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Yes
David Jones…
· January 22, 2019
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The monitor has the vesa mount standard 75x75mm. You can take this mount > http://topreviews24.com/monitor-wall-mount/mounting-dream-md2463/ < I'm very happy with it.
Support
· July 30, 2019
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The height is not adjustable but the stand it comes with allows me to angle my monitor in crazy ways. I can for example, go from sitting low down (monitor angled as south as it'll go) to standing up in just one swift move of the monitor.
Kurt Matthew
· February 18, 2019
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Summarily, an LED monitor generates colors directly whereas an LED backlitmonitor generates colors indirectly through the filtering of white light. Generating colors directly is more energy efficient and enables the production of a higher quality image, but that image must be viewed from afar.

I love this monitor by… see more
Summarily, an LED monitor generates colors directly whereas an LED backlitmonitor generates colors indirectly through the filtering of white light. Generating colors directly is more energy efficient and enables the production of a higher quality image, but that image must be viewed from afar.

I love this monitor by the way. Might get a second one see less
Summarily, an LED monitor generates colors directly whereas an LED backlitmonitor generates colors indirectly through the filtering of white light. Generating colors directly is more energy efficient and enables the production of a higher quality image, but that image must be viewed from afar.

I love this monitor by the way. Might get a second one

Tony Pizzutilo
· November 4, 2019
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If you’re going to use it only for that I wouldn’t recommend it. It’s specifically built for gaming. The picture on it is good but for super small details and editing I would pick something else
Cody Wagner
· January 29, 2020
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Yes, but it isn't one of Nvidias "approved" monitors. You'll need to enable it in the Nvidia
Control Panel.

Dominick D
· July 9, 2019
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Yes it can it can actually run 165 with an HDMI cord but when you order it it comes with a display port anyways.
James Brown
· October 9, 2019
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No, it does not have a webcam, only the monitor.
Sedrick Britt
· May 5, 2020
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Yes, you should be able to. If you're having trouble please contact SceptreTS@Sceptre.com for more help.
Sceptre's Community Support
Manufacturer · January 27, 2020
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Don’t plug into a MacBook, as I understand them to not be designed for gaming. Although I am not educated enough to make a definite determination on that claim. I run my laptop I-7 7700k with a GTX 1060 8gbs and it runs as advertised. Another solution is to make sure your using an HDMI 2.0 cable, HDMI 1.0 can’t get you… see more Don’t plug into a MacBook, as I understand them to not be designed for gaming. Although I am not educated enough to make a definite determination on that claim. I run my laptop I-7 7700k with a GTX 1060 8gbs and it runs as advertised. Another solution is to make sure your using an HDMI 2.0 cable, HDMI 1.0 can’t get you the response time that is advertised. see less Don’t plug into a MacBook, as I understand them to not be designed for gaming. Although I am not educated enough to make a definite determination on that claim. I run my laptop I-7 7700k with a GTX 1060 8gbs and it runs as advertised. Another solution is to make sure your using an HDMI 2.0 cable, HDMI 1.0 can’t get you the response time that is advertised.
Zach
· April 4, 2019