HP 27" FHD 75Hz 5ms GTG IPS LCD FreeSync Gaming Monitor (M27f) - Silver/Black
- 27-inch LCD display featuring Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio brings your games to life with vibrant picture quality
- 5ms GTG response time and 75Hz refresh rate ensure smooth and responsive gameplay without any lag
- Advanced AMD FreeSync technology reduces screen tearing and stuttering to give you a highly immersive gaming experience
- 10M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 300cd/m2 brightness, and 99% sRGB colour gamut make sure you witness precise and realistic colours with enhanced clarity and depth
- IPS technology with edge-lit backlight panel supports 178-degrees ultra-wide viewing angles, so you can view the screen virtually from any corner of the room
- Eyesafe-certified HP Eye Easy technology offers improved viewing comfort with reduced eye fatigue during long hours of gameplay
- Two HDMI 1.4 ports and a VGA port offer reliable connectivity with your gaming desktop or laptop
- Built using 85% postconsumer recycled plastic to make this monitor both sustainable and eco-friendly
- Sleek profile allows for streamlined multi-monitor setup (additional monitor sold separately)
- Integrated cable containment feature keeps the cables well organized for a clutter-free look
- HP M27f FHD Monitor
- A/C Power Cable
- HDMI Cable
- 25W Adapter
- Document Kit
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Of the 427 reviewers who responded, 410 would recommend this product.
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- Easy on the eyes- May 11, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I recently pick up this 27" IPS LED FHD Monitor to make it easier on my eyes. First off this monitor has a very sleek form factor and doesn't take up too much room on the desk . It is essentially plug and play and allows you to connect to your computer and you're off and running. There are two HDMI connections and a standard VGA video input.. There is a cable management system in the back that hides the cables from sight. The screen size is not overwhelming and with the larger screen I can have two windows open at the same time and they display fine. Color and picture quality are excellent, displaying in full HD. This is a great monitor for anyone looking for a larger screen.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great for Work, But Not the best for Gaming- May 27, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic my son has not been able to attend Kindergarten in person. Instead, his school provided him with a Chromebook and, for nearly an entire year, he has been participating in Remote Learning. We are lucky to be in a school district that was able to provide him with a computer, but the screen is so small that it is incredibly difficult to help him with his school work while standing over his shoulder. Plus, such a small screen does a poor job at displaying each of his classmate’s video feeds. When his very first eye test showed that he needed glasses, we decided he needed a larger monitor. This HP Monitor has been quite a refreshing upgrade. The 27 inch size is perfect. Not only does he have more real estate for his school work, but he can now actually see each of his classmates in greater detail. The monitor is incredibly lightweight, easy to set up, has clips on the back to organize the cables, and it easily tilts forwards/backwards - although unfortunately, there are no height adjustment options. I also appreciate that the front of the monitor has an small icon that shows where the power button is. (All of our other monitors seem to hide the menu buttons which can lead to frustration.) The screen appears to have almost no bezel at all - although when the monitor is turned on, there is about ¼” around the edge that does not display an image. Also curious is that the Blue Light Filter is always on. We do like that the filter should be better on our son’s eyes, but I would imagine that many users would like the ability to turn off the feature so that images can be more vivid for content such as games, or movies. Apparently almost all new monitors have a blue light filter option somewhere in their menus (usually “night” or “low light” settings). Even with the blue light filter always on, the screen's color appears accurate (although I have intentionally avoided comparing it to another monitor as blue light filters tend to make images appear slightly more yellow). Because the blue light filter cannot be turned off, because the resolution is only 1920 x 1080, and because the refresh rate maxes out at 70 fps - I would not suggest this monitor for PC gaming….even though it does include AMD FreeSync (which is a technology that reduces misalignment between the screen's refresh rate and the frame rate of the source content being received by the Monitor.) HP claims that the color produced is accurate, but with the blue light filter this simply cannot be the case. Also, gaming now is commonly 4K at 120 fps which is beyond this monitor’s capabilities. For anyone now working from home, this monitor is a fantastic option. It is large enough that it should be able to be used as a single large monitor. But, be aware that if it is used in a dual monitor set-up, the image may look different if paired with a different monitor model (as again, the blue light filter cannot be turned off).