Monitors with G-SYNC support have been few and far between since Nvidia announced the technology late last year. Since the launch we have seen few monitors with G-SYNC come to market, all made by ASUS as far as I can recall, but no one else has been in on the action.
Today that changes as AOC have revealed their first G-SYNC monitor – the g2460Pg. This is a 24 inch TN panel based monitor with a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, DisplayPort output and support for G-SYNC. The resolution is just your run of the mill 1920 x 1080 but the main selling point is the ultra high refresh rate paired up with G-SYNC. The displays offers up a brightness of 350 cd/cm and comes with a 3 year warranty. AOC have also equipped a USB 3.0 hub on the monitor which they claim is designed to reduce cable clutter on your desk area.
AOC’s g2460Pg comes with an MSRP of £369.99 including VAT and is available as of next month. The item can currently be pre-ordered from Overclockers UK for £359.99, the expected ETA is July 4th.
Source: AOC PR
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