AOC's G2460PQU is a 24" 1080p display at 144Hz which should give you a smoother experience when gaming. It supports DVI-D, DSUB, HDMI and DisplayPort and has four USB ports on the sides including a power boosted one for recharging. The overall look is rather nice but the power button is oddly placed on the underside alongside the inputs. eTeknix tried out this display and you can see what they thought in their full review.
"Recently I took a look at one of these new 144Hz panels from AOC, namely the G2460PQU and on the whole I was impressed with the quality of the build and the feature set on offer, but most importantly, the difference that the faster refresh rate made to not only game play but also during day-to-day usage."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- AOC G2460PQU 144hz 24 inch Monitor @ Kitguru
- Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS @ Hardware.info
- Philips 242G5 144Hz LCD Gaming Monitor @ eTeknix
- 20 affordable IPS monitors group test: IPS to the people @ Hardware.info
- Nvidia G-Sync in action @ Hardware.info
- 3M SPR1000 Streaming Projector Powered by Roku Review @ MissingRemote
- Peerless AV LCT420A Single Arm LCD Desktop Mount @ eTeknix
- Samsung KE55S9C Curved OLED TV @ Hardware.info
killer it doesn’t support
killer it doesn’t support gsync i will buy it 😀
Might this work with G-synch
Might this work with G-synch kit?
Sure would be delightful if
Sure would be delightful if they could manage to get more of these technologies into monitors bigger than a Nintendo DS. As delightful as Lightboost (sort of) and high refresh rates may be, there’s almost nothing that makes shrinking to 24″ and smaller displays (usually with 1920x resolutions, at best) worth it.