Razer Raptor Monitor FreeSync CES 2019

Razer is known for their laptops and computer peripherals, but now, they’re getting into the gaming monitors realm, starting with the Raptor 27. Revealed at CES 2019, this 27-inch display features an “edge-to-edge” frame that sports 2.3mm bezels on each side, complete with a machined aluminum stand and base finished in matte-black. It may not be compatible with NVIDIA’s G-Sync, but the screen does support AMD FreeSync for smoother gameplay to go along with its 2,560 x 1,440 native resolution IPS display, 178 degree viewing angles, and 144Hz refresh rate. Read more for another hands-on video, pictures and additional information.



Razer claims the monitor will displays a 95 DCI-P3 wide color gamut for vibrant colors with HDR compatibility and a max brightness of 420 nits. As for ports, you get an HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C with power delivery for “lower wattage devices to be charged while connected to the monitor”, and two USB-A ports.

Razer Raptor Monitor FreeSync CES 2019
Razer Raptor Monitor FreeSync CES 2019
Razer Raptor Monitor FreeSync CES 2019
Razer Raptor Monitor FreeSync CES 2019
Razer Raptor Monitor FreeSync CES 2019
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“On the software side of things, the Raptor will support picture-in-picture input capabilities, meaning you’ll be able to view multiple inputs at once. There’s also support for screen mirroring a Razer Phone 2 via a USB-C connection, allowing you to use your smartphone with a full screen, mouse, and keyboard,” reports The Verge.