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AOC releases the first member of its all new cutting-edge AGON series

27 Sep 16

AOC has evolved with the growing demands of gamers and now they’ve announced that an all-new premium line of gaming monitors is coming to town.

Coined the AGON series, AOC has combined everything that tech pioneers and devoted gamers campaign for, to ultimately create a package that provides flawless performance with a supreme user experience. Essentially, AOC have tailored the AGON series based on the insights they’ve gained from their users.

The AOC AG271QX is the first of the AGON line to come to our shores. Powered by a high-speed TN panel at a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, there is no doubt this high-end QHD gaming monitor will be a game-changer.

It deliver ultra-smooth images with 144Hz refresh rate and response time of just 1ms and supported by Adaptive-Sync Technology. The raw power behind the AOC AG271QX guarantees the ultimate visual experience – you can forget about stuttering and tearing.

A monitor built for anything

One of AOC’s goals with the AGON series is the ability for their monitors to not only be suitable for any game you’re looking to play, but to be the best at them. And with the hardware on board, it certainly achieves that.

The instantaneous response-time of the AGON series is ensured by the AOC Low Input Lag mode, which effectively disable picture post-processing on the monitor’s electronics and accelerates the command pass-through from the mouse, keyboard and gamepad to result in immediate actions. What’s more, the AOC Shadow Control enables gamers to adjust contrast in overly dark or light areas without a hitch and without reducing the quality.

With the reaction speed and frictionless graphics on offer, you will be able to rest assured that you will be facing your opponents with perfect vision.

Impressive inside and out

The AG271QX is not just packed with innovation on the inside. It also offers extremely convenient ergonomics, which allow you to adjust the height, tilt and swivel before picking the most comfortable position for you – these adjustments are all accurately marked by a scale, allowing users to ‘save’ their preferred settings.

The bane behind every long gaming session is often sore eyes or headaches. AOC’s Flick-Free Technology and the AOC Low Blue Light mode both help to reduce eye-strain, discomfort and fatigue.

To help users easily adjust their Game Mode Presets (of which there are many), AOC have also thrown in the AOC QuickSwitch Controller, which allows users to switch effortlessly between modes, adjust brightness, contrast and other essential gaming features.

The AOC AG271QX is available through AOC partners now – don’t miss out on this opportunity to gain a competitive edge over your opponents.

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