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    AOC launches C24G1, C27G1 and C32G1 G1 Series monitors

    These are curved gaming monitors with VA panels, FreeSync, 144Hz refresh, low input lag.
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    Re: AOC launches C24G1, C27G1 and C32G1 G1 Series monitors

    Mildly interesting if it wasn't for the fact they are all full HD. That's OK for a 24" monitor, but not for a 27" and certainly not for a 32" monitor.

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    Re: AOC launches C24G1, C27G1 and C32G1 G1 Series monitors

    Looks like they are designed to fit next to each other, so resolution is less of a problem - you do have to buy multiple monitors then though!
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    Re: AOC launches C24G1, C27G1 and C32G1 G1 Series monitors

    I do generally agree regarding the resolution / size issue but perhaps some excuses could be:

    I suppose the viewing distance may be further away than for a standard monitor, making the lower res less of an issue.

    You're operating these in multiples and as a result you need to keep the unit cost down and on top of that you need to be able to drive all 3 monitors at a decent frame rate.

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