The 27-inch IPS screen of the INZONE M9 U27M90 with an aspect ratio of 16:9 highlights the content 3840 x 2160 pixels The maximum brightness of 453 cd/m² is impressive. Thanks to a frame rate of 144 Hertz, the image is refreshed up to 144 times per second. The checkerboard contrast of 219:1 ensures that even small details are clearly displayed in the darkest images.
Thanks built G-Sync technology the device adjusts the images calculated by the graphics chip (Nvidia) when playing on the monitor. So-called ghost images can thus be avoided. This is particularly advantageous for fast game sequences.
The monitor offers the user a number of connections: With two HDMI interfaces, a DisplayPort connection and a USB-C hub with USB 3.0 outputs you will find a wide range of equipment. However, we lack a built-in microphone, camera and Ethernet connection.
One of the biggest disadvantages of this monitor is its external power supply: you have to work with cable ties otherwise sooner or later there will be a mess of cables. In operation, the monitor draws approximately 27 wattsstandby is 0.3 watts. Good energy efficiency overall.
Our conclusion at the time of the test:
“The INZONE M9 U27M90, Sony’s first monitor for many years, is quite convincing in the test. The display, declared as a gaming monitor, has a good image quality and displays all game sequences with a good color quality.The equipment with two HDMI ports including a USB hub and a display port input are impressive.Another advantage of the 27 inch monitor is its height adjustability.