AOC Agon 27 inch 144 Hz 2560 x 1440 LED Gaming Monitor, 1 ms Response Time, Height Adjust, Display Port, HDMI, DVI, VGA, Speakers, 4 x USB 3.0, Adaptive Sync, Vesa AG271QX - £386.60 @ Amazon
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AOC Agon 27 inch 144 Hz 2560 x 1440 LED Gaming Monitor, 1 ms Response Time, Height Adjust, Display Port, HDMI, DVI, VGA, Speakers, 4 x USB 3.0, Adaptive Sync, Vesa AG271QX - £386.60 @ Amazon

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Found 31st May 2017
Well rated monitor!!!
I ordered the one from Amazon as I was not too sure of the lower priced seller from China at £339.00..... But is it worth a go?

Reviews
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/aoc-ag271qx-agon-27-inch-freesync-monitor,review-33751.html
http://www.144hzmonitors.com/reviews/aoc-agon-ag271qx-review/
http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/aoc/1405505/aoc-agon-ag271qx-review-great-for-gaming-but-also-everything-else

Product Description
The new premium line of AOC gaming monitors is here: the AGON series. With the AOC AGON AG271QX you can enjoy clear and detailed graphics thanks to its Quad HD resolution (2560x1440), plus sharper action sequences with a 1ms response time and 144Hz refresh rate. The AG271QX also supports Adaptive-Sync technology to eliminate tearing, stuttering and input lag.

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Power Cable
DisplayPort Cable
HDMI Cable
DVI Cable
VGA Cable

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This not one of the amazon scam sellers ?
googleboogle

This not one of the amazon scam sellers ?


I believe you
This or an lg27ud58?
TN deal breaker
ive checked most 2k/4k monitors on Amazon looks like China scammers are out and about on amazon or trying to get Amazon to drop there prices or I could be wrong but there's couple of monitors that are from China at a low cost
Wanted a new bigger monitor, was going to pay £300-ish for one, ordered and cancelled after I thought "Do I need "better resolution" ? I'm NOT a gamer. So I bought this one instead:- Asus 27"
PhilK

Wanted a new bigger monitor, was going to pay £300-ish for one, ordered … Wanted a new bigger monitor, was going to pay £300-ish for one, ordered and cancelled after I thought "Do I need "better resolution" ? I'm NOT a gamer. So I bought this one instead:- Asus 27"



Gamers often want lower resolutions, not higher ones. Higher resolutions increase quality, but at the cost of a hefty performance hit.

For normal use a higher resolution allows you to fit more on. If you went from a 23" 1920x1080 screen to a 32" 2560x1440 screen then everything would be the same size but you'd have more space.

Going for the same resolution in a larger size enlarges everything instead.
27/28" 1440p is the best of everything though. Big space, crystal clear quality and not too demanding on GPU or CPU performance.
steve_bezerker

27/28" 1440p is the best of everything though. Big space, crystal clear … 27/28" 1440p is the best of everything though. Big space, crystal clear quality and not too demanding on GPU or CPU performance.



I agree, my 28" 4K screen is too high resolution but my 27" 1080p is too low, I think this will be just right. (Goldie Locks zone for monitors?)
Cattle

I agree, my 28" 4K screen is too high resolution but my 27" 1080p is too … I agree, my 28" 4K screen is too high resolution but my 27" 1080p is too low, I think this will be just right. (Goldie Locks zone for monitors?)



The specs are right but this is a TN panel which is a big no-no for most.
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