There are two ports, one for display port and one for HDMI cable and display port cable. The 1800R curved Super ultra-wide monitor has a screen resolution of 3840 x 1080 and is free to use. The high color contrast and cinematic color performance of the 400 certified displays is ensured by the 90% DCI-P3 coverage. Marathon ready with tilt and height adjustments and VESA Mount, you can always find your ideal viewing position. 450 cd/m2 is typical. flicker-free backlighting and blue light filters are part of the Asus Eye Care technology. The exclusive game plus and GameVisual modes give you the most out of your game.
👤I received it today. I submitted for a return after using it for 3 hours. I've used the CHG90 and it's far superior. The quality of the build is terrible. cheap plastic is used to make the entire case. The screen is not uniform and feels wavy. There is a small area on the top left where the bezel is lifted up. Multiple backlight bleeds are also present. The screen flickers randomly as you top it off. Since I can't reproduce it using other monitors, it's not my graphics cards. I have other asus monitors and at least a few asus computers. I am a fan of the brand and I am typing this using my zenith extreme. I wouldn't use this monitor.
👤I am an avid fan of the brand, but the Strix XG49VQ is a mediocre product in a sea of otherwise stellar top-performing gaming monitors, peripherals, and devices from the Republic of Gamers brand. I noticed a few big problems that are worthy of calling out, even though my monitor did not have any noticeable physical defects. This monitor is technically an HDR display, but it's on the lower end of the clinical definition, and you will notice some challenges in achieving your targeted brightness because the range just isn't there. Most games that take advantage of HDR will benefit from the display that masquerades as something more sophisticated. The lows are dull and the brights are not good in this model. You can't adjust your GameDisplay settings if you have HDR on. 2. If you're used to gaming on 1440p or better, you're going to notice the downgrade because this is a FHD vertical display. You can see all of the images on this 49" monitor. This wouldn't be a huge deal, generally, but the monitor's rendering engine engages in some weird sharpening effects that make the text look aliased, regardless of your AA settings. The SDR calibration of this device looks like a hardware implementation rather than something you can adjust. 3. There are physical flaws. There was definitely a backlight bleed that contributes to the SDR over-aliasing that renders games at high resolution really jagged, and my device did not have strict "defects", but there was definitely a backlight bleed that contributes to the SDR over-aliasing that renders games at high The plastic on this monitor feels cheap, rushed, and likely to break or chip with typical wear-and-tear, according to other posters. 4. Non-premium. There is a spartan implementation for this monitor, with no AURA or LED lightning, and not even stylish or luxurious elements. A plain, black monitor implementation. There is a promotion on the right side of the monitor that says "Designed and Made by ASUS in Taiwan" in silver lettering. Who would like to see that? This monitor is not a bad one, especially for people who have never experienced variable refreshrates, and it only applies to the company that makes it, so as of the writing of this review, it only applies to the company that makes it. After just four days of use, I returned my monitor because of the physical flaws and other limitations of the panel. If you want to save money, use one of ASUS' excellent 1440p 34" Curved Panels instead.
FreeSync Premium Technology is Tear free, stutter free, fluid gaming. There is a new view. The 1500R curved gaming monitor has a more realistic look and feel. A QHD curved monitor screen has a display resolution of 1920 x 1200 on a 27 inch panel. A social experience. A 165Hz refresh rate allows fast- moving visuals to be seen with incredible clarity. Remarkable clarity is achieved by the use of the premium technology of the freesync technology. A new slim, tapered stand with easy height and tilt adjustment makes it easy to win from any angle.
