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Iiyama Releases ProLite E2773HS-2 27-inch Monitor

Iiyama rolls out its new 27" mainstream FullHD consumer monitor.

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  1. I'll never understand why people buy 27" monitors at 1080p, it's so blurry when you're sitting in front of it. You should at least get a 1440p monitor at that size.
  2. Haven't seen Iiyama in a while. Last time was 2003.
  3. The article doesn't state what kind of panel is the monitor employing.
  4. Anonymous said:
    I'll never understand why people buy 27" monitors at 1080p, it's so blurry when you're sitting in front of it. You should at least get a 1440p monitor at that size.


    agreed, 4-5 years ago I picked up a 27" 1920x1200 monitor. It was great at the time because my setup dictated that I sit a little ways away from it. But now that I sit a 'normal' 2' from it the pixel density is driving me nuts. Now I am saving my pennies for a replacement which will be a 27-30" 1440p or a 40-45" UHD (if they become available).
  5. This is stone-age technology!
    Anything less than 2560x1440 should not even get a mention on Tom's Hardware.
  6. 2006 just called, they want their monitor back!
    Seriously why is this on Toms Hardware? There are a huge number of 1080p panels at 27" on the market that are both cheaper and far better than this one. If you want 1080p go for a 23". You guys should be posting about new developments in the computer monitor industry for example sAMOLED, 1600p+, UHD etc
  7. Speaking of 2006, I use a 17" monitor from 2006 with a resolution of 1280x1024 which would be less blurrier than a 27" 1080p.
  8. What? No Display port? No 4k resolution? Why on earth should i buy this.... thing ?
  9. wow the comments are stupid.
    ill take a higher quality picture over higher resolution any day.
    make no mistake, unless you poor 1k+ into a monitor you are sacrificing quality image for that higher resolution.
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