AOC 27" AGON AG271QX Freesync 144Hz Gaming Monitor
The AOC AGON AG271QX brings gaming to a new level with a high-speed, 27-inch display. 144Hz and 1ms response time give you the edge when gaming at a resolution of 2560x1440. This combination guarantees crystal-clear and ultra-smooth images. Thanks to Adaptive-Sync Technology (FreeSync™ compatible, at a 30-144Hz range), the days of stuttering and tearing are over.
There is no place to hide, because AOC Shadow Control brings light to dark corners without adjusting the rest of the screen, and the Low Input Lag mode guarantees that commands are instantly executed. To deliver the most comfortable gaming experience, the AGON AG271QX comes with AOC Flicker Free Technology and AOC Low Blue Light mode to reduce eye strain and fatigue. Free adjustment of height, tilt and swivel round this up to be the perfect gaming monitor. Features 144Hz Refresh Rate
Goodbye motion blur! Equip yourself with twice the frame rate of other monitors and forget enemies that appear to stutter across your screen, making them difficult targets to hit. With a 144Hz frame rate, you see those critical missing images on the screen, showing your foe’s movement in ultra smooth motion and eliminating blur and tearing. Games are too good to go unseen.
1ms Response Time
A pixel response time of 1 ms means speed without the smear for an enhanced gaming experience. Fast-moving action and dramatic transitions will be rendered smoothly without the annoying effects of ghosting.
Choose the right path to success, don’t let a slow display stop you.
Height and tilt adjustment
The AOC-4-way adjustable stand allows the user to effortlessly modify the monitor height by 130mm, swivel left and right, tilt the screen angle, and pivot 90º to suit your sight level. Enjoy marathon gaming sessions in ergonomic comfort. Gaming, your way.
AOC Flicker Free Technology’s hybrid solution regulates brightness without flickering ensuring comfortable viewing.
With 2560 x 1440 resolution, Quad HD (QHD) offers superior picture quality and sharp imagery that reveals the finest details. The widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio provides plenty of space to spread out and work, plus allows you to enjoy games or movies in their original size.
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||AMD Freesync|
|Response Time||1 ms|
|Viewing Angle||170/160 (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Speaker Configuration||3W x2, Stereo|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||47 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
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