👤The Dell S2722DGM is a good monitor if you want to use it for gaming or if you have a modern day graphics card. There are a lot of positive talking points to discuss about this Dell curved monitor and some minor negatives or miss steps on their part, but before that a quick few words about the packing and presentation of the monitor. The first unit that was delivered to my house was damaged when it was delivered in its original retail box, which is an issue because it is not double boxed and not extra protected, it is prone to sustain some major damages during transportation, and that is exactly what happened to the first unit that Dell's retail box is well designed with some images of the product inside and some of the most important features and specs outlined as well, unfortunately the packing inside is not the best, the monitor is only separated with recycled cardboard and there is almost no foam protection. There is a warranty card, a small user manual, and a power cable on the top side of the cardboard. The base of the stand and the monitor stand are sandwiched between the two cardboard isolators. The best screen resolution for gaming is the one with a 165Mhz refresh rate and 1-2 milliseconds response time, it's a recipe for a good gaming experience. I was pleasantly surprised to see that most of the G-sync technologies were also on the board, but I was not aware of it. G-sync was not on the box or on the Amazon page, but it is on and working, and I attached some pictures from my control panel. The display port 1.2 and the 3.5mm headphone jack on the board are great options for input. I would recommend everyone to use the port and cable as they will be enjoying the maximum potential of the monitor. A lot of monitors are being sold without the cables in the box, and this one is providing both. The picture on the screen is clear and crisp. This monitor is good for gaming and for creating content as well. Although I am not using the monitor stand that comes in the package, the metal base and monitor stand is still pretty good with a sturdy base and many adjustment positions. The picture is even more realistic and the monitor is even smaller. There are some useful options on the board, such as Timer, FPS Counter and Dark Stabilizer, as well as the ability to switch between the different panel speeds directly from the menu. There is a single blue led light under the monitor that is not too bright. There are some picture compromises, but still better than TN panels, because it's still a VA panel. I am not sold on the curved as a benefit, but I would love to see the curved panel in a regular flat panel. If you set it to 1ms response time, those technologies become unavailable. The power delivery is built into the monitor and is not on a separate power source. I think that Dell is pushing it too much, at $250 this monitor would have been easily recommendable and more competitive. I like this monitor, it was a step up from my previous one, and I can see the difference in the performance of the graphics card.
The wide view angle is 178. The game experience can be fully immersed with the 27INCH CURVED MONITOR. The 3-sided fireproof sledgehammer is ideal for maximum viewing and dual monitor usage. Deeper blacks, brighter whites, and richer colors are delivered by Conrad Amato. The brightness is 250cd/m2. The responsive game experience is provided by the multiple game modes and the optimal color settings. Blue light emissions are harmful for the eye and can be mitigated with Eye Saver Mode.
👤I use this as a second monitor for work. The picture and video display on the Samsung is not as good as the one on my other monitor which is cheaper. The quality of the LG 27IPS is close to being closed. The text display on the LG is not as good as the one on the SAMSUNG. The curve is more enjoyable for the eyes when looking at text. The viewing angle of the monitor is not good. I am not using it to watch a movie. Sometimes the monitor doesn't wake up from sleep mode. The joy stick has to be pushed on the back of the monitor to wake it up. This issue does not exist on the monitor.
👤The curve is very nice and is one of the positives of this monitor. I have bigger and better monitors from both the LG and samsung brands. Text is very small and it looks worse than the monitor it replaced and sits next to. The pixels are so bad that any claim about easing eye strain is off the mark. I think my Mac SE had better resolution. I need two monitors to work, so I would send it back. If you really want a poor monitor, you can get a cheaper one, but if you want a nicer one, go for the off-brand Chinese ones.
👤I am using a MacBook Pro 15 inch 2012 with a monitor and it has been great. I have been using my laptop for 8 years and decided I need more real estate. I was going to get the new MacBook Pro 16 in. There is a type of 4k monitor setup. That was over 3k dollars. I wanted more space for coding and productivity, but I'm not very familiar with computer hardware. I realized that I can use the thunderbolt 1 port to connect a mini-DisplayPort-to-HDMI adapter to my laptop. I realized that I need a very cheap solution after I got this monitor. Even if I upgrade to the 16 in. I would continue to use this monitor in 2019. I don't mind the curved screen at all. If you use spreadsheets a lot, you might want to consider getting a flat screen instead because the lines won't be as linear. Watching movies is enjoyable. I'm not a player. I'm sure it's great for gaming. I wish I had bought this monitor sooner.
👤It's great for gaming and watching movies, it's easy to setup, and it's the best monitor.
👤I've been using this monitor for a while. The price of this monitor is perfect if you take into account the response time/curved screen/outright size. I am not sure if the issue others have is real or if they are just being overly picky. I have no issues with the monitor starting after being put to sleep. Text on the screen is not an issue for me. I play video games and write documents. Everything has been clear. It was clear. No stutters, no blurs. The blue light filters for less eye strain, so the only thing to get used to was the lack of blue in the screen. Don't even think about seeing the difference now. If that's a deal breaker, you can turn off blue light filters. I wish I'd bought them when they were on sale.
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.
A Virtually Borderless display with tilt, height, and stand. 23.6-inch Full HD The 1500R gaming monitor has an ultrafast 165Hz refresh rate and is designed for professional gaming. The 1ms response time (MPRT) is achieved by the ASUS Extreme Low Motion Blur (ELMB) technology. The FreeSync Premium technology eliminates screen tearing and choppy frame rates. Shadow boost enhances image details in dark areas. It is compatible with both the FreeSync with the Radeon graphics cards and the adaptive-sync with the NVIDIA graphics cards. There is robust Connectivity with x2 ports. The box has a warranty card, power cord, and DisplayPort cable.
