Source: Razer Adds More Hz, THX Certification to its Raptor 27 Gaming Monitor | Tom's Hardware (tomshardware.com)
I just had to call attention to this overpriced monitor. Monitors that cost $300-$400 have better specifications. For $800 people can buy a 160Hz 4K/HDR600 monitor with DSC and built in calibration. It's sad that this monitor will sell because of the branding and unconventional RGB stand. The cherry on the top, this monitor only includes a 1 year warranty.Razer only entered the gaming monitor game in 2019, but that first foray into the market quickly earned a spot on our Best Gaming Monitors page. The Razer Raptor 27 stood out with high-level gaming specs and unique details, like cable management channels. The updated, primarily faster Raptor 27 announced today shows the gaming brand isn’t done trying to make its mark in the ultra competitive space.