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    Razer Raptor 27-inch WQHD Gaming Monitor unveiled

    And Razer aims to create an ecosystem of haptic-feedback HyperSense devices.
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    Re: Razer Raptor 27-inch WQHD Gaming Monitor unveiled

    I see it comes with the standard Razer price tag.

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    Re: Razer Raptor 27-inch WQHD Gaming Monitor unveiled

    Saw people describe it as ugly, I think it's a clean and sensible look, if only the RGB were off and the green highlights hidden. Like the specs, but, as mentioned, costs way too much.

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    Re: Razer Raptor 27-inch WQHD Gaming Monitor unveiled

    Credit where due, as always, for trying something new or different... Fair play, Razer. Just not my kind of thing.
    Same for the new Tomahawk cases... I almost fell for those, until I saw that it uses glass. Shame, really.

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    Re: Razer Raptor 27-inch WQHD Gaming Monitor unveiled

    I agree the price is a bit high compared to other high end monitors.
    But Razer fans will likely buy it anyway. It's nice to have a mathcing setup, thats why i bought a pricey Asus monitor back then.

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    Re: Razer Raptor 27-inch WQHD Gaming Monitor unveiled

    Considering it is an IPS monitor at 144hz the price is not that bad considering other brands offerings, but I will never buy a Razer product!

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    Re: Razer Raptor 27-inch WQHD Gaming Monitor unveiled

    Brightness: up to 420 Nits
    HDR: Yes
    Barely meets the requirements for DisplayHDR 400. Still for a first go at a monitor it isn't terrible, just that stand looks awful to me.

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