Summary: The monitor has a nice picture is nicely sized and works well for what I wanted gaming. However, two pixels are stuck one green one blue. UD pixel ran for hours still stuck jscreenfix still stuck massaged and poked still stuck. Contemplated punching it but oh well its a cheap monitor I don't notice the dots on white screens only the dark ones. So I took off a star for each pixel.
Summary: I seem to stick with Sceptre since it has the right combo of price, features, design and expected picture quality. This makes my 3rd Sceptre montitor. I just upgrade from a 24" 1980X1200. I wanted somthing larger, but felt that anything over 30" would be too large. I really did not want a 30" so I found 27" screens. I orignally was going with a Samsung, but I really did not want to pay over $300 for one. I kept looking and I found this one.
Summary: The Scepter widescreen flat panel monitor is of good quality for this size and is a great value at this price. I work with graphics as a hobby, but am mostly using it for application work. For heavy graphics work, I wish the resolution could go higher than 1920x1080, but as it is I can put three documents side by side and read the text clearly, so I'm using the monitor for exactly the purpose I had hoped.
Summary: We love it, we are happy with this lcd minotor and the picture is awesome( no dead pixels ). I was optimistically about getting a monitor that wasn't a name brand, but the picture quality is so crisp. For the money it is such a great buy and we are happy with it.
Summary: I have rarely written a hardware product review. The main reason I'm writing this one is that I'm impressed with this product. But First: Like most PC users I've spent my money on what's in the box, i.e., CPU, Memory, hard drive, GPU, etc. Then I skimp on the sound and monitor. I've never realized how dumb that is before. So you've got a fast, powerful and likely, pretty box to play your games on. Really what else do you need all that power for, e-mail, web browsing?
Summary: If you're looking for a monitor that won't cause eyestrain, this is it; it has a reasonable pixel density so the words don't look really tiny, and yet allows for "side by side pages" work thanks to its generous size. The monitor uses amazingly little power, which also means it doesn't generate much heat - less than half the power of my old 22 incher, in fact.