When it comes to gaming, every avid gamer knows that having a good system works wonders. Not only does it look better to have an ultra-cool set-up, but it also improves performance. Right from the CPU to the display, every gamer wants the best experience and that’s why many of them are willing to splurge for the top gaming technology.
Razer is a gaming brand that is known for producing some of the best gaming products money can buy. The company is a known entity in the gaming circle and have managed to deliver some outstanding products in the past. Today, we’ll be reviewing one of their products, the Razer Raptor 27 and whether it lives up to gamers expectations or not.
The Raptor 27 is a gaming monitor designed keeping in mind the needs of the gamers. Upon first viewing, there is no denying that the Raptor is a good-looking monitor. With back ridges designed to hold the monitor wires in place, a cloth back finish, and LED lights fitted under its base, style is definitely one of its plus points. The monitor boasts a 144Hz IPS panel which can display twice the number of frames than the industry standard.
The image quality delivered by the laptop is sharp and is able to also render deep rich blacks. Its ultra-low motion blur technology can further be used to enhance the sharpness of each frame. The Razor Raptor 27 also supports both the NVIDIA G-sync Compatible and AMD Freesync standards. This eliminates lag when playing, helping gamers perform better and more efficiently.
While the monitor certainly delivers on most of its promises, it is more on the expensive side of things. There are other cost-effective alternatives with similar features like the ad 27 QD monitor by Oris. The design, while certainly eye-catching, fails when it comes to functionality. The reason for this being that the back ridges for the wires become an inconvenience when trying to adjust the height of the display.
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Overall, while the Razor Raptor 27 has some good features it’s not for everybody. That being said, it is still a decently made product and for gamers who are looking for a quality display, it’s not a bad buy.
Donna Amo is a writer at Gutshot Magazine. She is a graduate from Sophia College of Women, Mumbai with a degree in English Literature. When this October born foodie is not writing content or poetry, she spends her time laughing at memes or watching series. Based out of Mizoram, she is drawn to all things nature and has a soft spot for puppies.
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