A lot of people look for good quality color in their monitors, but even more so they require something large and in charge do their everyday duties on. If you’re looking for something a little lower on the scale in terms of price, these monitors put out by Sceptre are the way to. You are more than likely going to encounter a few roadblocks when using this monitor.
The Add On’s:
- A screen that is 27 inches in length
- Multiple inputs available
- Retailed at about $400 USD
- Can be viewed successfully from all different angles
- Nice and clear for viewing
- Not a very moveable neck
- Takes up quite a bit of room
- Getting the colors just right can sometimes be a problem
The Main Squeeze:
Even though they’re not the BEST brand out there, when considering the qualities of this monitor for game playing and such, it’s something I would recommend for those who don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for something nice and big. The one shortage that I found to be quite annoying on this display was the lack of choices for making the color corrections that I would prefer on my own screen.
Everything else as far as customizations I was fine with and it was really easy to use, but when it came to color and wanting to switch it up a bit, I was out of luck. The temperatures can be setup by just clicking on one of the preset choices, and that’s not something that I’m really into, nor does it change the color itself. Having it professionally done is your only solution for these types of things and you would only really need to do this if you are serious about using the monitor for professional purposes.
For all gamers out there who want to know if it works well with what they are up to, it does. It really is quick and offers a large screen to get to the nitty gritty of your gaming experiences. You can also get into some good movie watching as well, since it does offer some great clarity and resilience.
Although the neck of the computer works and functions well, it doesn’t give a lot in the range of movement. Depending on what kind of environment your screen will be in, you may want to consider the fact that it won’t offer you a lot of versatility in this area.
What I Conclude:
For a low-end monitor, I think Sceptre did rather well with this one and added all of the monitor points I like especially for gaming purposes. Another point I was well taken with was the great choice of ins and outs I had to work with. This is important for those people like me who have a lot to hook-up. Plus, you’d be looking at a lot more of a money issue if you went with anything different. This is where you will get the most bang for your buck, there’s no doubt about that.