AOC treats gamers with new ultra fast gaming monitor

AOC treats gamers with new ultra fast gaming monitor

The famous display maker AOC has debuted a new monitor that has been specifically designed for gamers. The new 24-inch AOC G2460PQU not only comes with a huge display for immersive 3D graphics but also features an ultra fast refresh rate of 144 Hz and response time of 1 ms for ultra smooth crystal clear visuals that will give gamers an unprecedented level of detail and more frames per second.

The tech specs of the new monitor include Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), 16:9 aspect ratio, brightness of 350 cd/m2, dynamic contrast ratio of 80 000 000 : 1, VGA/DVI-Dual Link/HDMI/DisplayPort/USB 2.0 ports and the possibility to attach the display to a wall. The monitor also allows users to experience 16.7 million colors as well as seven different display modes – the 17-inch Pillar Box (5:4), 19-inch Pillar Box (5:4), 19-inch widescreen (16:10), 21.5-inch (16:9), 22-inch widescreen (16:10), 23-inch widescreen (16:9) and 24-inch widescreen (16:9). Thus users will be able to have the best experience no matter if they watch a movie, play a game or perform office work.

The AOC G2460PQU is now available for a price of USD 399.

Source: AOC

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