The technology is called HDMI. The monitor has a Full HD resolution. 5ms GTG is the response time. The refresh rate is up to 200Hz. The refresh rate is more than double the standard rate, giving the gaming community an edge in visibility as frames transition instantly, leaving behind no blurred images. The smooth video and seamless on the spot movement of the game players is thanks to the free sync feature. Due to the differences between a graphics card's frame rate and a monitor's refresh rate, Free Sync almost eliminates tearing and stuttering. Scepter's custom set display settings are built for an enhanced gaming experience. First person shooter, real-time strategy. Blue light can cause eye fatigue, irritation and strains. This will allow you to work on documents, watch movies, or play games longer. The VESA wall mount pattern makes it easy to mount the Scepter monitor on the wall. You will be able to save a lot of space and view the screen in a good position.
👤I upgraded to this from a 29 inchIPS Ultra Wide from the year before that died on me. I can see the difference between a VA and anIPS panel, as the colors have less pop, but that's to be expected. The features are great and the construction is nice. The iot feels like a much larger screen than the one I got from the company. Maybe that's the effect of the display being curved? It's interesting to me. I can clearly see the difference when playing games at high refresh rates, like Warframe, which has a 200hz refresh rate. Freesync is also great. I don't experience motion blur with VA panels with this high of a refresh rate. The PC I used with this is with a Ryzen 7 1700 at 3.8 GHz and a Radeon RX 580 8GB. This supports true Picture-in-Picture, which is something I didn't have when I had the LG monitor. I love this feature, as I have my PS4 hooked up to this monitor, and I also love that there is a spare HDMI connection to go. I'm happy to see that the monitor has a feature like this. It's a bit frustrating to use, for the biggest caveat of the display. 1. The screen is mounted on a stand. The included VESA wall mount adapter does not give proper clearance for the screw that some of these VESA wallmounts use, as was mentioned by another reviewer. I only have this screwed in at the four corners because it will flex against the middle screw. I don't think this will cause the display to fall, as it is light, but it would be nice if the adapter had a built in indent to compensate for that screw. 2. The most important is this one. When Freesync is enabled, the display will stretch the connection to the full size of the monitor. I was confused as to why my PS4 kept stretching its output to fill the screen even though I chose a different display setting. I was able to correct this by disabling Freesync. I like to switch between the two displays. If someone from Sceptre is reading these, please put in the time to correct this because I am sure it can be done via a firmware update. I am very happy with this monitor, but it is not perfect. This is a brand new monitor and I hope this review helps. Sceptre was one of the first screen manufacturers to make a high definition tv, and I was the first person to own a high definition tv. A friend of mine still uses the TV that I gave him, and it's not a problem. The display is great, outside of the glitch.
👤Coming down from a predator. So far, I'm impressed with what you get. The monitor was clean when it came in. The colors are vibrant, not as good as a predator, but more than good enough with the contrast, which knocked my xb271hu out of the water. I had no problem changing the settings in the osd. Freesync isn't as good as nvidia's proprietary hardware based gsync but it is more than good enough and you won't notice any difference unless you look for differences. The main reason for this was to look for a slight tearing at sub 60 frames per second range while moving back and forth and up and down rapidly. I was able to extend the freesync range slightly to 40-200hz with cru. The VA panel had an advertised 5ms response and was expected to have ghosting at higher refresh rates. Even though I took this up 150 to 200 frames in overwatch, there was no ghosting. There is no black desert online, no shadow of war, noRB Siege, no warframe, and nowitcher 3. My system was an rtx 2080/ r7 2700x 16gb of 3000mhz c16.
The menu has an option to use FreeSync. The refresh rate helps you to react quickly. G-sync compatibility makes gaming smooth. The 1500R curved screen wraps around your field of vision. A 3000: 1 contrast ratio makes it easier to see enemies. Blacks are deep and white is bright with more levels of shades in between. Get the best settings for your game. Picture mode adjusts Black Gamma levels, contrast, sharpness, and color for almost any game genre.
👤My review has been updated since 3 months ago. I can tell the difference between 120 and 140hz. The panel has great contrast levels with black background. A bad pixel overdrive causes ghosting on contrasting background. It's noticeable in some games. If you use Gsync, the ghosting becomes very apparent, and gets worse the longer you play. This was with a computer. disabling Gsync after purchase is highly recommended by me.
👤This monitor isn't much of a point. The monitor can't handle motion blur at the 240hz range, so you would be better off buying an alternative. If you prefer the absolute best motion clarity at the expense of color accuracy, I would suggest a cheaper option such as the 1440p Odyssey G7 or a more expensive one such as the Sony Bravia TVs.
