|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080 Pixels|
Sceptre E275W-19203R 27" Ultra Thin 1080P LED Monitor 2X HDMI VGA Build-In Speakers, Metallic Black 2018
|Display Size||27 Inches|
|Hardware Interface||VGA, HDMI|
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- 27" Led 1080P monitor with high resolution 1920 x 1080
- Refresh Rate up to 75Hz
- 2 x HDMI port (convertible to DVI)
- Vesa wall mount pattern
- Ultra slim Metallic Black
- Mounting Type: VESA hole pattern 100mm x 100mm
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920x1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080||1920x1080 pixels|
|Screen Size||27 inches||24 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches|
|Item Dimensions||24.22 x 17.85 x 8.82 inches||21.59 x 7.02 x 15.83 inches||24.12 x 7.03 x 17.12 inches||8.50 x 25.20 x 19.20 inches||18.23 x 7.20 x 24.09 inches|
|Item Weight||12.61 lbs||5.77 lbs||7.12 lbs||12.10 lbs||11.00 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||75 hertz||60 hertz||75 hertz||75 hertz||60 hertz|
Whether you are a gamer or a movie buff, the Sceptre E275W-19203R monitor is the way to go. 1080P resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) delivers stunning color and picture detail on a 27 inch screen. A 5 millisecond response time displays action sequences with the highest Degree of clarity. Enjoy both HDMI and VGA inputs to connect all video and gaming devices.
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+Cost is lower than low
+Build of monitor itself is great (I'll mention the stand in the cons below)
+has AMD Freesync
+75Hz is not bad for people that don't need to go nuts with gaming. I play casually and don't want to spend a lot for a feature I don't need.
+Has vesa mounts built in to the monitor, Very convenient (especially at this price)
+Fast shipping, with NO dead pixels(I bought 2 for myself, and a third for a friend, and had no damage whatsoever). People writing bad reviews must've gotten unlucky I suppose.
+Bezels are surprisingly very discrete.
+27 inches of screen are the sweet spot for me, any bigger and you're turning your head to look. Any smaller and you run out of space to work with.
-The stand is awful, wobbly as heck, but if you have a sturdy desk, or plan to mount them it's not even an issue.
-5ms response is a bit lackluster with all the rest of the features it has, but for the price I Still can't complain.
-Not really sure why they have a vga input instead of a Dvi input... I haven't used vga in over a decade. But glad they included two Hdmi's to make up for it.
-screen bleeds quite a bit when black, but I personally don't care but it's a con to most so I'm including it.
-Don't use the built in speakers unless you have too, they are exactly how bad you'd expect. I tested them just for kicks. No bueno.
Overall this is is worth the money, chances are if you're looking at budget monitors, you don't truly need anything more. This will work for everyday use. From basic photo editing, gaming, and watching movies, to just having a bigger screen for all your tasks. Either way. I like it. Hope this helps!
Cons: Buttons on the back. Power adapter is a wall-wart. Stand a bit wobbly
My biggest issue with this monitor is the buttons being located on the back. If using multiple of these ( I have 2 side-by-side in landscape) the buttons are a pain in the ass to use. I use one as dual purpose for a PC and RPI. To switch inputs is an exercise in contortion if you use the left monitor as I do. I would have preferred them on the bottom edge but I have the feeling this was done so these screen could mounted in portrait with multiple monitors. If the buttons had be arrange horizontally instead of vertical this would be less of an issue.
The power brick that comes with these monitors is the wall-wart kind where the plugs are on the brick. I would have liked to see a brick with a short pig tail like a laptop brick so less outlet space is taken up. the cable is plenty long enough however.
The stand was super easy to attach and in the future I expect it to be just as easy to remove should I need to. However it is a bit wobbly at the point where the stand attaches to the monitor. Though I attribute that to it being such a large monitor and there will be some flex no matter what. It is by no means excessive. Some day I may buy monitor arm so it's great that there is a vesa mount option.
I so far I love these monitors. The brushed look and matte screen make them look very clean. For anyone concerned they would look very smart in a business setting. These are the first screens I've bought brand new for personal use and I have no complaints. I use my PC for coding, 3D CAD, Wed surfing, movies/Youtube and some light gaming and everything looks great. They are supper bright. I may attempt to do a color calibrating but Overall I'm happy with the current setting. I did change to the Movie setting with bluelight shift 30%
In the course of my work I usually have two monitors going away full blast, one usually to do the writing on, the other to keep notes or outlines or that sort of thing on. It's for the second thing that I'm using this new Sceptre monitor.
The colors and text so far have stayed crisp and clear and the monitor puts out a fair amount of bright light so I don't have to keep squinting at it or fiddling with it.
I don't know how it would work for gaming or for high-powered video work but for what I do, it's very good. Also, the fact that it was very low-priced was pretty nice.
So, if you're planning on using this for just general PC type stuff (including browsing) I'd recommend it wholeheartedly.
Manufacturer, please UPDATE your photo to reflect the current product you are shipping!!!
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Everything working as expected.
One feature is missing. We cannot adjust the hight or angle of the monitor.
But if you don't need to play with that kind of feature, we are recommanding it.
Bought another 24" for co-worker no complaints seem well built - no issues. Like anything pay attention putting the stand on etc. .
I bought it specifically for my gaming computer. The picture quality is great, though it doesn't have much options on it.
The screen is huge, and very light. The monitor itself is very slim, though the base is pretty big. I had zero issues with it since buying it. Well worth it the price, would definitely recommend.