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Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 3ms GTG
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Ports:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x 3.5mm Headphone
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Specs:
• 24" 1920 x 1080 Resolution
• Curved Edge-Less VA Panel w/ AMD FreeSync
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• 144Hz Refresh Rate
• 3ms Response Time (GTG)
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tho high end is certainly not the market sceptre has been associated with, theyve been in the monitor/display game for a while and i would not have a problem trusting them. tech and source for the panels etc are all pretty common these days anyway.
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Has vesa mounts for anyone interested. No one likes to put that in description. Lol
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You're also comparing a 32 inch HDR 1440 monitor that lists for $600 to a 24" 1080p no hdr for $150
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Has vesa mounts for anyone interested. No one likes to put that in description. Lol
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NOT actually "edgeless" since the picture doesn't even meet the bezel.
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Epic comment !!!
agreed for normal/smaller monitors. for ultrawides, however ,i find the curve to be necessary . even bigger 16"9 monitors can benefit from curve
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yeah not sure about this brand for a gaming monitor. this category of electronics with 144hz response times with VA panels are pretty demanding and to go with a non Samsung/Dell/benq/or other mainstream brand i would be cautious at the very least. If it was just a regular run of the mill display no problem (i believe sceptre has some decent entry level hd/4k tvs too)

I personally use a Samsung 32" C32hg which is fantastic (not perfect, but pretty darn good) 144hz HDR 2k resolution. only complaint is once in a blue moon the screen doesn't wake right away (maybe 1-2 times per year)

Hopefully that helps, and no im not threadcapping just warning you about budget brands trying to compete "high end display" arena
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yeah not sure about this brand for a gaming monitor. this category of electronics with 144hz response times with VA panels are pretty demanding and to go with a non Samsung/Dell/benq/or other mainstream brand i would be cautious at the very least. If it was just a regular run of the mill display no problem (i believe sceptre has some decent entry level hd/4k tvs too)

I personally use a Samsung 32" C32hg which is fantastic (not perfect, but pretty darn good) 144hz HDR 2k resolution. only complaint is once in a blue moon the screen doesn't wake right away (maybe 1-2 times per year)

Hopefully that helps, and no im not threadcapping just warning you about budget brands trying to compete "high end display" arena
tho high end is certainly not the market sceptre has been associated with, theyve been in the monitor/display game for a while and i would not have a problem trusting them. tech and source for the panels etc are all pretty common these days anyway.
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Curved. Good for horses or other animals with eyes on the sides of their head. For everyone else, wtf is with this trend?

stupid for normal ratio monitors... but it helps on ultrawides 21:9
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nvidia freesync compatible?
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tho high end is certainly not the market sceptre has been associated with, theyve been in the monitor/display game for a while and i would not have a problem trusting them. tech and source for the panels etc are all pretty common these days anyway.
I have the 27" version and it does great.
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yeah not sure about this brand for a gaming monitor. this category of electronics with 144hz response times with VA panels are pretty demanding and to go with a non Samsung/Dell/benq/or other mainstream brand i would be cautious at the very least. If it was just a regular run of the mill display no problem (i believe sceptre has some decent entry level hd/4k tvs too)

I personally use a Samsung 32" C32hg which is fantastic (not perfect, but pretty darn good) 144hz HDR 2k resolution. only complaint is once in a blue moon the screen doesn't wake right away (maybe 1-2 times per year)

Hopefully that helps, and no im not threadcapping just warning you about budget brands trying to compete "high end display" arena
You're also comparing a 32 inch HDR 1440 monitor that lists for $600 to a 24" 1080p no hdr for $150
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Would have jumped on this if @ 1440
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agreed for normal/smaller monitors. for ultrawides, however ,i find the curve to be necessary . even bigger 16"9 monitors can benefit from curve
Agree. On 24" it's just a gimmick. Most curved screens are (especially tvs where you sit far back enough from it that the only thing it contributed to is worsened glare.)

The ratio of curve utility lies between the width of the monitor (not overall diagnol screen size) and how close you sit.

I. E., on a 32"+ wqhd wide-screen (21:9 ratio) it actually makes perceptible difference in compensating for distortion near the outer edges.
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