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AOC U2879VF 28" FreeSync 4K Monitor £274.98 Delivered @ ebuyer

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3840 x 2160 @60hz VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort 1ms Response Time Flicker Free FreeSync Technology Read More
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3840 x 2160 @60hz

VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort

1ms Response Time

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#1
never again for aoc for me
#2
matedodgy
never again for aoc for me
Why?
1 Like #3
FreeSync Range 40-60Hz
#4
This not the usual price for this?
#5
usual is £300, and its the cheapest 4k monitor you can get with decent reviews!
#6
matedodgy
never again for aoc for me

I got a 17" AOC that I bought for over £300 over 10 years ago that's still in use by my dad. I paid the premium for the extra inches when 15" flat screens weren't even main stream yet.
#7
farazfastian
usual is £300, and its the cheapest 4k monitor you can get with decent reviews!


http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/AOC-Monitor-Display-Adaptive-U2879VF/product/B01B9JZYZG?context=browse
#8
I got an aoc 27" 1440p monitor last year and it is brilliant, cracking quality build too. hot!
#9
Better to wait for 32inch to come down for 4k resolution. Too small with out scaling on 28inch monitor and scaling an issue with apps on Windows
#10
matedodgy
never again for aoc for me

Both my boys have AOC monitors one is 3 years old now, still looks fantastic.
#11
Unless you need this for workspace (editing) reasons, just grab a decent 1440p monitor.
#12
ST30
Better to wait for 32inch to come down for 4k resolution. Too small with out scaling on 28inch monitor and scaling an issue with apps on Windows
Everything is subjective. I am using that very monitor on 100% (not 125%) and I can live with it. Others - including some of my younger colleagues - can't.
#13
is there a decent 4k 27 monitor under £300? No! so this should be hot!
5 Likes #14
haritori
matedodgy
never again for aoc for me
Both my boys have AOC monitors one is 3 years old now, still looks fantastic.
Good for him! It's unlikely that such young children should show any negative signs of aging, but still...
1 Like #15
mudisoft
haritori
matedodgy
never again for aoc for me
Both my boys have AOC monitors one is 3 years old now, still looks fantastic.
Good for him! It's unlikely that such young children should show any negative signs of aging, but still...

:D
#16
4K maxes out at 60Hz, but are there better refresh rates available at lower resolutions like 1080p?

EDIT: No vesa mount... can't buy it for my setup :(

Edited By: imdurc on Oct 10, 2016 14:50
#17
Can be used as 4k TV as well. Cool
#19
Heat! I assume there is still no news on monitors supporting HDR?
#20
After doing a little research, it's probably not great for gaming - http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/aoc-u2879vf-28-inch-4k-uhd-freesync-monitor,review-33558-7.html
#21
aoc are fine without charging extra for a bs brand name
#22
sam_of_london
Can be used as 4k TV as well. Cool
Thats funny coz I use my 4k TV as a monitor :P

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