The Razer announced a totally original concept of a 27-inch gamer monitor, the Razer Raptor. The novelty will be shown in an initial design version between today (8) and January 11 at CES 2019, the largest technology fair in the world. The first units of the Razer Raptor are expected to be produced by the end of the year.
“Razer has already worked with partners to bring their experience to gaming monitors, but it has never achieved what we consider to be the maximum potential. We decided to use our own hands to close this gap and now we are very excited to expand our presence in the market, ”said Min-Liang Tan, confused and CEO of Razer.
Ready for eSports
The Razer Raptor will offer wider viewing angles from an IPS screen with WQHD IPS resolution (2560 × 1440) that can be custom calibrated and bezel sizes of only 2.3mm. The display will feature AMD Radeon FreeSync adaptive synchronization technology, 1ms response time with Motion Blur reduction and up to 144hz refresh rate, which guarantee higher image quality during matches and meet the highest visual demands of video enthusiasts. technology and eSports.
The Razer Raptor will display vibrant colors thanks to support for the 95% of the DCI-P3 standard and will support HDR (High Dynamic Range) content, providing deep black tones ideal for truly immersive visual experiences. The color profiles will be programmed on the monitor according to the user's needs, whether for playing games, watching a movie or working.
The Razer Raptor's matte black look was developed with extreme precision from an aluminum base. On the back, a texture that mixes fabric and metal adds a touch of elegance. At the base, a LED strip with Razer Chroma technology creates a light effect that can be customized by the free Razer Synapse 3 app and synchronized with other products with the same feature.
Designed to provide easy cable management, the Razer Raptor has height adjustment and can be tilted up to 90 degrees, making it easy for users to access the entry and exit doors. In addition, channels made with CNC on the back of the monitor base hide the five green cables from Razer and leave the environment organized.
The Razer Raptor will have several inputs to connect other devices, including an HDMI, a DisplayPort, a USB-C that can be used for power and two USB-A 3.1. In addition, it will have the features Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture, which allow the user to view images of multiple outputs simultaneously.
Pricing and Availability
The Razer Raptor will begin to be sold in the United States and Canada through the Razer.com website by the end of 2019. There is still no information on availability and price for Brazil.
- Screen size: 27 inch
- Resolution: WQHD (2560 x 1440p)
- Screen type: IPS
- Refresh rate: 144 Hz
- Response Rate: 4 ms with Overdrive, 1 ms with Motion Blur reduction, 7 ms Typical
- Game modes: FPS / Racing / MMO / Streaming
- Viewing angle: 178 degrees (H / V)
- Aspect ratio: 16: 9
- Contrast: 1000: 1
- Brightness: up to 420 nits
- Color standard: DCI-P3 95%
- HDR: Yes
- Height-adjustable bracket: Yes, 90 degree tilt for easy access to doors
- Connectivity: 1 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DP 1.4, 1 x USB-C (supports DP1.4), 2 x USB 3.1
- Included cables: 1 x power, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x USB-C (also supports DP and power), 2x USB-A 3.1
- Dimensions with stand: 61.3 cm wide x 38.8 cm to 48.8 cm high x 18.9 cm deep
- Weight with stand: 11.5 kg