👤I like this monitor. The product looks great. I really like my gaming setup. The picture on the monitor is amazing. I have not had a chance to play any games on it yet, so I can't say if the 240mhz makes a difference. The DirectPort cable that arrived with the product did not work out. I needed to connect my cable to see the screen. I had to buy a VESA certified cord after researching the cable. I put some stuff on my computer when it was turned off. I am using my cord again. I expect better from this price point.
👤I didn't know why my eyes hurt immediately when I looked at this monitor. Had to return. Good contrast and blacks. 2. I've never had the lowest input lag on a monitor. I own a Dell s2716dg and a HP omen x25f. 3. There are a lot of picture settings. 4. The design is very good. Don't play Quake RTX on this! 1. It looks ok if you don't reach 100 frames per second. 2. Stand is terrible. 3. The screen is over sharpened. It took a while to make it look normal. 4. I don't know why but VA andIPS panels bother my eyes. For some odd reason, the panels of the state of Tennessee don't work. The monitor was great for that game. I would like to try buying it again and see if the eye strain was caused by a defect in the panel I had. The monitor felt like it was from the golden era of gaming. I wish this panel had a faster blur as it claims. If they did a input lag test on this display, it would be at the top of the display heap because of the HP omen x25f. I feel like I'm one of the lowest input lag displays and this one felt even better to aim and track targets on.
👤I saved 100 dollars each after buying 2 for my kids. The displays are great, but I wish they had higher resolution. There is nothing perfect about 27" plus 240 Hz. The fact that the displays were cheap is beyond me. It was difficult to find displays for my kids' gaming computers. They were either small or small with a low refresh rate. The screens have great resolution but are twice the price. My kids wanted curved screens. You can't go wrong. I am a Tech junkie and a nerd. I look at every detail when buying. Don't misunderstand me. They look good. I can see the whole thing. When the screen is mostly white, it's like using a word processor. The display should be placed as far away as possible.
The KYY portable external monitor can be used as a gaming monitor, screen extender for laptop or phone, and is light but powerful. It has a Premium gray metal appearance, 2 built-in speakers to play audio, a friendly menu control wheel for setting, and a professional support team. native refresh rates of up to 240Hz are available inIPS Technology. A 1ms response time blasts away ghosting and blurs for clear images. The new technology helps maintain image clarity from every angle of the screen. You have a wide array of colors in your arsenal, with up to 99% sRGB color coverage. You get epic, tear-free images that don't slow down your game with the help of the FreeSync Premium and G-SYNC compatible technology. The design of the monitor's cooling and ventilating system is unique, and it keeps the monitor cool during the most intense battles.
👤I might have been too hard on this 3 stars. It's possible that I got a less than perfect display as every monitor has a different manufacturing variable. I got this on the cheap from Amazon. It has some nice features, but the stand is too wide and doesn't raise up high enough, so I had to put it in a cardboard box. The reason I didn't buy the Dell 1440p TN version was because of complaints about color banding which I didn't know was fixable to a degree. The displays are getting better. The current version of Modern Warfare has a PPI of only 88. The old ASUS VG248QE has only 91, but it looks much clearer. I went shopping for something better because it didn't support G-sync/Freesync. The Dell S 2417DG is a very large screen. People were happy about the AW2521HF beingIPS and better color. Not in my case. Also, for now. I sent back a Dell 27in S2719DGF that was a 1440p with 109PPI because I didn't know that G-synch compatibility wasn't an option for Windows 7. The Amazon description didn't specify that. I now know what I'm talking about. Sorry, Amazon. When it comes to Freesync/G-sync compatibility, Microsoft has forced Nvidia to abandon Windows 7. Every time Microsoft updates Windows 10, it creates a lot of work for Nvidia and they no longer have the resources to work on features like G-sync compatibility and Windows 7. I haven't seen a display like this in a long time. Good colors were overtaken by the lighting. I went to the Lagom calibration site because I was fed up with the monitor settings being too high and I wanted to raise a setting that would make the display unpleasant. The only way to correct this is via the control panel color setting or the Freestyle filters, which are not available for Windows 7 anymore. I ran a bunch of tests with a lot of different speeds, but my old monitor beat them by a small margin. I think my RTX 2070 is a little harder to use. It's super. The image quality seems to be better on my old monitor. Maybe I have it. I don't like the image quality in Warzone as much as it looks on the Asus. Let the comments be mean.
