch LED Backlit WQHD (2560x1440) Monitor, DisplayPort HDMI DVI-DL VGA
Enjoy the stunning beauty of an Advanced Hyper Viewing Angle display panel with this 27" Pro AHVA LED Monitor from Monoprice!
This 16:9 display panel uses the latest AHVA panel from AUO, which is capable of a maximum resolution of 2560x1440 and 10-bit color support for over 1 billion color variations. It features Dual Link DVI-D, HDMI®, VGA, and DisplayPort (version 1.2) video inputs.
It supports stereo audio input, as well as audio from the HDMI connection, and includes a pair of 2-watt speakers. It boasts an ultra-wide 178° viewing angle in both the horizontal and vertical planes and a 0.2331mm pixel size. It includes a removable stand and has a 100x100 VESA mounting size for use with desk or wall mounts.
- 27" AHVA monitor with LED backlighting
- 16:9 aspect ratio
- 2560 x 1440 @ 60Hz maximum resolution
- 1 DisplayPort input
- 1 HDMI input
- 1 Dual Link DVI-D input
- 1 VGA input
- Detachable stand allows for tilt and swivel, plus rotation for easy portrait/landscape orientation changes
- Built-in stereo speakers with 2 watts/channel amplifier
- 100 x 100 VESA mounting pattern
MONOPRICE will replace defective monitors with a new monitor if the RMA is issued within thirty (30) days of the original date of purchase, as shown on the original invoice. Monitors identified as defective after 30 days, but within the twelve (12) month warranty period, will be replaced with refurbished, reconditioned, or used monitors at MONOPRICE'S discretion. All returned products are the property of MONOPRICE and must be returned to MONOPRICE for a replacement to be issued.
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|Display Type||AHVA panel with LED backlight|
|Screen Size||27" (685mm)|
|Dot Pitch||0.2331 x 0.2331 mm|
|Maximum Resolution||2560 x 1440 @ 60Hz (WQHD)|
|Viewing Angle||178° left/right, 178° up/down|
|Video Inputs||1x Dual Link DVI-D, 1x DisplayPort v1.2, 1x HDMI, 1x VGA|
|Audio Inputs||1x 3.5mm TRS Line In|
|Horizontal Frequency (HFR)||30 ~ 158 kHz|
|Vertical Frequency (VFR)||60 ~ 75 Hz|
|Pixel Clock Frequency||300 MHz|
|PNP Standard||VESA DDC2BTM|
Operation: < 50W
Standby: < 1W
|Monitor Input Power||12 VDC, 5.42A|
|AC Adapter Input Power||100 ~ 240 VAC, 50-60Hz|
|Operating Temperature||+32 ~ +122°F (0 ~ +50°C)|
|Storage Temperature||-4 ~ +140°F (-20 ~ +60°C)|
|Operating Humidity||10 ~ 85%, non-condensing|
|VESA Mount Size||100 x 100|
|Dimensions||25.8" x 9.6" x 21.7" (658 x 245 x 552 mm)|
|Weight||16.7 lbs. (7.6 kg)|
|Certifications||ETL, FCC, CE|
- 1x 27" WQHD LED monitor
- 1x Adjustable stand
- 1x Stand base
- 4x M4x8 stand mount screws
- 1x AC power adapter
- 1x AC power cord
- 1x 3.5mm TRS audio cable
- 1x Dual Link DVI-D video cable
- 1x User's manual
PROS: Gorgeous monitor
CONS: Speakers are not great to put it lightly
Dust under the glass
Customer service does not stand by their product
PROS: Monitor adjustment (vertical and rotation in two axes)
CONS: A bit wobbly
Inefficient menu navigation
CONS: This monitor might as well be a mirror.
PROS: Price, vivid colors, stand, packaging
CONS: None. I went into this purchase not expecting anything from the speakers, and wanting a glossy screen.
After using it a week, I like it. Spouse likes it. It replaced a 24" iMac, which was clean, no power cord. I have to hide the AC/DC power brick and do some cord management to get it to be as clean.
It looks great, you can't get a better monitor for the price. I avoided a UHD (3840/4096 x 2160) since they cram so many pixels you really need a 32" or larger display to use it, unless you have hawk eye vision.
We also looked at the 21:9 monitors, but came to realize, you are just throwing away vertical resolution.
We're not gaming, just browsing, working on office documents and viewing/editing photos. It looks great hooked up to MacMini (OSX and Win7) but not so good with Surface Pro 3(quick test). Both were displayport at native resolution.
PROS: Lots of input choices, but I only use Display Port
No bad pixels
Nice front face, almost iMac like with a flat face
Has M logo, not Monoprice on face
Price is unbeatable
Easy adjust up down and tilt
CONS: Has an external AC to DC brick and nowhere to put it. Need to velcro it to the stand
Built in speakers are junk
The monitor looks nice, from a visual standpoint. It has a clean front, with a clean logo at the bottom. I've turned the brightness all the way down but it's still a bit bright for me. After working in a 911 emergency communications center with 6 monitors for a number of years on graveyard shift, looking at the bright screens really takes a toll on me at night. However, when the brightness is turned up, and the colors are adjusted a little, it looks pretty nice to me. But then again, maybe others can comment on it's "accuracy" or whatever else it is that is important to "good" monitors.
My unit does not have any dead pixels, thankfully. When I first set the monitor up, I looked at the panel, and couldn't see anything out of the ordinary. Now, a week later, I decided to take a flashlight to the panel, and then I could see the dust. It isn't much though, a few specks scattered about which, when compared to the dust any monitor tends to gather on the outside of the panel, really seems to make little difference to me. Once you turn the panel on and start using it, you'll never be able to tell there's dust in there. I put a black screensaver on, and still couldn't find any evidence that the minute amount of dust made a difference.
In my opinion, yeah it's poor quality control and it sounds like hopefully it's being looked into. However, this has no noticeable impact on the picture. If you're the kind of person that has to have everything absolutely perfect regardless of the minimal impact it has on the use of the product itself, you 1) probably have slightly unrealistic expectations when it comes to a lot of things in life, and 2) should have bought an Apple product or something, lol -)
PROS: - Adjustable stand (raise/lower, spin left/right, tilt).
- Pretty bright at full brightness
- Clean front bezel. There's a simple "M" logo on the bottom, and a blue "on" light that is placed so it's dim unless you're looking right into it.
CONS: - Pretty bright even at at lowest setting
- Range of motion for the adjustable stand isn't great, but it's much better than getting a fixed stand :-)
- Menu is hard to navigate. The buttons are laid out vertically on the right side, and they're not very easy to manipulate. I feel like they might break if I press them wrong or too hard. It takes several steps to get to the basic options, and trying to remember the proper sequence of buttons is fairly annoying since you would have to look on the back of the monitor to see the labels for the buttons? Then again, perhaps I would be annoyed with buttons on the front too since it would detract from the clean bezel, so I suppose I can't be pleased, lol.
- DVI-D cord was super short, 3 feet I believe. I have a simple desk with the computer on the floor and I had to rearrange it all to get the cord to reach. A small quibble.
PROS: Like no other monitor I've used
CONS: Speaker is garbage but who cares
Sound is good for casual use but you can't use it to watch a movie on.
PROS: Sharp Display.
Acceptable office Monitor.
Swivel base is very fluid.
CONS: Hate the glossy display.
PROS: This huge screen is bright and easy to set up. The screen quality is awesome.
CONS: However, the internal speakers are rough and tinny. Even some cheap external speakers put out better quality sound.