👤I bought a monitor for playing first person shooters on a console in a semi-competitive way. Call of Duty, Battlefield, and mainly Destiny are some of the most popular video games. This is a sub-par monitor for PC gaming, as high-end PC gaming monitors go upwards of 144Hz and beyond. This was a good buy for a console with all games being kept at 60FPS or less. Good size, under $200, and low input lag. I used to play on my family's TV. I believe the input lag was around 78.9ms. This is around 7 to 9ms, but you have to consider the actual lag from the console to the monitor. It took me 30 minutes to figure out all the settings after I got it out of the box. I plugged in my console and started playing. I didn't notice that the TV I was using was different. I played a bit, and my shots started to hit, but I didn't think that was a placebo effect. I went back home for the holidays and plugged in my 360 back into the 72" phone. Good lord. It was not good. I noticed the input lag when I was at the main menu. I played two doubles matches with a friend and could barely move or shoot. I gave up playing after that. Everything was perfect when I went back to college on my computer. It was back to being crisp and precise after unnoticeable input lag and movement. I noticed how much the monitor made a difference. I worked to improve as much as I could after that. I was making plays and hitting shots that wouldn't have been possible in a million years on a 72. I went from an average player to one of the top ranked players in the world thanks to my clanmates. Is this monitor good? No. If you're a bad player, you're not going to get better with this monitor. If you're like me, you're a well above average player, and you want a good gaming monitor to maximize your performance, go with this. I know BenQ and ASUS are both good for competitive monitors, but I can't say which is better, because I'm not an expert on monitors. I am more than happy with this monitor. I think this is one of the best gaming monitors you can get for under $200, because of the beautiful picture quality, near non-existent input lag, and simple user interface. Three months into owning it, I have no complaints. Highly recommended.
👤If you are going to be mainly playing on console, this is a great monitor. The refresh rate only goes up to 75Hz which is great for console, and only goes up to 60Hz for handhelds. There are better monitors for hardcore pc gaming. There are a couple of people who are very knowledgeable about how to get the best picture quality. Racing Mode Blue Light Filter: Level 0 Brightness: 67 Contrast: 69 Color Temp: User Mode (R: 100, G: 91, B: 92) Smart View: Off trace Free: 60 Aspect Control: Full vivid
The refresh rate of your graphics card and ultrawide gaming monitor can be synchronized with the help of the freesync. Ultra wide 21: 9 Full HD displays. The refresh rate is 144hertz. 1ms motion blur reduction. The technology is called adaptive sync. The stand is height adjusted.
👤I already own a 34" 3440 x 1440 ultrawide, so I didn't want to spend the money on a new monitor since I already own a great one. I saw this monitor on sale for Prime Day, and I thought the price point made it worth the switch, even with the lower resolution, I didn't think it would be that noticeable. I was wrong. It's not a high enough screen resolution for a 34" monitor if you sit too far back from it. The resolution on this thing is just not as good as the 27" monitors I use at work. I found the gaps between individual pixels to be very noticeable, but not as bad as the "screen door effect" of using a first-generation virtual reality headset. The higher refresh rate and G-sync really make a difference for first-person shooters. I used to have a lot of trouble tracking moving targets in the game, and once I started shooting, I would lose track of what I was actually shooting at. I thought I was done with the game because of my age, but I'm doing more damage and getting more kills in every match, and the problem has been dramatically reduced. The picture quality is not good enough for me to recommend this monitor. I bought the Alienware AW3418DW instead of returning it because I couldn't go back to 60Hz. It's worth it for the higher screen resolution and improved picture quality, even though it's expensive and only goes up to 120Hz. If you must have ultrawide, save your money and get a 3440 x 1440 120Hz monitor. If you like the look of the monitor, you can get a 1440p monitor.
