Razer is best known for its large number of keyboards, mice, headphones and other gaming-related accessories. Razer has also produced some game monitors, most recently with the & # 39; Raptor & # 39; screen series. Razer has just upgraded the 27-inch Raptor monitor with a higher upgrade rate, but you can now get the previous model for $ 549.99. That's a $ 150 discount for the regular price and $ 50 lower than the Amazon Prime Day price.
The monitor for sale is the state-of-the-art 27-inch Razer Raptor, which has a 144Hz "IPS quality" panel, a solid aluminum base, a response speed of 1 ms and HDR 400 support. designed primarily for AMD FreeSync, but is also advertised as compatible with G-Sync. This means that no matter what graphics card you have, you should have a very smooth game up to 144Hz. Finally, the monitor has a large number of RGB lights on the base, configurable using Razer Synapse desktop software.
We haven't tried Razer Raptor ourselves, though our TechRadar friends they loved the excellent performance and colors, though they noticed that HDR is still a bit messy on Windows. Tom & # 39; s Hardware also liked the monitor for its build quality and universal GPU support, citing the lack of true sRGB color mode as a drawback for professional use.