Innocn 27M2V (IPS MiniLED)

Innocn 27M2V (IPS MiniLED)

Innocn 27M2V (IPS MiniLED)

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BEST RATING
Productivity:
5.0
CASUAL GAMING: Very Good8.2/10
COMPETITIVE GAMING: Poor5.9/10
PRODUCTIVITY: Best in Class9.9/10
MEDIA CONSUMPTION: Very Good8.3/10
RESOLUTION: Very Good8.1/10
BRIGHTNESS: Very Good8.4/10
CONTRAST: Very Good8.0/10
COLOR VOLUME: Very Good8.0/10
REFRESH RATE: Good7.0/10
RESPONSE TIME: Good7.5/10
TEXT QUALITY: Very Good8.1/10

The Innocn 27M2V, with an upper midrange price, provides a sharp 4K resolution on a 27-inch screen using MiniLED technology, which means very good brightness and contrast, especially beneficial for HDR gaming and media consumption. It has a modest refresh rate, making it good for casual gaming and its color accuracy, including coverage of sRGB and AdobeRGB, is well-suited for digital photo and print photo editing. Its stand is adjustable and it offers good text quality and image clarity, but it's not the optimal choice for competitive gaming due to its total response time. It comes with multiple HDMI 2.1 ports and a DisplayPort, but lacks USB-C connectivity. Give Feedback

this description is based on the product variant with some specs. At the time of writing, the variant with some specs cost some dollars.




Evaluation

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Pros
  • High resolution for crisp visuals
  • Suitable for HDR gaming and media
  • Good color accuracy for photo editing
  • Adjustable stand for ergonomic setup
  • Wide color gamut coverage
Cons
  • Average contrast ratio for dark scenes
  • Limited P3 color gamut for HDR video editing
  • No USB-C or Thunderbolt ports
  • Not ideal for competitive gaming

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.
Casual Gaming:
4.5
The casual gaming score is based on a variety of factors including refresh rate, resolution, contrast, brightness, color gamut and screen coating.
Media Consumption:
4.5
The media comparison score is based on a variety of factors like resolution, contrast, brightness and screen coating
Competitive Gaming:
3.0
The competitive gaming score is based on a variety of factors including refresh rate, total response time, variable refresh rate, strobing and brightness.

Full Specs

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GENERAL

Price
$800
Screen Size
27"
Resolution
3840 x 2160
Screen Type
MiniLED
Screen Sub-type
IPS
Local Dimming Zones
1152

COLOR, CONTRAST & BRIGHTNESS

Native Contrast
1098:1
SDR Peak Brightness
790 nits
HDR Peak Brightness
1175 nits
Suitable for HDR Gaming and Media Consumption
Yes
sRGB Color Gamut
99.3 %

MOTION CHARACTERISTICS

Total Response Time
8.3 ms
Variable Refresh Rate
20 - 160 Hz
Strobing / BFI
No
Persistence Blur Score
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7/10
Ghosting Score
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7.5/10

TEXT & IMAGE CLARITY

Pixels Per Inch
164 PPI
Coating
Matte
Text Clarity Score
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8.1/10
Image Clarity Score
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8.1/10

PORTS & CONNECTIVITY

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

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Display Ninja

Rob Shafer | January 2024
"Thanks to the wide color gamut, games and videos will look even more vibrant than the standard wide gamut displays (such as LG’s Nano IPS with 98% DCI-P3 and ~90% Adobe RGB, for instance), especially when it comes to blue, cyan and green shades. All in all, if you want a 27″ 4K high refresh rate gaming monitor with a mini LED FALD backlight, the Innocn 27M2V is currently the best model available."

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