AOC unveils new 27" 165 Hz monitor with Nvidia G-Sync

17 Jun 2016 | Rasmus Larsen |

AOC has unveiled a new monitor for gaming that takes advantage of Nvidia’s G-Sync adaptive synchronization technology. The 27-inch AG271QG will be available next month for 799 Euro.

AOC AG271QG for gaming

AOC recently announced a new range of “AGON” gaming monitors and this AG271QG is the second monitor to be launched.

AOC AG271QG


AG271QG features a 27-inch IPS panel with 2560x1440 pixels. It also supports Nvidia G-Sync and up to 165 Hz refresh rates. The combination of G-Sync and high frame rates should provide buttery smooth picture with no tearing or judder. AOC adds that it also has very low input lag and a flicker-free backlight.

The base can be height adjusted to accurate positions with a scale system so you can switch between preferred positions. It also offers swivel and tilt adjustments.

AOC AG271QG


AOC Agon AG271QG will be available next month with a suggested retail price of 799 Euro.

Specifications:

IPS (AHVA) LCD panel
27-inch / 68.6 cm
2560x1440 pixels
4ms (g2g) response time
178º (H) / 178° (V) viewing angles
350 cd/m2 brightness
Flicker-free backlight
1x HDMI
4x USB 3.0
1x DisplayPort
1x Headphone out
Black and red design
Height (130mm), swivel (-20/20), tilt (-3.5/21.5), pivot
2W speakers
100x100 VESA wall backet support



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