Innocn 27M2U (IPS MiniLED)

Innocn 27M2U (IPS MiniLED)

Innocn 27M2U (IPS MiniLED)

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BEST RATING
Productivity:
5.0
CASUAL GAMING: Good7.9/10
COMPETITIVE GAMING: Poor5.1/10
PRODUCTIVITY: Best in Class9.8/10
MEDIA CONSUMPTION: Very Good8.9/10
RESOLUTION: Very Good8.0/10
BRIGHTNESS: Best in Class10.0/10
CONTRAST: Good7.1/10
COLOR VOLUME: Very Good8.0/10
REFRESH RATE: Poor4.9/10
RESPONSE TIME: Good7.6/10
TEXT QUALITY: Very Good8.0/10

The Innoscn 27M2U offers a sharp 4K resolution on a 27-inch screen, ideal for vivid detailed images and productivity tasks that benefit from high fidelity visuals. Its MiniLED IPS panel provides excellent color accuracy, making it well-suited for print photo editing and HDR video editing, and its performance in HDR gaming and media consumption is solid thanks to its high brightness and color volume. Casual gamers will enjoy good performance, but competitive gamers might be dissatisfied with its slower response time and lack of variable refresh rate. The monitor's midrange price makes it accessible while offering premium features, though tradeoffs in refresh rate and competitive gaming capabilities are evident. It has a good range of connectivity options, including multiple HDMI 2.0 ports and a DisplayPort, enhancing its versatility for various setups. Give Feedback

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Evaluation

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Pros
  • High screen resolution for sharp images
  • Excellent brightness and contrast
  • Supports HDR gaming and media
  • Adjustable stand for ergonomics
  • Wide color gamut for photo editing
Cons
  • Low refresh rate not ideal for competitive gaming
  • Poor total response time may cause ghosting
  • Limited connectivity with no HDMI 2.1 or USB-C

Ratings by Category

Productivity:
5.0
The productivity score is based on a variety of factors like resolution, screen size, pixels per inch, ergonomics and screen coating.
Media Consumption:
4.7
The media comparison score is based on a variety of factors like resolution, contrast, brightness and screen coating
Casual Gaming:
4.4
The casual gaming score is based on a variety of factors including refresh rate, resolution, contrast, brightness, color gamut and screen coating.

Full Specs

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GENERAL

Price
$425
Screen Size
27"
Resolution
3840 x 2160
Screen Type
MiniLED
Screen Sub-type
IPS
Local Dimming Zones
384

COLOR, CONTRAST & BRIGHTNESS

Native Contrast
1000:1
SDR Peak Brightness
1000 nits
HDR Peak Brightness
1000 nits
Suitable for HDR Gaming and Media Consumption
Yes
sRGB Color Gamut
99 %

MOTION CHARACTERISTICS

Total Response Time
8 ms
Strobing / BFI
No
Persistence Blur Score
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5/10
Ghosting Score
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7.6/10

TEXT & IMAGE CLARITY

Pixels Per Inch
163 PPI
Coating
Matte
Text Clarity Score
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8/10
Image Clarity Score
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8/10

PORTS & CONNECTIVITY

HDMI 1.4 Ports
0
HDMI 2.0 Ports
2
HDMI 2.1 Ports
0
Micro HDMI Ports
0
DisplayPort 1.2 Ports
0

Innocn 27M2U (IPS MiniLED)

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Mark Sparrow | November 2022
"The Innocn 27MU2 screen isn’t built to Apple standards, but it’s robust enough for desktop use and surprisingly lightweight, considering its image quality. The stand is rock steady and adjustable, plus the screen can be wall mounted. There are plenty of input options plus the ability to display two sources on screen at the same time."

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