AOC comes up with two new monitors

AOC comes up with two new monitors

The famous monitor maker AOC has announced two new Full HD monitors – the I2475PXQU and the I2775PQU. Both models use IPS technology and offer different display sizes – the I2475PXQU offers 24 inches of visual goodness, while the I2775PQU has a 27-inch display.

The two new AOC monitors have a lot in common – they offer 1000:1 of static contrast ratio, 4 ms of response time, 178-degree viewing angles (vertical and horizontal), two built-in 3W speakers as well as HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI and D-Sub connectors. The larger I2775PQU monitor has 300 cd/m² of brightness and a built-in USB 3.0 hub, while the smaller model has 250 cd/m² of brightness and lacks a USB hub. The stands in both models are the same, though – users can slide the displays up and down (up to 130 mm), tilt them (from -5° to +25°) as well as rotate them left and right. In addition the I2475PXQU and I2775PQU monitors support portrait and landscape orientations and can be used with a VESA stand.

Unfortunately there’s no information on the prices of the two new AOC monitors and on the availability date.

Source: AOC

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