|Screen Size||27 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
Sceptre 27" Curved 144Hz Gaming LED Monitor Edge-Less AMD FreeSync DisplayPort HDMI, Machine Black 2020 (Machine Black)
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- AMD FreeSync With FreeSync, gamers now enjoy smooth video and seamless on the spot movement through their fast paced games. FreeSync is an AMD technology that nearly eliminates tearing and stuttering due to differences between a graphics card's frame rate and a monitor's refresh rate.
- Edgeless Bezel Without bezel surrounding the screen, the Sceptre 144RN curved monitor series’ Edgeless Bezel completely immerses you in all the captivating action and wondrous scenery that 1080P resolution and 144Hz refresh rate have to offer.
- Multiple Ports Two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort provide up to 144Hz refresh rate, delivering a versatile advantage in all action-packed gaming sequences.
- Built-In Speakers With built-in speakers, the monitor delivers office level audio for conference calls and internet workshops. Similarly, enjoy engaging audio while listening to your favorite tunes.
- VESA Wall Mountable The VESA wall mount pattern gives you the freedom to select the optimum viewing position for your monitor, eliminate cable clutter, and save valuable space for your gaming and work station.
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With FreeSync, gamers now enjoy smooth video and seamless on the spot movement through their fast paced games. FreeSync is an AMD technology that nearly eliminates tearing and stuttering due to differences between a graphics card's frame rate and a monitor's refresh rate.
Provides a crisper picture by preventing the backlight from flickering periodically
Up to 144Hz Refresh Rate
More than double the standard refresh rate, 144Hz gives gamers an edge in visibility as frames transition instantly, leaving behind no blurred images
With built-in speakers, the monitor delivers office level audio for conference calls and internet workshops. Similarly, enjoy engaging audio while listening to your favorite tunes.
DisplayPort and HDMI
DisplayPort has rapidly become the most versatile display connection, easily delivering video and audio. DisplayPort is also capable of delivering 1080P video over a length up to 15 m (45 ft) using a passive cable.
HDMI delivers superior high-definition to the monitor screen.
FPS and RTS are Sceptre's custom set display settings built for an enhanced gaming experience. FPS (First Person Shooter) , RTS (Real-Time Strategy).
Blue Light Shift Mode
Blue light shift mode is an optimal filter created to provide warmlight screen in order to eye care against light blue wavelength from screen light and give you pleasant reading or working.
30+ years of Experience
Founded in the City of Industry, California over 30 years ago, Sceptre Inc. made a promise to create and deliver superior products for remarkably affordable prices, a rare tradition that has continued to this day.
The curved display delivers a revolutionary visual experience with a leading 1800R screen curvature as the images appear to wrap around you for an in depth, immersive experience.
- With Stand (Inches) 21.5" x 5.4" x 15.6"
- Without Stand (inches) 21.5" x 2.8" x 12.8"
- Packaging Dimension (inches) 22.91” x 4.48” x 15.31”
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|Display Resolution Maximum||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080 pixels||2560x1440 pixels|
|Screen Size||27 inches||32 inches||27 inches||27 inches|
|Item Dimensions||28.60 x 6.50 x 20.70 inches||28.60 x 6.50 x 20.70 inches||24.33 x 8.01 x 16.79 inches||24.00 x 7.20 x 15.50 inches|
|Item Weight||9.30 lbs||12.50 lbs||8.53 lbs||13.34 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount|
|Refresh Rate||144 hertz||185 hertz||75 hertz||155 hertz|
|Size||27" Curved Gaming||—||—||27 INCH-S2719DGF|
27" Curved gaming monitor 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution up to 144Hz refresh rate AMD Free Sync compatible 2 x HDMI 1 x DisplayPort The brightness is 250 cd/m2
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Three months later I can say I’m still very happy I went with this monitor. No issues to date, color and picture is just as good as day one and everyone who has seen it comments on how sleek it looks with the ultra thin bezels and the quality of the picture. If you’re on the fence about this monitor I can tell you it’s a solid product.
UPDATE: My monitor is now starting to flicker from time to time. I will return it soon!
My budget was 100-250, and needed to be high refresh (more than 75 hz) over hdmi (I have a couple year old HP Omen 17 laptop, and it only has a 1050 ti with hdmi 2.0 output... No dp) 27" or more, 1080p - 1440p, and curved if possible. I also wanted a freesync monitor (as nvidia enabled g-sync over freesync), knowing I couldn't afford an official g-sync monitor. Little did I know that I cannot enable g-sync over hdmi with this particular laptop regardless, but I digress.
This monitor checked ALL of these boxes, and at a considerable discount compared to all the other options available to me in this price point. I could get most checked with other monitors in the sub 250 price point, but everyone had a tradeoff that ranges from annoyance, to full-on deal-breaker.
I was reluctant, as I have 0 experience with the Septre brand. I just figured I could send it back if I didn't like it, and save up for one that really hits all of the marks (for more than $300). Boy, am I glad I picked this up.
So... This isn't going to compare to a color calabrated, high-end display. I've certainly used much "nicer" monitors in the past, mostly at work, that offered much more in the way of picture & features. If you want great sRGB coverage, super high resolution, nice tilt-lift function, crazy wide viewing angles, HDR, ect... This is not the monitor for you.
