New monitors from Lenovo’s Savior G-series coming with QHD 165Hz on May 24
In a bid to enhance its technology industry, today, Chinese multinational technology company, Lenovo has officially announced that it has set the official launch date of new Lenovo’s Savior G-series monitors as May 24, 2022.
The new Lenovo’s Savior G-series monitor, known as the G27/G27q Display, is 27 inches in size, with QHD resolution, 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms reaction time, 99 percent sRGB color gamut, and 90 percent DCI- P3 color gamut, and two HDMI and one DP port.
According to the Chinese tech giant the official price tag has not been announced yet, however, the price will be openly announced on May 24 at the official launch event.
Hence, it should be noted that earlier this year, during CES2022, the tech giant announced some of the G-series family monitors – the G24qe-20 and G27qe-20.
Lenovo designed the two displays in a bid to cater to more casual gamers who don’t want to spend a fortune on top PC gaming monitors, but still need robust hardware to keep games running smoothly.
The G24qe-20 has a QHD resolution of 2560×1440, which equates to 123 pixels per inch (PPI). The 16:9 aspect ratio is still perfect for gaming, and the top and side bezels are small for a contemporary aesthetic.
With a 12-bit LUT for wide color, the IPS panel reproduces 99 percent sRGB and 90 percent DCI-P3. It has a brightness of up to 300 nits and an anti-glare coating. It’s even gentler on the eyes with TÜV Reduced Blue Light certification.
The G27qe-20 has a 27-inch screen, however, as its 1440p resolution results in a lower PPI. Many gamers still prefer this size and resolution, and the 110Hz (OC) refresh rate, 1ms response time, and AMD FreeSync support ensure everything looks great. HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 and 3.5mm audio are all options for users.
The G27, like its smaller sister, boasts a 12-bit LUT and 99 percent sRGB reproduction. There is no word about color reproduction in DCI-P3. It has a slightly higher brightness of 350 nits and an anti-glare coating.
Therefore, it would be fair to say that the new Sevier G-series monitors are an updated version of the earlier G-series families in terms of panel delivery, reproduction, gaming experience, display and inches. Stay tuned to TechGenyz for the latest tech news.