Sceptre 40-inch X405BV-FHDR TV review for gaming

By Alan Ng - Nov 7, 2014

Sceptre TV models were easily one of the most popular brands to buy last year and even though new rival brands are coming out this year as competition, Sceptre remains the TV to get a hold of in 2014 if you want to pick up a budget TV for an extremely low price.

The Sceptre X405BV-FHDR 40-inch LED Class 1080P HDTV features a ultra slim metal brush bezel and is definitely going to be one of the models that is popular this month.

Given that it supports 1080p visuals with a full 1920 x 1080p resolution, it is also going to be an ideal television replacement for your new Xbox One or PS4 purchase.

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With this in mind, we can bring you a very useful heads-up with a Sceptre 40-inch X405BV-FHDR TV review for gaming from a happy consumer who has already managed to pick up this exact model.

You’ll be pleased to hear the user is very pleased with his purchase, whilst also mentioning the fact that he was able to get it for $250 during the sales last year.

If you keep your eyes open, you should be able to pick up this model for a similar price, but you may face a fight for it from other gamers who are looking for their own bargain.

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We can also see in the video review below, that Battlefield 4 is looking great on this TV, as the test game during the game’s opening cinematic – that Bonnie Tyler scene will never grow old.

With Sceptre X405BV-FHDR TV specs including 3 HDMI ports, USB port and a 10000:1 image contrast ratio, it’s the ideal TV to pick up for gaming purposes.

Watch the video below and let us know if plan to pick one of these up in November. To those that already have a Sceptre TV, would you agree that they are fantastic for gaming on PS4 or Xbox One or not?

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Also See: Sceptre X325BV-FMDR review with manual insight

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  • Josh101

    What is the input lag on this t.v.? Up to 35 millisecs is bearable, anything above 35ms becomes detrimental to gameplay.