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.
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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.