AOC debuts Q2781PQ monitor

AOC debuts Q2781PQ monitor

AOC will soon expand its Style line of monitors with the release of the new Q2781PQ model. The new company product comes with a 27-inch display but the main feature of this monitor lies elsewhere – the Q2781PQ is an almost bezel-less monitor. Its bezels are just 5.7 mm thick with the bottom one being a bit thicker at 6.25 mm.

The new AOC Q2781PQ comes with an unusual design and a strange but cool-looking stand. The monitor is based on AH-IPS technology and works at QHD resolution (2560 x1440 pixels) at 60 Hz. The Q2781PQ comes with 100 per cent Adobe sRGB coverage, 178-degree horizontal/vertical viewing angles, 350 cd/m2 of brightness and 4 ms of response time. In the rear the Q2781PQ offers two HDMI ports, one DisplayPort connector and one D-Sub port. Next to them users will also find 3.5-mm audio connectors.

The new AOC Q2781PQ monitor will be commercially available in July. The device will sell for around USD 399 in the United States and for about EUR 349 in Europe.

Source: AOC

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