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AOC 27 inch 1 ms Response Time 1440p LED Monitor £209.98 (Amazon)

£209.98 @ Amazon
I have been looking for a budget 1440p monitor. I came across this one on amazon. Free delivery if prime as well. It looks decent enough and for the money doesn't seem bad at all for a 27". Produc…
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I have been looking for a budget 1440p monitor. I came across this one on amazon. Free delivery if prime as well. It looks decent enough and for the money doesn't seem bad at all for a 27".

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Experience a new level of sharpness with this large 68.5 cm (27") monitor. The Q2778VQE utilises a state-of-the-art TN panel with the stunning WQHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. With its D-Sub, DVI-D, HDMI and DisplayPort connectors, this energy-efficient display offers you a multitude of applications, delivering exceptionally crisp and vivid images for even the highest demands. Benefit further from flexibility tilt and swivel function. The Q2778VQE comes in a glossy black design and features eco-friendly LED-backlights .It fulfils sustainability certificates such as Energy Star 6.0, TCO 6.0 and EPEAT Silver. Let the Q2778VQE impress you today
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#1
I believe this has been roughly the standard price. I've been tempted a few times to upgrade to this monitor but never pulled the trigger.
1 Like #2
Ok price, but I'm pretty certain Amazon have had the price around £200 a few times very recently...so there is a good chance it will dip to about £200 again.

Edited By: theyiddo on Feb 13, 2017 12:58
#3
My main question is this worth the money. I'm currently using a twin 1080p 24inch monitor setup and was wondering will I see a vast difference in gaming?
#4
blank0502
My main question is this worth the money. I'm currently using a twin 1080p 24inch monitor setup and was wondering will I see a vast difference in gaming?
Only if your graphics card can push to 1440p at high detail if not stick with 1080p
1 Like #5
emodan
blank0502
My main question is this worth the money. I'm currently using a twin 1080p 24inch monitor setup and was wondering will I see a vast difference in gaming?
Only if your graphics card can push to 1440p at high detail if not stick with 1080p


​Recently bought myself an rx 480 8gb. So should be able to push most games to max at 2k
#6
Cheaper elsewhere right now, under £200, not sure about delivery costs though.
Personally I refuse to buy a monitor with a glossy coating, screens are adding various eye protect modes and features to reduce eye strain. This has a stupid glossy frame that can reflect the light directly into your eyes causing eye strain and possible distracting. Might be ok for short sessions, provided no bright lights or sunlight hits the frame....

https://www.cclonline.com/product/174287/Q2778VQE/Monitors/AOC-Pro-line-Q2778VQE-27-inch-LCD-Monitor-1000-1-350cd/m2-2560x1440-1ms-DVI/MON3260/?gclid=CPGApqOXjdICFUa4GwodInoDNw
#7
Wish it was 4k. Otherwise ok
1 Like #8
TN panel
suspended 6 Likes #9
silkyskills
TN panel


TN panels upset my soul
#10
TN meh.
#11
Samsung available at £195 inc VAT and del
Samsung (27") LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 1 ms - 1920 x 1080 - 16.7 Million Colours
suspended#12
ctoumi
Samsung available at £195 inc VAT and del
Samsung (27") LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 1 ms - 1920 x 1080 - 16.7 Million Colours


Lol
#13
I have this monitor it's pretty good for the money I have 1 dead pixel but not that noticeable. I like the size but my old dell 1920x1200 looked just as good if I'm honest.
#14
Does it have freesync?
#15
babswatkins
ctoumi
Samsung available at £195 inc VAT and del
Samsung (27") LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 1 ms - 1920 x 1080 - 16.7 Million Colours
Lol
Agreed :)
1 Like #16
1 hdmi in . Why do they bother with the vga port? Surely they could get rid off the port and add another hdmi
#17
DE4L3R
1 hdmi in . Why do they bother with the vga port? Surely they could get rid off the port and add another hdmi

A lot of office laptops don't have an HDMI. I have a lenova thinkpad i5, probably about +- 2 years old and has no HDMI. I would need an additional adapter to connect it to HDMI but has a VGA port.
1 Like #18
sam_of_london
Wish it was 4k. Otherwise ok
are you mad? 4k on a tiny little 27inch?
2k on 27inch is cool but 4k is basically a sight test.
yes you can scale windows but not everything scales properly and some 3rd party programs don't scale at all leaving you with tiny unreadable fonts.
#19
blank0502
emodan
blank0502
My main question is this worth the money. I'm currently using a twin 1080p 24inch monitor setup and was wondering will I see a vast difference in gaming?
Only if your graphics card can push to 1440p at high detail if not stick with 1080p

