Monday, August 24th 2009

AOC Launches 2436Vw Full-HD Monitor in North America

Displays specialist AOC today released the 2436Vw full-HD, 23.6 inch monitor to the North American markets. With a native resolution of 1920x1080 pixels, the 2436Vw intends to deliver its goods at a low price point.

The panel has a response time of 5 ms, and a dynamic contrast ratio of 30,000:1. It has a maximum brightness of 300 cd/m2. On the connectivity front, it features D-Sub and DVI. Boasting of a EPEAT Gold rating, and backed by a three-year warranty, the 2436Vw sells for US $214.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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8 Comments on AOC Launches 2436Vw Full-HD Monitor in North America

Bird of Prey
I think this monitor has a better CNR than my Vizio or as good as my Vizio one. I am glad to see more monitors with a cheaper price for a bigger one. My asus was a steal for a 22" but Id love to get my hands on a 30" Dell or Gateway or Apple LCD.
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i guess we have to wait for EU release if any. i wonder what will be the price in EU $214 = €214 ? if i buy the new ATI 5xxx this screen is a must.
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A Cheese Danish
Izliecies said:
Is AOC a good company?
Depends. I always thought they were the brand Element. But I could be wrong.
And they are alright afaik. Never owned one, but the picture is good on some of them.
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Well.... Not as cheap as a my BenQ I will need to see if this baby have higher image quality.
I will expect this be better than my El Cheapo $193 BenQ.
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Bird of Prey
Benq Monitors are pretty good. AOC is a pretty well known company just I dont think in the gamer enthusiast markets. There are tons of AOCs at school and a couple of jobs I worked at
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I have a 22" AOC. It's faultless for gaming but the PQ is a little washed out as compared to higher priced monitors. Much of that colour deficiency however is dealt with by nvidia digital vibrance - turn this up.
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AOC screens are always cheaper to make up for the slightly lower quality.

They're awesome for budget screens.
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