AOC has presented a new monitor, under its recent brand focused on gaming AGON, thus expanding its catalog, with a more than interesting product, with its 27 ”IPS, Mini LED feedback and 300 Hz QHD. This is the AGON AG274QGM monitor.
With the rise of esports and the competitive online environment, the world of hardware and peripherals has been put to the test, where 1 millisecond or one hertz (Hz) can make a difference not only in the game, but in the market sales ratios.
AGON AG274QGM: a monitor to make you win the game
The monitor AOC AGON AG274QGM With a resolution of 2,560 pixels by 1,400 pixels, it offers us a QHD resolution in a 16: 9 widescreen format. Its Mini LED backlighting system achieves brightness of 1000 cs / m ².
One of the most important and striking features of the monitor AGON is its refresh rate, with a few impressive 300 Hz for one QHD resolution.
Also, AOC with monitor AG274QGM offers full support for NVIDIA G-SYNC ESPORTS by bringing technologies like NVIDIA Reflex Latency Monitor that will take measurements in real time of our system from the moment of the mouse click until the execution of our actions on the screen. Likewise, this model comes with certification G-SYNC Ultimate, like icing on the cake, to help the player reduce latency by eliminating stuttering and tearing.
Why are Mini LED panels launched now?
The idea of Mini LED panels is true that has been fluttering the technological sphere for years, but with the emergence of the new panels for monitors with this new technology, it is when the evolution of the current LED backlight panel has started.
The Mini LED panels, like the traditional LED panel, do not store color or image information, it only transmits lighting to the LCD panel, where it does contain the color information and after being backlit with the Mini LED or LED, it shows the image. that we see.
The improvement of Mini LEDWith respect to the traditional and common LED panel so far, it is the miniaturization and concentration of these LEDs, we went from 1000 µm to 200 µm of the Mini LED, which would represent that, for each normal LED, we would have approximately 5 Mini LEDs, in the same space, thus offering greater definition and control over the brightness of the screen.