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AOC presents 240Hz AGON G-SYNC monitor

AOC presents its fastest NVIDIA G-SYNC enabled gaming monitor yet. The AOC AGON AG251FG boasts a refresh rate of 240Hz, a 1ms response time and NVIDIA ULMB for reduced motion blur. In addition to the high responsiveness provided by NVIDIA G-SYNC, the display comes with other premium gaming features such as AOC Shadow Control and the ergonomic AOC Ergo Dial Base.

Maximum smoothness for NVIDIA users

The AOC AGON AG251FG comes with a 24.5" Full-HD TN panel (16:9 format, 1920 x 1080 pixels), which is slightly bigger than the common 24" size used in esports.

With its 240Hz refresh rate and built-in NVIDIA G-SYNC module, it is the ideal choice for gamers with NVIDIA graphics cards who want the smoothest possible gameplay. G-SYNC technology synchronises the display’s refresh rate to the graphics card’s GPU in order to eliminate screen tearing and minimise display stuttering as well as input lag.

The monitor’s 1ms response time and the NVIDIA ULMB feature also reduce motion blur and ghosting to a minimum, so that gamers can enjoy razor-sharp graphics even in the most fast-paced of situations. 

Comfort for professional gamers

Like all AGON monitors, the AG251FG comes with a range of premium features to boost players’ comfort and performance. These include the AOC Ergo Dial Base, with tilt, swivel and height adjustment (and a convenient height scale), a retractable headset holder and a carrying handle.

To prevent eye fatigue during extended gaming sessions, AOC Flicker Free technology also minimises flickering, and AOC Low Blue Light mode reduces potentially harmful short-wavelength blue light. For an extra advantage in dark game environments, the AOC Shadow Control option empowers gamers to brighten extremely dark areas without affecting the rest of the screen.

The AOC AGON AG251FG is expected to be available in August 2017. The MSRP is £519.

http://aoc-europe.com/en

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