The AOC AGON AG271QG gaming monitor at a glance:
Schicker AOC monitor with WQHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440) IPS panel
Compatible with NVIDIA G-Sync and a refresh rate of 165 Hz
16.7 million colors and dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000,000: 1
350 cd / m brightness and response time of 4 ms
Highly ergonomic (tilting angle, rotation, height adjustment, pivot)
1x DisplayPort, 1x HDMI & 4x USB 3.0
Stylish gaming monitor with WQHD resolution
With the generous size when AGON AG271QG monitor from AOC multitasking and gaming is no problem, on the contrary, it is a pure pleasure. With a screen diagonal of 68.6 cm (27 inches) provides this monitor, the display area of about two adjacent established normal large displays - and the intervening without disturbing frame.
The WQHD resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and a viewing angle of 178 ° horizontally and 178 ° vertically you do the rest. Besides WQHD resolution of AGON AG271QG scores in particular, with its 16.7 million colors, the dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000,000: 1 and brightness of 350 cd / m. No matter what application, the AGON conjures the user each time anew an incredibly detailed image on the monitor.
In the pixel-rich WQHD resolution it reaches particularly suitable more than double the refresh rate of many competitors, making it as a gaming screen (via DisplayPort 1.2) with full 165 Hz. The AGON AG271QG also has NVIDIA G-Sync technology that helps tearing effects and micro-lags are reduced.
The IPS panel technology provides superior performance. Guaranteed color fastness, consistently sharp contrasts across the screen and a good viewing angle stability are only the tip of the iceberg. The AGON AG271QG shines especially with a reaction time of 4 millisecond (gray-to-gray).
The complex technology is in an extremely smart housing their place, which is held in black and red. Especially the back makes her a lot and looks mainly detached very good. The base comes in silver and also makes a very high-quality impression. For friends of holder for AGON on a 100 x 100 mm has also VESA hole.
Highly ergonomic & useful features make life easier
With the base of the AGON AG271QG to extensive ergonomic settings can be made. In addition to the height adjustment of 130 mm, it has a tilt angle of -3.5 ° to + 21.5 °. Swivel (Turning) and pivot dominated the AG271QG also. Aspects that can only increase comfort.
Like many other models of AOC is also delivered the AG271QG with clever software solutions such as the flickerfree technology and e-Saver. These help by brightness adjustment and automatic shutdowns to reduce power consumption. With the i-Menu program, the settings can be changed AG271QG easily use the mouse. Two 2W stereo speakers also provide matching sound. Even for LAN parties of AGON is perfect, because it provides a convenient carrying handle on the base and has a holder for headphones.
Of particular interest is the so-called bundled "QuickSwitch Controller", which allows fast and comfortable settings. Thus, e.g. are contrast and brightness or predefined or custom profiles selected or adjusted. Thanks to the rubberized back of the wired remote control she sits perfectly safe on the desk.
Dimensions (with stand): 623 x 433 x 218 mm (W x H x D)
Weight: 6.8 kg
Black / Red / Silver
Tilt (tilt): -3.5 ° to + 21.5 °
Swivel (Turning): -20 ° to + 20 °
Height adjustment: 130 mm
Screen size: 68.6 cm (27 inches)
Aspect ratio: 16: 9
LCD Type: IPS panel
Maximum Resolution (non-interlaced): 2,560 x 1,440 pixels @ 165 Hz
Color: max. 16.7 million
Response time: min. 4 ms (gray-to-gray)
Contrast Ratio: 1,000: 1
Contrast ratio (dynamic): 50,000,000: 1
Brightness: 350 cd / m²
Viewing angle: 178 ° horizontal / 178 ° vertical
1x DisplayPort 1.2
1x HDMI (MHL)
4x USB 3.0
Power consumption (typical / standby): 45 / <0.5 W
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years
Approval: Energy Star 6.0, TCO certified
Plug & Play
VESA-compatible: 100 x 100 mm
2x 2W speakers NVIDIA G-SYNC
Energy efficiency class: C
on a scale of EEK-A +++ (highest) to G (least efficient)
in accordance with the delegated regulation (EU) no. 1062/2010 of the Commission (EnVKV)