AOC 23.8" 24V5CW/BK IPS Monitor
23.8" AOC 24V5CW/BK IPS Monitor, 1920x1080, HDMI/DP/USB-C
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Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
24" 24V5CW FHD 75Hz Home-Office IPS Monitor from AOC
Sleek home office idea Meet the AOC 24V5CW, the ultimate monitor for work and play. This 23.8” IPS panel delivers stunning FHD resolution and wide viewing angles, making every image and video look crisp and vivid. Whether you're working on a project, browsing the web, or watching a movie, you'll enjoy the ergonomic stand that lets you adjust the height, tilt, swivel, and pivot of the monitor to suit your preference. Plus, the AOC 24V5CW comes with a USB-C port that supports Power Delivery up to 65W, allowing you to charge your laptop or smartphone while transferring data and video signals. You also get four USB ports and an HDMI port for connecting multiple devices and peripherals. And for added convenience and security, the AOC 24V5CW features a Windows Hello integrated webcam that lets you log in with your face in seconds. Don't miss this chance to upgrade your digital lifestyle with the AOC 24V5CW monitor.
Crisp, Clear, Visuals
FHD ResolutionWant to watch a Blu-ray movie in full quality, enjoy games in high resolution or read crisp text in office applications? Thanks to its Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, this monitor lets you do just that. Whatever you are viewing, with Full HD it will be displayed in rich detail without requiring a high-end graphics card or consuming a lot of your system’s resources.
Accurate Colour Reproduction
IPS PanelThe IPS panel ensures an excellent viewing experience with lifelike, brilliant and accurate colours. Colours look consistent no matter from which angle you look at the display.
Taking Care of Your Vision
75Hz Refresh RateGet the upper edge! With a 75 Hz refresh rate, the display panel draws 75 frames each second. 75 Hz refresh rate is 25% faster than what is offered on most entry level displays at 60 Hz, while still being affordable and delivering those extra frames gamers need to beat their opponents.
Moving Picture Response TimeMPRT is an acronym for moving picture response time. MPRT technology disables and enables your monitor backlight during picture changes. Through the reduced time a frame is shown on the monitor, “ghosting” and “blurring” effects are reduced, resulting in a smoother, more “fluid” feeling gaming experience.
Embrace Quality Audio
Integrated SpeakersBuilt-in speakers make it easy to catch up with family, friends and colleagues. For movies, music, games and more, you’ll enjoy quality audio without the hassle of connecting external speakers.
Taking Care of Your Vision
Low Blue LightAOC Lowblue Light protects you from harmful blue light which, during long sessions, has been shown to cause eye strain, headaches, and sleeping disorders. AOC's Lowblue Light feature reduces the harmful wavelengths emitted without sacrificing colour composition, setting the experience free from the worry of eye damage.
Flicker FreeAOC Flicker-Free Technology utilises a DC (Direct Current) backlight panel, reducing flickering light levels. With eye strain and fatigue absolutely minimised, feel free to enjoy those long, intense gaming sessions in comfort!
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