In a surprising announcement, AGON by AOC has unveiled a new 27-inch monitor that combines MiniLED technologies with excellent performance at an affordable price. The K27G3XMN/BK monitor boasts a Fast VA panel that offers KHD (2560×1440) resolution and a MiniLED backlight with 336 dimming zones, making it VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certified, one of the highest standards for HDR.
The monitor’s Full Range Local Dimming (FALD) backlight solution enhances the HDR experience by allowing some parts of the screen to be completely black while others maintain very high brightness. With a color depth of 10 bits (8 bits + FRC), the monitor produces 1.07 billion colors and high color gamut coverage (+95% DCI-P3). It also offers a refresh rate of 180Hz and a response time of 1ms GtG.
In terms of ergonomics, the monitor comes equipped with an adjustable stand that allows for height, tilt, rotation, and adjustment options. It also features flicker-free technology and Low Blue light to protect your eyes during prolonged gaming sessions. Additionally, the Shadow Control feature allows gamers to adjust the levels of shadows and lights to enhance their visual experience in games.
The K27G3XMN/BK also supports Adaptive-Sync technology, which eliminates tearing and stuttering caused by frame disproportion. Dial Point coverage allows players to aim accurately in FPS games where the dial point is missing. Lastly, the OSD features of the monitor can be adjusted using either the AOC G-Menu software or simply using the OSD buttons on the monitor itself.
AGON by AOC says that this new monitor will be available in November for a suggested retail price of €399, making it an affordable option for gamers looking for HDR gaming at high performance levels.
Overall, this new K27G3XMN/BK 27-inch monitor from AGON by AOC is an impressive offering for gamers who want both excellent performance and affordability in their gaming setup. With its MiniLED technologies, fast refresh rate, high resolution and accurate color reproduction capabilities make it stand out from other monitors in its class.