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Anyone getting in on this mass drop?


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The Nixeus EDG 27 is the world’s first WQHD IPS gaming monitor with an AMD FreeSync Certified range of 30Hz to 144Hz.



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27″ 2560 x 1440 IPS Type (AHVA) Panel: Featuring WQHD resolution, the NX-EDG27’s 27 inch display features four times the amount of pixels of a standard HD computer monitor. With an impressive 178° (H) / 178° (V) viewing angles, videos and pictures can be viewed from any position with no color shifting. Both features make the NX-EDG27 the ideal monitor for content creation and professional work.

Display type: 27 in IPS (AHVA) LED backlit gaming-grade display panel (Matte Finish)
Maximum resolution: 2560 x 1440p
Refresh rate: 144Hz ---- (AMD FreeSync certified for 30Hz to 144Hz)
Response time: 4 ms (GTG)
Color support: 16.7 million
Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (typical)
Native contrast ratio: 1000:1
Viewing angles: 178° horizontal/ 178° vertical
Speakers: Stereo speakers
Input ports: DisplayPort 1.2a (up to 144Hz), HDMI 2.0 (up to 144Hz), Dual-Link DVI, HDMI 1.4
Audio input and output ports: 3.5mm Audio Jack

VESA 100 x 100 mm mounting
Ergonomic height-adjustable stand with tilt, 90° pivot, and swivel

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DisplayPort cable
Quick-start guide
3.5 mm audio cable
Power supply
3-Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty





Even though I have a nice 4K UHD monitor, I can't help but be interested in this nicely priced 144Hz monitor that runs adaptive sync properly. drool.gif



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I've been so pumped for this monitor. Is there an advantage of going through this pre order mass drop like is it cheaper than when it's officially released? Being an eay adopter does make me worry

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I feel like they missed their window - with the new samsung 1440p 144hz VA panels at 27" & 31,5" this nixeus monitor seems redundant as its design is really bad frown.gif
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I feel like they missed their window - with the new samsung 1440p 144hz VA panels at 27" & 31,5" this nixeus monitor seems redundant as its design is really bad frown.gif

I feel similarly but depending on what price Samsung is, this monitor can still be a good buy. It's looking like it will shoot for $449. Samsung launched their 144hz 1080p monitor at $399, so i expect a 1440p version with HDR will run at LEAST $599.

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I'm pretty sure Samsing 27inchers will be in 1000$ range. Makes no sense that it would be cheaper than XB271HU. 600$ would be crazily good price, 200$ cheaper than predators? no way.

As for this, is it Korean only product like Yamakasi or Qnix? The stand looks like cheap copy of XB271HU, which isn't the most attractive stand in the first place tongue.gif
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Any idea if this has an OSD? I'm kinda annoyed dealing with color inside of windows with my current screen, especially when windows 10 creative update breaks it entirely.

Edit: ah shame no shipping to Canada, will have to wait out release then.

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Any idea if this has an OSD? I'm kinda annoyed dealing with color inside of windows with my current screen, especially when windows 10 creative update breaks it entirely.

Edit: ah shame no shipping to Canada, will have to wait out release then.

Yes, it has an OSD for color calibration. It will be available in Canada in the future from Amazon and Newegg.

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Yes, it has an OSD for color calibration. It will be available in Canada in the future from Amazon and Newegg.

Any idea when or even if it will be available in Europe?
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Any idea when or even if it will be available in Europe?

Late Q2/Early Q3... takes time for shipment to go from USA to EU.

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