HP 27-inch QHD Gaming with Tilt/Height Adjustment with AMD FreeSync Premium Technology (X27q, 2021 model)

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HP 27-inch QHD Gaming with Tilt/Height Adjustment with AMD FreeSync Premium Technology (X27q, 2021 model)
HP 27-inch QHD Gaming with Tilt/Height Adjustment with AMD FreeSync Premium Technology (X27q, 2021 model)

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Specification: HP 27-inch QHD Gaming with Tilt/Height Adjustment with AMD FreeSync Premium Technology (X27q, 2021 model)

Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎2560×1440

Max Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1440 Pixels

Brand

‎HP

Series

‎X27q, 2021

Item model number

‎2V7U3AA#ABA

Item Weight

‎13.89 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎20.17 x 24.15 x 8.33 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎20.17 x 24.15 x 8.33 inches

Color

‎Black

Voltage

‎240 Volts

Manufacturer

‎Hewlett Packard Office

Date First Available

‎May 30, 2021

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  1. Brendis

    Amazing quality display with a high refresh rate and hdr support! One negative is that the display’s local dimming is in the form of broad vertical strips, so it can be very distracting when looking at dark content in HDR, especially when moving around your mouse, as you can see them adjust clearly. Overall, it’s a great monitor and a great value!

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  2. RT

    Got the HP X27q during the second treasure truck sale on July 13, 2022. As you see in some of the reviews after July 13 some have reported getting monitors with a BOE panel (BIM111) used instead of the LG panel (LIM101) in earlier manufactured models that got a lot positive reviews. There are other reports of people getting a newer revision LG panel (LIM111). It’s a lottery at this point.

    In my case I would be considered lucky and got an old stock manufactured Aug 2021 with the LIM101 LG panel and monitor FW 1.1.1.0.

    No dead or stuck pixels. No flickering.

    The colors after using a color profile file from a review and their recommended settings and in 10bit the general output from the monitor looks great. This is my first IPS monitor so it was a bit of a sensory overload with picture quality after using TN monitors for so long.

    But that’s kinda ruined as I got unlucky with the IPS glow lottery. The bottom left is pretty bad. If there’s anything dark in that corner it will look washed out if sitting in the center. I can either sit a bit off to the left about an inch from the center or sit one and half arms length away to see that bottom left glow go away so things like watching movies from a further distance is unaffected. Included in the review is a pretty good representation of what I see using a solid black color and with the monitor brightness set at 5 at about an arms length away.

    Horizontal viewing angles are good.
    Vertical viewing angles are only good looking from below. From above it’s a bit washed out and gets worse when a horizontal angle is added. Looks like it comes from the IPS glow at the bottom. Compared to my Dell S2716DG with TN panel vertical viewing angle from above is much better. But honestly vertical viewing angles will never be a problem for me.

    Buttons in the back is just bad. Having a multi monitor setup and needing to press any buttons to switch input or make any other adjustment means I have to keep pivoting away my side monitor which I’m glad I have monitor arms. Just have the buttons at come out the bottom of the bottom bezel.

    The forward facing power LED design placement is questionable as the placement is just “there”. By default on the white LED is not that bad during the day, but at night it will be noticeable and can be dazzling to the eyes. And it turns to a nice amber when it enters into sleep mode though I it’s still a bit bright at night. HP does give us the option to completely disable it. But there seems to be a bug with it. After turning off the power LED and the first time the monitor enters sleep mode the LED will stay off. But when you wake it up and the next it enters sleep mode with the “no input” message pops up the white LED will come on and stay on. It doesn’t turn amber and stays white. The LED will then turn off the next time you wake it up.

    Warranty length is only a year. But for me after searching up my serial number my warranty started back in April 15, 2022 and ends May 9, 2023. So I have 10 months. Though I’m pretty sure they have to grant my warranty started at the time of purchase July 13 and not April 15 with the invoice.

