After testing the AOC AG241QG nVidia G-Sync monitor we are testing today on OCinside.de the 27-inch AOC AG271QX FreeSync monitor with 2560×1440 16:9 WQHD resolution and up to 144 Hz frame rate. In the detailed review we also give some tips on buying a monitor, on display settings and a comparison of the current monitor resolutions.
Although it is not faster than light, the new 24-inch AOC gaming monitor has an amazing fast refresh rate of 165 Hz and also supports the Nvidia G-SYNC technology. We are talking about the new AOC AG241QG from the AGON series. If it can do more than just looking good on the desk, we will find out in today’s test report.
Today we are testing a special monitor on OCinside.de that already appears almost too big at first glance. It is the 32 inch WQHD Business Monitor S32D850T from the manufacturer Samsung. Whether this monitor can only let the desk collapse, or really brings the big-screen feeling in the office or home office, we will determine in this review.
The manufacturer AOC has always been known for its inexpensive monitors. Years ago they have produced CRT monitors but today they produce high-quality monitors with TFT technology. Today AOC sends the G2460PQU/BR monitor with 144 Hz to the test field and wants to show us that inexpensive does not always mean bad or slow. Whether this monitor can convince us and if it has the latest technology or not, we now show you here on OCinside.de.
Today we are testing at OCinside.de the Philips 288P6LJEB UHD Monitor. HD television exists for some time now. However, HDTV is not fully established yet, despite the better picture quality. The wide range of BluRay HD movies, the video on demand services and the amount of non-HD televisions keep the sales of HD TVs still high. For the manufacturers that is no reason to rest on their laurels and thus exist for quite some time televisions with a resolution of … Continue reading Philips 288P6LJEB UHD Monitor Review
Today we are testing the Philips Brilliance 272G5DY G-line 144 Hz Gaming Monitor with nVidia G-Sync. There used to be monochrome monitors, either green/black or amber/black for example, on which Larry Laffer has entertained for hours. Powered by graphic cards that are found today only in museums or in the lunar module. Then came the redemption, not only for visitors of Lan Parties – the flat panel display – also TFT (Thin Film Transistor) display called. Almost 40 years after … Continue reading Philips G-line 272G5DY Review