Lenovo launches G24e-20 and G27e gaming monitors with VA panels, AMD FreeSync Premium, and 1 ms MPRT
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Lenovo has announced two new gaming monitors today: the G24e-20 and the G27e-20. Both monitors feature identical specifications save for the screen and physical dimensions.
The Lenovo G24e-20 and G27e-20 are FHD displays and feature VA panels. While the VA panel allows for deeper blacks and a higher 3000:1 native contrast ratio, the FHD resolution seems somewhat lower in 2021 particularly with the 27-inch version. The refresh rate offered is 100 Hz, which is overclockable to 120 Hz. The brightness goes up to 300 cd/m2, which should be just about sufficient for indoor use.
Lenovo said that the G24e-20 and G27e-20 offer a 1 ms MPRT. However, the catch here is that enabling MPRT will disable AMD FreeSync. Also, a Radeon graphics card is needed for the FreeSync Premium features to work.
The monitors have limited connectivity features with just one HDMI 2.0, one DisplayPort 1.2, and a 3.5 mm audio out. Both displays offer 95% sRGB coverage and 8-bit color reproduction.
Lenovo Artery offers several ways of monitor control including Game Mode, Timer, Desktop Partition, Multi-screen settings sync, and more.
Both the Lenovo G24e-20 and G27e-20 will be available towards the end of this year for €189 and €249, respectively.