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    AOC announces four 165Hz curved G2 gaming displays

    Standard features: 1500R screen, FreeSync Premium, 1ms MPRT, stereo 2W speakers.
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    Re: AOC announces four 165Hz curved G2 gaming displays

    Shame about the 1080p, especially on the 27". Also not even HDR400

    The 24" U could be okay though, for the price, given the Freesync 165Hz, curved screen and USB hub.

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    Re: AOC announces four 165Hz curved G2 gaming displays

    I dont have an issue with 1920x1080, thats what I'm on now, so curved, usb hub and moreHz would work well for me as GPU would limit me going higher res..
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    Re: AOC announces four 165Hz curved G2 gaming displays

    What the world needs is more Vesa Display HDR 600 and Vesa DisplayHDR 1000 with fairly accurate colors and FLAT monitors!

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    Re: AOC announces four 165Hz curved G2 gaming displays

    The problem with all the monitors of the last 6 years is that they always have some caveat. Bad resolution, bad colors, low refresh rate, not bright enough, backlight bleeding, compatibility/technical issues, tiny display diagonal or an insane price. It's almost as if display manufacturers don't want my money.

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