At present AOC is asserting two new gaming displays to their AGON line-up, including in a 24.5” 240Hz TN mannequin within the type of the AG251FZ2E, and a brand new 27” 165Hz NanoIPS mannequin with the AG273QXP.
The 27” AG273QXP is the extra fascinating launch right this moment as that is the corporate’s first ever FreeSync suitable 1440p 165Hz IPS providing, representing a notable and extra versatile providing versus the G-Sync-only AG271QG from 2017. AOC switches up show panels and adopts for the primary time a brand new LG NanoIPS unit which gives appreciable upgrades corresponding to a transfer to 1ms GtG response instances.
The 16:9 2560 x 1440 decision show moreover gives excellent gamut traits masking as much as 133% of sRGB and 98% of AdobeRGB and DCI-P3 gamuts. The brand new panel additionally permits the display greater brightness ranges, now reaching as much as 350cd/m². Distinction ratio is at a typical determine of 1000:1, in step with different IPS shows.
It’s to be famous that the show lacks any HDR certification, however is HDR prepared in that it’s capable of convert and show a HDR sign, though with out the specular spotlight retention.
Being a gaming-branded monitor, we naturally see a gaming-oriented design, with an uncommon elevated three-foot stand that may not be to everyone’s choice when it comes to house utilization. The stand does supply changes choices in all of the anticipated instructions corresponding to pivoting, rotation, swivel and tilt, and if you want do make use of your individual stand, the monitor has a 75mm VESA mount assist. The again of the monitor options RGB ambient lighting.
Connectivity-wise, we see two DisplayPort 1.Four ports and two HDMI 2.Zero ports, in addition to a USB-hub functionality with two USB 3.2 ports, alongside a 3.5mm headphone jack output. The monitor options no audio system.
The opposite monitor launched right this moment is the brand new AG251FZ2E, the brand new monitor is a refresh and successor to the unique AG251FZ that was launched in 2017 and the 2019 replace, the AG251FZ2. Because of this like its predecessors, this can be a 240Hz 1920 x 1080 TN-panel show which comes with each the standard strengths and weaknesses. Strengths in fact are the displays quick response-times, which may be decreased from 1ms GtG to 0.5ms with assist of black body insertion due to a strobing in-sync backlight.
The brand new mannequin improves the stand with a extra strong and compact foot that is ready to save on desk house.
|AOC new AGON Gaming Displays|
|Panel||24.5″ TN||27″ IPS|
|Native Decision||1920 × 1080 (16:9)||2560 × 1440 (16:9)|
|Most Refresh Fee||240 Hz||165 Hz|
|Response Time||1ms GtG|
|1 ms GtG|
|Brightness||400 cd/m² (typical)||350 cd/m² (typical)|
|Viewing Angles||170°/160° horizontal/vertical||178°/178° horizontal/vertical|
|Colour Gamut||102% sRGB/BT.709||133% sRGB/BT.709|
|DisplayHDR Tier||None||HDR Prepared|
|Dynamic Refresh Fee||AMD FreeSync|
48 – 240Hz
48 – 165Hz
|Pixel Pitch||0.311 mm²||0.233 mm²|
|Pixel Density||110 PPI||110 PPI|
|Inputs||2 × DisplayPort 1.2|
1 × HDMI 2.0
1 × HDMI 1.4
1 × DVI
|2 × DisplayPort 1.4|
2 × HDMI 2.0
|Audio||3.5 mm output||3.5 mm output|
|USB Hub||USB 3.Zero x 4||USB 3.2 x 2|
|Stand||Pivot, Rotation, Swivel, Tilt|
|Pivot, Rotation, Swivel, Tilt|
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AOC’s AG251FZ2E and AG273QXP might be accessible in August 2020 with a MSRP of respectively €409 and €489.