The month of September is usually busy as far as news is concerned and this year 2016 was not going to be an exception. The IFA gives a lot of play and we still continue with news that this and other fairs have left behind. So, now it’s time to talk about monitors.

AOC and Philips have unveiled their new range of monitors. They are models designed to meet the needs of all types of users, from the passionate about video games to the executive who takes care of the details to the maximum.


We start with AOC and thus we find ourselves before new monitors that seek to combine resolution, quality and design starting in this case with the AGON AG271QG, a monitor designed for video game lovers. This monitor offers an IPS (AHVA) panel that offers more vivid and sharp colors, with a native resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and a frequency of 165 Hz that eliminates ghosting. It also has NVIDIA G-SYNC technology that synchronizes the refresh rates of the panel with those of the graphics card.

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The second of the monitors is the AOC U3277PWQU Premium, which is intended for those who use it as another tool in their work. It has a 31.5-inch screen and ultra-clear 4K UHD resolution with which it seeks to offer more work space for presentations, tables… making use of high density. The AOC U3277PWQU Premium includes AOC’s Flicker-Free technology, thus achieving sharp and precise images.

If we are looking for design, the proposal they offer is the AOC Q2781PQ, which framed within the Style line stands out for very small screen bezels supported on an asymmetrical base. This monitor comes with a built-in AH-IPS panel that translates into a viewing angle of up to 178 degrees and all on a 27-inch screen with a QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution. These specifications are completed by the AOC Q2781PQ with the use of Flicker-Free technology.

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Regarding Philipsthe firm has expanded the line of M7 equipment for the corporate environment with 21.5, 23.8, 24 and 27-inch models and resolutions ranging from Full HD to 4K.

In this sense, we find the top-of-the-range model, the 272P7VPTKEB/00, a device with 27-inch IPS panel and QHD resolution with pop-up camera. It also includes USB 3.0 connectivity for faster data transmission and PowerSensor technology to be respectful of the environment.

But the previous model does not come alone, as it has been presented together with the 258B6QUEB/00 monitor, which makes use of a port USB Type-C enabling transfer speeds of up to 10 GB with USB 3.1 Gen-2, and up to 5 GB with USB 3.0 Gen-1.

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And finally, the last monitor to arrive is the 276E7QDAB, which stands out above all for using the largest curved screen on the market, 40 inches. This model has ultracolor technology, which achieves brighter and more colorful images that together with the curved screen create an immersive environment.

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