AOC has unveiled a pair of new monitors which it has added to its range, both of which have been designed by Porsche and take the form of the PDS241 and PDS271 which measure 24 and 27 inches respectively, as the model references indicate.
Both monitors are equipped with incredibly thin frames which measure just 5.2 mm in thickness and are completely frameless on three sides. AOC has fitted the monitors with AH-IPS panels providing fantastic viewing angles and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels or Full HD.
The new AOC Porsche designed monitors are expected to be released during June and are expected to be priced at £180 for the 24 inch monitor or $240. With the larger 27 inch version costing around £259 or $330.
The AOC PDS271 is equipped with a 27” AH-IPS panel, which delivers a 1080p resolution. Thanks to its modular design, PDS271 has no cables hanging out from its backside. Power and display connections run through its stable metal stand into a separate box. Its HDMI and power connections are divided in this box, where it is away from the onlookers’ line of sight. With this sleek appearance even from its backside, this monitor is very suitable for settings where the display’s backside is visible to multiple people.
AOC’s Supercolor WCG technology enables this monitor to achieve 100% sRGB and 90% NTSC colour gamut coverage. 4 ms GtG response time ensures fluid and smooth gameplay. Coupled with the wide 178° viewing angles achieved by its AH-IPS panel, PDS271 delivers accurate colours from any angle. AOC’s Flicker Free technology regulates the monitor’s brightness with a DC backlight system, reducing flicker and thereby relieving eye discomfort and fatigue experienced in longer usage. AOC’s Low Blue Light technology reduces harmful short wavelength blue light.
More details jump over to the official AOC website via the link below.
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