HP Omen 27-Inch 1440p 165Hz G-Sync Monitor
HP Omen 27-Inch 1440p 165Hz G-Sync Monitor
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Get game-changing speed and clarity with this monitor from HP. Featuring a 165 hertz refresh rate, a 1-millisecond response time, and G-Sync technology, it’s about as fast as it gets for gaming—so you won’t have to worry about screen tearing or lag Read More

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BrunoS
3
Jan 3, 2019
anyone own this monitor here and not using the VESA bracket? I lost mine and looking to buy one second hand.
Jaden22
8
Mar 20, 2018
It's been 26weeks since this last dropped...can we get this again MassDrop?
Knightmaster731
12
Sep 19, 2017
This is a much better option. It is both cheaper and has a va panel. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824022583&cm_re=samsung_c27hg70-_-24-022-583-_-Product
Although it is not an IPS monitor or have g sync, it does have 1ms response time while have better colors than a tn panel.
Jaya212
13
Sep 19, 2017
While I would seriously prefer a VA panel over TN, the fact that the monitor you linked doesn't have gsync is the only reason why it's cheaper. Gsync is expensive to incorporate.
I_Am_Weasel
22
Sep 19, 2017
A crappy TN pannel at 600+ bucks... o_0 what are you people trying to pull here?!
alexmetal
20
Sep 18, 2017
HA! Trying to sell a TN panel at IPS prices? Nice try, HP. You can get the exact same Dell version of this for around $500 most of the time. Less if you buy refurbished. Stay away from this hot pile of garbage.
NYalex
278
Sep 19, 2017
you edited your original post. but you did mention a "CRAPPY TN PANEL".
mainstream TN panels do suck, but this AU optronics panel used on these gsync displays are actually pretty damn good.
i owned a pg278q from day 1. and i also have an acer predator ips gsync as well.
the TN panel actually feels much better when gaming. And gaming is the main point of GSYNC, so image quality does not matter 1 bit when gaming. And if it did, i never noticed.
Now photo editing, or any other content creation, yes ips is vastly superior in color accuracy, brightness, contrast and viewing angles.
but again, gsync monitors are marketed towards gamers, not content creators. so color accuracy does not matter 1 bit. viewing angles? who tha fuck games while looking at his/her monitor at an angle? again, does not matter 1 bit.
but if your argument was that this TN panel is vastly overpriced considering the fact that it is priced too close to them, yes we can both agree on that. The dell gsync is a much better option for the same panel.
alexmetal
20
Sep 19, 2017
I think you owe me an apology, bud. The comment directly above mine states "crappy TN pannel", I never said that. My edit was for the price on the Dell, I originally put "about $400", but that is what you can get it for on sale, not normally.
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Grinn
14
Sep 18, 2017
No vesa mount, and TN panel. HP drops the ball yet again. Strong pass for me.
ElementalBoom
11
Sep 18, 2017
Ikr wtf
zakattak47
11
Sep 18, 2017
Yeah I got really excited and then saw THAT. Massive let-down to what could of been a great looking monitor also with great specs.
trevor266
281
Sep 18, 2017
Can we stop bragging about monitor color accuracy when the monitor can only do 72% is sRBG???? That's trash! I get it's a tn panel and that's just kinda how it is, but don't try to make the color accuracy a selling point, when it's in fact a con of the panel itself.
lmcquaid
4
Sep 18, 2017
Same price as Best Buy.
SightUp
43
Sep 18, 2017
Another great deal! Thanks Massdrop!
Dxter
40
Sep 18, 2017
I think he was being sarcastic 😂
saturnotaku
108
Sep 18, 2017
Unless you're able to jump on those deals right away, you could potentially be waiting weeks for them to ship. Had that happen with a Dell monitor I got for my dad. It was insanely cheap but took the better part of 6 weeks for it to actually ship.
saturnotaku
108
Sep 18, 2017
Kind of pricey for a TN G-Sync monitor. The Dell S2716DG also uses a TN panel, has two more USB ports, two 3.5mm audio output jacks, and can often be had brand new for $500 and often less than even that. Its maximum refresh rate is "only" 144 Hz, but I don't think that would be a major sticking point for most folks.
Also, Newegg's eBay store is selling the Asus ROG PG279Q, which is an IPS 144/165 Hz display for $639.99 with free 30-day returns. And those are brand new, not refurbs.
whomad1215
710
Sep 18, 2017
That dell has been at $450 a bunch of times, refurbs as low as $330.
At over $600 this HP needed to be an IPS panel.
moenad
116
Sep 18, 2017
The Dell has been as low as 370-380$ with their last deal a while ago, directly on their website.
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