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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 936 reviews

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great IPS for Photography

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    After much research for an inexpensive IPS monitor for photography, I came across this one. Always the larger the screen, the better but for the space I have, this was the biggest I could fit. The colors and pretty spot on, so not much need to calibrate it really. I don't like that the power button is on the back of the monitor and so small and that the stand is the only way to use it (No holes to screw into a bracket but those tilt up and down) but for the price, I couldn't pass it up. Also since I am doing photography, I chose this one because of the matte screen. I wasn't sure about the AOC brand but no complaints yet.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Monitor to buy

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    I've been using the AOC monitor for a while now and my gaming skills have improved. The picture quality of this monitor is really crisp and clear. I love the way it is easy to setup and just start playing.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Looks good. Works well.

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    Bought two - one for daughter's dorm room and one for home office. All things working well one month after purchase. For PC connection.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great monitor for your desk

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    These monitors are the bomb, yo! Crystal clear and super sweet!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great monitor

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    Very pleased with this purchase. Great add on with my Microsoft 950 mobile.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great monitor for a good price

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    I am very impressed with the picture quality of this screen, the colors are close in accuracy and saturation to a plasma panel (a very good quality). The almost edge to edge design of the display is just icing on the cake. Though there is no HDMI port on this monitor, AOC was kind enough to include a dvi to hdmi cable so hooking it up to my PC (with only VGA and hdmi video ports) was not an issue. IPS is the way to go for the best picture quality that makes for a beautiful 1080p panel for a wallet friendly price.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent for the price

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    These monitors are a fantastic deal, considering there are tons of low-end monitors without IPS panels selling for more than this. The IPS panel works as advertised, with great viewing angles and excellent brightness and dynamic range. The monitor also has plenty of inputs and actually include a nice variety of cables. The design looks good, but the stands are very flimsy and lack flexibility in how they can be positioned. Also, these are advertised as borderless monitors, and they certainly are not. They look borderless when they're off, but once you turn them on you see a 1/2" border all around. Not a big deal, but not as advertised. A final thought would be that the colors -- while good -- would be questionable for mission-critical photo work. I bought two of these monitors, and when set to the identical settings they both have very different color palettes. I will need to calibrate them at some point and see if that makes a difference. But I'd say that if you need to have more than one and they need to have matched colors, you might want to look elsewhere. Otherwise, these are pretty excellent monitors for the price and I'm happy with the purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Value

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    Due to space limitations, I have held off in upgrading my current older LCD/Tiff monitor. However the new thinner ISP monitors will now allow me to upgrade from 19" 4:3 to a 23" 16:9. The current sales at Best Buy make now the time to buy. I went to compare Dell, Acer, HP, and AOC that all have width specification I require. Like a TV, I want to compare image quality between the brands. Best Buy had quite a few monitors running with the same picture and the AOC stood out with the best picture. Whether the others were running at the default settings or not, I don't know, but the AOC had more accurate color, brightness, and contrast. Also, My office is bright and the matte screen is a plus. Assembly out of the box is simple, screw the base to the mount, and slide the monitor stem into the base until it clicks. The base and mount are not the most sturdy, but adequate. If this monitor is placed on a sturdy flat level surface, there will be no problems. Hookup is simple, especially since AOC supplies 2 video cables, VGA to VGA and HDMI to DVI. This monitor does not have HDMI input. Windows 8 will automatically install the latest driver and the default settings are adequate for most applications. The menu and control buttons are on the back at the right side. They are straight forward and offer many adjustments for those who require calibration. For most users the default, or one of the preset picture modes, will be sufficient. This monitor has built in ECO power settings, but I just use Windows power settings to control monitor activity. Using the monitor with another device is when you would need this ECO feature. AOC supplies a CD with User Guide, Drivers, and Tools. I have not used the CD other than to browse the User Guide, which is limited and to me of no value. Bottom line: The monitor works well right out of the box, truly PnP. Those complaining about the "thin bezel" not being as thin as pictured on the box, the bezel is only 3/8 in wide and the actual picture area is exactly 23" diagonally. Advertisers always photograph at angles to best accentuate their product. The angle of the image on the box does make the bezel appear a little thinner than it actually is at the scale they are showing. Those complaining about no VESA mounting, AOC makes the same monitor with VESA mounting just a different model number with other extra features, at an increase cost I'm sure. With this in mind, all inputs are on the back and not the bottom, which will require a few inches offset from a wall for the cables. Those who mentioned dead/stuck pixels, this is a possibility with any LED/LCD display and not the norm. My unit does not have this issue. Overall, I am very satisfied with this monitor. It looks sleek, modern, and performs very well. For the cost and what you get, this is a Great Value.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent Monitor

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    Needed another monitor for a Win-7 box I'm rebuilding & wanted a larger screen size than 21.5". For some reason I purchased an Acer 23" IPS (H236HL) on sale for $99.99 at local BB. Within 1/2hr of connecting it I realized that I had made a serious mistake & promptly returned it. Purchased an AOC 21.5" IPS monitor (I2269VW) at local BB Oct 2015 that I'm very happy with. So traded the Acer for this AOC monitor; it’s every bit as good (better actually) as the 21.5” AOC I already had just with a bigger screen. Regarding inputs... I’ve read a lot of reviews (& Q&A’s) here on bestbuy.com, a lot of people make a big fuss about HDMI inputs. So I would like to address that issue for a moment. The ASUS video card (GT610-SL-1GD3-L) in my Win-7 box has both DVI & HDMI outputs; I have used both HDMI to DVI & DVI to DVI cables to connect it to the AOC 21.5” purchased last year & had HDCP compliance both ways. It’s reported by the nVidia drivers that run the card. The ONLY difference between DVI (DIGITAL video interface) & HDMI is that DVI is video only, where as HDMI is both video & audio; the key word here is: DIGITAL video. There is absolutely no difference in picture quality between DVI & HDMI; they both support the full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. As a test, I also connected the Samsung DVD player (DVD-C500) purchased last year at BB to the AOC 21.5” monitor using the HDMI to DVI cable, sound was provided by Insignia Powered Computer Speakers w/Sub (NS-PSD5321), movies played just fine. In fact, that type of setup (with this monitor) would be perfect for college students living in a dorm. Connect both speakers & monitor to a laptop.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Beautiful, great for gaming

