The computing picture is improved by the Inno View 27′′ Monitor.
The computing picture is improved by the Inno View 27′′ Monitor.
If you'd like a different view of your online work productivity and game-playing perspectives, InnoView makes your upgrading choice easy with its recently released 27" desktop monitor

If you want a different view of your online work productivity and game-playing perspectives in the future, you can upgrade to a 27′′ desktop monitor.


#We looked at it.
 

We reviewed the portable monitor of the same name last spring and found it to be very good.

The 27′′ option has an FHD1080p gaming display with an ultra-thin screen that is HDMI and VESA capable, a refresh rate of up to 100Hz, and a contrast ratio of 4,000:1. It has a tilt stand and speakers.

The included base can be VESA mounted. The image is from the Inno View.


#There is a store on Amazon.
 
#It is available at Amazon.
 

The INVPM701/27” FHD/1080P is available from the Amazon store. There is a 24”version at Amazon. The models have the same features.

Inner workings.

This large screen has an upgraded design and ultra-wide viewing angle that provides crisp, clear, detailed images from any angle. Its black metal body, sturdy thin metal stand, and ultra-thin frame are simple and elegant.

If you want to reduce the burden on the shoulders and neck during long periods of screen time for work or play, you can adjust the vertical screen angle.

The 4,000:1 contrast ratio makes the screen content clearer when combined with the maximum display resolution.

The 100Hz refresh rate is an asset for game-playing and viewing video. The graphics card and monitor refresh rate are synchronized to eliminate stuttering.

The screen's vertical angle adjusts from -5 to +20.

In fast-paced action scenes, smooth stitched video and real-time motion are used. The monitor has a response speed of 8ms, which helps eliminate blur, tearing, and ghosting. The technology helps eliminate eye fatigue in long-term use.

The desktop monitor has a brightness rating of 250 cm2 which is equivalent to 250 nits. The higher contrast ratio makes a big difference in improving performance.

99% of the sRGB color gamut is covered within acceptable standards. The 27′′ monitor has an 8-bit grayscale for over 1 million colors.

The design is outside.

This desktop monitor has a black screen and is compatible with most graphics cards.

If you use a VGA cable to connect your current monitor, you can use that with this display. For standard setup, HDMI is the way to go.

There are two ports on the rear of the panel for connecting to PCs, laptops, Chromebooks, game consoles, and other devices. The monitor has an audio out port.

The image is from the InnoView INVPM701/27” Rear Ports

The OSD menu provides access to various use cases. You can change settings for screen sharing, image or video editing, movie watching, and games.

Poor sound quality.

The speakers on the monitor are disappointing.

I used my existing cable to connect the monitor. The two internal speakers on the 27′′ monitor did not work at that point because the VGA does not carry audio signals.

I connected the cable to the ports to test the sound. The results were not very satisfying. The output sounded flat even after cranking up the onboard volume setting to maximum.

I changed the audio output on the laptop to make it sound better. The sounds produced by the external speakers connected to my docking station are deep and rich.

If the monitor's speakers are the only option, users will be disappointed if they need loud and clear audio for video calls.

Final thoughts.

The 27′′ monitor is impressive and well worth the purchase price, and it improves my computing routine.

The primary desktop is connected to a monitor. My laptop is attached to a docking station. I can use the 15-1/2′′ screen on the laptop as a second monitor when I need to view data while working with other open windows.

It's easier to show larger windows on the external screen with the 27′′ display. The additional screen real estate can eliminate the need for a smaller laptop screen.

The photo was taken by the author.

I don't reach across the desk to touch the screen on my desktop. I don't miss having a touch screen with this monitor.

The OSD buttons are hard to find and are an annoyance. The plastic button tops are hard to find.

The productivity boost from a larger monitor can be achieved by using a 27′′ desktop monitor. The bigger picture provides a more enjoyable computing experience.

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