👤The picture became distorted after five weeks after the monitor worked well. I sent an e-mail to the company about my attempts to get the monitor fixed. At the end of August, I contacted the manufacturer of my new monitor to find out how to fix it. The screen became distorted after about five weeks of use, after I ordered it over Amazon. I was told by customer service that a technician could come to my house to fix the monitor. I waited for them to tell me to schedule an appointment. After a few days, I called to check in. There was no repair technician in my area. I would have to bring my monitor with me. They waited for me to call them back after they didn't call me to tell me this. I got a shipping label and sent the monitor to the company around the 5th of September. I received no more updates from them until I sent them an email. I was told that the repair was done and there was no further information. On the 9th of October, I was told that the repair was pending and that they were waiting for a part. I left my home for three weeks. On the 30th of October, I called again and was told the same thing. They were missing a part and the repair was pending. I called back every two days until I was told that the repair couldn't be completed and I'd be getting a replacement. The monitor was repaired and returned to me around the 7th of November. In September, I sent the power adapter to my monitor as recommended by the customer service. The monitor was not powered on. I called to tell them that I needed my adapter back. They agreed to do that. Today is November 15th. I received a package from the company. Not the accessory. It's easy to replace the chord. I would have bought a new one if I hadn't missed it. The specific and expensive accessory I needed. I called the company and was told I would get it in 10 days. I bought a monitor in July. I have been using it for five weeks. I have owned this monitor for 4 months and it has been damaged and unusable, it has been returned to me but without the power accessory. The repair experience has been disappointing. They have given me wrong information. They waited for me to call them and check for updates instead of giving me the updates. They only returned a part of the product. I don't know if the repair worked because I can't turn on the monitor. The technology customer service experience has been disappointing. I was very happy when I was told that I would get a refund and that I would use it to buy a new monitor from a different company. I want to see if the repair was a success. I will never purchase electronics from the company again, even though it is a nice monitor when it is working.
Blue light emissions are harmful for the eye and can be mitigated with Eye Saver Mode. The best gaming display is curved. The gaming experience is even better at the 144Hz refresh rate. Eliminate screen tearing and frame choppy rates with 1ms response time. The game colors and details will look more realistic and refined to push the game to its limits. FreeSync Premium Technology is Tear free, stutter free, fluid gaming.
👤The monitor is a big upgrade from what I had before. It is pretty good for a monitor under $200, but there are some quirks. I would like to know some of the things before purchasing it. These quirks may not mean anything to you. Pros: 120Hz over HDMI, 120Hz overDP, and full range of RGB. The box is easy to set up and the cable is inexpensive. When the current signal disappears, the monitor's firmware will start searching for another signal. It takes 5 seconds to do so, and there is no manual control. If you are using this to test a new build, you will see a blank screen. If the time it takes for this monitor to find your signal is too long, you will not be able to enter your BIOS, leaving you to do things like know which key to use. It's a big pain when trying to fix a build. The backlight flickers to the point of being noticable when using FreeSync in G-sync compatible mode. I can always see the backlight changing, so leaving the refresh rate at 144Hz is less distracting. There are 3 more The aspect ratio setting is global. You would have to change it back to shirteen for HDMI1 if you need it. There are four There is no way to change the "Screen Size" setting. There are five The end user can't updatable the firmware. There is a slight backlight bleeding, but it is noticable on the darkest of scenes and at unoptimal viewing angles. This is worth mentioning, as it is very subtle, but doesn't bother me at all.
👤Very nice picture of a great monitor. It doesn't come with display port cable. I changed it to: The picture is amazing. If you want that unlocked, it's highly recommended.
👤I wanted to get into the curved scene and look for anIPS monitor after years of using a TN ASUS 24". I came across this curved VA panel after searching for a long time. The VA is between the old technology panel and the high end monitors. The monitor is light and does not have a height adjustment. OSD is easy to use. If you want to use a 2.0 capable graphics card, you need to pick up an HDMI cable. At the click of a button, Freesync is available. It will work with G-SYNC as a G-SYNC compatible monitor. I use this with a 2060SUPER. Go to the control panel and enable G-sync compatible. The $179 I paid was well worth it, the picture quality is very good, crisp and clear, no issues with it.
👤I am very satisfied with the company that I bought this from, even though it took more time for it to be delivered, and even though other companies were double the price. After making adjustments to the moniter. I almost applied pressure to the back when I screwed in the monitor mount because of the curve.
👤There is too much ghosting and color smearing in gaming and even on websites. There will always be color smeared regardless of monitor response time settings. You think motion blur is on if you see inverse ghosting and normal results in 60hz. It looks like there is grease on your screen when the blacks are so dark. I bought an asus vg249q and immediately saw in the picture and quality of the game. I will avoid VA panels and stick toIPS ones. Save yourself some time and buy a better monitor. It's not that bad, it took about 2 or 3 days to get used to, but you can see a shadow in the middle of the curve on websites. It has a power brick, not a huge deal, but something else to consider.
