Product Comparison: LG 27GL850-B vs Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD
- A resolution of 3840x2160 will be much better served by DP 1.5 or HDMI 2.1.
- Excellent, no screen door effect, can't see pixels even with larger 27" screen.
- Crispy 1440P Resolution (easier to read text, see details in games and movies, and add a professional look to everything).
- The best monitor I've ever owned, It has clear picture and the resolution is perfect for the size.
- This monitor is gorgeous. When you first turn it on and set the resolution to max, it will knock your socks off.
- I can change the resolution to 4K and then turn on Super Resolution.
- Native 4K 60fps easy mode. I like it.
- The AD27QD runs at 144Hz, 2560 x 1440 native. And, it's NVidia-certified G-Sync compatible.
- The G-sync works perfectly. The picture is beautifully smooth and tear and stutter-free.
- The Super Resolution would only sharpen text, lines no different then the Sharpening feature found in the OSD.
Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD
- Worthy upgrade, great colour, refresh, size and resolution.
- The display has zero backlight bleed and excellent uniformity, contrast, and response time.
- The display image, games and movie quality is truely mouth watering.
- Amazing colors and overall display. LG is on top when it comes to PC monitors.
- It displays a great picture and the colors seem good.
- The color, the lights, the graphics are so much better.
- Beautiful colors, better than other HDR monitors I can say.
- Colors on this monitor absolutely pop especially in games like overwatch.
- The colors are really good and the brightness is amazing.
- The colors are phenomenal, and it's an absolute treat to play on.
- The picture quality is great. The features are great.
- The high refresh rate and G-Sync feature are also great for games.
- I use a 2080 TI graphics card to drive this monitor, and the G-Sync feature to keep the frames in sync.
- The brand new monitor has good picture quality and many good features.
- BLUE LIGHT Filter important eye health feature for extended viewing sessions.
- The monitor is very good for gaming, maybe a little pricey, and the osd sidekick software is a nice feature.
- In the end, I'm glad i purchased it as it's been the best bang for my buck with features and quality.
- Overall good on Gigabyte for creating a feature rich monitor for a competitive price.
- Monitor has every feature you would ever need as an average gamer.
- In my opinion, this monitor comes with a lot of unnecessary features (RGB lighting, active noise-canceling, etc.) which increase the price.
- Solid Connectivity Options (Dual HDMI, Display Port, Headphone Out, and dual USB 3.0 Ports).
- HDMI and DisplayPort cable has included. Good connection.
- Comes with display port cable and HDMI cable.
- My only complain is that it does not have a USB-C port, which it should for its price tag.
- I tried both HDMI and DP, in all ports, and with 2 different computers and I cannot get it to work.
- Also the OSD sidekick program is a really nice feature but make sure to connect the included USB cable or you can't use it.
- You have to connect a usb cable from monitor to PC in order to use the OSD from win10.
- Came with all the cables needed, including HDMI, Display Port cables, USB hub cable and several power cables for different countries.
- I HIGHLY recommend a usb-c to HDMI adapter or use DP for the connection, it seemed to improve the quality of my image.
- I think it may be the usb connection between the monitor and my PC but i can't do anything to get it to work.
Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD