AOC - Featured 28" LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor - Black & silver

Get a crystal clear picture with this LED 28-inch AOC widescreen monitor. The 4K technology resolution provides highly-detailed images, while the AMD Free Sync technology eliminates image stutter by matching graphics signal to the screen timing. Fast screen-response time on this AOC widescreen monitor lets you watch fast moving images without blurring.
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Great Entry Level 4k Monitor Posted by: from: on I bought 2 of these during the Memorial day sale. Two of these provide quite a bit of screen real estate. Are there better monitors out there? Sure but 2 of these for under $600 is pretty hard to beat. I will list some pros and cons below. Hope it helps! Pros: Great resolution 3840x2160. Make sure your GPU is capable at this setting Has VGA, HDMI, DP, and DVI inputs Comes with VGA, HDMI, and DP to DP 6 ft cables Fast refresh rate No tools required for stand Cons: No Vesa Mount No DVI Dual link cable. If your video card is a dual DVI output, you will need to purchase a cable. Stand is limited. Does not adjust up and down, only tilts Has about a 1/2"-5/8" bezel all the way around. most of the newer monitors have a bezel free design. May be important to some!

13 out of 13 found this review helpful.

Good Cheap 4k monitor that still has a VGA port. Posted by: from: on The Good - Affordable when on sale. -Real 38140x2160 resolution + Freesync. -VGA PORT for retro machines, you won't need a separate converting box for this monitor, and you can actually have your old 486 hooked up next to your new Intel\AMD-whatever, and the scaling is ok. -Real actual buttons for the OSD controls under the monitor face. These are not touch interface bull that can be interfered with by radio signals, that so many modern monitors want to use. -TN panel with a low response time, making this a monitor capable of actually playing very fast 2d side scrolling games, without heavy blur. Not as good as a CRT, but as good as your going to get for an LCD. -Dithering\banding not as heavy as other LCD's I've used. The Bad -Washed out oranges\browns no matter what contrast\bright settings used, glaring when used next to an acer that is really bright and solid on orange\browns. Probably wouldn't of noticed as much if it wasn't for this. I wouldn't get this monitor for professional photoshop work or something, Definitely a gaming monitor. -external power brick, with a short cable on the DC side, really 1 more foot of cabling would of been nice on the DC side so it doesn't dangle 3 inches off the floor. Expect to have to velcro the brick to the backside of the monitor or desk. - OCD is sluggish to navigate - OCD source input is a pain to use compared to most monitors. Requiring multiple presses to select a source then another to actually switch, instead of just pressing it once and going to the next source. Very odd design choice. Despite the negatives the positives for me make it a 5star. But if BB here had a 4.5 rating that's what I'd actually give it. The good far outweighs the bad, for what I actually do with this monitor.

34 out of 34 found this review helpful.

Decent value Posted by: from: on This monitor is decent value for the money, but quality control is a question with AOC. I was upgrading from the 1920x1200 24" Dell IPS display and made the mistake of setting too low a budget for 4k. I thought the high res was more important to me than the poor color accuracy and viewing angles of a TN panel. This was a mistake. Aside from the colors never looking as good as my Dell IPS, I could also never get the right black level/contrast. Either the blacks are all grey, or a bunch of the colors melt into the black. No good medium. Also I noticed 2 dead pixels and 4 stuck pixels on my monitor after a couple days. I returned and I'm saving more money for a 4k Dell IPS. If you are on a budget, want 4k, and aren't comparing to an IPS display, this is a great buy (if yours doesn't have any bad pixels). Otherwise, spend some more money and get something nicer.

21 out of 28 found this review helpful.

Great 4K Monitor for the dollar amount.. Posted by: from: on When I first got it I thought something was wrong with it but it was my system could not handle the 4K monitor. Bought a new system and it was amazing. I not sorry I spent a litte more and got the AOC 4K..

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Great monitor for the price! Posted by: from: on I really like this monitor. I've got it hooked up to a MacBook Pro 13" and it works like a charm. My only concern is that it (or the MacBook, can't tell which) seems to be sensitive to static electricity. I'll move my feet on my hardwood floor, and the monitor will flicker black. Really strange. That's my only concern. Other than that it's been great. Nice colors and depth, good blacks and looks fantastic with graphics applications and games. What makes me a bit excited is the text clarity. I work as a software developer, and as such I stare at text on the screen every day and having something that is easy on the eyes is key.

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Great HD display for the money. Posted by: from: on Wanted a freesync monitor to go with the RX 480 graphics card and love the results. Negatives are that stand is not adjustable and no vesa mount. Also no USB hub, but at $300 tough to beat. Suggest you read the full review on Tom's Hardware.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Great 4K monitor for the price Posted by: from: on Very good quality 4K monitor for the price. I got it on sale for less than 300.00 and am pleasantly surprised with the picture clarity, brightness, and the ability to make custom adjustments from the built in menu or the software menu that can be downloaded. I paired this with the new Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics card and have no complaints so far. I wish it had Gsync, but then the price would be double what it is. The lack of Gsync hasn't been a problem so far with any games I've played. I haven't noticed any light-bleed around the edges of the screen that a few people have mentioned. No regrets.

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Looks Great Over VGA Posted by: from: on Whenever I use any other input other than VGA it looks very blurry. Games look and run great while using a GTX 1080 using a DP to VGA adapter.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Decent flicker free 4k monitor Posted by: from: on Bought this because I have trouble with other 4k monitors flickering, and found this monitor flicker free. My main complaint is blacks are too gray.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Excellent monitor Posted by: from: Winston-Salem NC on Everyone is saying great monitor for price. But even ignoring the price, it's an excellent monitor. Great colors and clarity. Witcher 3 and over watch look and play wonderfully.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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