Product Comparison: HP Z27 vs HP Z27N G2
- The HP Z27 4K stands out for the far superior image.
- Compared to my old full HD monitor a few years ago, this is a whole other world with 4K resolution.
- Perfectly anti-glare screen, fully rotatable even vertically.
- 4K screen to be able to work from home reporting X-rays and this monitor offers great image quality.
- Maximum resolution of 3840x2160 that results, in my opinion somewhat excessive since the elements on screen look too small.
- A very nice monitor. It’s QHD 2560x1440, and not 4K resolution but otherwise has all the features I was hoping for in a model this year.
- Beautiful 27" diagonal and the edges are thin and minimal, this just to configure it in multi monitor mode by siding two or more monitors.
- This model is the high resolution of 2560 x 1440, halfway between Full HD and native 4K.
- This resolution is particularly appreciated on the 27" and certainly gives much more space in terms of pixels to work.
- It is a very remarkable 27", with highly respectable video features.
HP Z27N G2
- One of the big issues with IPS screens is backlight bleed, they all have it to some extent, but on this screen it's almost imperceptible.
- I cannot overstate just how pleasing the picture quality, in terms of color, sharpness and vibrancy is straight out the box.
- It has an IPS panel of good quality, with good, vibrant colors.
- Perfect colours, even with factory calibration. However, for my taste, with this color profile the whites turned slightly yellow but easily calibrated.
- Very good gray gamut and without any reflection due anti-glare coating.
- Good colours, and as bright as anyone could wish - I've actually turned the brightness down a bit.
- It's an IPS-type monitor, which means the viewing angles are very wide and the colours are rich and accurate.
- The 350 cd/m² stand out and push the brightness and contrast decidedly above average.
- Despite being an IPS the contrast is very high and the blacks.
- The IPS panel is excellent, also useful for graphics and also for gamers.
- The monitor and stand are reassuringly solid and weighty with all the height and swivel adjustments you are likely to need.
- The stand is very solid and perfectly stable, don't wobble at all.
- The monitor is ideal for working, especially with office applications (primarily tables) and CAD systems.
- The monitor is a little slow to recover from standby. This when using for work can be annoying.
- The only drawback I would put is that it does not have built-in speakers.
- A nice looking, robust and highly adjustable stand, up-down, tilt and rotate, or the monitor can be VESA mounted.
- Amazing feature is its base, very stable, widely adjustable, not forgetting that rotate a 27" upright It's not a small thing.
- The mount of this monitor alone is worth most of the cost, as it allows you to orient it, raise it and move it.
- The menu for adjustments did not convince me at all, I found it inconvenient.
- Sadly, there is no support for G-Sync or FreeSync.
- Equipped with DisplayPort, HDMI, USB-C inputs with video.
- Many ports, good image, the ability to transfer video via usb type c.
- The presence of Usb type C allows you to use the monitor as a light docking station for a laptop.
- Through one cable, you can charge the device, transfer video data and connect the usb device.
- The main USB-C port due to the support of DP 1.4 makes it possible to create a multi-monitor configuration of at least two 4K monitors.
- Acts as a USB3 hub, including upstream and downstream usb-c ports, also supporting display input over usb-c.
- Has DisplayPort daisy-changing for supporting multiple monitors, and HDMI and DVI inputs.
- Inputs are super complete more than you need, from DVI to two Display Port to USB —C 3.1.
- There is just everything for convenient connections, I consider it also very versatile, indeed the inputs do not end.
- The ports are complete and, in addition to the power supply, there is a DVI-D, HDMI 2.0 and Displayport 1.2.
HP Z27N G2