AOC 27" 1080p IPS LED Monitor w/ 2 HDMI

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AOC 27" 1080p IPS LED Monitor w/ 2 HDMI
Price: $209.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $15 Two-Day OR $18 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: (Monday, Jun 23 to Tuesday, Jun 24) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Great reviews (4.6 out of 5.0) over at bestbuy.com and check out all the info engadget has pulled together

This seems to be a better deal and it’s HP

I’ve purchased four of these from previous Woot and they’re gorgeous. Not a scratch on them, easy setup, great display.

This is an excellent display at this price point. Not sure why they still have these when a newer model came out about a year ago. But at this price you can’t go wrong with this very nice AOC IPS monitor.

I have one of these and for the money, it can’t be beat. great for gaming too.

For those who can wait, higher resolution monitors than 1440p 2160p aka 4K))for around $500 are being promised by Christmas, according to Intel and monitor manufacturers Intel is working with, at a recent trade show in Taiwan. I never could understand why a 27" monitor should only be 1080p, or even 1440p

I’m saving my money for those. I’m so sick and tired of very little progress in monitors for the past few years.

I am waiting for the price to get down to around $160 :slight_smile:

Response time on that seems unusually high. Think I’d prefer the 5ms for an extra 5 bucks.

I bought one of these on woot a year ago and have had nothing but problems. I started having problems with it 2 weeks after I got it. The screen flashes or just scrambles and require that the unit be powered down for 3-30 minutes sometime multiple times a data. DO NOT BUY THESE.

I bought one of these from Woot another time they were up. Had to return it for having a huge stick pixel patch. It was nothing I’ve seen before. Woot took it back and I got a full refund so I’m good.

Friend of mine bought the same one, from the same batch and still uses and loves his.

I just bought my AOC 27" monitor from Best Buy for $180 (tax incl). I didn’t check the specs on this monitor, but mine has a 2ms response time, 20mil:1 contrast, 1080p and it’s not a referb

Best Buy currently has an AOC 27" (not IPS) for $199.99 with 2ms response time.

But honestly, I’ll never buy another AOC again. They’re pieces of shit. Came broken right out of the box. HDMI did not work, only VGA port.

The monitor you purchased was not an IPS meaning that it will not have the same color reproduction and angles that this IPS will offer.

I have and love this monitor. I highly recommend it. I tried several monitors before settling on this one. The calibrated color reproduction is excellent, the contrast is superior to many IPS monitors which do not hold up to their stated 1000:1 native ratio, the response time is excellent for an IPS, Input lag is extremely low, and it has a very sturdy base. Overall, its an excellent buy if your ok with the 1920x1080p. I’m a gamer so I didn’t mind. Also not their is no VESA mounting for this bad boy.

Using the one I bought from Woot awhile back. Great monitor.