AOC launches AGON 5 gaming monitors with 2.5K resolutions and 240 Hz refresh rates
The AGON AG275QZ/EU and AGON AG275QZN/EU are two new AGON 5 series gaming monitors from AOC.
Both will be on sale later this month, and they offer native refresh rates of 240 hertz, 2.5-million-pixel resolutions, and fast response times.
AOC has added the AG275QX/EU and AG275QXN/EU to its AGON 5 range of gaming monitors, which was released last month.
The AG275QZ/EU and AG275QZN/EU, both measuring 27 inches, are the newest additions to Acer’s lineup of monitors.
The AG275QZ/EU and AG275QZN/EU, according to AOC, can run at a natural frequency of 240 hertz, whereas the models launched last month reaches a maximum of 165 Hz.
The AG275QZ/EU includes an IPS panel with support for 10-bit colors, 97.5% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space, and peak brightness of 400 cd/m2.
The AG275QZ/EU, as an example, features a base refresh rate of 240 Hz but can be overclocked to 270 Hz via the on-screen menu.
In addition to its 1 ms response time, AOC’s display boasts a 2.5K (2,560 x 1,440) resolution (GtG).
Compared to its IPS brother, the AG275QZN/EU monitor’s VA panel provides less color accuracy (89.9% DCI-P3).
Despite sharing its 1 ms GtG reaction times, VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification, and native resolution of 2.5K with its non-VA brother, the VA model boasts a higher 3,000:1 contrast ratio.
However, the AG275QZN/EU cannot be overclocked to 270 MHz.
Both displays have two HDMI 2.0 inputs, two DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, and a USB 3.2 Gen 1 hub.
AOC said in a press statement that the AG275QZ/EU and AGON AG275QZN/EU will be available later this month for £629.99 and £439.99, respectively.
If you’d want to learn more about either of these screens, we’ve included links to their individual product pages for your convenience.