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Sceptre 27" Curved 75Hz LED Monitor Full HD 1080P HDMI DisplayPort VGA Speakers, Ultra Thin Brushed Metal, 1800R Immersive Curvature (C275W-1920R)
- 27” 1800R Curvature 1080P FullHD monitor
- Up to 75Hz refresh rate (2018 update)
- HDMI x 1; DisplayPort (DP) x 1; VGA x 1, 3.5 mm Mini-Jack for the VGA audio
- Built-in Speakers
- Dimensions With Stand (Inches) 24.33” x 16.79” x 8.01”
- Weight with stand 8.53 Ib
- Fast 5ms Response Time. Mounting Type: VESA Hole Pattern 100mm x 100mm
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No dead pixels.
Color out of the box was fine.
Simple plug and play with not fiddling around with settings.
Build quality looks good.
Stand is satisfactory, the base is metal and the vertical part is plastic. You can tilt the screen.
Clean design with a small bezel.
Vesa 100 mm mounting holes on back. Can’t say if they will fit Vesa 100mm mounts exactly.
Has two speakers, but just barely.
Text, graphics and video look fine.
Mine came with an HDMI and VGA cable.
The stand is not so easy to attach to the back of the monitor. Don’t use the included screw driver as there is no way to hold the screws in place that attached the vertical part to the back of the monitor. Use a magnetic screwdriver or have a small child place the screws for you!
The Stand does not adjust for height. Was fine for me.
The Stand attaches to a raised “bump” right in the middle of the Vesa holes. You have to use the included standoff spacers if you need a Vesa mounting. Can't say how sturdy or easy that would be.
The controls are on the right hand side of the back with no hint of where and what they are on the front. The good news is they are well marked when you look at the back and the menu and navigation is not bad so you can figure it out by feel. Better than my Hans-G.
Speakers are not that great. There are plenty PC speakers out there that will do better for under $25. Plan on buying some if Audio means anything to you.
Some have found the power brick cords to be too short. They workrd for me.
If money was no object, you can find a better monitor but why spend money to get a little improvement unless you make a living with your PC. For home, Gaming and general purpose computing I think this is a very nice monitor. The curved part did not take much getting used to so don’t let that scare you.
The price is shockingly low for a curved monitor, considering that curved monitors from other brands are more than DOUBLE the price of this one.
It's low power usages makes it affordable to operate (won't raise one's electric bill.). It uses 21 Watts per hours, which is about half of other monitors on the market the same size.
My only complaint about this monitor, some of the LEDs are conspicuous, they shine through the screen, so that can get aggravating at times.
As far as the color reproduction, as far as I can tell, it's accurate.
Overall nice monitor, affordable to obtain, and to operate, I would definitely recommend it. My compliments to the Scceptre Company.
If anyone from the Sceptre Company is reading this, one change your company should make with the next model of curved monitor is design the LEDs better so that none of them are conspicuous, the viewer should not be able to see the LEDs shining through the screen, that gets aggravating at times.
One more thing to address. A lot of reviewers are claiming they either were not able to put in on the stand, or the stand does not tilt.
It is actually relatively easy to install the stand, you just need to follow the instruction sheet, I did not even need to use the instruction sheet, but if you're not mechanically inclined, the instruction sheet shows you step by step, you just need to line the stand up with the holes, and screw in the screws with the tool the company provides.
And Yes the stand is adjustable, YOU ARE ABLE TO TILT THE MONITOR UP once on the stand. It does not tilt down, however, I have never yet seen a monitor stand that tilts down, so that is not something to single out this particular manufacturer for.
Update: After playing around with the settings I found that the "Movie" preset work's best for me. If it wasn't for the 2 LED's in the corner I would have given it a higher rating, I don't know if that is something that happened during shipping or something that Q.C. missed.
Update: Already a dead pixel.