The technical specifications of Razor's first gaming monitor also make it interesting for professional work with video: the 27" IPS Non-Glare monitor with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels is factory-calibrated and has a peak brightness of 420 nits, a response time of just one millisecond, a color depth of 10-bit and covers 95% of the professional color space DCI-P3. It also supports AMD's FreeSync as well as Nvidia's G-Sync for displaying a variable refresh rate - maximum 144 Hz.
Razor Raptor 27
HDR is displayed according to the DisplayHDR 400 standard, but one should not expect too good quality of the HDR display from it - see also our guide article When can a monitor display real HDR? Beware of the DisplayHDR standards. On interfaces are a HDMI 2.0b port, a DisplayPort 1.4, a USB-C port (with support for DisplayPort 1.4 in Alt Mode) and two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A interfaces on board. A notebook connected via USB-C can also be supplied with power via the display cable, thus saving an extra power cable.
The stand of the Raptor 27, milled from a piece of aluminium, is very special, allowing a 90° inclination to the front and thus easy access to the interfaces, which are often difficult to access. In addition, it is adjustable in height by approx. 9cm and has its own cable management system. You have to do without the possibility to turn the monitor to the side or horizontally. The very thin bezel of only 2.3mm recommends the display for multi-monitor setups.
In the USA the Razor Raptor is delivered since 11.11.2019 at a price of about 700 dollars - when it will be available in this country is not known yet.
Razor Raptor 27