👤I have never played on a monitor with a refresh rate of more than 120hz, so I don't have any experience with it. I was a bit worried about leaving behind the higher resolution when I went from a 32inch 2k 75hz monitor. This was not an issue due to the smaller screen. It isn't missed because of the density of my previous monitor. I was worried about the monitor size. This was an issue for about an hour of gaming, then faded away into the wonderful response time and refresh rate of this monitor. I play a lot of games. It has been a game-changing event. I can run all these games at over 200 frames per second. I have seen an increase in my gaming ability due to this monitor. Tracking has never been simpler. If you aren't doing anything more than gaming and media consumption, you might be happy with just a few changes. Every monitor has a different setting, so your most accurate setting could be different. I have not seen any ghosting and my monitor came with no dead pixels. If you can find it below $400, I was able to get it for $315. This is coming from a person who had never played on a monitor before. I may not be the best person to make a purchase decision from, but from the many reviews I had read and watched prior to my purchase, most have had similar feelings about this monitor. I am very pleased with my purchase so far.
The high dynamic range technology with the DisplayHDR 1000 certification and the professional color gamut ensures exceptional contrast and color performance. A 27" AOC Gaming G2 series monitor has 1920x1080 Full HD (1080P) resolution. For an ultra-smooth competitive game, response times of less than a minute and a refresh rate of more than a century are ideal. The 1500R curved monitor wraps around your vision. A high 80 Million to 1 contrast ratio is what the 3-sided design has. 3-year zero-bright-dot, 3-year advance replacement, and 1-year accidental damage are included in the resale warranty. lag free display from the video signals is delivered by the AOC Low Input lag. During gaming sessions, the LowBlue Mode and FlickerFree are available.
👤I have never used a Curved monitor before. The contrast issues of a TN panel were not a problem for me. I had the beef to move up to 1440P. You cannot use the OOB settings on this monitor. It took me a fraction of a second to get solid for reading when I scrolled up and down in a browser, the text would dim and get fuzzy until I stopped. I got this monitor for the performance mode, so I quickly started messing with settings. I go into settings with any monitor to get the right colors and brightness. This one is a little extra. I came up with the setting that will make it work great in game or desktop. Game Mode Off Shadow Control 50 low input lag. On for desktop work, Off for in game, less lag much smoother, yes Off here per manual and it feels correct. I've been able to get the monitor to work and look great in all modes by tweaking the color settings in the control panel. It doesn't matter if you move your head around or not, contrast is great. This is a big step up from Tennessee. The curve screen is not a keystone for real, but an effect the curve brings, and that is something I could not do without. I will give curve screens 0 points in the future, I'd be happy with a flat screen. The Freesync feature was already chosen in the panel by the company. It was good to see that it was recognized on its own. I'll read to make sure it's working. I don't know if Freesync is working or not because screen tearing is not a thing anymore. Even though I feel like I got everything I need out of it, I ended up with a 4 star score because there is no manual. I know what I'm seeing. I went through all the settings until I found the ones I needed to fix, because I knew I had to fix it immediately or return the product. I wonder how many people get one of these and return it because they think VA is terrible. I want to return the monitor, but it puzzles me. I can get ideal conditions, but there are two settings that I have to change each time, and there isn't a way to save the preset. The settings were updated to match the edit. I dropped two stars because I think you need toggling this often for the best results.
👤The monitor is nice. I had no issues with using it. The price point and the warranty are the reasons I bought this. I bought it for $430 and it was great. I scratched the screen pretty badly when I accidentally scratched it for 4 months. I think so. I will use their 1-year accidental damage warranty to replace it. My first call to customer service was interrupted by construction work and my voice was so bad I couldn't hear anything. They had to be put on the speaker. I want to use my one time warranty. They didn't ask me for the order invoice, address or serial number. I told them that the screen was scratched. They tell me that the accidental damage warranty only covers cracked screens, which I say isBS, and that it does not cover accidental damage like monitors falling on the floor, acts of God, or even nuclear war. For up to one year from the date of purchase, there is one incident covered. I asked if the warranty covered nuclear war and accidental damage but not a scratched screen. He says that he thinks so. I paid $430 for a decent monitor and a scam of a warranty. A blatant lie and an absolute scam. They need to either fire that man or keep their reputation.
27” full HD display. The response time is 1ms and the refresh rate is 240Hz. It is compatible with the G-SYNC. The stand has tilt, height, and pivot options.