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    I purchased this monitor to use as an "entry-level" gaming monitor. I guess its called entry level since its only 1080p (not 4K), its response time is only 5 ms (not 1 ms) and its refresh rate is only 60 Hz (instead of 120 Hz). However, this is by far the nicest monitor I have ever owned. The most graphics-intensive game I play is FFXIV, and it looks gorgeous on this monitor. My wife actually bought this monitor first for gaming and I went out and bought it too. So far no disappointment with these. Some may be disappointed in the lack of HDMI, which I admit is weird. It comes with a HDMI to DVI converter, but our PCs use DVI so we have no problems. There are no built-in speakers which used to be the norm for PC monitors. Honestly most built-in speakers are terrible anyway so why pay more for the feature? Hopefully this monitor lasts, because I like it so far.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Impressive Monitor For the Price!

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    I went into this purchase knowing absolutely nothing about this company AOC. after getting it home and connecting it to the iMac as a second monitor I was amazed at the quality of the monitor. Downfall of this monitor for most is, it does not have a HDMI port, only DVI and VGA. For me that was not a big deal since I was only going to be using this on VGA since thats the only adapter I have at the moment for the mac's mini video port. I didn't see a point in purchasing a new mini video port that has HDMI for the mac at this time. On VGA connections I am getting 1080p at 67fps. just as good as HDMI. The reason I give 4 stars is due to the fact it does not have a HDMI port. If it did it would be a 5 star review. If you don't need HDMI and need a good monitor that won't brake the bank look at the AOC 12367F Monitor. I think you will be greatly impressed. Check out my unboxing of the monitor at https://youtu.be/TJqyRRIWpOI

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Order this monitor for a gaming build

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    Order this for a pc build I was doing, and wasn't looking to spend a lot for a first time build. The picture quality is very good, and the slim design is great as there's not a lot of space available for were I have it located. It is a great monitor for gaming on a budget, and was about $40 cheaper then Amazon's list price. Also came with two different video cables which was nice and packaging was great.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    excellent monitor at this price point

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    Looks great from all angles and the display is perfect for the high-glare office environment. The only "quirk" was the DVI to HDMI converter, which works fine but I wasn't expecting it to require a converter - thought there would be an HDMI port on the monitor.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent monitors for the price

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    I started out with mismatched non IPS monitors, but then one of them had to go elsewhere. So it was decision time, get one IPS monitor for the primary or get 2 and call it a day. I splurged on 2 of these. The price on these IPS monitors are hard to beat, especially at the 23" size. It comes with a HDMI to DVI cable so you can plug in your Raspberry Pi ( for example ) to it. Unfortunately, these lack a VESA adapter, but they can be bought separately, luckily I have no need for it but if you wanted to make an all-in-one out of these, get the adapter. All in all, excellent monitors for the price, no dead pixels as well!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Very happy in general with this purchase.

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    I bought 2 of these to use them in a dual monitor setup. They came with cables for almost every connection possible. The image quality is equally good on both screens, even though one is being converted from HDMI to DVI and the other is going from DVI to DVI. This monitor model only has 1 DVI and 1 VGA input, no HDMI or speakers. In my case that is not an issue, since I have external speakers. I only have two complaints, one, the monitor is not VESA mountable, & two, the control buttons are on the back lower right-hand corner of the monitor. This can make them hard to reach on a dual monitor setup, especially on the left monitor when it's right next to the right monitor. You have to reach from underneath to turn it on. For me this was not a deal breaker when I considered the overall value that I got for the price I paid on sale. In general, I'm pretty satisfied with the moitors.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great monitor for daily use

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    I purchased this monitor for work purposes and have been using it 40 or more hours per week. I've only owned it for about a month but so far I like it. The monitor came very securely packaged and was easy to get set up. The package included a HDMI conversion cable as a bonus. So far this has proved to be a pretty good purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Everything I wanted

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    Affordable. Bright display, large but fits on desk along with my Toshiba laptop, and can work with my Mac PowerBook too. Use it as primary monitor. Conveniently has both VGA port and cable that fits the video adapter for the Mac, and a separate port and cable that fits my Toshiba laptop video port. Can transport in its box for on-site in-hotel use, although a little bulky (when doing auto travel, not flying).

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Monitor for Price

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    Needed a new monitor and found this one at a great price, very slim and what I like the most is that the edges of the monitor a very slim as to be barely noticeable. My last monitor had very large edges, and if you like to have more than one display these minimized edges allows it to feel more seamless between the two. Color, brightness and image quality are what one would expect in a modern monitor.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Excellent Monitor

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    Used this monitor on a lite gaming cpu. It performed excellently!!! Great as an entry level monitor!!!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Beautiful clear display

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    I moved up to this AOC 23" IPS monitor from my dual 20" 1080 ACER monitors. Their refresh was around 8ms. The AOC 23" IPS display is at 5ms refresh frequency rate, and its a DRASTIC change over the Acer. If i didn't play games the 20' would be fine. This AOC has zero ghosting, colors pop beautifully. Flat matte screen shows no glare. The brushed aluminum looking base and neck is a very nice touch.

    I would recommend this to a friend