When it comes to the best PC gaming monitors, a few specs stick out: Speed, size, and syncing tech. Finding the right gaming monitor for your PC setup is about balancing those specs for the right price. The Lenovo G27Q has solid hardware for a reasonable MSRP on a normal day, but Windows Central readers can take advantage of an exclusive deal to save even more on the gaming monitor.
Right now, the Lenovo G27Q is on sale for $300 through antonline. That's $50 off of its normal price. If you use the code "WinCentral20" on or before November 14, you can get an additional $20 off the monitor. With both discounts, the Lenovo G27Q is down to just a penny under $280.
Lenovo G27Q gaming monitor
This 27-inch gaming monitor has a QHD resolution, 165Hz refresh rate, and supports AMD FreeSync Premium to help ensure smooth gameplay. Use code "WinCentral20" anytime on or before November 14 to score maximum savings.
The Lenovo G27Q is a 27-inch gaming monitor with a 2560x1440 resolution. It has an IPS panel that's built to reduce eye strain with TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light and TÜV Rheinland Flicker Free certified technology. The monitor's display covers 99% sRGB and 10-bit color. According to its listing, the monitor can show more colors (over 1 billion) than the human eye can differentiate.
The monitor also has a couple of ports. Specifically, it has a DisplayPort 1.2 and an HDMI 2.0 port.
The 165Hz refresh rate and 1ms MPRT2 response time help ensure smooth gameplay alongside support for AMD FreeSync Premium.
The stand of the Lenovo G27Q can tilt between -5 and 22 degrees. The display on the monitor has horizontal and vertical viewing angles of 178 degrees.
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