The monitor manufacturer AOC has announced the one that from now on, will be its new top-end monitor within their Gaming Agon family, Agon AG271QG of 27-inches, featuring NVIDIA G-Sync technology and a whopping 165 Hz frequency, among many other things.
AOC has managed to achieve with Agon AG271QG an “almost” perfect monitor for Gaming. On one hand, it incorporates an IPS-Like (AHVA) panel that has everything good in this type of panels (deeper colors, high saturation, higher color gamut, better viewing angles, etc.) but without their common main disadvantage which is known to be a response time of only 4 ms GtG (and could not be otherwise since it’s considered a gaming monitor, of course).
To ensure the best gaming experience, this new member of the family of Agon monitors has the acclaimed G-Sync technology that allows your refresh rate to be variable and controlled by the graphics card (in this case between 42 and 165 Hz, nothing less), creating a perfect fluent image environment. Moreover, as it includes Flicker-free technology, if we stare at the monitor for hours we won’t suffer from eyestrain. By the way, its panel has the impressive resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.
In fact, AOC has been really busy in the section of ergonomics, thinking that this top-end monitor had to be made for the most demanding Gamers who want the very best for hours and spend hours in front of the screen. For this reason, in addition to Flicker-free technology, a support called Ergo Dial has been built, which incorporates a scale to adjust the height and tilt of the monitor by millimeters, so the user can point the values of the position that is most comfortable to “set” it always to its liking in a few seconds.
The bad news, of course, is that a monitor with these technical features might not be precisely cheap. AOC has said the Agon AG271QG will hit stores on July at a recommended retail price of 799 euros.