👤I was the former owner of 3 and one. I was drawn to this market because I don't think 4K displays are worth it at this point in time. The majority are compromises, but the bandwidth requirements for running 4:4:4 subsampling, an extended color gamut, and a refresh rate of 144 Hz and beyond will be much better served by DP. I believe the experience to be the most immersive until the price to performance ratio trend of the current is changed. I can state with confidence that I have found my perfect monitor in the form of the 27GL850 from LG. It has addressed all of the quality control concerns that I have had throughout my quest of trying to get a high refresh rate display. The monitor can be referred to as having an In-Plane Switching panel as this is their proprietary term for the technology that produces the wider color gamut and viewing angles. I did not buy this display because I am a hardcore game player, but because I wanted a quality monitor with good color reproduction, a uniform panel, and good response time. My purchase was based on the chance of a monitor being made by the company. I am proud to report that this monitor delivers. The display has excellent contrast and response time. White uniformity is present across the entire screen while the colors in the factory appear correct next to my Dell. Outside of sRGB mode, the colors come off as over-saturated, although some may prefer the added vibrancy of the NanoIPS technology. Black levels are on par with most other displays that I have used, despite the measurement coming in at a somewhat lower figure than similar displays. The monitor community accepts that the fast setting is adequate in preventing overshoot. coronas are undesirable artifacts that come from the faster and fastest settings. I have had no issues with gaming despite the monitor not having a variable overdrive, as I tend to binge on games like CS:GO. I will say that the strength of the presence of the glow on my display falls on the moderate end of the spectrum because this is a review where transparency informs prospective buyers. The panel is 27 inches, which is a decent amount of real estate for this phenomenon to occur. It is important to keep in mind that this varies on a per panel basis. It is a consequence of using anIPS panel for computing purposes. It's nothing new or anything that can't be fixed by adjusting the brightness level, viewing distance, height, and angle. Placing the monitor further away is one way to remedy the situation. One way to reduce the glow is to position the screen in such a way that one's gaze meets the center of the screen, as the height of the top bezel is in relation to one's eyes. The final tip is to tilt the screen so that it reduces the glow. I can easily say that this is the best monitor I have ever used. I will not bash the most recent iteration of the high refresh rate display, the PG279QZ, as one can refer to the top review of the display to see what types of problems plague those monitors. Quality control still exists in consumer grade monitors, that is what I will say, it is a breath of fresh air. This purchase has instilled confidence in me when it comes to the brand of monitors that I buy, because no manufacturing process is going to produce near perfect monitors all of the time. I think that this model will give all monitor buyers hope that they can get a quality monitor in this market. I've attached pictures of the monitor at different brightness levels. I posted the same array of shots for this sample because I found another monitor from Micro Center. There is a small area of bleed in the top left corner. It's not noticeable on a black screen unless I raise the stand's height. Please see the pictures without the headphones if you want to identify them. The photo uploader refused to retain the sequence in which I had ordered them. There is a new word for it.
The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S have Full HD at 120Hz output. A fast refresh rate. The resolution is 27 inches. The color support is 1.07 billion. The G-SYNC ULTIMATE is certified by NVIDIA. The display is four-sided. The screen has a flicker-free feature.
👤The AW2721D would be a five star monitor if it wasn't for the issues I describe in the negatives. It was nice and dark black, the first thing I wanted to see, was the light up, back-light bleed, flash-lighting etc., to my amazement. I used it for three hours, tried a few games, and then ran it through the online tests and it did very well. I didn't see a slip in the box with the measurements, but I will look again. You can definitely tell a difference when you're playing a strategy game or a real time strategy game, when you're playing with G-sync Ultimate compared to the G7 or the 27GN950. It has become more pronounced over the past couple of days, and definitely makes a difference. + The Alienware AW2521HFL has the same GUI as the Alienware 25 inch, with a few small omissions, but the 25 inch has more feature rich GUI options. The colors on the AW2721D are more vibrant than the AW2521HFL, it was at least noticeable over HDMI, with my Nintendo Switch and PS4 Pro. If the monitor measured around 750 nits of brightness, it would be as bright as the 27GN950, but I don't think it is. It's brighter than the G7. I immediately ran checks for color banding, display uniformity and other things, and I'm very pleased, this monitor did exceedingly well, among the top I've used. You can set the monitor to 12bpc, vice 8 and 10 in the control panel, but it's usually not an option on the majority of monitors. The most accurate colors are offered by the standard color mode, and the most colorful are the games. The most versatile is theRPG. + The Alienware logo is on the front of the stand, I was surprised they added this, but I love the look of the stand. It is definitely a huge fan of the construction and quality. The monitor did not have wake or sleep issues with the PC. The colors on this monitor are definitely exceptional and you can see it from the picture. It looks better than expected in NBA 2K21 and it's a nice surprise. I think this monitor is better than the other one, it has better colors, better viewing angles, better AG coating, and has G-sync Ultimate. It's smooth, but it's not as noticeable as one would think. The AW2721D has some of the best color and tone combinations of any monitor I've used. The colors in the AW2721D are among the best I've seen, you can change the colors in the monitor, it's the first monitor I've used that has this capability. It was obvious and colorful when I played multiple games with it, and to my surprise it was much brighter and more livelier than I had expected. The lack of VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) is a negative, I will see what happens in the next couple of weeks. Ultra Low Motion Blur should be supported as well. You have to change it to 8bit color in order to go beyond the current limit of 144hz. The G7 supports both DSC and ULMB. This monitor uses a dedicated G-sync module, which could be why it doesn't have DSC. The monitor needs an easier way to change inputs. There is no auto port switch when it senses a signal. The ports on the back are difficult to access. The bottom lip of the monitor is used to crimp cables. I use a VESA certified KableDirekt DP 1.4 cable and two high end HDMI 2.0 cables that are very tight and crowded in the port area, there is plenty of space to spread them out more. When using the faster or higher response time setting, you are left with the slowest setting, which can be noticeable during gaming. I can use the AW2521HFL with extreme settings and no overshoot occurs. The monitor can't accept a 4K signal at the moment. The PS4 Pro only recognizes a high definition signal. It will not accept a 4K signal for consoles. This shows a serious lack of understanding with many people who like to use the HDMI ports on their monitors for their gaming consoles. If they are not used to their full potential, why have them? Almost every monitor that comes out in the past 3-4 years from major manufacturers will do this. It's odd that the AW2521HFL's auto input source is not available, and that every time you stop playing a game on the console, you have to manually click on the monitor to change it toDP. It's not until you access the monitor's settings that you can see the game is being played in high definition. The ability to accept a 4K signal via HDMI and the DSC are missing.
