AOC has uncovered four new gaming monitors which are all in essence unique spins on the exact same panel in 24-inch and 27-inch versions.
All of these monitors use a VA panel with a Total Hd resolution and refresh rate of 165Hz, boasting a 1ms reaction time (with movement blur reduction). Alongside with that refresh rate, you have AMD FreeSync Top quality tech on board to protect against any stuttering or tearing, and some nicely slim bezels for a quality look.
These are also curved panels with a 1500R curvature, this means a moderately pronounced curve which is created to give additional immersion in video games, especially with the greater 27-inch versions of these monitors.
All models also profit from a reduced blue light mode and flicker-absolutely free know-how (as do most panels these times).
There are two 24-inch models, and yet another two 27-inch monitors: the AOC C24G2AE and C24G2U, alongside with the C27G2AE and C27G2U respectively.
There are some dissimilarities, such as that the 24-inch monitors have a 3000:one native contrast ratio, with the 27-inch panels upping that to 4000:one.
Moreover, the G2U variants arrive with a stand that will allow the peak to be adjusted, as nicely as for tilting, swiveling and pivoting, with the addition of a USB hub which has four ports.
The 2AE versions really don’t have the USB hub or skill to change the stand for peak, but they do profit from a more cost-effective value tag. Speaking of pricing, when these monitors are launched in September in the Uk, it’ll cost you £169 and £189 for the C24G2AE and C24G2U respectively, with the C27G2AE and C27G2U pitched at £229 and £249.