Sceptre X270W-1080P

  • Sceptre X270W-1080P
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Pros:

  • Nice, bright colors, fast response, internal speakers and very large viewing area. Great visibility from a distance.
  • Fast pixel response, Wide viewing angles, Good text reproduction.
  • Incredibly inexpensive; surprisingly good performance; a great gaming monitor.

Cons:

  • Very low quality speakers and some small (yet correctable) grey scale issues.Overall: A very decent widescreen, HD gaming monitor for the price. Do not get this for the speakers, get this to be the impressively large monitor on your inadequately-sized des
  • Some tinting issues, No USB ports, Weak grayscale performance.

Expert reviews and ratings

By GamerTell on -

I have been spoiled. For over a year I have been using a perfectly respectable, affordable 19-in. HD widescreen monitor on my desk (an Acer, if you must know). After using Sceptre’s 27-inch HD LCD monitor for less than a week, I feel like...

By PC Mag on 60

The Sceptre X270 offers fast pixel response and wide viewing angles, but this 27-inch gaming monitor has grayscale and tinting issues and falls short on features....

By techcrunch.com on -

Overall, I like the Sceptre x270W monitor; it’s large, easy to read, you can generally pick them up fairly cheap, and they aren’t bad looking on your desk. The DVI, HDMI, and VGA inputs make it work with pretty much everything, I could...

By Maximum PC on 80

Big and inexpensive—but not cheap Price is one of the last elements we take into account when we evaluate a new product. We’d rather spend a little more get a lot more in terms of features and performance. But Sceptre’s X270W-1080p is...

By MobileWhack on 80

You might remember, not so long ago, when I discussed the twenty four inch Samsung monitor, but now I’m about to take it one step further thanks to the folks out at Sceptre who, through the Max Borges Agency, shipped me out a Sceptre X270W to...

By AnandTech on -

Sceptre’s 27” X270W-1080P LCD is targeted primarily at PC gamers and desktop productivity segments of the market. To that extent, it packs a TN panel for higher refresh rate and lower processing lag (we’ve shown in previous tests that,...