Lenovo G27q-20 and G27-20 Monitors Support AMD FreeSync Premium Technology

Lenovo G27q-20 and G27-20 Monitors Support AMD FreeSync Premium Technology

Lenovo has announced the sale of the 27-inch G27q-20 and G27-20 gaming monitors. They use flat panels like IPS.

In the case of the Lenovo G27q-20, this is a QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) anti-glare panel. The screen resolution of Lenovo G27-20 is Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels).

The monitors support AMD FreeSync Premium adaptive sync technology. The maximum refresh rate of the Lenovo G27q-20 screen is 165 Hz, the Lenovo G27-20 screen is 144 Hz. In terms of response time, GtG is 3ms, MPRT is 1ms. The maximum brightness in both cases is declared equal to 400 cd / m2. The monitors use 8-bit color representation and FRC to achieve “impressive color reproduction” and 99% coverage of the sRGB color space.

V-base stand with turquoise LED backlighting allows you to adjust the height and angle of the screen.

These 16: 9 aspect ratio IPS panels are designed to deliver uncompromising home gaming, work or study, delivering outstanding color and grayscale performance and wide viewing angles for incredible clarity. These screens, capable of displaying virtually the same number of colors as a 10-bit monitor,

Monitors support HDR. HDMI and DisplayPort 1.2 video inputs are used to connect to the image source. In addition, there is an audio output.

The Lenovo G27q-20 monitor costs $ 300, the Lenovo G27-20 monitor $ 240. They should be on sale in January 2021.

Lenovo G27q-20 and G27-20 Monitors Support AMD FreeSync Premium Technology

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