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HP – U27 27″ IPS LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor (DisplayPort, HDMI, USB) – Natural Silver


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Specification: HP – U27 27″ IPS LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor (DisplayPort, HDMI, USB) – Natural Silver

Refresh Rate


Color Category


Response Time

5 milliseconds

Panel Type


Synchronization Technology

FreeSync Premium (AMD Adaptive Sync)

Screen Size

27 inches

Number of HDMI Inputs


Number of DisplayPort Ver 1.2 Inputs


Product Name

U27 27" IPS LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor (DisplayPort, HDMI, USB)



Operating System Compatibility


Model Number

U27 4K Wireless

Number of USB 2.0 Type A Ports



Natural Silver

Contrast Ratio


Display Type


Aspect Ratio


Curved Screen



300 candela per square meter

High Dynamic Range (HDR)


Horizontal Viewing Angle

178 degrees

Vertical Viewing Angle

178 degrees

Touch Screen


On-Screen Display Languages

English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese

Number of HDMI HDCP 2.2 Inputs


Native Resolution

3840 x 2160

Maximum Resolution

3840 x 2160

Product Width

27.52 inches

Number of USB Ports (Total)


Wall Mountable


VESA Wall Mount Standard

100mm x 100mm



Adjustable Stand Height




Built-In Webcam


Integrated Speaker(s)


TV Tuner


Built-in Speaker Type

Downward firing

Product Height With Stand

19.74 inches

Product Depth (With Stand)

7.62 inches

Product Weight

11.05 pounds

Headphone Jack


Stand Included


Stand Width

9.07 inches

Cord Length

71 inches

Power Consumption

72 watts

Power Saving/Off Mode

0.3 watts



EPEAT Qualified


Additional Accessories Included

Monitor, Power cord, Power adapter, HDMI cable 1.8 m (5.9 ft), VESA mount adapter, Quick Set Up poster, Service phone list card, Warranty booklet

Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts

1 year

Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor

1 year

Number of DisplayPort Inputs (Total)




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8 reviews for HP – U27 27″ IPS LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor (DisplayPort, HDMI, USB) – Natural Silver

