AOC has updated its line of AGON G2 gaming monitors to equip them with new IPS panels that now reach 165 Hz from the 144 Hz of their predecessors, in addition to the technology AMD FreeSync Premium. The new ones AOC AGON 24G2SPU and 27G2SPU They come with 24-inch and 27-inch panels, respectively, with a FullHD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels.
They have two 2W speakers and a four-port hub “USB 3.2 Gen 2” (USB 3.1), plus one Displayport input and two HDMI. They promise a fairly contained brightness of 250-300 cd/m². Response times are 1 ms and we have a contrast of 1000:1 along with viewing angles of 178º horizontally and vertically, typical data of conventional IPS panels. They also promise 126% sRGB color coverage. Their prices start at 143 euros for the 24-inch model and 270 euros for the 27-inch model.
In addition to these two models, they have also announced the variants SPAE (AOC AGON 24G2SPAE and 27G2SPAE) which are nothing more than the same monitors, but with a much more basic base that only allows tilting, and eliminating the four “USB 3.2” ports. Instead, they keep the same panel specs and their two 2W speakers. These remembered variants will arrive in July of this year for prices starting from 215 euros. End of Article. Tell us something in the Comments or come to our Forum!
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