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Lenovo Q27Q-10 Review

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Product testers praised the Lenovo Q27Q-10, recommending it for office use and casual gaming. They lauded its FreeSync tech, wide viewing angles, and low input lag. However, they had mixed feelings about its 75Hz refresh rate, which is lower than the LG 27QN850-B monitor’s 144Hz refresh rate. They also criticized its slow response time.

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Product Snapshot

Overview

The Lenovo Q27Q-10 is a mid-range monitor, promising immersive visuals to home office users and casual gamers. It has a number of advanced gaming features, ranking among the top-rated computer monitors on the market. It boasts FreeSync tech and a 75Hz refresh rate, reducing screen tearing. This monitor has an outstanding 2560 x 1440 resolution and an immersive 27-inch display. Equipped with an IPS-style panel, this device offers incredible viewing angles, and it has a good 271-nit peak brightness, providing clear images in brightly lit spaces. Explore the notable features of the Lenovo Q27Q-10 and discover how it stacks up against the best gaming monitors on the market today.

Consensus

our Verdict

Analysts were amazed by the Lenovo Q27Q-10, recommending it for office use. Reviewers at PC Mag were pleased with its FreeSync tech, which reduced screen tearing during testing. They also loved its wide viewing angles, which support group viewing. Testers hailed clocked this device’s input lag at an impressive 6.6 ms, but its 22.2 ms total response time was deemed mediocre. They explained that its 75Hz refresh rate is okay for slow-paced games, but it’s much lower than the 165Hz rate of more gaming-focused monitors such as the Lenovo Legion Y27Q-20. With IPS panel technology, this device provides remarkably wide viewing angles and supports co-op gaming and team working arrangements. Researchers also noticed good reflection handling abilities and decent maximum brightness (271 nits), which provides good quality images in moderately lit offices. Reviewers at Tech Radar were unimpressed by this monitor’s poor stand, however, stating that it only provides limited flexibility. This monitor also proved to have a poor color gamut, covering just 88.8% of the sRGB color space. The colors were inaccurate out of the box, with a delta E of 4.73, and the HDMI 1.4 ports were deemed unsuitable for UHD games.

ReasonS to Buy

  • Outstanding input lag
  • Excellent viewing angles
  • Good reflection handling
  • FreeSync tech
  • Good screen size

Reason to Avoid

  • Mediocre response time
  • So-so 75Hz refresh rate
  • Poor ergonomInaccurate colors and narrow sRGB color gamutics
  • Low 1,013:1 contrast ratio
  • Older HDMI 1.4 inputs

Lenovo Q27Q-10 Specs

Display TypeLCD
HDMI Inputs1
HDR Formatn/a
Max Resolution2560 x 1440
Panel TypePanel TypeIPS
Refresh Rate75 Hz
Response TimeResponse Time4 ms
Screen size27"
Sync TechnologySync TechnologyAMD FreeSync

All Specs

Test Results

Brightness (nits)271
Contrast Ratio (as ratio x:1)1,013
Color Gamut/Accuracy % (DCI P3 xy)0
Color Gamut/Accuracy % (DCI P3 uv)0
Color Gamut % (sRGB Coverage xy)88.8
Color Gamut % (Adobe RGB Coverage xy)69.2
Color Gamut % (Rec. 2020 Coverage xy)0
Color Gamut % (Rec. 709 Coverage xy)0
Input Lag (ms)8.7
Response Time (ms)6.4
Horizontal Viewing Angle (Washout Left)46
Horizontal Viewing Angle (Washout Right)46
Vertical Viewing Angle (Washout Above)29
Vertical Viewing Angle (Washout Below)29
Reflections % (Total Reflections)4.8

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Market Context

The Lenovo Q27Q-10 is a mid-range monitor, promising immersive visuals to home office users and casual gamers. It has a number of advanced gaming features,…

The Lenovo Q27Q-10 is a mid-range monitor, promising immersive visuals to home office users and casual gamers. It has a number of advanced gaming features, ranking among the top-rated computer monitors on the market. It boasts FreeSync tech and a 75Hz refresh rate, reducing screen tearing. This monitor has an outstanding 2560 x 1440 resolution and an immersive 27-inch display. Equipped with an IPS-style panel, this device offers incredible viewing angles, and it has a good 271-nit peak brightness, providing clear images in brightly lit spaces. Explore the notable features of the Lenovo Q27Q-10 and discover how it stacks up against the best gaming monitors on the market today.

The LG 27GP83B-B boasts better gaming features compared to the Lenovo Q27Q-10. For example, the LG monitor features a much better 165Hz refresh rate compared…

The LG 27GP83B-B boasts better gaming features compared to the Lenovo Q27Q-10. For example, the LG monitor features a much better 165Hz refresh rate compared to the 75Hz rate of the Lenovo monitor. The LG device also has HDR10 tech, which is lacking on the Lenovo device.

The Lenovo Q27Q-10 has a narrower color gamut compared to the Lenovo L27Q-30. While Lenovo Q27Q-10 has an 8-bit color system, the Lenovo L27Q-30 has…

The Lenovo Q27Q-10 has a narrower color gamut compared to the Lenovo L27Q-30. While Lenovo Q27Q-10 has an 8-bit color system, the Lenovo L27Q-30 has a more expansive 10-bit color system. On the other hand, the Lenovo Q27Q-10 gets brighter, featuring a peak brightness of 271 nits, compared to 250 nits of the Lenovo L27Q-30. Check out our HP vs Lenovo monitor analysis to see other comparisons.

Both the Lenovo Q27Q-10 and LG 27QN600 are 27-inch QHD monitors with an IPS panel. However, the LG device has a slightly faster 5 ms…

Both the Lenovo Q27Q-10 and LG 27QN600 are 27-inch QHD monitors with an IPS panel. However, the LG device has a slightly faster 5 ms rise and fall response time compared to the Lenovo’s 6.5 ms. On the other hand, the Lenovo device features built-in 2W speakers, which are lacking on the LG monitor.

Display Type

LCD

LCD

HDMI Inputs

1

2

HDR Format

n/a

Yes

Max Resolution

2560 x 1440

2560 x 1440

Panel Type

IPS

IPS

Refresh Rate

75 Hz

165 Hz

Response Time

4 ms

1 ms

Screen size

27"

27"

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