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  1. MrGadget

    Not just a 27-inch 4K IPS technology screen, but with Wi-Fi direct wireless, this HP U27 sets up effortlessly, looks amazing, with great-sounding down-firing speakers. $500 today at Best Buy.
    ** WHAT’S IN THE BOX **
    • Monitor • Power cord • Stand base, height-adjustable, rotating, vertical mount
    • VESA standard mounting plate for wall or arm attachment • Quick Setup guide, Warranty
    • Power cord and adapter • HDMI cable
    Model – (HP) 9TQ11AA#ABA
    UHD (Ultra High Definition) 4K
    Experience cinematic quality with the incredible definition of 4K. Visuals this impressive are simply unforgettable.
    Step up to the best
    IPS technology brings you clear views from almost any angle. Every seat is the best seat in the house.
    Virtually Edge to Edge Panel
    Expansive is the only way to describe the maximized screen area you get with the beautiful edge-to-edge glass panel.
    Compact, sleek design
    Get everything you need in one elegant package. Just one connection to the wall eliminates cable clutter. Slim design gives you more room for an enhanced computing experience.
    Micro-edge display
    With virtually no bezel encircling the display, an ultra-wide viewing experience provides for seamless multi-monitor set-ups.
    AMD® FreeSync™ technology
    See and feel the difference of fluid, responsive gameplay. By synchronizing the refresh rate with your GPU, AMD® FreeSync™ makes display stutter, input lag, and screen tears ancient history.
    Seamless visuals
    Videos and games come to life with less stutter or blur for more realistic play with smooth 5-millisecond gray-to-gray response time.
    Extreme detail
    Amazing clarity is delivered by 10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for deeper blacks, brighter whites, and crisper colors.
    Share the panoramic view
    Vibrant detail from practically any position with consistent color and image clarity maintained across ultra-wide 178-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles.
    Highly accurate color
    With more than 99% sRGB color space, this HP display provides ideal color reproduction with minimal effort. Perfect for photos, videos—all your creative projects.
    Anti-glare panel
    Enjoy the sun and your favorite content with this anti-glare panel. Non-reflective and low-gloss, you’ll get less glare while you’re outside.
    Low blue light
    Using the Low Blue Light mode subtly shifts your display’s colors to a warmer spectrum, while making whites more natural and putting less strain on your eyes.
    ** SETUP BASICS **
    Out of the box, after plugging in the power cord and adapter, and with a compatible Windows laptop nearby, setup took about one minute to press the Windows+K keys, bringing up the wireless setting where I selected HP U27 4K W097D. THIS monitor selected, an on-screen code was displayed, which was entered in the box asking for it. “Connecting” was displayed on the screen. Then, “Connected.” Success! Now this sharp 4K display mirrors the laptop screen. Just that simple. 4K on the fly, wirelessly. Native 4K UHD resolution of (3840 x 2160).
    With adjustable height and tilt, fine-tuning the positioning on its sturdy stand was intuitive and effortless.
    NOTE – This monitor does not have either touchscreen technology or a built-in camera.
    ** SETUP EXTRAS **
    Digging deeper into Windows sound settings, users can select to direct sound through the down-firing speakers in this monitor or through the PC’s original built-in speakers. If the HP monitor’s speakers are selected, volume control is seamlessly adjusted from the PCs keyboard volume buttons.
    Choose the second wireless screen to be a duplicate of the main display, extended from the main as a dual monitor or as a second screen only, defeating the main display while this one is in use. I find it particularly useful to have the dual monitor setup in place while working with a 24-inch desktop all-in-one PC. Because it is so easy to switch to other modes, I rely on the 27-inch size of this 4K monitor to enjoy an immersive experience when gaming and when watching movies.
    Five hard buttons on the bottom at the right of the display provide main power plus menu selection and navigation within the menu, a hard brightness menu select button, a hard volume menu button and other adjustments.
    While there isn’t a wireless operation path with Macs, there are wired options for Mac connectivity. Connect with built-in HDMI or Display Port for seamless use with a compatible Mac, such as the new Macs with M1 silicon that support 4K displays. Mac connectivity does not provide computer-controlled volume if the HP display’s speakers are selected in System Preferences Sound Output. In this instance, volume is manually adjusted only from the display’s hard buttons.
    Regardless of the host computer, 4K-capable content looks great!
    Wired connectivity ports on the back of the display include HDMI, Display Port, USB-A to act as a USB-2.0 hub, three USB ports, headphone and audio in jacks.
    ** EFFORTLESS **
    Effortless is a good descriptor of most testing and use parameters. SEAMLESS is another.
    ** WHY WIRELESS? **
    With the ability to be untethered from the host PC, placement options are expanded, and with a generous 27-inch 4K display, moving it several feet away without being tethered to the computer offers an uncluttered, esthetically pleasing appearance and experience. Whether for gaming, work, video streaming or anything else imaginable, wireless 4K at a distance has its advantages. As this has a wireless connection between host computer and display, success was demonstrated at a line-of-sight distance of 20 feet. This distance is beyond that which will offer an optimal experience, yet it was a successful proof of concept.
    In general, wireless video connectivity might invite delays between built-in display and this wireless display. Tested on both a 2020 model Intel- and AMD-powered PC, I experienced no such issues. Windows wireless testbeds included an ASUS laptop with 8 GB of RAM memory and AMD Ryzen 7 processor with GeForce GTX 1650 graphics, while a Dell desktop is equipped with 32 GB of RAM memory and 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor with onboard Intel UHD Graphics 620.
    With the aforementioned ease of setup, viewing this 4K display has been nothing short of joyful whether for gaming or streaming or all manner of everyday use. With 4K streaming content from Netflix, Amazon Prime, Curiosity Stream and others, viewing in such high quality adds a level of satisfaction above and beyond smaller standard HD displays. One easily becomes spoiled after just a little seat time in front of this bright and sharp IPS (In Plane Switching) display. Fine tuning the display with the hard buttons under Viewing Modes and choosing Movie, Gaming, Low Blue Light, Reading, HP Enhance +…, Photo or Custom provides added viewing choices and enhancements to explore. Options, options, options!
    With so many viewing options available there is a setting to please even the most discerning user.
    Height, swivel and tilt adjustability make this monitor a pleasure to use and view in virtually any setup scenario.
    Using this monitor as a wired second screen on a new MacBook Air M1 proved equally satisfying. The new MacBook Air easily drives this big monitor to its full visual potential, though the on-board speakers are inconvenient to use because of the necessity to adjust volume through the monitor’s hard buttons.
    While still an LCD technology (Liquid Crystal Display), IPS (In Plane Switching) panels offer extreme wide-angle viewing at up to 178º, brighter displays and better color rendering. Though not observable to this reviewer, IPS panels do not have a high refresh rate, ideally 120Hz or faster. THIS monitor has a 60Hz refresh rate. Signal lag and image blur were not detected.
    ** WARRANTY **
    This HP U27 4K Wireless UHD FreeSync monitor is covered by the manufacturer’s standard one-year warranty.