The stand can be tilt, height, and pivot. The dimensions without stand are 24.2 x 14.2 x 2.2 inches. The 1800R curved screen lets you enjoy big, bold and stunning panoramic views while you work or play at home or the office. The monitor is less than half an inch thick and the stand is simple. The technology allows users to enjoy smooth images, even during the fastest moving scenes. The 4ms response rate will allow you to see the fastest on-screen motion with less blur, judder, and ghosting. Eye Saver Mode is designed to help you maximize your viewing comfort by reducing blue light emissions and flickers at the touch of a button. The 3000:1 contrast ratio delivers deep blacks and bright whites so you can see clearly even in the dark. Eco-Saving Plus reduces screen brightness to save power and the screen brightness automatically transitions fluidly, which reduces energy use even more. The technology is called HDMI.
👤The picture quality is good. The settings are not optimal but can be adjusted to make the picture look better. Video quality is very good, text quality is fair, and average black toxicity is shown. Average white. Very good colors. Very good size and diagonal view of VESA. The monitor has a mount that works with VESA. The picture is very lightweight, good in bright light, low price, and excellent value for money. I recommend the monitor because you won't find anything better at this price. I recommend buying a mount so that you don't hurt your neck. The unit I got was missing the screws to the stand, which makes it a little unstable. I'm most likely going to order 2x27. There is an update to setting. If you don't like the picture quality on your monitor, you need to adjust the settings. They haven't done a good job at providing this. Goto MENU should be followed by system freesync: ultimate engine and picture brightness should be 56 contrast and 94 sharpness. Leave a comment or upvote if it helps.
👤I bought two for my home office. They look great. You can see that I mounted them. It worked well. The piece that hooks into the stand isn't something you can remove, but I'm not worried about that at all. I went with the "VIVO dual led lcd monitor free-standing desk stand" if you're looking for a decent table top mount.
👤A freesync Xbox monitor that uses the same panel found in every 75hz curved monitor on the market but at 50 to 70 less then those options. I think the bad reviews about the backlight bleed are due to the fact that the console/PC is set incorrect or that the brightness is too high. If you use the settings I put in the attached photos, you will get a more than decent image.
👤Video quality is not good. The monitor has volume controls. Thanks.
👤I like this monitor. Everything on the picture looks better than before. There is a lot of bleed when the screen is black. I don't care about this because my old TV did the same thing and I used it, but some of you may be. The curve is nice and the quality is amazing. The light is bright, so I put some tape over it. I can sleep at night. The picture quality is better than my old TV, and it was a high definition one as well.
👤These are decent curved monitors. They are mounted in pairs and we love them. The curve disappears when seated in front of them and it's a great surface to work from multiple windows. These aren't high end gaming monitors, but they work well in the office and occasionally steam side games.
👤It is a simple monitor with a HDMI connection and a headphone port. The picture is good. I thought it should be sharper. After talking to the tech support, I realized that it didn't have a built-in speaker. I am going to get a monitor speaker but not the ones that are powered by ausb port since the monitor doesn't have a port.
The box has a warranty card, power cord, and DisplayPort cable. The WQHD resolution was passed. The WQHD monitor has a 1000R curved screen to create a human field of view that gives eye comfort while gaming. SMOOTH TRANSITIONS This gaming monitor has a 165hz refresh rate and 1ms response time that prevents motion blur and creates a smooth gaming experience that can give users the winning edge. It's true to life colors. This monitor has a good color accuracy and shows contents exactly as the creator intended. Small hidden details are shown in the lightest and darkest game scenes. The refresh rate of your graphics card and ultrawide gaming monitor can be synchronized with the help of the freesync.
👤The curve is one of the positives. I think that curve will make it hard to go back to a flat screen. It's bigger! It's perfect for a 1 person gaming setup. I have the 27 inch and it is perfect. Freesync works on my XBOX. The sound was -144hz. I'm not sure if it would work with my Series X, but I'm pretty sure it would. The picture is in quotes for a reason. Blacks are not good for a $300 monitor. The VA dark room performance is better than expected. The above all sounds good. It checks all the right features, and sounds like the perfect $300 monitor. It was wrong. Only one reason is listed. Negatives include: -GHOSTING. The response time is very slow. Everything in motion! The picture is in quotes. The screen looks great when a static image is displayed, but the second things are messy. It was instantly noticeable over my screen. The panel is freesync. Absolutely disgusting! There is no reason to own a monitor with features like this when ghosting is going to ruin them. I wouldn't recommend this monitor to anyone looking for picture quality or competitive edge. Unfortunately, the 1 con outweighs all of the monitors pros. Unless you're spending a lot of money on a monitor, I wouldn't buy one with VA panels.
