Razer Raptor 27" Gaming Monitor

Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by Razer.WolfPack, Jan 6, 2019.

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  1. 0V3R_K1LL

    0V3R_K1LL Well-Known Member

    Hardware Canucks youtube video.
     
  2. .Z4x.

    .Z4x. Active Member

    Awesome! A bit too small and not quite 4K, but looks lovely nonetheless.

    Of course, by the time the Raptor 65 gets released, I'll probably want an 8K OLED... ;^P
     
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2019
  3. .Surf.

    .Surf. Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Finally, a long awaiting wish has come true. Nice work and a hell'uva good looking.
     
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  4. kennethyha

    kennethyha Active Member

    Nice work Razer, thanks Min Liang and all the other stuffs for listening. By the way, can someone clarify this. Jensen Huang just announced Nvidia GPU will support some Freesync monitors. Is Razer Raptor one of them? and when will it arrive in east Malaysia?
     
  5. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Really nice looking monitor!
     
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  6. Kenserky

    Kenserky Well-Known Member

    I really like the plain foot.

    Keep on going Razer, soon we'll be able to have a full guild and environment with RGB sync
     
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  7. BaccaBoss2

    BaccaBoss2 Active Member

    Finally, someone made a gaming monitor with both 144Hz and a decent resolution at 1440P. IMO, 1440P is the sweet spot right now. It looks good, but isn't too many pixels to drive. Bravo Razer, now let's just see some numbers for price.
     
  8. sirludo

    sirludo Member

    All those shiny lights, looks like a christmass tree
     
  9. Ganym3de

    Ganym3de Active Member

    I really hope this Freesync passes Nvidia's official list of G-Sync compatible monitors they just announced support for. Makes the price a hella more palpable, especially since Razer Blade owners would be getting the short end of the stick if not.

    Also I know they're allowing force enable but rather not have any issues or have to buy a Core AND a AMD GPU and bring the cost up more.

    But love the design, much better than the Alienware albeit not as bright though they don't support HDR.

    Looking forward to other models and hopefully a BFG display :D
     
  10. log0n

    log0n Active Member

    Finally I've been waiting for years for Razer to release a monitor.
     
  11. Stanull

    Stanull Active Member

    any non Chroma version at cheaper price?
     
  12. TempiM

    TempiM Well-Known Member

    Too big for a setup with two monitors. 24" is better imo.
     
  13. Ginja

    Ginja Well-Known Member

    Looks awesome.
     
  14. Zekkee

    Zekkee Well-Known Member

    the lack of bezel here looks more awesome and defining than on a phone..
     
  15. Dark-Rider

    Dark-Rider New Member

    Looks nice indeed, and it will go nicely with the rest of the Razer Chroma collection...
    However, why not proposing directly a Ultra-wide and curved version of it?
    This 27 inch format and small bezel was the hit 2 yrs ago, now Ultra-wide and/or curved is the way to go for a greater gaming experience (since last summer already)

    my 2 sense...
    D8
     
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  16. OneTreadLife

    OneTreadLife Well-Known Member

    Can't say it doesn't look sweet!
     
  17. iStinger

    iStinger Well-Known Member

    This is a good start. Hope to see more competitive prices like their Razer blade stealth, and G-sync as well.
     
  18. Shinigamajj

    Shinigamajj Active Member

    Well... the only thing this Monitor has that other monitors don't have is Chroma...
    I'd rather trade that for VESA mounting holes, G-Sync or the choice of multiple screen sizes :wink_:
     
  19. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    Impressive! Looks like a few industry firsts as far as I know, thinnest bezels, 1ms IPS, and ULMB was only on Gsync monitors before. The tilting will be convinient also. 27" 1440 high refresh is the perfect combo right now too. Curious to see if it passes Nvidia's new tests to be Gsync compatible.
    Also really like the flat back of the monitor so its easy to stick on the HDK kit.
     
  20. Real_Masloff

    Real_Masloff Member

    • 27" Non-Glare WQHD IPS Display - very nice
    • Fast 144Hz Refresh Rate and wide color gamut with HDR support - sweet spot
    • Ultra thin bezels at 2.3mm - so nice and clean
    • Adaptive display via AMD FreeSync - I'm sure it's to keep costs down , so on that part it's good , but I'd perfer G-sync ,
    • 90° tilt for easy setup and access to ports - Always nice to have
    • Built-in CNC cable management system - A excellent addition that seems like a no brainer
    • USB-C power delivery to charge mobile devices - Neat, but not really needed
    • Razer Chroma™ with 16.8 million colors for customization - And of coarse the Razer trademark that everone steals,

    I really wanted a Razer monitor for the longest time, but I was able to get a monitor very similar to this (just not HDR or IPS so not as fancy) But it's got the thin bezel, 90^ mount,27', G-sync , and I have the Razer HDK so ithas chroma as well.

    I was able to get this monitor for 400$ so I know won't be able to get the Razer Raptor, but even still I don't know if I could go without G-sync anymore.

    But anyways ,Thank you Razer for making this awesome monitor can't wait to see it.
     
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