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  2. BarackObama

    HP’s new 4K Wireless UHD FreeSync Monitor is truly beautiful. The bezel-less 4K display and size can give your office space a new touch as well as give you an advantage in your photo, video editing, or any professional work. If you looking to buy a new monitor, this monitor may be for you.
    In the box, you will receive the 4K 27’’ monitor nicely packed, the AC adapter, the power cable, an HDMI cable, the stand, and a VESA mount adapter. The set-up was straightforward and easy. No screwdriver is required to attach the monitor to the stand. The monitor is height adjustable, as well as able to move freely to the left or right, and tiltable at an upper/downward angle. I enjoy this maneuverability as this will make it a lot easier to add other monitors without the hassle. If you are looking for a monitor to place vertically, unfortunately, this monitor cannot be rotated vertically while on the stand.
    The monitor contains several ports. An HDMI port, an HDMI cable is provided so you do not need to supply one. A DisplayPort Version 1.2 port, three USB 2.0 Type-A ports, an audio input, and a headphone jack. There are speakers built into the monitor which aren’t the best but do suffice if you are looking for a decent sound. I decided to attach an external soundbar for a better sound experience. The monitor has 4 buttons on the lower right-hand side. A button to access the main menu, a brightness adjustment button, a volume button, and a button to switch between inputs. There is also a slot to slide your cables through on the stand for better cable management. A great decision by HP! A heads up. As of December 2020, Best Buy’s website mentions the monitor is a touch screen display. This is NOT true and is likely a mistake on Best Buy’s part and hopefully will be fixed as soon as possible.
    Now for the display. The display is beautiful and displays vibrant colors. The bezel-less display makes the 27’’ display appear larger than it is. I tested both Wi-Fi Direct and HDMI connections. Wi-Fi Direct while convenient, did not display the best quality. The best I got out of the wireless connection was 1080P seemingly. HDMI connection displayed true 4K quality and provided the best user experience. Not only was quality a lot better but colors were more profound and had a better appearance. I will stick to the HDMI connection for now and will be using Wi-Fi direct connect when needed. Wi-Fi direct connect also is supported by phones. I did manage to connect my Android phone to the display.
    The monitor does contain IPS technology which gives the monitor a better viewing experience from any angle as well as enhances the colors displayed on the monitor. After using the monitor for a while, the IPS technology in this monitor does indeed enhance the image quality immensely. There is a trade-off though, the monitor does have a 60Hz refresh rate making this monitor not too suitable for gaming. I would not use this as a gaming monitor. This monitor would best be used for photo editing, video editing, graphic design, and general professional work.
    Overall, HP’s new monitor is truly captivating. IPS technology allows the monitor to be viewed at any angle as well as enhances the image and colors displayed. The bezel-less display and maneuverability are great as it allows for a better multi-monitor setup. This monitor is an excellent choice if you plan to use this professionally for video editing, graphic design, or any other professional work. I wholeheartedly recommend this monitor to anyone who is looking for a professional monitor for their space.