The game is smooth. adaptive sync technology reduces screen tearing, stutter, and input lag. Every scene flows smoothly with low framerate compensation. The WQHD is 2560x1440. The 1500R gaming monitor has an ultrafast 165Hz refresh rate and is designed for professional gaming. The ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) technology enables a 1ms response time, eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp gaming visuals with high frame rates. FreeSync Premium technology is supported through the DisplayPort and HDMI ports. Shadow boost enhances image details in dark areas. The gaming experience is enhanced by using the HDR-10. There is a robust connection with HDMI x2. There is a DisplayPort 1.2.
👤I was excited to get this monitor. The drawbacks of losing variable refresh rate are not included in the benefits of ULMB. Sounds great! It's terrible in practice. There is artifacting around an object moving on the screen. If you want a reference, you can see the same problem for the monitor that has ELMB. I don't think trading motion blur for reduced brightness is worth the trade-off. The display settings are not nice. There is no normal display mode. All of the display modes are "game visual", except for sRGB, which has the setting of brightness, contrast, etc disabled. It is difficult to calibrate the display. The icing on the cake is that I am returning the monitor because of the deadpixel issue. I don't want to have a monitor that is not working because I don't want it to look like it's malfunctioning.
👤I was excited for this to come in, but I quickly realized how bad it is. The menu system is not working. I couldn't get the menu to show up even after I did something. The thumb stick on the back was able to scroll through the inputs. I followed the instructions in the manual in order to get the menu, but it never came up. There is no way to change the contrast. If you are building your own computer, do not get this monitor. If the monitor is running windows, it only gets a signal from the pc. There is no way to get the computer program to register. It will state that there is no signal. I haven't been able to get the monitor to work with my computer. Third. What monitor doesn't have a display port? It is outdated for gaming. I don't think one HDMI and one VGA port is good. If you're building your own pc, I wouldn't recommend this product. It seems overpriced for the quality.
👤I haven't seen my boyfriend in a week, he is staring at the screen and watching 4k videos, like a zombie. He won't eat, he barely sleeps, and he hasn't kissed our guinea pigs since the monitor came. He's in a sick state. Will I ever see my boyfriend again? Or will he be sucked into the lovecraftian horror of the monitor? At least he's got a good k/d in the game.
👤I think that ASUS added a lot of features that made up for it. I can't tell the difference between this and my other recently purchased monitor which is a higher resolution. This thing is an amazing buy at the price Amazon has it listed for. The menu has a button on the back, but it's not just buttons. The picture is clear even at the lower resolution, and the curve will draw you into the monitor and expand your vision range to the corners on the larger screen size. It has been a great upgrade over my last monitor and I have been using it for gaming and movies for several weeks now. The monitor has speakers, but it's not listed under the features. They are quiet, so unless you have $20 for some speakers at the moment, they will get the job done in a pinch. I'm glad I didn't compromise and drop down to a 27 inch over this one because I would absolutely buy this again. There is a Oh, and not a single dead person! Awesome!
There are two ports: a display port and a HDMI cable. The refresh rate is twice as fast as a 120Hz gaming monitor. A faster reaction time is achieved by smaller visual information gaps. There is a 8.3 millisecond gap between frames, which is halved to 4.16ms between frames at 120Hz. This is important to the game because it gives an edge to the less well-equipped. Being able to react in real-time combined with skill will help you get more wins. When the monitor is capable of displaying them, full frames can be displayed. This allows you to experience native refresh rates of up to 120Hz for rapid-fire, tear-free Graphics that don't require user adjustments. A wide-angle viewing range means that the color coverage on the screen is consistent. The monitor is built with the technology that allows it to display images in high definition. The monitor controls are easy to reach on the right side of the monitor. The buttons can be assigned as a way to access certain settings. The true response time is 1ms. As the image signal comes in, the pixels are able to change quickly. This is a new feature for monitors, which have been considered too slow for gaming.
