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    PC monitors continue to go up in size and resolution and down in price; Lenovo's L27q is a prime example of this.
    Many PC users don't require a monitor for any specific task, and can thus save money by avoiding all the extra perks that, say, make a gaming monitor what it is. Lenovo's L27q monitor fits perfectly into this multipurpose space. It offers great color, a slim design, and a relatively affordable price. Let's take a closer look at the L27q monitor to determine whether or not it's right for you.
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    Lenovo loaned Windows Central a review unit of the L27q monitor. In all pictures, it is being used with a Lenovo Legion Y720 gaming laptop connected via HDMI. This monitor costs about $300.
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    08-28-2017 01:10 PM

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