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  3. Nataraj

    HP – U27 is an excellent UHD 4K Monitor which is brilliant, beautiful and packed with so many features. This monitor will be great for office or personal space. If you are looking for a monitor that has plethora of features like wireless (wifi direct connect), IPS, 4K, UHD, Slim bezel, easy height adjustable stand, then simply ignore the other monitors and go for this one.
    The monitor was well packed. It comes with an AC Adapter, Power cable, HDMI cable – 5.9 ft (for people who still want to use an HDMI cable), Stand and a 100 mm VESA mount bracket. It takes only a minute to assemble this monitor. It was so easy. We dont need any tools or screwdriver to assemble this monitor.
    1. Wifi direct connect – This is one of the features that I love as it helps avoid any clutters. It was very easy to connect my laptop to this monitor wirelessly using Windows and K button. Even though the HP website refers to Intel i5 and above…. My laptop was a AMD Ryzen 7 and i was able to connect to this monitor wirelessly without any issues. If you want to connect this monitor using wifi please make sure you have very good wifi reception. Having said that, if you want to enjoy the true 4K quality without display stutter or lag I would suggest using the HDMI cable as the AMD FreeSync technology works only with wired connection and not wireless.
    2. Height Adjustable stand – It is very easy to adjust the Monitor height up or down. I thought it will be little hard to adjust but i was wrong. Also it possible to move the screen left to right or up and down (-5 to 16 degrees tilt as per HP). It makes it very easy to view the monitor for different people. It is easy as adjusting the laptop screen.
    3. IPS display – This monitor has a brilliant 4K IPS panel with LED backlight display which makes viewing an absolute pleasure. My laptop also has the IPS display but i can no way compare my laptop display with this monitor as this is pure brilliance. It doesnt cause any strain to the eyes (anti-glare). 60 Hz refresh rate is very good to watch sports or movies with less distortion. Maximum resolution is 3840 X 2160. Also the thin bezel on the 3 sides makes viewing really great. Best buy has the screen mentioned as touch screen. This is not a touch screen. Hope they correct it in the future.
    4. Downfiring speakers – Downfiring speakers are really great though not exceptional. The speakers are better than the speakers on the laptop. One does not have to buy additional speakers.
    5. Connectivity/Ports – This monitor has 1 HDMI, 1 Displayport 1.2 version for display. There are 3 USB ports and ports for Audio input and Headphone jack.
    This monitor is certainly one of the best monitors i have ever had and I love it.