👤The white outside color works amazing. The software for the monitor's color is garbage and not curve.
👤The color is gone. The screen is too bright. I didn't buy it for this, it looks cloudy, but it's great for surfing the web. I will return the monitor. Disappointed. I wanted to keep the monitor for gaming.
👤Is this monitor good? Let me say yes. The quality was excellent. The item came intact. At this point in time, there is a relatively small selection of 240 hertz IPS. I have a dellhertz 144 g-sync monitor. I wanted something with a higher refresh rate for the shooters that I play. I realized after extensive use of my 1440p that even though it's great, it's not enough for me to use it at1080p. My complaint is not with the monitor itself, it works exactly as designed and is smooth. I got back some of the quality by increasing the resolution scale in certain games and adding a little bit of sharpening but at that point you are using the same amount of vram as you were on a 1440 screen, yet you are sacrificing the quality. Why have a monitor at that point? This is a fantastic piece of equipment and you should know why you are buying it before you try it out. I will definitely get one of the 240 hertz and 1440p displays by the middle of 2019.
👤It's a great product. I was worried about the high response speed after using aw2518h. It is an upgrade from aw2518h. There is no ghosting even if you set the response speed to Super Fast. The monitor holding power is perfect. I like that. The rear design of aw2518hf is so beautiful that I didn't care about the rgb on the back of the monitor. I used a kd25f monitor and aw2720hf rgb is completely different from Kd25f's. The light is similar to the lights of the audi r8 headlight or the 2020 Benz S class inside the interior led. I only play a game that has a frame rate. The monitor is white, so it can get dirty over time, it depends on how you use it. There is a The response speed is slower than tn panel, but it doesn't differ much from 3ms and 1 ms gtg. It's different than Tn panel. Benq is not as good as cable management. Benq's red circle is too big and it is tight. I love BenQ as well. Will new products be released after 2020? They don't make Tn Panel anymore. I have a question. I know the launch price is 599 dollars, but why is it so cheap at Amazon? I will get this product again and my friend will buy it, even though the panel that I bought was faulty. The price will go up one day after that.
👤I switched from a Gsynch monitor to a1080p one. Until you played on a monitor that was over 120 frames per second, you haven't really gamed. This was knocked out of the park by Alienware/Dell. No regrets about buying this monitor.
It's so fast, that action begins instantly when you turn on the screen, with virtually no delay between your peripherals. The viewing angle is 170(H)/160(V) with a 28 inch 4K/UHD (3840 x 2160) with 1ms response time and adaptive sync. HDCP Yes. Blue light is lowered and flickering is eliminated by the ASUS Eye Care technology. The maximum contrast ratio is 1000 and the display colors are 10 bit. It can allow a graphics source to adjust display refresh rate based on typical content frame rates for power efficient and stutter free display update. You can access features such as ASUS Game Plus on the fly with the 5 Way OSD joystick. The digital signal is 120 to 120 kilohertz horizontal and 60 to 120 kilohertz vertical. The signal Frequency is between 24 to 99 KiloHertz horizontal. Energy Star, BSMI, CB, CEL level 1, FCC, PSB, PSE, RoHS, TCO7.0, VCCI, WEEE, WHQL are all part of the compliance and standards logo. The Game Plus and GameVisual settings enhance the performance of the game. 3 years warranty service for the ASUS Rapid Replacement. -5 degree plus 20 degree. The max is 300 cd.
👤This was put out because it took me hours to research and find a way to use freesync. Freesync can be enabled with Geforce graphics cards. Go to your monitor menu, and then go down 5 tabs until you reach the spanner icon, and then change toDP 1.2.
👤If you want to play games, this monitor is good. It is very bright, and 4K makes imagery look crisp. If you want to watch movies or work with software, this is not a good monitor. The ghosting effect on the monitor spoils the movie watching experience. The fast moving scenes have a ghosting effect and I ran it at 60Hz. The monitor is not suitable for long hours of coding. The blue light filter mode is malfunctioning. If you work on this for long hours in low light, you will strain your eyes because the warm color option is dead. I realized this was not suitable for coding after using for more than a month and exhausting my return window, so I cannot return it now. I have been looking for a 4k monitor for a while.
👤It's a good bargain and has a beautiful 4K monitor. There are two small flaws. Sometimes it doesn't wake up when the computer does, and you have to do something to the little control on the back to wake it up. The little control on the back is a flaw. A dedicated on/off button is one of the buttons implemented by other companies who make monitors. The little joystick on the back is too sensitive to what direction you're pushing it, and it's difficult to use to turn the monitor on and off. If you push it in the wrong direction, you'll pick something you don't want. Sometimes, even when pushing it in the correct direction, you end up selecting an option you don't want. The image and price are more important than the two tiny flaws. I'm sure I'll get better at it as I use it more. I hope so.
