You can find the AOC C27G2Z 27-inch gaming display for one of its best prices yet. This monitor has been going for around $199 lately but today it’s discounted to $179. This is a notable deal given both its price history and specifications that set it apart from other displays in its class.
We reviewed the AOC C27G2Z and appreciated its value which makes today’s discount that much more beneficial. This gaming monitor is AMD FreeSync Premium certified which gives it a little bit of a leg up over other monitors with specs like a minimum FHD resolution and high refresh rate. In this case, the AOC C27G2Z can reach up to 240Hz. It also features low latency as well as support for low framerate compensation (LFC).
The AOC C27G2Z features a 27-inch curved VA panel with a curvature of 1500R. It has an FHD resolution which measures up to 1920 x 1080px. The refresh rate is notoriously high, reaching up to 240Hz and is accompanies by an MPRT of .5ms.
Users have a couple of input options to take advantage of including one DisplayPort input and two HDMI ports. A 3.5mm jack is included for external audio peripherals. The purchase is supported by a limited 3-year manufacturer’s warranty from AOC alongside Amazon’s 30-day return policy.
Visit the AOC C27G2Z 27-inch curved gaming monitor product page at Amazon for more details and purchase options.
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Só... it's a 27" 1080p TN monitor? Not worth even $50. Maybe some grandpa with sight problems could replace their old square 24 LCD with this. I mean damn...Reply
I'm not sure where you got the TN bit, it uses a VA panel, as the article says.oofdragon said:Só... it's a 27" 1080p TN monitor? Not worth even $50. Maybe some grandpa with sight problems could replace their old square 24 LCD with this. I mean damn...
The AOC C27G2Z features a 27-inch curved VA panel with a curvature of 1500R.