If you want a balls to the wall, immersive, gaming experience at half the cost of the closest competitor... Buy this monitor. If you are using a TV as your monitor, and you want a cheep way to get a taste of the good stuff... Buy this monitor.
I plugged in the high speed hdmi cable, cranked the refresh to 144hz, and immediately noticed a huge improvement in fps and rts games. Smoother, faster, and more immersive than the 40" TV I was using. This monitor looks great! It doesn't feel super cheep either. The stand leaves little to be desired, but it's adequate (ntm doesn't look like a big oval office stand, so points for that I guess).
It's not very bright, and text isn't as super sharp as I was expecting. This does kinda suck as I do a fair amount of writing and spreadsheet work on my computer, but I'm willing to give up a little for the killer gaming experience.
To sum it up, I do not regret this purchase. I'm good with the small bad things, because the good things are pretty great. My gaming rig feels complete now. Some day I will spend the extra money, and get a crazy 1440p 32" ultra-wide or something. This will do just fine until that day. My 1050 ti can't handle that any way.
One of my biggest problems is you can’t have the brightness on high while using this monitor, it’s looks super bad and colors are no good on it. For some reason I do not beleive it really goes up to 144 hz refresh rate and the pixels are so bad, even looking at a letter it looks like it’s all over the place, maybe I am just expecting to much from this monitor but I think they need a bit of work on this product. If I had gotten a good deal or some compensation for this then I was say it was a decent deal but it wasn’t. I payed a lot of money and didn’t get to much. I wouldn’t buy it and just pay a little extra
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Si te aventuras y decides sacrificar la garantía local para comprar este monitor, difícilmente te vas a molestar.
Calidad de imagen comparable con monitores del rango de los 5,500 a los 6,000 pesos, prestaciones algo básicas como el filtro de luz azul y la configuración avanzada del RGB, que son de bastante ayuda.
Adicionalmente, dos canales para paso de cables, en mi caso, todos los puertos que tiene el monitor, dejando, con un poco de tiempo, un Setup totalmente impecable, que, si juntamos con un teclado y un mouse inalámbricos ya sea por protocolo propietario o por Lightspeed, tienes un Setup para juegos competitivos digno de un Gran Maestro.
El Freesync de este monitor es totalmente funcional con las gráficas Nvidia compatibles, por lo que el stuttering, ghosting o algún otro problema de imagen, no va a verse reflejado aquí.
Eso sí, el brillo en ocasiones no cumple con las espectativas, ya que con luz natural, el brillo al 100% puede ser muy poco, y en condiciones de foco incandescente o de luz fría, es demasiado potente, por lo que se debería de modificar a un brillo diferente según el usuario lo prefiera.
De ir por un Yeyian o un Gamefactor, creo que es muchísimo mejor este, ya que por el precio comercial de un Gamefactor de 24 pulgadas, te llevas un monitor de 27 pulgadas Curvo que no tiene nada que pedirle a otros monitores como los de MSi.
Y también incluye entrada para soporte VESA.
Speakers suck (as is to be expected). Really great for gaming.
Edit: Less than 1 year later the screen randomly stopped working, downgraded to 4 stars because even with $50 shipping for RMA to the US, I would still consider this monitor to be a decent and cheap choice. If I have further issues I will adjust accordingly, but if after the repairs it's good to go for the foreseeable future I'll still be happy.
Eso me tenía un poco preocupado. Sin embargo, en cuanto lo empecé a usar quedé maravillado. Yo que soy un usuario común y silvestre, no noto dicho "pixeleado". El tamaño, la calidad de imagen y los 144hz van espectacular. Es el mejor monitor que he tenido en mi vida, y la pantalla curva es genial.
EDIT: Tengo 10 meses con el monitor y se ve una línea vertical azul en medio de la pantalla.
I returned it. The old monitor while slower, offered a FAR superior picture. I've played with as many settings for hours and still couldn't get a good picture out of this thing.
It has a weird permanent tint to it that I can't seem to get rid of, pixel density is really low, colours are washed, out, and even if full darkness the monitor looks dim. Nothing pops, nothing looks good.
I just can't recommend this to anyone, spend the extra money for something decent.
For a 1080p, 27 inch, CURVED, 144HRZ monitor there isn't a better one for the price.
Not to mention it has Free sync and can use a display port!
No dead pixels, looks great after you tweak it. Out of the box the coloure and contrast are crazy off and you will have to set it up. Take your time and dial it in and it will look great!
P.S. refresh rate only goes till 120hz. I do not know why. Maybe the cable? or my graphic card gtx960m doesnt support it.
El desempeño a 144hz se siente fantástico, definitivamente ha sido una mejora impresionante comparado a jugar en mi monitor anterior, un monitor LG 1080p del 60hz (el cual costó prácticamente lo mismo y se ve PEOR en muchos aspectos, aparte del refresh rate inferior)
Si quieren un monitor fantástico para gaming (sobre todo títulos de esports) y tienen un presupuesto ajustado, honestamente vale la pena ahorrarse un poco de dinero para comprarse este, no compren un monitor de 60 o 75 hz.
No recomiendo 1080p a 27 pulgadas. Los pixeles se veian bastante grandecitos y no era una experiencia buena en general.
Pobre QC, lamentablemente lo tuve que regresar por un pixel muerto .
El stand es bastante solido y el monitor no se menea tanto en el escritorio.