Television and monitor manufacturer AOC has announced a 24" gaming monitor using the NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, in an effort to give owners an added advantage while gaming. The NVIDIA G-SYNC technology was introduced in October 2013, as gamers hoped to see video lag and other issues limited. The monitor has a $449 price tag, possibly pricing casual gamers out of the market.
"This advanced AOC gaming display (2460PG) gives competitive gamers a serious edge so they can focus on the game without the distraction of screen tearing, ghosting or latency," according to AOC in a press release. "This means gamers receive critical images, such as enemy movement, on screen the moment they are rendered for greater accuracy and a serious gaming advantage over competitors."
The 24" monitor offers 300 cd/m brightness, 5 ms response time, 16.7 million display colors, and a recommended resolution of 1920 x 1080. An integrated DisplayPort connector includes five USB ports that support USB 3.0, the ergonomic stand allows enhanced gaming comfort for extended periods of gaming.
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