​Recently bought myself an rx 480 8gb. So should be able to push most games to max at 2k
you spent money on a card don't skimp on the monitor, the xf270hu is down to £399.99 on ebuyer, 2k AHVA-IPS (IPS not VA tech, most people get confused) good colours as its IPS, 144hz freesync, and 4ms g2g (yes a tiny bit slower but the colours and clarity make up for it).
AHVA-IPS is repeat is not VA, many people confuse it with AMVA which is VA but its an advanced IPS type that has higher refresh than IPS but still retains IPS colours and view angles.
TN screens are for people who cant live without shaving of 3ms response rate and don't care that the colour is horribly washed out.

the question really is have you used TN screens for your dual monitor set up? if you have you will be used to it but if they are IPS you might be in for a shock.
#20
ctoumi
Samsung available at £195 inc VAT and del
Samsung (27") LED LCD Monitor - 16:9 - 1 ms - 1920 x 1080 - 16.7 Million Colours

The monitor in this thread is 1440p resolution.
#21
seems to be some knowledgable folk on this thread -
can anyone recommend a 4k/5k monitor please?

I'm looking to hook up a retina 15" MBP (mid-2014 era)
mainly going to be for Photoshop/Lightroom and video editing
currently running a couple of 24" Dells (2407, 1920x1200)

was thinking of maybe getting a single 27" 4k monitor

What are people's thoughts on Dell's current offerings?
http://www.dell.com/learn/uk/en/ukdhs1/campaigns/4k2k-monitors-dhs
#22
1ms? Not PC Master Race enough...
1 Like #23
theyiddo
Ok price, but I'm pretty certain Amazon have had the price around £200 a few times very recently...so there is a good chance it will dip to about £200 again.

That's fairly easy to check using camel:

Last 5 price changes


Date

Price


Feb 15, 2017 08:42 AM £211.08
Feb 14, 2017 05:12 AM £204.92
Feb 13, 2017 02:19 AM £209.98
Feb 12, 2017 05:30 PM £199.89
Feb 12, 2017 08:45 AM £209.98
#24
supasta
A lot of office laptops don't have an HDMI. I have a lenova thinkpad i5, probably about +- 2 years old and has no HDMI. I would need an additional adapter to connect it to HDMI but has a VGA port.
Mine has DisplayPort, but for dual monitor use I have to use the VGA as well. So I'm certainly glad that monitor manufacturers still support VGA, clunky as it may be.
#25
DE4L3R
1 hdmi in . Why do they bother with the vga port? Surely they could get rid off the port and add another hdmi

2 inputs. Why bother? Surely most users only have one computer, so they could get rid of it and reduce the price.
#26
BenderRodriguez
DE4L3R
1 hdmi in . Why do they bother with the vga port? Surely they could get rid off the port and add another hdmi
2 inputs. Why bother? Surely most users only have one computer, so they could get rid of it and reduce the price.
One to connect my pc another if i want to connect a laptop aswell..or maybe a skybox... or any other device which has hdmi?
#27
DE4L3R
BenderRodriguez
DE4L3R
1 hdmi in . Why do they bother with the vga port? Surely they could get rid off the port and add another hdmi
2 inputs. Why bother? Surely most users only have one computer, so they could get rid of it and reduce the price.
One to connect my pc another if i want to connect a laptop aswell..or maybe a skybox... or any other device which has hdmi?


Aaaand that's why we have different screens for different needs. ;-)
#28
Do u wear glasses. Coz I have 2 eyes not 4 ;)
#29
DE4L3R
1 hdmi in . Why do they bother with the vga port? Surely they could get rid off the port and add another hdmi
Licensing fees, probably.
#30
supasta
DE4L3R
1 hdmi in . Why do they bother with the vga port? Surely they could get rid off the port and add another hdmi
A lot of office laptops don't have an HDMI. I have a lenova thinkpad i5, probably about +- 2 years old and has no HDMI. I would need an additional adapter to connect it to HDMI but has a VGA port.
Does it have DisplayPort though? DisplayPort to HDMI leads are ten a penny.

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