AOC debuts the U2879VF 4K monitor

AOC debuts the U2879VF 4K monitor

The Taiwanese company AOC has presented the 28-inch U2879VF monitor, which is based on TN technology. The monitor works at 4K resolution and can display more than 1 billion colors. In addition to this the U2879VF supports Adaptive Sync technology, which is another name for AMD’s FreeSync technology, which solves the problem with image tearing while playing games.

Thanks to the ultra fast response time of just 1 ms the AOC U2879VF is especially suitable for games. The U2879VF offers a 16:9 aspect ratio as well as 300 cd/m² of brightness and an 80 million:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The monitor includes HDMI 2.0 ports with support for MHL, as well as DisplayPort 1.2a+, DVI and VGA connectors. The addition of the so called Picture by Picture technology allows the U2879VF to display images coming from two sources at the same time.

The new 28-inch AOC U2879VF monitor will be available next month. The device will sell for around EUR 350 and will include a 3-year warranty with it.

Source: AOC

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