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The 27-inch AOC G2770PF display is packed with the latest advances in performance and speed for the smoothest, most immersive gaming experience imaginable. The ultra fast 1ms response time and 144Hz refresh rates deliver sharp, fluid action sequences to ensure you never miss a move. With Full HD resolution, you’ll enjoy clear imagery accurate colors for everything from real-time strategy games to first-person shooters. A wide range of connectors like DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D and USB 3.0 ensure you can hook up your computer or gaming console and start playing in just minutes. What’s more, this display features AMD FreeSync™ technology to seamlessly synchronize the monitor and GPU refresh rates*, eliminating tearing, stuttering and input lag while preserving the maximum frame rate. Features144Hz 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.
Kensington Security Lock Never worry about leaving your monitor behind again while taking a nap at the LAN Party. The Kensington Lock gives you the freedom and security to fill your batteries for the next match.
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.
Connectivity Hub The built-in active and passive USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 hub provide easy-access ports for convenient connection of USB devices.
Multimedia-Ready with HDMI Input - HDMI(High-Definition Multimedia Interface) enables you to connect a secondary device to your monitor with up to 60 Hz. Switch between your PC and console on the fly to experience a huge variety of new possibilities playing all your favorite games, on all your favorite devices.
Display Port - DisplayPort is designed to be the future digital video and sound connection standard, capable of higher performance than older formats.
Dual Link DVI - Dual Link DVI effectively doubles the video bandwidth at a given pixel clock frequency, supporting higher screen refresh rates (120/144Hz) and greater color depths.
Integrated speakers Built-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.
Adaptive Frame-rate Technology
1 x D-Sub In
1 x DisplayPort
1 x Dual Link DVI
1 x HDMI
1920x1080 (Full HD)
Color Bit Depth
Power Usage (Switched on)
Dimensions (with stand)
Dimensions (without stand)
Weight (with Stand)
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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