Wednesday, June 24th 2020

AOC Announces China Exclusive U28P2U Monitor: 28", 4K, IPS

AOC has recently listed a new monitor on its Chinese website, the U28P2U/BS is a 28 inch 4K IPS monitor featuring a 4 ms G2G response time, and a 60Hz refresh rate. The screen seems to be more orientated to the office/creator community with a typical brightness of 300 cd/m², 1000:1 contrast ratio, 1.07 billion color bit depth, and 178° viewing angle. Color accuracy on the monitor includes 119% sRGB color space coverage, 107% NTSC coverage, and 97% DCI-P3 coverage along with an average factory calibration of ΔE<2.

In terms of I/O the monitor includes x2 HDMI2.0, DisplayPort, x4 USB3.2 Gen1 Type-A (1x with fast charging), 1x USB upstream, and x1 3.5 mm audio output. The included stand features tilt (-5°- 35°), pivot (0° - 90°), swivel (+/- 175°), and height adjustment of 130 mm, VESA mounting is also possible with the 100×100 mount. Pricing and availability are currently unknown.
Source: AOC
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8 Comments on AOC Announces China Exclusive U28P2U Monitor: 28", 4K, IPS

#1
cucker tarlson
if you're doing 60hz in 2020 you're doing it wrong

budget phones get 90hz,office monitors get 75.get real.
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#2
Dammeron
cucker tarlson
if you're doing 60hz in 2020 you're doing it wrong

budget phones get 90hz,office monitors get 75.get real.
I guess NEC PA and EIZO CS/CG are utter garbage then...
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Recon-UK
Dammeron
NEC PA
Considering the market AOC aims for... 60hz is garbage.
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#4
Caring1
Recon-UK
Considering the market AOC aims for... 60hz is garbage.
As is 300 cd/m² .
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#5
Recon-UK
Caring1
As is 300 cd/m² .
300 is quite ok, 350 exist but they are so bright you end up turning them down to around 300 anyway.

With IPS tech being so much better than it used to be, i see no excuse for the 60hz refresh, even 75hz is a large step up.
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Caring1
Recon-UK
300 is quite ok, 350 exist but they are so bright you end up turning them down to around 300 anyway.

With IPS tech being so much better than it used to be, i see no excuse for the 60hz refresh, even 75hz is a large step up.
400 is the minimum for HDR certification, HDR1000 can have over 1000cd/m²
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Recon-UK
Caring1
400 is the minimum for HDR certification, HDR1000 can have over 1000cd/m²
For HDR yes, but not all of us run HDR monitors & most games don't work all that great with HDR.
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#8
Dammeron
Recon-UK
Considering the market AOC aims for... 60hz is garbage.
Cause office/basic graphic work needs that 75+ Hz... Besides, finding 4K display with wide gamut, 8bit+ colour depth, high refresh rate at a decent price (since it's for office) is not that easy.
Caring1
400 is the minimum for HDR certification, HDR1000 can have over 1000cd/m²
Minimum peak brightness (required for HDR 400-1400) is not the same, as typical brightness.
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