A Razer Monitor?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by NoahST, Nov 12, 2017.


What do you think about this idea

Poll closed Dec 10, 2017.
  1. I think it's cool but I wouldn't buy one

  2. I would totally buy this

  3. Not interested

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  1. NoahST

    NoahST Member

    One thing that I've been thinking of is what new products that I think that razer should introduce. They currently have most of what you need to make your amazing full gaming setup. There's one key thing that every good gaming setup needs that razer has not made yet. I think that razer should make a monitor and a good monitor. They could make a few ranging in price and quality also. The top could be 4k and have a high refresh rate and things like that the lower one could be 1080p and a lower one. I think that If there was enough demand and razer wanted to do this they could and it would be a great product. Another thing is that they could integrate chroma into the monitor. My suggestion for doing this would be to put the razer logo on the back of the monitor or the base of it could have LED's in it somehow and they could light up and look really nice. Anyone else got ideas? :smiley:
  2. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    I voted for the 1st one. The rest of your suggestions are good. The only thing I can think to add is a remote control and decent speakers. Razer should contest that market with alienware eventually. Even though alienware has a lead for now, the way they operate they'd probably squander it.
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  3. NoahST

    NoahST Member

    OK thanks!
  4. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    I like the idea of a Razer monitor, They already make one with Lenovo, But that is a partnership instead of a full on monitor on there own.
    I plan on getting a Monitor for Christmas, So unless one is released by then I will not be getting it. I would rather a 1080 one, with a 144Hz refresh rate because some people can't run flat out 4k 144Hz, Those are mainly reserved for the higher end of 1070's and 1070Ti's, with all of the other cards above that.

    GSync would also be nice, Since many people own Nvidia cards and that number is just starting to grow because the prices of AMD Cards are so high right now compared to there Nvidia counterpart, Mainly because of cryptocurrency mining with AMD cards being cheaper then Nvidia cards, Although Nvidia has also been impacted on this. They estimate it will all be cooled off and back to normal later in 2018, From what I have read.
    A freesync option would also be nice because many people still have the AMD Cards, And Freesync can be a cheaper way to GSync because AMD doesn't make company's pay to use Freesync technology.

    It would also be cool if Razer made a all in one PC later down the road, I could see some people buying that if it had the right stuff because they are slowly starting to get popular again.
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  5. NoahST

    NoahST Member

    Ya I feel like that would be a good idea
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  6. xNoct

    xNoct Member

    In my opinion 4K is totally overated , especially for competitive Gamers like myself who rather prefer to play on high refresh rate and 1080p than having "god-like" graphics.

    So, I think the sweet spot would be 1440p with 144hz(or more) for most of the gamers out there. Not everyone is willing to buy a GTX 1080 or the 1080ti so 4K with 144hz would be a little but "troublesome". Now just imagine with the NVIDIA G-Sync the price would explode.

    As I said in another thread : I want a thin 144hz (180hz would be nice) , 1080p monitor with an underglow at the stand and a big logo (I hope with Chroma) at the back.
  7. tozeleal

    tozeleal New Member

    The perfect Razer monitor:
    >Chroma support first of all
    >4k/1080p versions (not everyone wants to spend on a 4k monitor i guess)
    >120 or 144hz refresh rate
    >USB ports on the sides
    >Quality Speakers? (maybe?)
    >Special mounts for Webcam and microphone
    >Special color calibration for artists and gamers :D
  8. NoahST

    NoahST Member

    That's true it would be quite expensive and that us a good idea
    Ya I agree some people want different things so 2 or 3 different versions wouldn't hurt at all I think it would also need a 1ms or 0.5ms response time
  9. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    Well at least you put it on Insiders and Razer will read it, I'm sure other people will see it and maybe screw up the courage and chime in.
    Insiders reaches a ton of people. Believe me, I know from personal experience....
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