AOC 22" 1080p LED Monitor

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AOC 22" 1080p LED Monitor
Price: $89.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $12 Two-Day OR $17 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, May 19 to Tuesday, May 20) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
3/18/2014 - $89.99 (Woot-off) - 2 comment(s)
12/2/2013 - $89.99 (Woot-off) - 11 comment(s)
11/29/2013 - $89.99 (Woot-off) - 11 comment(s)

5/12/2014 - $89.99 (Woot Plus)
5/12/2014 - $89.99 (Woot Plus)
5/12/2014 - $89.99 (Woot Plus)

Time to check out the product page and check out these solid reviews (4.1 out of 5.0) over at microcenter

I don’t get it. Only $10 more at the microcenter link above, which is brand new, and comes with a 3 year warranty.

The pricing seems off for a refurbished model on here. Only 10 bucks off for used, and god knows what kind of warranty?

I have two or three AOC 1080p monitors around here of varying types (can’t be bothered to go count). Decent monitors, do what I want them to, but don’t expect to be able to find the wall mounts for them.

Well, the shipping from MC is a bit steeper at 17 smacks. So the final price difference is 117 vs 95 (22 dollar difference). I personally would probably want to spend the extra 22 bucks, but I’m the paranoid type lol.

Now if you live near a MC with that monitor in stock, then that’s a different story :slight_smile:

Here’s a link to a VESA compatible with this monitor (75x75mm up to 100x100). (10 bucks with free shipping if you have prime.)
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0016CDE0E?pc_redir=1400110131&robot_redir=1

I have this monitor from a Woot sale about two years ago, and I have not had any problems with it. I use it instead of the built in screen on my laptop and the picture quality is great. For this price it is a good investment in my opinion.

Less than a year after I purchased my current AOC monitor one of the pixels died in it so whenever the page I’m viewing is in dark colors I have a little red spot.

Have you tried to unstick it? If it is red is actually working just in a constant state of “stuck”. Search google for a pixel unsticker! You may be able to fix that pixel!

This is a bad monitor. AOC makes good monitor but this is not one of them.

I purchased this from Woot and had to send back in as it was defective (faded cells). And thank God it was as the viewing angle is terrible. It says 90° / 60°, most current monitors have a viewing angle of 170° / 160° and have much better colors than this. STAY AWAY from this

This is better

http://sellout.woot.com/offers/aoc-22-1080p-led-monitor-46

He/She does have a good point about those angles… Even for a TN panel that’s extremely limited… And the monitor they’re linking is literally equal or better in every way (better backlighting and angles for sure). Nice point Finaldestination…

The monitor in the link brighter, better viewing angle, but it does suffer from having the VESA mount on the base, instead of on the back of the monitor. Also, the linked monitors have a separate power brick. The monitor runs off of 12 volts. I have a few of this style but with the slightly larger screen, and I like them.

I recently broke the screen on the one mounted on my robot when I was putting it in the trunk of the car. Do not ram large pieces of metal into the screens, they don’t survive. So I am buying a replacement screen now. It doesn’t matter for most applications, but the 22" screen should fit better going into my trunk.

I was interested until I saw that these were AOC.

I noticed that there’s a number of comments in here saying that they’ve had good experiences with AOC…I don’t know if I have just dealt with a bad batch or what, but the company that I used to work for used AOC almost exclusively for approx 300 users. About a 6 to 8 months or so after everyone had their monitors changed over to the AOC contract we ended up switching over to some other brand (I think it was ACER?) because all of the AOCs started to failing en-mass. I literally could not go a week without a trouble ticket being put in about someone’s monitor either “not turning on at all”, the screen “getting really dark and almost unreadable”, or similar problems. The first 10 or so tickets I chalked up to the user doing something crazy and just not fessing up, but the time I hit 30 I knew something was up with those things.

Unless Woot starts offering stuff for completely free, I will never get a piece of AOC gear off of here. If you must buy AOC, at least make sure you have a warranty of some kind.