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AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition

When contemplating a premium monitor purchase, it pays to consider your most frequent usage scenario. The emergence of multiple panel technologies is such that some monitors are better suited to specific tasks; the viewing angles and colour reproduction of IPS tends to be favoured by creative types; the fast response time of TN panels plays well with gamers; and VA displays are a middle-ground of sorts, with better viewing angles than TN and typically impressive contrast. There's no one-panel-fits-all, and AOC reckons VA technology has improved to the extent that it now serves as a prime candidate for enthusiast gamers. Last year's Agon AG352UCG did a decent job of presenting ultra-wide gaming in a curved 35in form factor, and the manufacturer is hoping to go one better with a 2018 upgrade dubbed the Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 @ 13:22:07 UTC in AOC by Wesslan


The importance of a good monitor in the workplace is often overlooked. The right panel can improve both comfort and productivity, so it's well worth nagging the boss to get the office outfitted with a new suite of displays. AOC has recently refreshed its professional range with five new models, including the Q2790PQU, in for review today. Priced at £339, the Q2790PQU resides nearer the premium end of AOC's professional portfolio but packs plenty of goodness to make it a worthwhile investment. For your money you get a 27in IPS panel, a QHD resolution, elegant presentation, integrated speakers, a versatile stand and accurate out-the-box image quality. After spending a week or so getting acquainted, we've found very little to dislike in what is ultimately a well-rounded display for everyday work.  "


Posted on Sunday, November 19, 2017 @ 10:41:15 UTC in AOC by Wesslan

AOC AGON AG271UG 4K 60Hz G-Sync Monitor Review

The AOC AG271UG, is a 27-inch, 4K gaming monitor that has an IPS LCD panel and includes G-Sync technology. With it maxing out at 60Hz, it’s not a monitor aimed at fast-twitch gamers but instead combines excellent image quality, G-Sync, low input lag and a moderately fast response time to provide as smooth and rich a gaming experience as possible. Add in a premium design, plenty of features and a relatively low price, and it should be a tempting proposition for many. Is it an oxymoron to have a “gaming” monitor that can only run at 60Hz? Well, if your first priority is competitive FPS gaming then the simple answer is “yes”. If you’re looking for a gaming advantage, 60Hz just isn’t enough and, even if it were, running games at 4K resolutions will mean most graphics cards struggle to deliver a particularly high frame rate.  "


Posted on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 @ 18:55:22 UTC in AOC by Wesslan

AOC AGON AG271QG 165hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor Review

We were impressed with our first look at AOC’s new AGON gaming screen brand, which arrived in the shape of the AG271QX. Whilst the AOC AGON AG271QG’s almost identical model name and indistinguishable external appearance makes it look like it’s the same screen with G-Sync instead of FreeSync, it actually has a markedly different specification. For starters, where the QX top out at 144Hz, the QG can reach 165Hz But whilst that might be the feature (alongside G-Sync) that will grab the gamer’s eye to begin with, the most fundamental difference is that this is an IPS panel where the AG271QX uses TN technology. This isn’t always the most popular panel type for gaming, as it entails a slower response rate (4ms in this case versus 1ms for the TN-based AG271QX). But image quality should be superior.  "


Posted on Saturday, November 26, 2016 @ 17:34:32 UTC in AOC by Wesslan


AOC has taken the opportunity this year of releasing a premium monitor gaming brand under the Agon brand. Right now, there are two monitors in the arsenal, the AG271QX and AG271QG, designed to take advantage of adaptive frame-rate technology from AMD and Nvidia respectively. And premium is genuinely where AOC is pitching the pair. Priced at £400 for the FreeSync version and a whopping £600 for the G-Sync model. So what exactly has AOC done to warrant big-league status. Let's find out with a look at the AMD-optimised AG271QX. Basic specifications bode well for gaming. The 27in screen has a QHD (2,560x1,440) resolution, a maximum 144Hz refresh rate, and wide FreeSync compatibility from 30Hz through to that maximum 144Hz. You can purchase a lower framerate monitor for far less, of course, but that's not where AOC is playing with this premium screen.  "


Posted on Friday, November 11, 2016 @ 12:06:32 UTC in AOC by Wesslan

AOC Q2778VQE monitor review

"  The ideal resolution for a computer monitor is a subject of frequent debate among PC users. The logic behind sticking with a resolution like 1080p is clear and this is backed up with the resolution's ever-increasing market share. But moving beyond a 24in panel starts to reveal the limitations of FHD (1,920x,1,080), as 27in or more spreads the pixels rather thin. To get around that unattractive loss of density a higher resolution is needed. Of late, particularly in the gaming scene, UHD (3,840x2,160) is a popular choice but Windows still has some way to go before scaling is handled correctly on medium-sized monitors. Furthermore, in gaming UHD requires a significant amount of horsepower to drive playable frame-rates, and even the recently released Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 struggles to keep up in many titles  "


Posted on Sunday, March 15, 2015 @ 09:49:53 UTC in AOC by Wesslan

AOC g2460P 24in Gaming Monitor Video Review

"  This display will make any gaming enthusiast´s heart beat faster: the stylish g2460P will impress you with crystal-clear pictures. Enjoy fast-paced action sequences from the latest games or movies – crisp and blur-free due to an ultra-fast response time of just one millisecond and a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The strong typical contrast (1000:1) and high brightness (350 cd/m²) provide brilliant images. This gamers´ dream-come-true sports numerous connectivity options, such as D-Sub, DVI Dual Link, HDMI, DisplayPort and an integrated USB hub. These enable you to comfortably plug in several devices at the same time and display hi-res content on the large 61 cm (24") screen. Also on board: an integrated USB hub with 4 ports, including a fast-charge USB port for mobile devices. In addition, the Full HD display is equipped with LED backlights, making it particularly economical despite its great performance.  "


Posted on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 @ 16:12:51 UTC in AOC by Wesslan

AOC I2757FM 27″ Pro IPS LED Monitor Review

Today we are looking at a rather attractive monitor from AOC – the i2757Fm. This LED screen features true HD 1920×1080 resolution and a frameless panel design. It also has MHL support, meaning it can display content from a MHL smartphone or tablet. "


Posted on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 @ 10:33:02 UTC in AOC by Wesslan

AOC i2367Fh LCD Monitor Review

I've now spent the better part of a week using AOC's latest thin-bezel monitor, the 23" i2367Fh. I've ran every monitor test I can muster, watched movies, and played several different games on it to get a feel for how it performs. No matter how hard I try to admire its good qualities, the overall feeling I've had the entire time is no different than a trip to Burger King or (like the title implies) making my way through Aperture Science. "


Posted on Sunday, January 13, 2013 @ 01:38:46 UTC in AOC by Wesslan

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