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HannsG Releases the HL272 27-inch LED Monitor

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The computing industry is obsessed with trying to make everything smaller but when it comes to your monitor bigger is better! Introducing the new 27" whopper from display experts HannsG. The new HL272 Widescreen LED monitor features a Full HD resolution, built-in speakers and HDMI connectivity, all for only £199.00.

The newest addition to the HannsG series of affordable HL monitors, the HL272 combines long life, energy efficient performance with super sleek, modern design. Thanks to the latest LED backlight technology the environmentally friendly HL272 has been awarded an energy star rating of 5.2 helping to curb rising energy bills, and boasts a super slim, glossy black design with a profile measuring only 40 mm for a high quality minimalist look.

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Stop making 1080p 27" panels! It needs to be 2560x1440 at LEAST.
 

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Stop making 1080p 27" panels! It needs to be 2560x1440 at LEAST.
Disagree, Hanns usually makes monitors for lower budget. I've had a few of their monitors and they were great, the 27.5" 1920x1200 I had, had a great picture. If your looking for that high of res, might as well move up to the 30" monitors out there, since the price for this with that res probably wouldn't end up being too far off of that.
 
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Disagree, Hanns usually makes monitors for lower budget. I've had a few of their monitors and they were great, the 27.5" 1920x1200 I had, had a great picture. If your looking for that high of res, might as well move up to the 30" monitors out there, since the price for this with that res probably wouldn't end up being too far off of that.
Implying 2560x1440 is a high res for a 27 inch screen.
If it was up to me, we would be bathing in 30 inch 3200x1800 200hz screens by now.
 
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If it was up to me, we would be bathing in 30 inch 3200x1800 200hz screens by now.
Yesss! Or... just go out and buy a 32" or 37" LCD 1080p HDTV (for about the same price, tuner and speakers included)
 
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Yesss! Or... just go out and buy a 32" or 37" LCD 1080p HDTV (for about the same price, tuner and speakers included)
yeah because a 32/37 inch 1920x1080 60hz television
is the same as a 30 inch 3200x1800 200hz monitor......
 
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Do want!!

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