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27" Sceptre E275W 1920x1080 LED Monitor + 2x 6' HDMI Cable EXPIRED

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Promoted 11-05-2015 by SubZero5 at 10:42 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 27" Sceptre E275W 1920x1080 LED Monitor Bundle on sale for $144.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Better.Deal

Includes
  • 27" Sceptre E275W 1920x1080 LED Monitor
  • 2x 6' Coboc HDMI Cable (Black)
Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Contrast Ratio: 5,000,000:1
  • Inputs:
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x D-Sub
    • 1x DVI



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Edited November 5, 2015 at 09:45 AM by annie930ny
Found this deal on Newegg homepage for today only. Didn't see it posted so I thought I would share this great deal. My first post so please bear with meSmilie

SCEPTRE E275W 27” 5ms HDMI w/ built in Speakers regular selling price is $199.99
TODAY only, it is $144.99 bundled with TWO Coboc HDMI Gold-plated High Speed HDMI Cables.

Specs:
· 1920 x 1080 Resolution
· 5ms Response Time
· Inputs: DVI, HDMI, D-Sub
· Built in Speakers
· VESA Mounts
· Tilt Adjustable

BONUS: American Express Card holders can also receive a one-time statement credit of $25 with purchases of $200 or more on Newegg.com Enrollment on amexoffer.com is required.

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http://www.newegg.com/Special/She..._-11052015
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awesome price !
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Reviews on the monitor aren't so hot.
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Reviews on the monitor aren't so hot.
Not surprised.. a typical phone these days has higher resolution (2560x1440 for my Nexus) in 1/20th the screen area.

I don't think some gamers mind so much, sometimes they step down the resolution anyway.

But for general use, I would recommend getting a higher spec 27" display with higher resolution, or get a 23" or 24" display instead.
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Not surprised.. a typical phone these days has higher resolution (2560x1440 for my Nexus) in 1/20th the screen area.
This is just thee dumbest rationale ever,
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Quote from Hoseman666 View Post :
Reviews on the monitor aren't so hot.
making me hesitant to snag one =(
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5ms = ewwww
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Quote from bamf3000 View Post :
This is just thee dumbest rationale ever,
Sorry to offend.

Maybe I shouldn't have tried to compare a phone's resolution to a computer display, but I stand by my assertion that 1920x1080 doesn't make sense on a 27" panel.
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i really need a 27" monitor. Is this the best deal, or better for black friday?
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5ms = ewwww
Serious?
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The pixel density on this one would be pretty poor, so using it up close at a desk is not likely to be a good experience (gaming, Office, etc). However, if you need it for displaying something that should be seen at a distance (wall display), the larger size would benefit.

I'm toying with getting this since my kids watch a lot of Netflix on our basement computer and it would be a step up from the 23" one it has now.
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Quote from mcahren View Post :
Sorry to offend.

Maybe I shouldn't have tried to compare a phone's resolution to a computer display, but I stand by my assertion that 1920x1080 doesn't make sense on a 27" panel.
It can make sense for those who don't care about dpi as much
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Quote from mcahren View Post :
Sorry to offend.

Maybe I shouldn't have tried to compare a phone's resolution to a computer display, but I stand by my assertion that 1920x1080 doesn't make sense on a 27" panel.
I agree with your rationale. Thanks!
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Quote from mcahren View Post :
Sorry to offend.

Maybe I shouldn't have tried to compare a phone's resolution to a computer display, but I stand by my assertion that 1920x1080 doesn't make sense on a 27" panel.
It makes sense for those with weaker eyes as each pixel is bigger. 1440p is definitely the sweet spot for a 27" panel, but if you want everything to be bigger, why spend the extra 30% (for the cheap Korean monitors that require dual link dvi) to get 1440p when 1080 is good enough?
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