AOC have been in the monitor game for a few years now and have steadily climbed up everyone’s list of manufacturers to consider as they refine and tune their products. A couple of years ago, I managed to pick up a 27” G-Sync model that changed my world when I realised that refresh rates, particularly high ones, do actually make a visual and gameplay difference, and I have been on the lookout for a second monitor from AOC for some time. This model, despite the small panel size, just might be it.
Monitor Size – 23.8”
Resolution - 1920x1080
Refresh Rate – 144Hz
Response Time – 1ms
Adaptive Sync Standard – Freesync
Panel Type – IPS
Bezel Type – Frameless
USB Hub - No
Accessories – Stand (obviously), 1x Displayport Cable, 1x HDMI cable, 1x VGA cable, and 1x powercord (kettle cord type)
I/O – 1x Displayport, 2x HDMI and 1x VGA
Position Adjustment - Vertical, Tilt and 90 degree swivel for "portrait" orientation.
So, what does that all mean really? Well, the first thing you'll notice is that the monitor is truly bezel-less, at least around the top and sides. It is glorious to see a monitor that is frame to frame panel. If you are looking for a multi-monitor setup, with images to scale across monitors, then this device has you covered. The only place where you may be disappointed, and if you are you nit-picking, is the large “chin” at the bottom, but that makes sense since it houses the controls.
Grumpy Old Man who still collects toys (THEY. ARE. NOT. DOLLS), PC Gamer lured to the Dark Side of console gaming, comic book reader and fan of all things pop culture.
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31 July 2020
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