SceptreUnveils State-of-the-Art 27-inch High-Def LCD Monitors withTechnologically Advanced 60,000:1 Contrast Ratio and Ultra-Fast 2 msResponse TimeWorld class PC gaming monitors deliver superior performance without compromising sleek aesthetic appeal and eco-conscious designCity of Industry, Calif. - (March 3, 2010) – Sceptre, world class manufacturers of high-quality TV and PC monitors, has just released its 27-inchtrue 1080p LCD widescreen PC monitors featuring industry-impressive60,000:1 contrast ratios and ultra-fast 2 ms response times for a morerealistic and advanced PC gaming experience. “In the crowdedLCD display space, the jaw-dropping performance and stylish design ofour monitors are second to none,” said Cathy Chou, vice president ofoperations, Sceptre. “Specifically designed for the PC gamingcommunity, the unparalleled quality of our high-def monitors creates amore life-like gaming experience that is a cut above the rest. Plus,its energy saving attributes make gamers feel better about indulging intheir favorite pastime.”Perfect for the PC game enthusiast,these widescreen ultra high-resolution monitors keep action crisp andclear to maximize visual stimulation and offer users a top-of-the-linegaming experience – without sacrificing sleek stylish appeal andeco-conscious design. PC enthusiasts can game green with these EnergyStar 5.0 complied monitors, which reduce unnecessary energy usage toincrease environmental sustainability and prolong monitor life.PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONSContrast ratio 1000:1 (Native) / 60,000:1 (DCR)Response Time 2 ms (OD)Aspect Ratio 16:9 Wide Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080Energy Star 5.0 compliedBrightness 400 cd/m2 16.7 million colors50,000 hours lamp lifeViewing angle: 170° (horizontal) 160° (vertical)Connections port: VGA, DVI, HDMI, Audio InBuilt-in speakers: 3 watts per ChannelThesesleek 27-inch LCD PC monitors are available in black for $399 MSRP atCostco and NewEgg.com. For more information, please visit www.sceptre.com.
Although I hate built in speakers this looks like a nice monitor. Great refresh full 1080 res the price is pretty nice to although if I was going to pay that kind of money I would want it to have an 8bit panel, rather than a 6 bit or lower which I bet it is.
hmm, that is pretty darn good for that price. I may have to get 1 of these to replace my 26" TV I am useing.
I agree. I don't know why anyone would buy a 27" monitor and not spend money on a decent set of speakers to go with it.
NOTE: NewEgg appears to have this monitor priced at *$329.99* - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824112019
NOTE2: NewEgg box may contain cardboard replica and notepad upon arrival.
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LMFAO 3vi1 i got what ur hinting at there xD i was going to say the same thing -.-. (they have done so good(in the past...) it hurts to bash them like this :D)
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