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AOC releases three new ultra-slim V2 series of FreeSync IPS displays

Affordable displays with a sleek aesthetic and a compelling feature set

AOC releases three new ultra-slim FreeSync IPS displays

AOC releases three new ultra-slim V2 series of FreeSync IPS displays

AOC has officially launched their new Ultra-Slim V2 series of displays, combining 1080p IPS panels with ultra-thin bezels and display housings to deliver a compelling visual aesthetic. 

Despite their low-cost nature, the VR series is designed to offer a compelling feature set, delivering 72% coverage of the NTSC colour gamut, a maximum refresh rate of 75Hz and a 3-side frameless display housing. 

Budget gamers will also be glad to know that these monitors support AMD's FreeSync technology and a 5ms response time, though sadly AOC has not provided us with this display's FreeSync range. Most 75Hz FreeSync monitors offer a variable refresh rate range of 40-75Hz, though without official specifications this shouldn't be considered as anything more than a guess. 

The V2 series will ship in three sizes, the 21.5” 22V2Q, 23.8” 24V2Q and the 27” 27V2Q, all of which offer DisplayPort and HDMI inputs. Looking at the rear of the screen, we can see that the V2 series lack VESA monitor mounts and has integrated all of the monitor's power and visual inputs into the monitor's stand, allowing the panel itself to be 7.7 mm thick.    

Each of these displays is designed to deliver 250 cd/m² of brightness, integrating flicker-free technology with Direct Current brightness regulation and an integrate low blue light mode. Each of these displays is covered by a three-year warranty. 

AOC releases three new ultra-slim FreeSync IPS displays  

The 22V2Q 24V2Q and 27V2Q will be available in July 2018 with MSRPs of £119, £129 and £179, respectively. 

You can join the discussion on AOC's ultra-slim V2 series of FreeSync IPS displays on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

03-07-2018, 07:43:41

AlienALX
Great prices, but what good is that "thin-ness" if you can't sodding put it on the wall?Quote

03-07-2018, 08:16:18

Arne Saknussemm
Errr....Exactly! That thinness means nothing if it's attached to a five acre base...Quote

03-07-2018, 10:44:30

meuvoy
"Not VESA compatible"

Meh...Quote

03-07-2018, 11:21:32

g0ggles1994
VESA mounting aside. These are absolutely beautiful.

I'd be all over the 24" if the response time was better and could do over 100Hz but it's IPS so I'm not really surprisedQuote
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