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Sceptre E248W-19203R 24" Ultra Thin 75Hz 1080p LED Monitor 2x HDMI VGA Build-in Speakers, Metallic Black 2018
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- 24" Ultra slim profile
- Contemporary sleek metallic design
- Slim bezel with thin chassis
- 2 x HDMI Ports (convertible to DVI)
- VESA wall mount ready
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20-Inch Class LED Monitor
Dimensions and Weight:
With Stand (Inches) 18.01" x 7.02" x13.57".
Without stand (inch) 18.01" x 1.32" x 10.43".
Packaging Dimension (inches) 19.84" x 4.05" x 12.79".
With stand 4.43 lb.
Without stand 3.68 lb.
Gross Weight 6.72 lbs.
22-Inch Class LED Monitor
Dimensions and Weight:
With Stand (Inches) 19.56” x 14.44” x 6.57”.
Without stand (inch, W x H x D) 19.56” x 11.49” x 1.22”.
Packaging Dimension (inches) 22.04” x 14.57” x 4.21”.
With stand 5.80 lb.
Without stand 5.14 lb.
Gross Weight 8.58 lb.
24-Inch Class LED Monitor
Dimensions and Weight:
With Stand (Inches) 21.45” x 15.67” x 6.57”.
Without stand (inch, W x H x D) 21.45” x 12.52” x 1.24”.
Packaging Dimension (inches) 23.88" x 15.50" x 3.75".
With stand 5.77 lb.
Without stand 6.37 lb.
Gross Weight 9.17 lb.
2 x HDMI Ports ( Convertible to DVI).
Refresh Rate up to 75 Hz.
Response Time 5 ms.
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|Item Dimensions||21.45 x 6.57 x 15.67 in||21 x 6 x 15 in||6.73 x 19.65 x 15.16 in||8.58 x 21.22 x 19.65 in||7.99 x 22.26 x 16.22 in||21.8 x 5.7 x 14.7 in|
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Whether you are a gamer or a movie buff, the Sceptre E248W-19203R monitor is the way to go. 1080P resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) delivers stunning color and picture detail on a 22 inch screen. A 5 millisecond response time displays action sequences with the highest Degree of clarity. Enjoy HDMI, and VGA inputs to connect all video and gaming devices.
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Out of the box the monitors were fine. The only complaint I can come up with is that the VESA mounts are lower on the back due to the slim design. After looking at settings, I determined that for me as an IT manager I didn't need to recalibrate the screens at all. Granted, I spend most of my time looking at text documents, configuration pages for network equipment, and the accounting software my company uses. I couldn't speak to color calibration for individuals doing video or photo production.
One thought on the others experiencing washed out colors - HDMI out on a computer kind of expects a TV. Televisions and Monitors will sometimes have different ranges for black levels, which can cause the screen to look washed out. If you're experiencing this, check the control panel for your graphics driver. You should be able to adjust black levels and fix the issue. This has been a driving factor in my preference for just about anything over HDMI. (Display Port is king, for what it's worth.)
At first i thought it didn not support 75Hz and the colors were washed out and it was too bright, also on the nvidia panel it said 1080p at 60Hz however this is what you gotta do to fix it.
1. Connect via HDMI
2. Open Display settings and make sure that they are set so that only the 2nd display is turned on, do not put duplicate or extend.
3. Open Nvidia control panel and go to "Change Resolution"
4. You will see two lists, one will say HD, UHD etc, the other one at the bottom will say "PC", (changing the first list will project your laptop screen to the second screen however your laptop is 60Hz and the monitor is 75Hz that is why its limited to 60Hz and colors are washed out, changing the second list will basically use your laptop to power up the monitor at full 75Hz 1080p with the right color calibration.)
5. On list two "PC" change the resolution to 1080p and 75Hz
And there you go, now you can use your 75Hz monitor for gaming, make sure to change the settings indvidually in games to 75Hz or they will still run at 60Hz and the colors will be washed out.
Now onto the review
*** REVIEW ***
The screen resolution is full 1920x1080p at 75Hz, the colors are very accurate, it looks no where near like a TN panel, I would say its in between a TN panel and an IPS panel but closer to IPS.
It comes with speakers which are ok for the price but I recommend headphones or your own speakers which are probably better if you got this for gaming.
This is what comes in the package
- 4 screws for mounting
- Two screws for setting up the monitor (non adjustable height(
- HDMI to VGA cable
- VGA to VGA cable
I really recommend this monitor even if not for gaming, its a great price for what you get and it even comes with two cables.
However one thing to note is that the difference between 60Hz and 75Hz is hard to notice in games. Playing Witcher 3 and Rise of Tomb Raider at locked in 75FPS wasn't anything much more amazing than 60FPS. However it is still an improvement.
One last thing to confider if you’re debating on a 75Hz vs 144Hz monitor
- If you have a graphics card such as the GTX 770,970,1060 Most games (witcher, call of duty, battlefield wont go back 80 fps on ultra / high graphics) so you wont be able to take advantage of a 144Hz monitor, so I suggest this one. UNLESS you play on medium/low settings.
- If you have a graphics card such as a GTX 770,780,980,1070 and above, I suggest the 144Hz monitor since these can run most tiles at well above 100FPS so you can take advantage of the monitor.
*** UPDATE ***
Earlier on the review I said the difference between 60Hz and 75Hz was negligible, I take it back.
I played on my laptop which is limited to 60Hz and it feels bad and slugish compared to 75Hz, once you go higher refresh rate you can never go back
Its one of those things you dont realise until its taken away, great improvement.
They may not be best-in-class for color and contrast, but definitely not bad by any definition. I use them for programming, YouTube, and Office primarily, and they look great for that. If you a hard-core movie watcher/gamer and want the most superb image quality, maybe move on, but if you've just been thinking about doing a dual monitor setup, but didn't want to spend the money--just buy these. They're worth it.