The Iiyama ProLite T2736MSC is very much a niche product. The Full HD resolution is meagre for a 27in screen, and it's expensive for these specifications at over £400. So you really do need the touch capability and robust design to make it worth a look.
The excellent colour accuracy and uniformity are highly commendable for a professionally-oriented display, although the mediocre gamut and brightness uniformity aren't so impressive.
Connectivity is reasonable, with the usual array of video inputs in evidence including legacy VGA, and the USB hub with side inputs plus built-in speakers add convenience.
Overall, then, this is a workmanlike display for a specific purpose, where touch input is required. It's not going to cross over into any other markets, but is a solid contender if you're looking for a large, robust, well featured touch screen.
The Iiyama ProLite T2736MSC is available from Amazon for £416.85.
- Responsive multi-touch panel.
- Excellent colour accuracy.
- Excellent colour uniformity.
- Robust build.
- USB 3 hub with side ports.
- Built-in speakers.
- Mediocre gamut.
- Mediocre brightness uniformity.
- Low resolution for 27in panel.
- Limited ergonomic adjustment.
- Expensive if you won't be using touch that often.
KitGuru says: The Iiyama ProLite T2736MSC does its primary job of providing touch facilities in a big panel well, but its resolution and price mean it's not a panel that will cross over into mainstream usage.
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