Monday, August 6th 2012

AOC Introduces the e2752Vh 27-Inch Monitor

AOC, the leader in monitor display technology, announces the retail availability of the 52 Series, the largest screened offering in the company's line of ultra-thin, energy efficient LED monitors. The 27-inch widescreen e2752Vh delivers stunningly crisp and impressive image quality, as well as solid performance with a two millisecond response time. The monitor is ideal for multimedia applications and includes two built-in 2.5 watt speakers for SRS-quality sound.

The e2752Vh is now available at national retailers including CompUSA and Walmart.com, among others. From August 11 through August 17, the monitor will be available at select retailers including TigerDirect, BestBuy.com, Newegg.com and Amazon.com for $249.99, which is $50 off the MSRP.


"The upcoming promotion on the 52 series is an incredible value in terms of immediate savings and the ongoing benefit of reduced energy consumption," said Robert Velez, AOC Marketing Manager. "The monitor delivers the response time and image quality that power users have come to expect, but it is also great for everyday users who are looking for a cost-effective big-screen monitor for work and entertainment."

The e2752Vh can display 16.7 million colors, while its 2 ms response time provides crisp, clear images even in fast action sequences when gaming or watching action films. The monitor is also VESA 100 mm wall mount compliant, so that it can be conveniently mounted on the wall to save space. The monitor features a slim and streamlined appearance and offers ergonomic, user-friendly design. The monitor's digital and power connections are rear-facing rather than downward-pointing, providing easy access for direct cable insertion. The display settings can be adjusted via the on-screen menu system, and the iMenu option also allows the user to change settings using only the keyboard and mouse, so that it is not necessary to reach up to the screen to adjust contrast, brightness and other preset modes. Other bonus features include Screen+ software that divides the screen into four self-contained work areas for improved productivity, and an Off Timer that sets an alarm clock to turn off the monitor automatically.

Specifications

- 27" viewable image size, diagonal
- 20,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
- 2 ms GTG response time
- 16:9 Aspect ratio
- 300 cd/m² typical brightness
- 1920 x 1080@60Hz resolution
- DVI-D with HDCP, HDMI with HDCP digital inputs
- More than 16 million colors supported
- Built-in speakers: 5 Watts
- Windows 7 compatible
- ENERGY STAR-compliant
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10 Comments on AOC Introduces the e2752Vh 27-Inch Monitor

#1
hellrazor
27 inch, 1080p.

by: Cristian_25H
"The monitor delivers the response time and image quality that power users have come to expect[...]"

[...] crisp, clear images [...] when gaming [...].
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#2
Completely Bonkers


An enthusiast site, like TPU, should be embarrassed to carry "news" marketing-PR like this. Time for an overhaul on the news policy CTRL C+P
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#3
natr0n
I sneeze on this monitors resolution
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#5
silapakorn
I use 1080p 27" monitor and the game still looks crisp at 50 cm. distance. What is necessary is 120hz, though.
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#6
zAAm
AOC, the leader in monitor display technology
Sigh, I wish everyone would stop spewing this crap in all press releases... Lying won't get you anywhere around here.

They should just say: "AOC, a company specializing in monitor display technology, has released blah blah..."
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#7
HomerPepsi
by: zAAm
Sigh, I wish everyone would stop spewing this crap in all press releases... Lying won't get you anywhere around here.

They should just say: "AOC, a company specializing in monitor display technology, has released blah blah..."
My thoughts exactly.
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#9
Prima.Vera
I would love to see for some change, any other type of comments except regarding the resolution. Some dudes are obviously set up only to those type of unhelpful comments. Just like (ro)bots. Same comments each time. Laughable really... ;)
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