Lenovo G27c-10 27″ Full HD Curved Screen WLED Gaming LCD Monitor – 16:9 – Raven Black

Brand: Lenovo
(1 customer review)

27″ Class –
Vertical Alignment (VA) – 1920 x 1080 – 16. 7 Million Colors – FreeSync – 350 Nit Typical – 4 ms – 120 Hz Refresh Rate –
HDMI: – DisplayPort

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Lenovo G27c-10 27″ Full HD Curved Screen WLED Gaming LCD Monitor – 16:9 – Raven Black

27″ Class –
Vertical Alignment (VA) – 1920 x 1080 – 16. 7 Million Colors – FreeSync – 350 Nit Typical – 4 ms – 120 Hz Refresh Rate –
HDMI: – DisplayPort

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Lenovo

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1 review for Lenovo G27c-10 27″ Full HD Curved Screen WLED Gaming LCD Monitor – 16:9 – Raven Black

  1. Harold (verified owner)

    I’ve been using this monitor for a few weeks now, and I’m very happy with it. The 24″ screen is clear and detailed, and the backlighting is even. It works flawlessly with my Late 2013 MacBook Pro.The monitor comes with HDMI and DisplayPort cables, but since my MacBook Pro needs a mini-DisplayPort cable I also bought the . In retrospect, I should have bought the black version of that cable to match the back of the monitor, but the cable has worked great.Out of the box, colors were a little washed out at first. Pastel colors were almost white. But after going through Apple’s calibration process (System Preferences > Displays > Color > (Option-click) Calibrate… > Expert Mode) the display is richly colored and a perfect match to the built-in display on my MacBook Pro. I also had to change my sound output preferences to use the MacBook Pro’s built-in speakers, since this monitor does not have it’s own speakers.The 24″ size is very comfortable on my desk — about 4″ wider than a full-sized keyboard — and a perfect size to get retina resolution at 3840 x 2160.I also use the display with Windows 10 in Boot Camp to play games, and it works well there, too. I occasionally have a problem where the monitor comes up black out of sleep, but Alt-tabbing to another window (for some reason) wakes up the display and everything is fine. I think this is a problem with Windows rather than the display.I like the little upside-down joystick button on the bottom of the monitor for changing monitor settings. I find it easier to use than the multi-button setups on other monitors, and the on-screen overlay makes it clear how to navigate the menus. Good design.The stand is adequate for my needs, though you can only change the angle, not the height. The stand is a little bouncy, which might be annoying if your desk shakes, but my desk is stable enough that it hasn’t been a problem.Overall, I am very happy with this monitor as a no-frills beautifully clear display for programming and occasional gaming.

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