The AG275QXN/flat EU's Fast VA panel is the first of its kind, providing the kind of responsiveness required for competitive multiplayer games while still providing the wonderful immersion afforded by VA panels in story-driven, single-player games, thanks to their rich contrast. However, the AG275QX/EU is tailor-made for the content creator/gamer demographic thanks to its Fast IPS panel's improved colour accuracy and 10-bit colour depth. In keeping with AOC's commitment to environmental responsibility, the monitors come in 100% recyclable paper cushion packing.
These monitors were made for the multitaskers of today, so they have a modern, angular design with straight lines that will look good on the desks of many gamers. They have a premium and sturdy metal base with a small footprint, frameless panels on three sides so that you can fit two or three of them side by side for multitasking, and a height-adjustable, ergonomic stand with a built-in carrying handle.
These screens are a blessing for people of varying heights who share a passion for video games. The ergonomic stand for both displays allows for tilting at -5/23 degrees, swivelling at -20/20 degrees, and pivoting. There is a 150 mm range for the height modification. You may be certain that this will assist you in finding an optimal viewing position for the display during gameplay.
This model's native QHD resolution (2560x1440) is useful for general-purpose work and for observing minute visual details in games and media. Also, most modern graphics cards can attain high framerates in QHD, making it the current gold standard for gaming. This is because QHD is a significant improvement over Full HD but still lower than 4K.
With the AGON 5's Console Mode, this version can take a 4K feed at 120Hz and downscale it to 2560 x 1440, giving console gamers access to the benefits of high (120Hz) refresh rates. It supports HDR400 and has a quick IPS display with a quantum dot layer for 1.07 billion colours. It comes with a default refresh rate of 240Hz and can be overclocked to 270Hz if needed.
These devices provide MBR (Motion Blur Reduction) to get 1ms MPRT, allowing for sharper moving pictures. As the backlight flashes at a rate proportional to the refresh rate, the slower pixel transitions are effectively eliminated, resulting in a seamless transition between frames.
These screens were developed specifically for extreme gaming. The displays come with various gaming settings and presets that can be customised for each player. The G-menu on this monitor allows you to adjust things like the colour equalisation, the motion blur filter, the input latency, the shadow settings, the crosshairs, and the frames per second. That's exciting, right? These additions may be utilised to make the game twice as fun and boost the player's chances of advancing to the next level.
Both screens have a pair of HDMI 2.0 inputs, a pair of DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, and a four-port USB 3.2 Gen 1 hub. Each of these USB ports can transfer data at a blistering 5Gbps. Rapid as the speed of light.
All of this equipment has a jack for headphones. You can connect your headphones to the screen to listen to audio privately. It is not necessary to waste time downloading and installing the drivers on your computer. Just plug in your headphones, and have fun playing.
Price And Availability
This month, AOC will officially release their brand new Agon 5 monitors. Prices for the Agon AG275QZ will start at $846, with the Agon AG275QZN coming in at $587. The cost may change in another country.