AOC reveals the new AGON line of gaming monitors

AOC reveals the new AGON line of gaming monitors

One of the top monitor manufacturers – AOC – has presented a new line of premium quality monitors called AGON. The first monitor in the line is called AG271QX and as you can see from the name, it comes with a 27-inch display that should satisfy the needs of the average user.

The new AGON AG271QX monitor is built around a high-speed TN panel that works at 2560 x 1440 pixels. The monitor can deliver ultra smooth images thanks to the implemented 1 ms of response time and a 144 Hz refresh rate. In addition to this the AG271QX has support for Adaptive-Sync Technology and Low Input Lag technology, which disables picture post-processing and accelerates the command pass-through from mouse, keyboard and gamepad. Moreover the monitor comes with a nice stand that allows height, tilt and swivel adjustments and AOC’s Flicker-Free Technology and AOC Low Blue Light mode, which both reduce eye fatigue, strain and discomfort during long gaming sessions.

The new AOC monitor will be in stores in June 2016. The device will cost GBP479 or EUR 599, depending on where you live.

Source: AOC

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