As advertised, OnePlus unveiled the company’s first-ever line of X and E series computer monitors in India on Monday (Dec. 12).
OnePlus X27 is a gaming monitor. It flaunts a 27-inch screen with a three-sided bezel-less design and promises to offer seamless, uninterrupted screen viewing. It also offers a built-in cable management feature to ensure users’ desks stay clean and organized.
The 27-inch QHD (2560x1440p) LCD IPS display comes with a 16:9 aspect ratio, 1ms response, 165Hz refresh rate, peak brightness support up to 350 nits, and 178-degree viewing angle. And it comes with TÜV Rheinland certification for flicker-free, Low Blue Light, and the anti-glare feature helps reduce eye strain even after hours of looking at the screen.
The screen can be tilted in almost any direction: from -5 degrees to 21 degrees, -20 degrees to 20 degrees, and -90 degrees to 90 degrees. The height of the monitor can also be adjusted from 0-130 mm.
In addition to the game mode, the OnePlus X 27 supports four optimized sub-modes: MOBA mode, FPS mode, RTS mode and RPG mode, which promises a better gaming experience. It also supports standard mode, movie mode, picture mode, web mode, and game mode, which promise to work seamlessly whether users are working, gaming, or browsing the web. It also supports dual PbP and PiP split screen modes.
OnePlus X 27 comes with the Type-C port based power delivery of up to 65W via USB PD standard. Users can also display their phone or tablet screen for easy content sharing. To enjoy this, users need to use the Type-C cable included in the box to send the display feed with their device and make sure their device supports DisplayPort Alt Mode.
In addition to the Type-C port, the display also comes with an HDMI display port (v1.4), two USBs (v3.0), and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It costs Rs 27,999 and will go on sale from December 15 on the OnePlus online store with a Rs 1000 discount offer via ICICI bank card for a limited time.
On the other hand, the 24-inch Full HD (1920×1080) LCD IPS display of the OnePlus E 24 series with three-sided bezel-less design and a high-quality metal stand. It supports 75 Hz refresh rate and Adaptive-Sync technology for dynamic frame rate management, supports 178 degree viewing angle, TUV Rheinland certification, offers low blue light and flicker-free images.
The stand allows the screen to tilt between -5 degrees and -15 degrees. It comes with one Type-C port, one HDMI (v1.4), one VGA port and one 3.5mm headphone jack. The price and availability of the OnePlus E 24 will be announced at a later date, the company said.
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