The Pixio P7 Prime delighted testers with its gaming performance. Experts from Tom’s Hardware were pleased with its 165 Hz refresh rate since, during their tests, they did not come across any form of screen tearing. After their experiments, reviewers from Rtings were also satisfied with the monitor’s wide viewing angles courtesy of its IPS panel type, and its high text clarity. They credited this to its pixel density of 109 PPI, which is higher than that of the Samsung C27RG5 at 82 PPIand since its 1440p screen resolution is higher than the 1080p offered by the MSI Optix G273, its text clarity is also impressive.
However, critics still felt that its 1011:1 contrast ratio was not the best for dark room viewing, and this was also exacerbated by its poor black uniformity. Also disappointing was its single HDMI and USB port.