Razer has announced its first 27 inches Raptor gaming monitor. The monitor comes with a refresh rate of 144Hz and a narrow border design that provides gamers with more professional gaming experience.
The 27 inches Razer Raptor is going to be the company’s first dip into the seething waters of the gaming monitor market. The monitor raises and lowers via channels in the back. In order to access the connectors, you can tilt the display back up to 90 degrees. Though users are not allowed to rotate the display, the base rotates smoothly on a desk while still resisting sliding in any other direction.
It is reported that the Razer Raptor comes with a QHD IPS professional display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. It has a response time of only 1 millisecond and it has an extremely low motion blur.
In addition, the display covers 95% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. The monitor has received its HDR400 certification. Other features include up to 420 nit brightness, AMD FreeSync adaptive refresh rate technology support and compatibility with G-Sync technology.
In terms of connectivity, Razer Raptor has HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort 1.4 video input interfaces, two USB 3.2 Gen 2 hubs (Type-A ports), a headphone jack, and USB-C ports that support DP.14 signals. The monitor has a gray response time of 4 milliseconds.
There is also a cable management slot on the bracket that allows users to plug in all the cables. As a work of the “light factory”, the support of this product is naturally indispensable for the support of Chroma.
Razer Raptor 27-inch monitor comes with a price tag of 699.99 US $ which is approximately 4954 Yuan. The company confirmed that they will start shipping the monitor from 11th November 2019 onwards. For more details, visit the official website. Also, do share your thoughts about Razer Raptor 27 in the comment section below!