👤I bought this in Sept 2020 before any reviews were posted. The monitor was the worst I've ever owned. Everything leaves trail when you scroll. You don't need to scroll quickly. This is bad with dark sites and programs. I have never owned a monitor that was that bad. The blur on the testufo/blur busters line was horrible. That doesn't happen on my other monitors. I tried to move the port on my graphics card, but it didn't work. The monitor is not good with the HDR. Everything is warm when it is turned on. It looks like you have a blue light filter on. Everything has a reddish hue. It causes all Windows text to be fuzzy. ClearText doesn't fix this. The text and everything else look worse if you turn up the brightness in Windows Color. It makes everything look normal again, but at a cost. There is a fair amount of backlight bleed on the monitor. Not the worst I've had with a monitor, but enough to notice. I don't like the extreme curvature either. It took about a week to get used to it. I found it to be a problem in games. The high of a curvature made it difficult to do any kind of photo or video editing, as the stretched out edges made it hard to see what you were doing. If the monitor was bigger, it would be better, but a 32" is too small to be that curved. I have a monitor that has a slight curve to it. The curve of the monitor causes it to be really deep. It sits much closer to you than a flat or slightly curved monitor because of the extra few inches of thickness. I returned this today after owning it for two weeks. I bought a different brand of monitor because no amount of messing with the settings could fix this. I hope it will be better. I couldn't recommend this to anyone, even if I just got a bad one. It's inexpensive, but also cheap. You're going to have a monitor for a while, so make sure you get a good one.
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.
2 built-in speakers efficiently help display multi-media files when listening to music, watching movies, and playing games. You can enjoy great video transmission in game and other entertainment if you use the HDR mode. There are 9 curved monitors with a resolution of 1920 x 1200. Dp up to 85Hz refresh rate. The brightness is 250 cd/m2. Sceptre custom set display settings are built for an enhanced gaming experience. First person shooter, real-time strategy, and Fps. The blue light shift reduces the light that protects you from eye fatigue. This will allow you to work on documents, watch movies, or play games longer. With 1ms moving picture response time, ghosting and blurring are reduced so the user can enjoy the monitor with clarity and precision. The edgeless design completely immerses you in the action and scenery that can be found in the high definition and refresh rate.
👤This doesn't work with the company. It confuses us with the information. It is adaptive. This type of sync is no longer being used. It worked on some and not on others. It only works on old graphic cards. This is not true on the sale sight part. I had a lot of knowledge about the monitors. I will not buy until I do a full research on their products. The best game I ever played was 40. I have an older version of the processor. Don't buy from this seller. Never know what else the company is hiding. The picture is below.
👤Everything is great except for 2. The curve shape has an issue. If you are an engineer. You have multiple windows and the price will not be the same across all of them. There is a small variation issue. If you are using the display port, the display support of 1920x1080 is possible. The port won't display the resolution of the screen. Max 1920 X 1050.
👤The speakers built into the ultra monitor are usable and not bad. I expected a bigger screen. The response time is important in the games.
👤If it did not come with speakers, this would have gotten 5 stars. I bought this for my office, not to watch tv or movies. As a screen, it is good. It is a good finish that repels glare. The interface is easy to set up. It's big enough that I can run multiple apps side by side without using a 2nd monitor, and I can save my 2nd monitor for dedicated apps that I don't need to close or minimize to do other work. It comes with options for wall mounting. It's almost impossible to knock over the desk mount kit. It comes with a real screwdriver for assembly, a real screwdriver with a handle, and a Silicone tip for storage. I don't need another screwdriver, but I was impressed that Sceptre included a nice item to secure 4 small screws. That says something about the company. The built in speakers knocked off 2 stars because they bother me so much. I thought I could get away with not having external speakers on my desk because of the built in speakers I bought. These speakers are not present. Within a minute of using this, I knew I needed speakers. If this is what you're going to offer, why bother putting them in?
👤It is an average piece of crap, it is free sync andhz 85 are cool until you realize that the monitor has the worst stand in existence, and the colors on it are not good.
👤Everything looks better with this monitor.
👤I needed something big and cheap to hold my laptop in. There is nothing top of the line. I wanted a decent screen at a decent price. The monitor does its job. As a bonus, I seem to be able to get Free sync to work via the onboard 1060 as g-sync compatible. I'm not sure this deal can be beat for less than $200.
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