Tuesday, November 6th 2012

AOC Releases the d2757Ph 27-inch 3D Monitor

AOC has just announced the European arrival of its latest widescreen monitor, the d2757Ph. This 27-inch model features an IPS panel, LED backlighting, and uses Film-type Patterned Retarder (FPR) technology to allow 3D viewing via polarized glasses (the display's bundle includes a pair of 3D glasses, and 3D clip-on glasses).

AOC's monitor also has a 10.6 mm profile, a slim frame, a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 5 ms response time, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 (20,000,000:1 DCR), plus one D-Sub and two HDMI inputs. The d2757Ph is backed by a three-year warranty and costs €279.
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15 Comments on AOC Releases the d2757Ph 27-inch 3D Monitor

#1
radrok
Inb4 y uno ips/1440p/selfwashin/coffeemachine
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#2
Delta6326
Looks very nice and similar to the New ASUS, but yes 1440p would be nice, but thats not a big problem for me.
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#3
Prima.Vera
Is this W-LED or RGB-LED?? I am getting tired of all those monitors with crappy bluish W-LED...Anyone knows a decent 27 incher with RGB-LED ???
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#4
Cristian_25H
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by: Prima.Vera
Is this W-LED or RGB-LED?? I am getting tired of all those monitors with crappy bluish W-LED...Anyone knows a decent 27 incher with RGB-LED ???
According to t-online-shop.de it has W-LED.
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#6
BigMack70
*sigh* 1600p on 10" tablets and 1080p on 27" monitors

because that makes perfect sense
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#7
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: BigMack70
*sigh* 1600p on 10" tablets and 1080p on 27" monitors

because that makes perfect sense
You can have 1440 on a 27" monitor for the price of that tablet you know.

Relax people, this will change.
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#8
mediasorcerer
Why are folks so down on 1080?
It takes a powerful gpu to run above that at good frame rates don't it?

Very suave design, i like the look of it.
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#9
hellrazor
by: mediasorcerer
Why are folks so down on 1080?
It takes a powerful gpu to run above that at good frame rates don't it?
Maybe in 2008.
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#10
silapakorn
27" monitor with 1080p is not that bad. I use one for almost a year now and am happy with it. Everything looks bigger and easier for the eyes. It doesn't strain your GPU either.

Although my graphic cards can handle 1440p games at highest setting and 60fps, I still prefer 1080p setting at 120fps on this 120hz monitor.
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#11
Completely Bonkers
by: mediasorcerer
Why are folks so down on 1080?
It takes a powerful gpu to run above that at good frame rates don't it?
In case you didnt realise... you dont need to run a screen native resolution when gaming. For example, let's say you had a RETINA screen 2880x1800. You GPU can't handle the lastest games? Then run it at 1440x900 for perfect pixel match, or somewhere in between and depending on the scaling engine in the screen, the quality might be top. Depends on your screen.
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#12
Prima.Vera
by: Completely Bonkers
In case you didnt realise... you dont need to run a screen native resolution when gaming. For example, let's say you had a RETINA screen 2880x1800. You GPU can't handle the lastest games? Then run it at 1440x900 for perfect pixel match, or somewhere in between and depending on the scaling engine in the screen, the quality might be top. Depends on your screen.
You're joking right?? Not playing a game on native resolution is nr 1 worst thing you can do to the quality of the graphics. I prefer gaming on a native 720p monitor than an upscaled 1080p on a 1440p monitor. And I don't think I am alone...:shadedshu
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BigMack70
by: Prima.Vera
You're joking right?? Not playing a game on native resolution is nr 1 worst thing you can do to the quality of the graphics. I prefer gaming on a native 720p monitor than an upscaled 1080p on a 1440p monitor. And I don't think I am alone...:shadedshu
Um... that's why he mentioned doing something like playing at 1440x900 on a 2880x1800 screen...

Playing at non-native resolution on an LCD is only a problem when the non-native resolution can't be mapped perfectly to the native resolution. 1440x900 would look fine on 2880x1800. 1280x720 would look fine on 2560x1440, 1920x1080 would look fine on 3840x2160, etc.

That last one is the resolution I'm excited for... though I'm betting we're at least 5 years away from seeing anything without an insane price tag at that resolution.
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#14
Prima.Vera
by: BigMack70
1440x900 would look fine on 2880x1800. 1280x720 would look fine on 2560x1440, 1920x1080 would look fine on 3840x2160, etc.
Do you have any proof of this?! From my experience with LCD monitors, every time you upscale a resolution, even if is 1:2 or 1:4, the image looks like carp, becomes blurry and washed...
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#15
BigMack70
Sure... if you run 1440x900 on 2880x1800, every pixel = mapped to a square block of 4 pixels

It's basically the same as having a 1440x900 monitor where each pixel is a block of 4 uniform pixels.

I imagine that some monitors might introduce some extra input lag or something with a non-native resolution (I'm not sure on that), but in terms of pure image quality, there's no issue.

Now, does a 2880x1800 picture look better than a 1440x900 picture? Sure, it has 4x the visual detail (which is a HUGE difference). However, any blurriness won't be due to the monitor displaying a non-native resolution, it will just be because the picture is lower resolution and has less detail.
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