AOC unveils two premium 4K monitors

AOC unveils two premium 4K monitors

AOC has enhanced its portfolio of 4K monitors with two new models that are called U2777PQU and U3277PWQU. The devices feature 27-inch and 32-inch displays, respectively, and feature 100 per cent Adobe sRGB coverage.

The AOC U2777PQU is based on IPS technology and comes with an almost bezel-less design, 4 ms of response time, 178-degree viewing angles, 60 Hz refresh rate, 350 cd/m² of brightness and a dynamic contrast ratio of 1000:1. At the back the device has a single DVI port, one HDMI port, one D-Sub port and one DisplayPort connector. There’s also a USB 3.0 hub with four ports at the back.

AOC U2777PQU

The AOC U3277PWQU monitor shares almost the same specs with the U2777PQU. The 32-inch AOC monitor, however, uses AMVA technology and offers a dynamic contrast ratio of 3000:1. This one also has bezels around the display. All the remaining specs are shared with the U2777PQU monitor.

The AOC U2777PQU and the AOC U3277PWQU monitors will be in stores in September. They will sell for USD 675/GBP 519 and USD 730/GBP 559, respectively.

Source: AOC

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