The HP Omen 27i IPS is a nice surprise. It gives a very nicely calibrated image out of the box and a flawless response, which makes it a very good playmate. If we add a specially worked design and finish above the competition, there will be some serious arguments in this monitor. There is a slight difference and a lack of a black image embedding system, but it is a true competitor to the Asus TUF VG27AQ.
- Reactive 165 Hz panel
- Default image quality
- Comfortable quad HD definition
- To conclude
- Performance delayed
Which can push you back
- Finite difference
- No block image insertion system (ULMB, ELMB, etc.)
With the TUF VG27AQ, Asus offers one of the best 27-inch quad HD screens for video games. It’s outstanding in terms of display technology today with a very responsive IPS panel that supports a very high frequency that is compatible with both AMD’s Freysink and Nvidia’s G-Sync. Best of all, these technologies can be combined with ELMB. In the end, this screen game is the best for gaming regardless.