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AGON: the new QHD models arrive

The fifth generation of AGON monitors is enriched with QHD 270Hz/240Hz models using Fast IPS-QD and VA panels

AGON by AOC, (here for more info on the company) is one of the world’s leading brands of gaming monitors and IT accessories. It presents two new models of its brand new line AGON 5. Model AGON AG275QZ/EU da 27″/68.6 cm equipped with a Fast IPS panel with a Quantum Dot layer that produces 1.07 billion colors. A refresh rate of 240Hz (overclockable to 270Hz) and a GtG response time of 1ms and MPRT of 0.5ms. And a cheaper model, theAGON AG275QZN/EU da 27″, equipped with a Fast VA panel with a high contrast, which has the same specifications as an esports monitor. 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms GtG and 0.5ms MPRT response time.

Thanks to’input lag extremely reduced and ai fast response times, gamers will experience a smooth and uncompromising gaming experience with both models. Helping them to see and follow their opponents faster, giving their best in competitions. Being truly versatile models, both monitors are VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified and support HDR10 thus offering rich and vivid images. While ensuring smoothness and rapid movement.

AGON: the new QHD models arrive

Details of the new AGON QHD monitor models

The latest generation AGON 5 models were presented in October with two 165 Hz monitors, also equipped with Fast IPS or Fast VA panels. Now, with the AG275QZ/EU and AG275QZN/EU models, AGON by AOC raises the bar again with the level esports a 270 Hz o 240 Hz. And just like the 165Hz monitors, these new models come in 100% recyclable paper packaging.

Both models AG275QZ/EU e AG275QZN/EU they have a renewed design compared to the previous AGON models, giving a more elegant and clean look. The three-sided borderless design makes them ideal for placement even in multi-monitor setups. The high-quality, resistant metal base reduces clutter on the desk, thus allowing these monitors to be used even in small workstations. Furthermore, thanks to the height, rotation and tilt adjustable stands, the ergonomic AG275QZ/EU and AG275QZN/EU are suitable for adrenaline-pumping competitions, both at home and during tournaments. With a cable management cutout built into the stand and a built-in power supply, these models reduce desktop clutter. Thus allowing players to fully focus on the game. Both models are equipped with a hub USB a 4 porte (USB 3.2 Gen 1), to allow users to easily connect peripherals, joysticks or controllers.

Technical features

L’AG275QZ/EU it uses a fast IPS panel with a Quantum Dot layer. To improve accuracy and extend the color gamut to reproduce rich, saturated colors with 10-bit depth and 1.07 billion colors. With a wide coverage of the 99.9% AdobeRGB gamutal 100% in sRGB and al 97,5% di DCI-P3. The AG275QZ/EU monitor is particularly suitable for content creators, youtubers and live streamers. This monitor also supports VESA DisplayHDR400 and HDR10 so as to reproduce even very dynamic content. The native 240Hz refresh rate can be easily overclocked to 270Hz from the monitor’s OSD. Making this model one of the fastest QHD monitors on the market. The combination of a 270Hz refresh rate with quick response times and crisp QHD resolution (2560×1440) means this monitor will remain relevant for years to come.

L’AG275QZN/EUhowever, is equipped with a Fast VA panel, with 16.7 million colors. It has a higher contrast (3000:1) than the IPS-QD variant which allows it to excel in dark content and shadows, reproducing rich and deep blacks. The AG275QZN/EU is also VESA DisplayHDR400 certifiedsupports HDR10 and offers excellent gamut coverage of 89.3% AdobeRGB, 99.7% sRGB and 89.9% DCI-P3.

Great performance and response times

For these new AGON models, multiple pixel overdrive modes allow these monitors to achieve an impressive 1ms GtG response time. While Motion Blur Reduction (MBR) can reduce the perceived response time to just 0.5ms MPRT. Both models feature Adaptive-Sync, meaning they support common variable refresh rate implementations to eliminate screen tearing or stutter. Furthermore, thanks to the “Console” mode, these models can be used with the latest generation consoles in 2560×1440@120 Hz mode. They can thus accept a signal 4K e resize to 2560×1440 while the high refresh rate is enabled. The comprehensive menu system on its OSD can be operated with a joystick or AOC G-Menu software, allowing users to change colour/luminance settings to fine tune them. it also offers gaming or comfort features such as crosshair overlay, shadow control or low blue mode.

AGON: the new QHD models arrive

Availability and pricing of AGON QHD monitors

The models AGON AG275QZ/EU e AGON AG275QZN/EU will be available from November 2022 with a list price respectively of € 769 e € 549.

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