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#1 Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2012 2:37:24 AM(UTC)

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Coming this April to a retailer near you will be the AOC e2752Vh monitor, which features a 27-inch display, 2ms response time, and a 20,000,000:1 contrast ratio. The device also features built-in 2.5-watt speakers with SRS sound in an effort to relieve the user of the need for external speakers while gaming or watching movies.

With a 1920x1080 resolution at 60Hz, and its ports include DVI-D and HDMI, both with HDCP. The e2752Vh is designed to be green; the LED has no mercury, it has a power conservation mode for when the computer is off, and it’s ENERGY STAR compliant.

Projected retail price for the e2752Vh will be $299.99.

AOC Unveils 27-inch High Definition LED Monitor with 2ms Response Time
AOC’s e2752Vh combines solid performance, impressive image quality and energy efficiency into one sleek display

Fremont, Calif. – February 15, 2012– AOC, the worldwide leader in monitor display technology, announces the e2752Vh, a widescreen 27-inch LED monitor that delivers stunningly crisp and impressive image quality, as well as solid performance with a two millisecond response time. Ideal for multimedia applications, the energy efficient display also features two built-in 2.5 watt speakers for SRS-quality sound and is perfectly suited for PC gaming and Home Theater environments. The e2752Vh will be available for $299.99 in April at national retailers including TigerDirect, Best Buy, Newegg and Amazon, among others.

“This cost-effective WLED monitor cuts down on energy consumption while offering the features that power users search for in a display – an extremely fast response time, impressive image quality and a sizeable screen,” said Robert Velez, AOC Marketing Manager.

The e2752Vh is able to display 16.7 million colors and offers a 2ms response time that provides crisp, clear images even in fast action sequences while gaming or watching action films. The ultra-high dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1 reveals more depth and detail in darker scenes, while built-in speakers provide improved desktop sound. The versatile monitor is VESA 100mm wall mount compliant, meaning that it can be used on a desktop or conveniently mounted on the wall to save space.

The monitor’s slim and streamlined appearance is complemented by ergonomic, user-friendly design. The e2752Vh includes easily accessible digital and power connections that are rear-facing for direct insertion, a placement that is much more convenient than the more common downward-pointing ports. The monitor settings can be adjusted via the on-screen menu system, which is available in 14 languages including English, French and Spanish. The iMenu option also allows the user to change settings using only the keyboard and mouse, so that it is not necessary to reach up to the screen to adjust contrast, brightness and other preset modes. Other bonus features include embedded Screen+ software that divides the screen into four self-contained work areas for improved productivity, and an Off Timer that sets an alarm clock to turn off the monitor automatically.

Along with delivering strong performance, image quality and bonus features, the ENERGY STAR-compliant e2752Vh also reduces energy costs and environmental impact. The display’s LED backlight is completely free of toxic Mercury, and the monitor also includes an eSaver feature that lets the user preset power conservation modes for the display when the PC is not in use. The monitor’s Power Saving Mode uses 50 percent less power, and Standby Mode uses only 0.1w.

• 27” viewable image size, diagonal
• 20,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
• 2ms GTG response time
• 16:9 Aspect ratio
• 300 cd/m² typical brightness
• 1920x1080@60Hz resolution
• DVI-D with HDCP, HDMI with HDCP digital inputs
• Built-in speakers: 5 Watts
• Windows 7 compatible
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#2 Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2012 10:33:23 AM(UTC)

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"AOC is a leader of HD display technology for Monitors, TVs and Multi-functional Displays backed by over 60 years of design and manufacturing experience. AOC has earned a reputation for selling user-friendly, technologically advanced displays with every aspect of AOC’s business focusing on the development of products that fit seamlessly into consumers’ digital lifestyle."---- I have to admit this is new for me. I have never heard of this company. It's the first time i see it.None of my friends have anything coming from AOC, and i have not seen this in store or did i but i didn't noticed it ? is this company that famous O_O

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#3 Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2012 11:06:25 AM(UTC)

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27'' is good, but I'm wondering why they pegged the resolution at 1920X1080. A monitor of that size should be going higher than that. This is 2012 and Eizo has 2560 x 1440  resolution at this size, and so does Dell (although they're obviously not on Eizo's level)

AOC, why you no do 2560 x 1440 resolution?

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#4 Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2012 12:13:02 PM(UTC)

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I have a 19-inch AOC HDTV. Excellent picture quality, great contrast, perfect color saturation levels at the default settings. I would buy this monitor.

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#5 Posted : Friday, February 17, 2012 12:30:49 PM(UTC)

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Not only does Eizo have such a monitor, Samsung does as well, the S27A850D, with a PLS panel. Unfortunately, AOC doesn't inform us as to what sort of panel is used in the monitor mentioned here, which leads me to suspect that it's a TN, with all of the concomitant problems with respect to colour reproduction and viewing angles. From what I've seen of the reviews,however, PLS seems to be as good as IPS, and the Samsung monitor is quite reasonably priced, so I'm thinking of getting one for my setup at home. The only problem is that I'd have to replace my graphic card in order to drive the monitor at max resolution....


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