AOC debuts the Agon AG271QG gaming monitor

AOC debuts the Agon AG271QG gaming monitor

The maker of monitors and other devices AOC has enriched its Agon line of gaming monitors with the addition of the brand new AG271QG model. This new monitor features a large 27-inch display and is based on the somewhat uncommon AHVA technology, which happens to be an improved version of IPS.

The Agon AG271QG has full support for NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology and in addition to this it works at 2560 x 1440 pixels. The monitor has the awesome 165 Hz of refresh rate and features 4 ms of response time. Thanks to the support of G-Sync technology the refresh rate can be changed dynamically from 30 Hz to 165 Hz. In addition the Agon AG271QG supports the so-called Ultra Low Motion Blur technology, which minimizes image blurring in dynamic environments but in this case the monitor works at a fixed 120 Hz refresh rate.

The tech specs of the new AOC monitor include 178-degree viewing angles, 350 cd/m² of brightness, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, four USB 3.0 ports, two 3.5-mm audio jacks and two ports – one HDMI and another DisplayPort.

Unfortunately the release date and the price of the Agon AG271QG monitor are unknown.

Source: AOC

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