👤I bought this for my Macbook Pro, which has an HDMI port built in, to use at home. Resolution is not very good. The next size down option was 1600x900, which was very low resolution, and it looked awful. The upgrade did nothing. I use other 4k monitors in my office with no problems and I know it's not my video card. You can't return these things once you've opened them, so I feel sick about my purchase.
👤Let's get to the points. The light bleed is very intense on the corners of the screen. I might have kept the product if they had been more discreet. The light bleed is so intense that it's hard to tell if you're watching a video or gaming. Imagine watching a spotlight come from the four corners of your screen if you didn't know what a light bleed was. It looks like that. I have attached a picture. I don't think I'll try for strike 3 as I have an idea.
The ports include DisplayPort 1. There is an impressionist impressionist. The 1000R panel from Odyssey matches the curve of the human eye for maximum eye strain and immerses you in the game. The WQHD solution is to make your gaming world more realistic. WQHD resolution boasts incredibly detailed, pin-sharp images. With more space to take in all the action, you can see a full view. G-SYNC and freeSYNC are from the movie G-SYNC. Dropping frames means putting your opponent in the dirt. Odyssey matches every frame from your graphics card, so you are never caught short from moment to moment. The rate is rapid. Topping the charts never looked or felt so smooth. Odyssey has a rapid refresh rate that will give you up to four times the number of frames displayed on screen compared to a traditional screen. Odyssey's Infinite Core is a striking addition to any desktop, matching world firsts in technology, with stunning visual design. The lightening fast time is 1ms. The difference between your destruction and your enemy's can be a fraction of a second. You can be sure that you are getting information as fast as possible with Odyssey's grey to grey 1ms response time. The cutting edge QLED technology. The picture quality is perfect with every frame. The highest class of color reproduction can be achieved with 125% more color space compared to sRGB. Odyssey's HDR 600 brings incredible depth to the worlds you choose to explore, revealing the smallest hidden details so you don't miss a thing.
👤It was turned on to find a dead object. No matter how good a monitor is, a single deadpixel makes it worthless.
👤First off, I'm playing this monitor with a 2080 Ti. I was looking for a monitor that could push it to the limit 99% of the time, but this thing is so fast that it can't. This thing is fantastic. The curve is very noticeable, unlike other monitors that I have owned in the past. It feels like you are more in the screen than before. I would give it a 5 star for the tech in the monitor. I don't like the stand that it is on, and I don't understand the light on the back of the monitor. The stand is shaking. It's annoying that this is a pretty spending monitor, and you can't see the lights, but it's also annoying that you can't see them. There is no reason to be there. I think it's strange for others to see it. I might have to get a new stand for it if I take the RGB off and give me a better stand for the same amount of money. I still love this monitor after trying a lot of games. The colors on this monitor are amazing. I don't use the g-sync because of two reasons, the first being that I get some weird screen flickering when I load screens and such, and the second being that I don't like it. I don't want to use it. The second reason is that it cuts the refresh down to 144, which I don't like. I am still looking for a solution to the screen shaking on my desk. It is very noticeable with a large monitor. If you want a monitor that looks good if not better, then you should get anIPS monitor with color. The fast response time is something you want. This is the monitor to use. But... I had to put it to the test. If you open the box, set it up, and then put it on faster response, it will blow your mind. It did for me, and the runs with my 2080 TI are amazing.
