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InnoView INVPM701 monitor | Review

InnoView INVPM701 monitor | Review

InnoView INVPM701 monitor | Review

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If you want a different view of your online work productivity and gaming outlook in 2023, InnoView makes your upgrade choice easier with its recently released 27″ desktop monitor.

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InnoView’s new desktop monitor joins a slew of portable monitors, such as the InnoView 15.6″ 4K HDR touchscreen portable monitor we reviewed last spring.

This full-featured 27″ desktop option provides a 1080p FHD gaming display with an ultra-thin HDMI and VESA compatible display, up to 100Hz refresh rate, and 4000:1 contrast ratio. It comes with an adjustable tilt stand and built-in speakers.

The 27″ InnoView can be VESA mounted or fixed on the included base. | Image credit: InnoView


The INVPM701/27″ FHD/1080P is available from the InnoView store on Amazon for $159.99. A 24-inch version is also available on Amazon for $119.99. The models have similar specs.

Internal function

This large display has an improved ergonomic design and an ultra-wide viewing angle that delivers crisp, clear and detailed images from any angle. Its black metal body, thin and sturdy metal stand and ultra-thin frame are simple and elegant.

You can adjust the vertical angle of the screen from -5° to +20°, which reduces the load on the shoulders and neck during long periods of screen time for work or leisure.

The maximum display resolution of 1920 x 1080 makes screen content clearer when combined with the 4000:1 contrast ratio.

Users will find the 100Hz refresh rate to be an asset when playing games and viewing videos and other graphical images. Image changes are faster and smoother because the graphics card and monitor refresh rate are synchronized to eliminate stuttering.

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InnoView 27″ screen vertical angle adjusts from -5° to +20° | Image credit: InnoView


The result is smooth stitched video and real-time motion in fast-paced action scenes. The monitor’s response speed is 8ms, helping to eliminate blurring, tearing, and ghosting. Its low blue light and HDR technology help eliminate eye strain during long-term use.

What I would normally consider a borderline weakness is the brightness of the 250cm2 (equivalent to 250 nits) desktop screen. However, its much higher contrast ratio makes a big difference in improving overall performance.

99% coverage of the sRGB color gamut meets standard acceptable standards. 8-bit grayscale for over 16.7 million colors on the 27″ monitor delivers vivid detail and finer image quality.

Exterior design

This desktop monitor has a matte finish and black display screen, and it works with most common graphics cards.

An HDMI cable is included in the box, but if you use a VGA cable to connect your current monitor, you can use it with this display. Although for standard setups, HDMI is the way to go.

On the back of the panel are a VGA port and an HDMI port for connecting to PCs, laptops, Chromebooks, game consoles and other devices. This monitor also has an audio-out port for connecting headphones.

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Rear ports InnoView INVPM701/27 in | Image credit: InnoView


Its on-screen display (OSD) menu provides access to various use cases. You can change settings for screen sharing, editing images or videos, watching movies, and playing games.

Bad sound quality

My only disappointment is with the monitor speakers.

I first connected the monitor using my existing VGA cable to test the video quality. Obviously the two tiny internal speakers of the 27″ monitor weren’t working at the time because VGA doesn’t carry audio signals.

To test the sound, I connected the HDMI cable to the HDMI ports. Yet the results were less than satisfactory. Even after increasing the built-in volume setting to maximum, the output sounded tinny and flat.

I changed the audio output to the laptop’s internal speakers, which resulted in better sound quality. But neither compared to the deep, rich sounds produced by the external speakers connected to my docking station.

If monitor speakers are the only option, gamers and users who need loud and clear sound for video calls or audio playback will be very disappointed.

Final Thoughts

This 27″ monitor is impressive and well worth the purchase price, and its large screen enhances my normal computing routine.

My main office is connected to a 24″ monitor. My laptop is docked to another 24″ monitor and several peripherals. This combination allows me to use the laptop’s 15-1/2″ screen as a second monitor, which is handy when I need to work with windows displaying data that I need to view while working with others. open windows on the larger monitor.

The 27″ screen makes it easier to display more and larger windows on the external display. The extra screen space provides better productivity and can eliminate the need for a smaller laptop screen.

27 inch InnoView monitor

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My desktop computer has a touchscreen, but I rarely reach out to touch it. Therefore, I don’t miss having a touch screen with this InnoView desktop monitor.

What’s annoying, however, are the tiny, hard-to-find OSD buttons under the bottom bezel. The plastic buttons are hard to find as my fingers swipe for them.

All in all, InnoView’s 27-inch desktop monitor is a near-perfect way to boost the productivity of a larger monitor. The Overview offers a much more enjoyable computing experience at an affordable price.


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