    So to rate the monitor. During the day time the IPS glow is not noticeable and the overall picture quality is great. In the evening/night the IPS glow is there but I’ve found a good balance of brightness that works well that it limits the IPS glow and haven’t noticed it when just doing stuff. Though for others this might not be possible. The vertical angle that I’m not bothered about but should be brought up. And the bug with the power LED can be a major issue for some. Finding out that I may have less than one year warranty really sucks so I’m giving it a 3 star instead of a 4.

    If this monitor was to ever drop down to the treasure truck truck price of $175 I would try and get another one and would recommend giving it a shot. It is Amazon so returns is not that much of an hassle. At the regular price of around $250 I would really be looking at other monitors in this price range before considering this X28q.

    Something to note is other major electronic stores don’t sell this model anymore and HP’s own store website doesn’t even have a page for it. Is it possible this treasure truck sale was to move the last major batch of these monitors before being discontinued?

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  3. stalker1968

    Bought one of these during Black Friday 2022. Enjoyed it and was happy to use it as a stop gap until OLED became less exclusive.

    10 months later, it developed a strange flickering issue that made certain motions feel like 30hz or something. Pretty jarring. Thought my eyes were messing with me. But I eventually tested with different PC’s and cables and confirmed it was the monitor. I called support since i was still in warranty.

    I probably wasted 3 hours of my life over multiple calls trying to convey the issue to them. The amount of times we had to go over and rehash details (SN, Proof of purchase, etc) we already covered was ridiculous. At a certain point they asked me to join a webex call from my smartphone and share what I was seeing using my camera.

    After about 30-40 minutes or so of them looking at my monitor through a phone’s camera, they did not feel confident they could see the problem. I noted to them that I didn’t believe phone’s camera was able to capture the problem as well as the naked eye.

    After good amount more time basically arguing with them, they say they will send a replacement and send a confirmation email once it ships and that I can ship the existing monitor back after the new one is received.

    Confirmation email is never received. But, about 10 days later a monitor sized box shows up and I can tell there is another box inside…Turns out to be an empty box.

    I’m supposed to ship my under warranty monitor back to them so they can deem if the issue is valid or not….Given how squirley the whole process has been to this point, I’m just saying screw it. I didn’t spend 3 hours on the phone haggling over a monitor I paid less than 200 bucks for just to pull a fast one on HP.

    This kind of support does not inspire me to purchase more products from HP. This is more in line with support I would expect from some knock off brand where you just assume at the time of purchase that any expressed warranty is bogus.

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  4. RT

    really good and fast for my next gen xbox series s and a good high quality image. free sync works well with my xbox and i get as many frames as a game can play on. also works great as a desktop for mirroring my apple laptop. the auto hdmi switch is seamless and helpful. plenty of color settings to choose from. great price. good adjustments for height and tilt

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  5. Bk

    This monitor does what it’s advertised to do well. When plugged into a PC/laptop as external display, it runs games great at 1440p & 144hz (up to 165hz display port). It also runs certain PS5 games that have 120hz support at 1440p very nicely. The biggest drawback I have found is that console games capped 60fps are a hit or miss on this monitor. This monitor does not do 60hz well for some reason. Obviously 60hz is not its intended function, but many of the older PS4 games, like older CoD titles (which run at 60hz), look terrible on this monitor. There’s ghosting, screen tearing, and input lag, even with the response time set to Level 1 in the monitor’s OS, the lowest value. Even Battlefield 2042, which is a next gen game meant to run at 60hz has ghosting and a slight input lag with this monitor. It’s not a true, smooth 60fps. This wasn’t an issue with the generic 24” 60hz flatscreen I used to play my PS5 on, for PS4 or PS5 games running at 60hz. So if you’re a PS5 owner looking for a “do it all” monitor for your next and last gen titles, you may be disappointed to see your last gen titles don’t run as well as before. Overall, still a good buy and a no brainer for PC users looking for a budget gaming monitor, or next gen console gamers.

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