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Skyworth F27G1Q 27" 1440p Monitor 165Hz 1ms US$229.99/ ~A$311.46, Xiaomi 23.8" IPS US$110.99/ ~A$150.30 Delivered @ Banggood AU


Skyworth F27G1Q 27" Monitor 2560*1440 Resolution 165Hz HDR 1Ms IPS Screen 21:9 Lifting Rotating Base Monitor for around $US229.99/~$AU311.46 delivered from an AU warehouse with coupon

Coupon BGAU98082


  • Brightness:350 cd/m2
  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh rate: 165Hz
  • Response time: 1ms
  • Color gamut: 85% NTSC
  • Color number: 1.07 billion
  • 2*HDMI 2.0
  • 1*DP1.4 interface
  • 1*AUDIO interface
  • 1*AC IN power cord interface
  • 1*USB expansion/charging

also a low cost monitor on sale

XIAOMI 23.8" IPS Monitor 178° Viewing Angle 1080P Picture Quality Multi-Interface Display for $US110.99/~$AUD150.30 Delivered from an AU Warehouse


Coupon: BGAUXM25


  • Brightness: 250 nit
  • Color: 16.7M
  • Response time: 6ms (GTG)
  • Recommended resolution: 1920×1080
  • Screen size: 23.8 inches
  • Pitch: 0.275 × 0.275mm
  • Contrast: 1000:1 (TYP)
  • Display ratio: 16:9
  • Maximum resolution: 1920×1080

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  • +5 votes

    Looks like the poor man's equivalent of the Dell S2721DGF, with only basic Freesync and 50 nits less

    which is by the way, still on sale for $383.25. I would consider going with a Tier 1 manufacturer just for the better warranty coverage, and with Dell you are also sure that you're not getting some B-Grade factory reject panel with higher %probability of dead or stuck pixels


      Good advice! I was just about to comment that this seems to tick all the boxes that the Dell S2721DGF does better. I also have one and am extremely happy with it at ~$400 off a previous sale, might be worth the extra cost.


      Agree, I bought S2721DGF for $359 and it's very worth the price. Tier 1 manufacturer with 3 years warranty, tick all the boxes including Gsync Compatible (my previous MSI MAG27CQ unfortunately does not do Gsync with brightness flickering) and the only thing I can complain about is it can't input 4K content like LG Ultragear (For Console and streaming).

  • +1 vote

    Is this brand any good?

    • +1 vote

      Skyworth is a quality brand for sure, specialising in TVs. Unlike Xiaomi, it is relatively new to the global market.

  • +1 vote

    Any deals for the xiaomi curved 34” pleaseee?


    Does the xiaomi comes with vesa? Thx


    Had anyone bought the Skyworth monitor. Seems like a good IPS panel. Currently biting my fingers or not to click on Pay Now. Some insight would be great .