AOC Announces AGON AG273QCX and AG273QCG 144Hz HDR Monitors

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    2018 will be the year of 16:9 curved monitors... sigh. :oops:
     
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    HDR... TN?

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    .5ms response time, that is the only reason they use the TN panel, wish they would do a IPS with a 4ms response time i would be happy about that.
     

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    I don't believe it would even measure up to any recognized HDR standard. Just like that last "HDR" VA that stated its specs which were clearly a galaxy away from any standard... then reviewers found it to be worthless in reality.

    This TN's specs state 400 CD/M^2, that's 400 Nits at 1 meter. That's nowhere remotely close to making the cut for any HDR standard, it's an LCD, it needs to be insanely bright to create enough contrast to actually be HDR compliant. There is obviously no set number and it depends, but there's no chance 400 CD/M^2 on any type of LCD would be enough.

    Also, being a TN, its colours are going to be ass, so even if it can technically display X amount of colours at X bit depth, that's pretty worthless if it's all janky.

    Oh and that "0.5ms" is a useless advertising term as well and nothing more. 0.5ms response time of what? Their imagination? As if grey to grey wasn't useless enough of a spec.


    I'm still waiting for that 165Hz, IPS/PLS/AHVA, 1440p, 27"+ monitor, which is actually HDR compliant, to become available. I'd just buy a damn TV if there were high refresh rate ones with low enough input lag and response time.
     
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    Why is the picture saying VA for the AG273QCG ???


    And i found this picture on the internet.

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    For the AG273UG & AG353UCG IPS and VA panels in June and August 2018. That is sooooo far far away man :(

     

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