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  4. Liam

    For all of the essential parts of a computer monitor, this monitor does a fantastic job. The 4K display quality is great, and the ability to adjust the height is really nice. If you are looking for a high quality display that handles these essentials well, you will not be disappointed! When it comes to wired connectivity options, wireless connectivity, and sound quality though, this monitor could have done better.
    This monitor does not have any USB C connectivity. As more computers begin adopting USB C and power delivery, it would have been highly beneficial for this monitor to have USB C and power delivery built in. Having this allows a user to plug one USB C cable into their computer which charges the computer, connects the monitor, and provides USB connectivity to the USB ports on the monitor. Additionally, to use the USB ports with this monitor, you need a USB Type A or C to Type B cable to connect those ports, which HP does not provide in the box.
    When it comes to the wireless display capability, I was not impressed with this. The quality was decent, but it was not the level of quality you get when using a wired connection. I went online and played some regular videos and 4K videos, and there were times where the video motion lagged or the video was degraded and not crisp. I also noticed that when looking at the start menu or other parts of windows, the quality just wasn’t quite as good over wireless compared to hardwired. Motion was also not as smooth over wireless compared to over the wired connection.
    It also seemed that my computer fan was running a lot and the processor was working harder to run with the wireless display technology vs wired. I also had to re-connect the monitor over wireless every time I rebooted the computer as the monitor would not automatically reconnect over wireless, which was annoying. Also, if you intend to connect a laptop to this monitor wirelessly, you cannot shut the laptop screen when using the monitor, like you can when you have a wired connection. With the wireless option, when I shut the computer screen, it disconnected from the monitor. When connecting via a wired connection, I was able to shut the laptop screen and just use the monitor.
    I personally do not believe that the wireless display technology is good enough to warrant any extra expense for this monitor. Depending on your computer speed and needs, the wireless may work just fine for your purposes, especially if you are not watching a lot of videos. But, unless you absolutely need wireless connectivity, your computer will run better and you will get better motion and video quality if you just plug your computer in with an HDMI or DisplayPort cable. I would not recommend spending extra money for wireless capability unless this is a feature you really need. The wireless capability works ok, but I would stick with a wired connection unless you have a strong use case for the wireless option.
    I was also not impressed with the speakers on this monitor. When listening to audio, at certain points there were very prominent vibrations in the audio. I have heard better sound quality on other monitors, and the vibration noises were extremely annoying. The only way to stop this was to significantly reduce the audio volume to a very low volume, and then you couldn’t hear what you were trying to listen to. I was hoping for better speakers on a monitor in this price range. If you buy this monitor, unless you really don’t care about the sound quality or use audio very seldom, I would just turn off the speakers on this monitor and get some external speakers to use.
    Overall, in considering the most essential functionalities of a monitor, the HP U27 monitor is a great monitor! The display itself is very crisp and high quality, the brightness is good, and the ability to adjust the height and turn the monitor to the left or right are really nice! The being said, some of the other features and capabilities were not that great, so I would consider those and your needs when determining whether to buy this monitor.

