The LoL design comes with a new AOC monitor
Agon Pro AG275QXL, a novelty containing a 27 “, 1440p IPS panel with a refresh rate of 400 cd / m² at a refresh rate of 170 Hz.
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After his recent and quite pleasant dedication to headphones, it seems that AOC has not lost its main focus. Expanding its range of game monitors, the AOC screen that will be presented soon is a blessing for Riot Games. It will be the first model to be decorated with Hektech motifs from the popular game League of Legends.Display
Agon Pro AG275QXL, a novelty containing a 27 “, 1440p IPS panel with a refresh rate of 400 cd / m² at a refresh rate of 170 Hz. With a static contrast ratio of 1000: 1 and GtG response time of 1 millisecond.
The number of colors that can be displayed, although achieved by FRC, is 1.07 billion (98 percent sRGB and 94 percent coverage of DCI-P3 color space) and. In addition, of course, we will have full compatibility with major image enhancement technologies from NVIDIA and AMD, with FreeSync Premium and G-Sync; plus Adaptive-Sync image synchronization technology. VESA Display HDR 400 certification is also included, even if this is another more sonic weapon than a service with real advantages in the world of high dynamic range materials.Connection
I/O section is dominated by number two, as it has the same number DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0 input and USB 3.0 port (one of which is BC 1.2 standard), while it has three audio ports. The stand is adjustable in any way, and the two-way pivot is no exception, while those looking for an alternative bracket can take advantage of VESA holes of 100x100 mm. The offer is made even more attractive by 5 W stereo speakers awarded DTS ovens.
The MOBA, played by millions, is not only on the agenda in the form of patterns painted on the lining but one or two relevant functions have also been implemented. Built-in Light F Sync lighting (conspicuous on the back and stand) can be synchronized with in-game events, and a dedicated LoL mode ensures that all corners of Summoner’s Rift track are crystal clear (probably no more than a single color/brightness/contrast profile). As it was logical, it comes with a personalized game design. It features a transparent base with the title logo, spiced with great RGB LED lighting system and a customized command to move through the monitor menu.
The new model, along with the headphone holder, is expected to arrive on Amazon in March, with a price of $480 per box.
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