Razer Gaming Monitor Raptor 27 – The LCD technology it uses is IPS with support for AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync synchronization technologies.
Razer has announced a new visual device through a PC monitor called the Raptor 27. Monitor This is said to be the first in the industry to support certification THX. The resolution it holds is Quad HD (1440p) with a refresh rate of 165 Hz, a response time of 1 ms, and covers a color gamut DCI-P3of up to 95%.
The latest monitor from Razer is rumored to have the same design as its predecessor, with a matte black finish and aluminum footrests. The back features a fabric textured material and cable management holes.
This 27-inch monitor is equipped with Razer Chrome RGB lighting, which is claimed to display up to 16.8 million colors with various lighting effects. Reporting from Petapixel (June 15), the lighting system can be synced with other Synapse 3 compatible devices. This application can also control Raptor 27 settings such as color, contrast, and brightness.
While the aluminum base will appeal to some, Razer also offers the Raptor VESA adapter, which is sold separately but designed to fit all Raptor models. This accessory adds a VESA-compatible mounting plate to the back of the monitor and replaces the base assembly so that the monitor can be attached to a bracket.
The LCD technology it uses is IPS with support for AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync synchronization technologies. Its IPS screen promises stable, bright colors even when viewed from a wide viewing angle. Razer has yet to publish what level of sRGB color gamut the monitor has, while the maximum brightness is 400 nits.
Because it holds THX certification, this monitor has undergone more than 400 individual tests to ensure that the colors, tones, and images displayed are optimal for various purposes. To date, THX has not certified any other PC monitors, although last year, TCL TV was the first to feature THX certified for its gaming mode. Razer sells Raptor 27 gaming monitor for USD 800.