- Display: 27 inch FHD 144 Hz TFT Wide LCD with 16:9 aspect ratio and R1800 curve
- Features: AMD FreeSync, Lenovo OSD Gaming Monitor, Lenovo Artery gaming monitor software, Kensington Lock, Rotating headphone hook, VESA mount, and hidden cable management option
- Response time: 4 ms
- Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
- Viewing Angle: 178 degrees
- Ports: DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, USB 3.0
- Dimensions (with stand): 563.3 x 625 x 242 mm; 6.75 kg
- Price: USD 399
Lenovo just whipped out the Y27f, its first-ever free-standing monitor equipped with AMD FreeSync technology to give AMD graphics card users low input latency, tear-free, and artifact-free gaming. This 27 inch display also struts an R1800 curve for even better multimedia immersion.
AMD FreeSync technology allows displays to dynamically adapt to fluctuating video game frame rates, syncing monitor refresh rate and graphics card frame output to ensure smooth-looking images. FreeSync is supported by a wide range of AMD graphics card, including the recently launched Radeon RX graphics cards.
Of course, the monitor wouldn’t have the gaming tag on it if it didn’t deliver in other aspects. Refresh rate is at a hearty 144 Hz, response time is at a quick 4 ms, and I/O features DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 1.4 connections to maximize frame output. There’s also a rotating headphone hook, VESA mount option, and hidden cable management nooks because gamers are not savages when it comes to aesthetics.
It’s available at the Lenovo online shop for USD 399.