Tuesday, December 15th 2015

AOC Prepares Three Frontline Monitor Launches for CES 2016

AOC is giving final touches to a trio of high-end PC monitors, which it plans to unveil at the 2016 CES. These include the 35-inch curved C3583FQ, the 28-inch 4K U2879VF, and the stylish 27-inch I2781FH, pictured in that order. AOC teased the three without putting out too many specs. The I2781FH is likely a 1080p or 1440p display, with a stylish, single-piece metal stand, and HDMI inputs. The U2879VF features a 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) panel, DisplayPort 1.2a (supports AMD FreeSync), and HDMI 2.0. The C3583FQ is a bit of an enigma, this 35-incher features a curved panel of a yet unknown resolution, but which supports 160 Hz refresh-rates.
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8 Comments on AOC Prepares Three Frontline Monitor Launches for CES 2016

#1
Uplink10
"btarunr said:
with a stylish, single-piece metal stand
People need adjustable and not stylish.
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#2
Dethroy
Still waiting for that 21:9 1440p non-proprietary 100Hz+ OLED display. Make it happen!
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#3
pidgin
CUrrent displays are a joke. Have to wait for OLED
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#4
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
"Uplink10 said:
People need adjustable and not stylish.
And failing that, Vesa mounts.
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#5
ZoneDymo
"pidgin said:
CUrrent displays are a joke. Have to wait for OLED
yeah good luck staying with what you have then for like 4 more years...
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#6
pidgin
"ZoneDymo said:
yeah good luck staying with what you have then for like 4 more years...
? dell u2312hm - one of the best for my criteria - no bleed whatsoever, flicker-free. Will easily stay 2-3 years more if it wont break down
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#7
HumanSmoke
"btarunr said:
The C3583FQ is a bit of an enigma, this 35-incher features a curved panel of a yet unknown resolution, but which supports 160 Hz refresh-rates.
Well, considering the curved panel and high refresh rate (although I suspect 160Hz is some overdriven spec, or just marketing. The G2460PF was also supposed to be 160Hz but capped at 144Hz), I'd say the prime suspect be AU Optronics M350DVR01.0 ( 2560x1080, A-MVA 3 panel, nominal 144Hz refresh, 8-bit colour, R2000 curve). The same panel is used in the Acer Predator Z35.
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#8
Sir Alex Ice
I bought Dell U2415, because LED and IPS and adjustable in any damn possible way. Expensive, but worth it!
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