👤There are too many reviews with incorrect information. I'm going to break it down. If you want to get a 10 Bit color, you need a graphics card that can hold 8 bit. This has to be set manually in the control panels. If you plan to game with this, you will need a graphics card that is capable of achieving 240HZ. If you want to use as much as possible of the refresh rate advantage, you need a very high end graphics card. The ones it comes with are the proper display port cables. The latest firmware update completely solved the issue of flickering. The latest update contains a control that you have to set in the monitor menu. When the screen is completely black, the backlight is visible. It's not oled and it's not flannel. It has light zones. This should not be a problem for the reason to buy this monitor. I got a stuck pixels. It was many in different areas. I bought from Amazon. It was shipped back. There were no issues with the different one. There is an issue with the panels broken in shipping. The 1000R curves break at a high percentage. There is no way around this due to the curve and carrier handling. You can buy them from a big box store. They are usually shipped on a pallet together. My mac can't detect this all the time. This appears to be true at the moment, as I have to plug the cable back in. Since the 90s, windows has been doing this simple thing and apple can't seem to get it. A lot of monitors on the latest build of Big Sur are not compatible with the new apple silicone with their own cpu/gpu. I used the m1 PROC to observe it. It doesn't have the ultimate gysnc module. The BOM can be found on the internet. Would you pay double for this monitor to have that module? I can't tell you the difference between this and gysnc ultimate on a x 27 predator, I have no idea. In my opinion, the service from the company is terrible. I have read a lot of bad comments about interacting with them. I bought from Amazon and made sure everything was working. There are some vertical lines on broken rows. The VA panel may have them. They show up in certain colors on the monitor. I don't think most people will notice unless they are looking at quality and tight about it. If you think so, you'll get a high from ghosting. Youtuve has videos of the test. This thing has low response times. The gtg 1ms HDR has no FALD. They do not advertise it as FALD. Some games have a noticeable difference with the use of HDR. This isn't an issue with the monitor. I think that the level of work that HDR does is pretty much what you pay for. Why did the five star review come up? 1. The curve is 1000R. For me eye comfort is life changing. 2. A 10 Bit color. I have never seen a smoother game. The game is playing beautifully if you can run at a high frame rate. There is a huge difference between the two, but it is still awesome. The window movement and any motion that can take advantage is smooth. 4. The lighting is nice. The color is nice. The FALD 1000 NIT wow factor is not HDR. I think it's pretty good. 7. Overall design... Very nice. It stands out. There are 8. The power cable is long. I have a desk that is slightly higher than usual. This one did. There are 9. There are two displays, a dual display and a single display. The settings are adjusted for gaming, response, and performance. 11. The monitor button is on. It was nice to switch between computers. 12 Bezel... It's not a thing, but it's a part of the device which makes it look smaller. 13 There was a vesa mount plate in mine. There are 14. Is this monitor perfect? No, its not. Is this monitor for something really special? Yes, it is. I like this monitor. You can fix all the flaws. I don't want to ever use another x 27 predator or a asus pg 27uq because they are the best monitors ever made. Reality is my go to monitor.
The screen has a flicker-free feature. The Curvature is 1800R. The 1800R degree curved design immerses you into the action no matter where you sit in the room. Stay above the pack with the 240Hz refresh rate, which will give you an edge in performance as frames transition instantly. 1ms MPRT. Motion blur is eliminated and crisp imagery is visible in the midst of chaotic combat with 1ms MPRT. The smooth video and seamless movement of fast-paced games are enjoyed by the gaming community. The graphic card and monitor refresh rates are synchronized. The multiple ports of the DisplayPort and the HDMI1 give incredible visibility and agility to beat your standard player. The refresh rate for the HDMI 2 and 3 is impressive.
👤I wasted my money, don't waste your money.
👤I play a lot of high/ultra gaming. This was a big deal. The monitor is nice. You won't be disappointed. This is for people who need a high-definition television. I'm at between 250 and 260 frames per second with my i9-10900k and RX6900XT. This makes it possible for me to have an advantage. Just buy it.
👤I decided to purchase it after a while because I was nervous to get it. I own a PS5 and it works great. I wanted to write a review because the product's specifications are accurate. The picture quality is good. I had to increase my contrast to see more colors. It comes with a 4K cord, not a HDMI cord. You will need your own. It is easy to set up the power cord. The price point makes this the monitor to get. I can't express how much of a perfect fit this is for me, I'm currently using it to game and stream.
👤The screw holes for attaching the mount are not very good. You need to attach the monitor to the plate with 4 screws. You will need to re- screw 8 screws. Doing this multiple times increases the chance that the 8 screws will fall inside the monitor in the large hole which is inconveniently located in the recessed area. Maybe this will spare you the pain. If you don't put a piece of tape over this hole, you will be faced with a brand new monitor or risk an electrical fire. It is not ideal to have either choice.
👤If it wasn't for the color shifting, I would give it 5 stars. I've seen reviews on other monitors and they have quite a few, so it sketches me out to try out any more expensive brands if they have so many issues, so far sceptre has shown the least and at such an amazing price.
👤I'm not sure if I like the curved. There was a lot of light bleed. There is a photo on the left. Poor on contrast with high refresh. It looks great for gaming.
👤I just bought a new PC and said what the heck might as well go all out on the monitor. My kids play PC games and I wanted them to be jealous of our setup. The monitor has to be the best. They were hitting 600 frames per second in the lobby and 350 frames per second in the game. I don't know much but it's really good.
👤This was an upgrade from the viotek 32" monitor that I used to have. This one is so much softer on the eyes than the other one. Only one hdmi 2.0 port, but I still love it and it's light. My monitor arm holds it up.
👤No hay detalle monitor calidad-precio, pero me gusto mucho la calidad aunque es de 3ms.
👤No, tienes, pero no entra. Presin al cable para proyecte la imagen. The monitor est mal.
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