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A Cool Looking Everyday Monitor- May 14, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] IPS monitors provide excellent color reproduction as well as much better viewing angles and the HP M27f Full HD monitor is just that monitor for your everyday use. The M27f isn’t your traditional IPS monitor though; it’s very simple in design, yet more contemporary with its unique monitor stand and silver accents. The monitor’s bezels are fairly thin and the chin is of an acceptable size. It allows for two HDMI and one VGA inputs. Monitor controls are tucked underneath the chin with a single LED light to indicate power as well as a tiny symbol designating where the power button is located. Right in the center of the chin is the HP logo. Overall, the monitor just looks really, really cool. This monitor is probably the lightest, thinnest monitor I’ve ever owned. A monitor’s stand typically puts on the weight to allow for stability, but the combination of its thin screen and its uniquely designed stand is well balanced. It also probably has to do with the limited adjustability of the screen as you can only forward tilt it to and fro; you cannot raise or lower the monitor, and you cannot switch it to landscape. Other omissions are the ability to VESA mount this monitor as there are no mounting provisions for it. You’ll have to rock the stand it came with. Performance? It’s an IPS monitor with a generous 75Hz refresh rate with AMD FreeSync. Probably not a gamer’s monitor, but photo viewing, movie watching and the like are indeed enjoyable experiences with the M27f. Bringing up the OSD, there are many options to play with to get the monitor dialed in for your needs. I flipped between Neutral and Native for as they both provided a more natural color output that was easy on the eyes. Speaking of easy, HP Eye Ease is a feature that reduces blue light to help one get to bed easier. It's synonymous with cell phones that “warms” the screen to help aid in sleep. Viewing angles on the M27f are fantastic no matter which angle you’re coming from. Try this on a VA or TN panel and your screen begins to degrade or disappear. Other honorable mentions -- on the backside, there is a small groove in the stand for cable management...and that’s all I can say about the backside. HP decided to go with a power brick to keep the monitor light and super thin and that doesn’t bother me unless I manage to lose the power brick somehow. Cons?? Like I mentioned above, it has limited adjustability as well as mountability. Also, there are no speakers if you’re looking for sound output. There is a VGA port, which confuses me to this day. I thought we got rid of those a long time ago. It seems to be the still ongoing trend for many 1080p displays made today. Finally, there’s the price. IPS monitors generally are more expensive than their VA/TN counterparts at the equivalent resolution and refresh rate. But you do get the better color saturation and viewing angles. But when competing with the other 27” FHD IPS monitors in its class, the M27f is an aesthetics first, function second kind of monitor. No doubt, the monitor looks cool, but there are other monitors that can be adjusted in every which way as well as be VESA mounted if you choose to, all with the IPS benefits at around the same price range. So if you’re looking for a 27” FHD IPS monitor and you love the way the M27f looks, yet know its physical limitations, I’d say go for it. It’s just a sleek looking monitor all around, it visually performs well, and ultimately gets a recommendation from me.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- HP Eye Ease!!!- May 13, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Just like the title says this monitor is truly easy on the eyes even after staring it all day. Pretty much everyone uses a computer everyday for one thing or another and most people are on them all day which puts a strain on your eyes and especially with me, I used to get headaches from staring at the monitor all day long. I would use a filter to help with the eye strain and my headaches, but those screen filters are cumbersome to work and the screen just looks odd. This monitor makes everything an ease. So, lets go over some of the features and Pros and Cons of this HP IPS LED FHD FreeSync Monitor. Setup This monitor is pretty much ready to go right out of the box. The setup requires no tools and there is one screw on the base that you need to tighten in order to put the monitor together. The monitor has two HDMI ports and 1 VGA port. Features- HP Eye Ease - HP Eye Ease technology keeps your eyes comfortable with an always-on blue light filter. Accurate Colors – Even with the always on blue light filter there is barely any loss in colors. Full HD 1080p Display Wire management System Pros- Extremely light weight HDMI ports AMD Free sync Size Cons- Lack of DisplayPort input Overall, this is not a bad monitor at all. Its ease of use and Eye Ease technology makes this the perfect monitor for your everyday and office use. The always on blue light definitely cuts down on eye strain and headaches for me. Combination of size, FHD display and Eye Ease technology makes this monitor a good buy.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great detail and clarity.- June 26, 2021
This monitor is perfect for my review of centuries-old documents, clear and focused. I love the tilt so that my neck can stretch when needed, but I wish it was telescoping. And watching movies is great too.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.