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  5. Rhostam

    HP – U27 27″ IPS LED 4K Wireless UHD FreeSync Monitor
    A great looking and feature-packed display for 4K newcomers.
    * At 27″ diagonal size, it’s on the lower end of offerings. This can free up space on your desk and still give you a large enough viewing experience to get work done. Larger displays might be nicer (geek wise), but they are also impractical monitors if used at 4K for non-gaming uses.
    * Svelt. The near bezel-less design looks pretty sleek. The natural silver metallic frame gives the unit enough pop without being extra.
    * Thin and light! This unit is surprising (or not-so-surprisingly?) thin and light. This makes mounting using an arm (as I have) a lot easier.
    * Functional stand. Though I am using an arm to hold my display, the stand it comes with is substantial and sturdy enough for the motions it promises. I’ve owned many displays and all too often, they try to save space by doing weird footprints that end up being more inconvenient than a simple flat rectangle.
    * Features. I made the mistake on my last monitor (I blame getting confused on the various models I shopped) of selecting one with the features I missed or didn’t think about using until later. Among them are: BOTH HDMI and DisplayPort (v1.2), Speaker-In/ Out, 3 USB-A ports, Wireless Display capable, Kensington Lock compatibility, AMD FreeSync capable, a standard and acceptable refresh rate of 5ms.
    * Wireless Display is wonky and annoying to set up. I had some difficulty setting this up. Since I couldn’t imagine a need for wireless broadcasting to this display, I gave up.
    * Proprietary Power Brick. It, like many displays, uses a proprietary power brick. I’m okay with it, all my displays have been this way for years. But it is a bummer to worry about having to replace it if something happens.
    * Refresh rate of 60Hz. I am not an FPS gamer. I might become one. But I’m not so this refresh rate is adequate for my use. If you’re not sure what this means, but you have someone telling you what to do…. try reading about refresh rates, interfaces (HDMI vs DP) and their specifications, your graphic card’s capabilities, and also what the naked human eye is capable of processing. Make up your own mind. Hint: This is probably fine for you, too.
    * HDR support. There is none.
    * Downward Speakers. These aren’t a detractor, but they are advertised as a feature. It’s not a feature. The speakers are just average and for that reason, I’ve listed them as a CON. But the pass-through capabilities via HDMI or In/Out is nice.
    * Price. Given the competition, the capabilities, and screen size, this unit is definitely on the high side (during the holiday season when the competition is offering aggressive pricing). Otherwise, the price point is more or less in-line with expectations.
    I use this display primarily for work. I also play a few games, some of which are 4K capable. My previous display was an LG 34WK500 Ultra-Wide display. It is great. But I found myself scanning left and right often not just while working (and Zooming), but also while gaming. I’ve been curious about 4K displays for a while so when I had the opportunity to get one, I did. My expectations were that I’d be able to fit more on a screen size that works for my field of view. i.e. No more panning.
    Work-wise, this seems counter-intuitive because you’d expect to have multiple documents and windows open on a wider display to be more convenient. It is! However, I’m shifting my work style to focus on fewer tasks at a time so that I can get in quality time and effort. Though this 27″ display is physically smaller than my wide 34″ display it really isn’t a problem. Due to the resolution, I can quite easily fit more windows on my screen if I needed to (at the cost of going blind). Since I’m trying to focus on fewer things at once, this isn’t a requirement. So instead I will fit fewer larger windows on my screen to stay focused without having to turn my head one extreme or another.
    Gaming wise this change has the largest impact. I am still evaluating feelings vs real physical issues of this change. In games like World of Warcraft or Elder Scrolls Online, it is most definitely amazing to have a view spread out on a wide display. A wide display really does immerse you in the world. However, the reality is our field of vision doesn’t cover such an expanse and so seems wasted (unless you have a curved display as the theory and opinions go). I’ve had some games that flat out won’t support wide displays (older ones, true!). Officially, it is because “they provide an unfair advantage in Player-vs-Player” scenarios. I’ve had to avoid those games (things like StarCraft, etc).
    Having said all that about wide displays, 4K displays are really another beast. First, your graphics card must be able to drive such a display. It also needs to do it at a refresh rate that is acceptable to the user (see above). Second, there is the resolution itself and what it does for games that offer support for 4K experiences. It is night and day. Unfortunately, if your machine performed 1080p at 60Hz just okay, it is unlikely to give you the performance you expect for 4K. Of course, this depends on the game and the genre. FPS offers the biggest change in terms of detail and beauty but also suffers the worst wrt to performance with frame rates dropping by half or more on an existing typical setup that is a few years old. Playing Doom Eternal at 20 FPS? No thanks!
    And so the problem is simply what do you want to do? The games I typically play so-far look amazing with the 4K support, but the reality is that 4K is still emerging and until I feel I know when support will become the de-facto standard, I will probably hold out on a PC (or video card) upgrade – even if I could get my hands on the ones that should have been available this holiday season (2020). This means that games like Doom Eternal, Call of Duty, and Destiny won’t give me the experience I need frame-rate wise. Then again, you could argue neither could this display. But 60Hz is my minimum. Other games like World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2, and Elder Scrolls might look much more improved while suffering less of a drop in frame rate. For me, my work requirements and casual gaming habit are sufficient to justify this display. It is still weird seeing so much more of my desk and what is behind it (a view of my neighborhood from my home’s third floor). Only time will tell!
    The features of this product are numerous compared to some other displays I’ve owned. It competes well in its segment were it not for competitor holiday pricing. If you’re not a heavy (FPS) gamer or aren’t hung up on refresh rates, this display is something to consider.

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  6. VangTfz

    The HP U27 4k monitor… a great monitor with wireless capabilities. Out of the box, you get the monitor, the base stand, a 100×100 vesa mount that you can interchange with the stand, HDMI cable, and a power adapter.
    The monitor performs at its best when connected via HDMI 2.0 or DisplayPort. Color reproduction is very accurate and different color profiles allow for various viewing experiences. Additionally, there are 3 USB 2.0 ports (type A) and audio in/out ports (to connect headphones/speakers via 3.5mm jack). The audio from the monitor is pretty decent, but don’t expect a room filling experience unless you hook up speakers. Surprisingly, the audio also works well when connected wirelessly. The wireless capabilities of this monitor do quite well at 1080p however at 4k, there is noticeable lag. When connected via 4k wirelessly, there is too much jittery animation, most noticeable when watching videos or simply moving the mouse cursor around. With this in mind, it is best to stick with 1080p if needing to use the wireless features of this monitor. The stand on the monitor is very good and allows for tilt, swivel, and height adjustments. The only thing missing from the stand is rotation, which would’ve been nice at this price point.
    Overall, i would definitely recommend this monitor, especially anyone that is looking for a great 4k viewing experience for color accurate work.

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  7. Mookie

    Out of the box, this monitor feels solid! Unbox to discover very little components which is great. Base is heavy to be expected, needs to weigh down massive monitor. Turns onto stand with ease without the need for tools. Tighten 2 screws down and you’re good. Stand snaps into the back plastic clip of monitor in 2 seconds. Monitor adjusts up and down with the slightest touch. Rotates in circular motion smoothly. Product specs list a tilt adjustment of 5 degrees forward and 16 degrees backward, with a 178 degree viewing angle. This seems like a very accurate statement. Only complaint while I was testing was from my son. He said he likes options on monitors that enable the monitor to be able to spin up, basically working in portrait mode instead of landscape mode. Downward facing speakers.
    Setup done, now let’s test this bad boy!!
    Used my son’s pc to really give the monitor the beans! He has a gaming PC with a wireless card installed.
    Monitor syncs up with ease. I would suggest better instructions on the operation of the adjustment buttons on the bottom of the monitor.
    Picture with HDMI cable installed is excellent. This thing really shines with the use of the DP cable!! The UHD 4K POPS and it’s nice and vividly bright! 60 Hz refresh rate is fast enough for most, gamers out there are better suited to stick to their 120 Hz or 144 Hz monitors.
    Sound is GREAT ! Downward facing speakers create a sound that fills the room nicely!
    The Good: solid built, SUPER easy assembly, size of screen, input options, quality super crisp speakers
    The Pretty: wired up, the UHD 4K display on this thing is a beast, bright and colors pop.
    I went out of order on purpose, because for me, wireless option was a great sell point, however, alas, we have come to. . . (drum roll)
    The Bad:
    The wireless is bad, very laggy. I’m strictly talking YouTube, and mouse movement here, I hadn’t even got to the games yet.
    Reminded me of my old dial-up modem computer from the 90s. I mean, it syncs quick, and functions, but the performance is unbearable.
    Overall, if you keep a DP or HDMI cord in this guy, it will make your eyes happy as they can possibly be in 2020. Very nice! 5 stars if not for the wireless.

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  8. Androidaholic

    I personally have been using two matching high-end 2k 27″ monitors for a while now. However, I have been wanting to get my hands on a 4k monitor for a while now. I have to say I am impressed with this HP U27 4k monitor. I was not sure if it would look better than my other two but it does and it is about $150 less than each of the other two I have. This has me seriously considering buying another one of these HP U27’s to replace the other two. Currently, I have it in a different room where I use it with my laptop which is very handy considering it is wireless. I can easily walk in the room take my laptop out of my backpack and quickly connect wirelessly with no issues. Not only that I have not even been able to tell the difference between wired or wireless. I found this aspect to be particularly impressive since I have not experienced any lag or screen degradation even though it is running in 4k. This HP monitor rotates on its stand moves up and down and tilts and seems to be very well built. Additionally, the HP U27 features an HDMI port a Display Port 3 USB ports as well as a headphone jack and another audio jack which is either a mic jack or a speaker out not sure yet. It also appears to have a spot to hook a locking cable into it. It has you covered on input and output ports for whatever you want to do. Another feature it has that is impressive is the built-in speakers which sound surprisingly good! I feel like this HP U27 4k wireless monitor is a great value! I would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone looking for a 4k monitor!

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