AOC U2868PQU 28" UHD 4K 3840x2160 LED Monitor
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
Customers also shopped for
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
At 28 inches in size, the AOC U2868PQU Ultra High Definition Monitor provides an expansive display area. Equipped with a 4K Ultra HD display panel, it has a stunningly detailed resolution of 3840 x 2160 - equivalent to four Full HD displays - combined with 10-bit Deep Color that ensures more realistic hues with smoother gradients. Used for dedicated image editing and display, its exceptional accuracy will add comfort and convenience to CAD/CAM and other graphic design professionals. With an impressive1ms (GTG) screen response time, it is well suited to video and animation, with every moment of intense action in movies and games delivered smoothly and without stutter. The AOC U2868PQU sits boldly on an ergonomic base, making it easy for users to tilt, pivot and swivel the monitor to just the right position. Specifications * Panel size: 28" * Screen Ratio:16:9 * Response Time: 1ms (GtoG) * Recommended Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD) @60Hz * Contrast Ratio: 1,000:1 (Typical),80,000,000:1 (DCR) * Brightness (Typical): 300 cd/m² * Display Color: 1.073G * Viewing Angle (H/V): 170/160 * Input Connector: D-Sub , Dual link DVI,HDMI(MHL) & DP, USB 2.0(x2), USB3.0 (x2) * Cable: D-Sub, Dual link DVI, HDMI, Display Port, MHL & Audio Cable, USB A-B Cable ( By region) * Built-in Speaker: 3W/Audio out*1 * HDCP Compatible: YES * Input Power: 110-240VAC, 50/60Hz * Operating Mode (W): 65W * Standby Mode (W): * Wall Mount: 100x100 * Tilt: -5°~23° * Pivot: 0°~90° * Height Adjust: 130mm * Swivel: ±160° * Plug & Play: VESA DDC2BTM & DDC2B/CI * USB Plug: Yes * USB ports: 1up 4Down(USB2.0*2/USB3.0*2) * OSD Languages: 16 Languages
Showing 1-4 of 4 reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Beautiful build quality. The adjustable stand is one that all monitor manufacturer's should be judged by. Matte screen so minimally reflective. Comes with every cable imaginable for connections. USB 3.0 hub on monitor and fast charging port for portable devices. Easy to assemble and setup. At least looking at the monitor is nice.
1st thing, upon turning on the monitor you're typically greeted with a capacitor blowing sound of a *POP* from the built in speakers regardless of the input type.
Secondly, a terribly annoying flickering at the bottom of the screen, again regardless of input cable, and a nasty vertical line appeared after about 12 hours right down the center of the screen.
3RD and MOST important, there is a noticeable and measurable 50ms input lag, this makes gaming nigh impossible. Even on the desktop when navigating it's noticeable. It's even MORE apparent if you're running multiple monitors ans switch between them. It's not "slight" input lag, it's MASSIVE input lag.
So basically the image is great but it's a pain to actually use since you feel like your computer is constantly playing catch up.
Now I know that some people will wonder if it was my gpu that couldn't keep up but I tried several different one's to rule out that possibility. I tried with my R9 295x2 and R9 390x, then again with a friends Nvidia gpu, and all experienced that terrible lag.
Thinking that maybe if I tried the Dual Link DVI cable I could at least try 1440p or even 1080p, but as soon as you use any other connection than the DP it goes from a 60hz monitor to a 30hz monitor.
Needless to say after a couple days of dealing with this the best course of action was to box it up and ship it back, time to try again when I save up a bit more money.
That's what I recommend most people do, I'm not going to excuse any issues on something this expensive to save face and not look like I made a mistake, and if you're a gamer of any variety, THIS monitor is a mistake for you.
I just wanted to let you all know my experience with it.
1st, the popping, usually followed by screen tears which increased in occurrence until the monitor would go blank & reset. Then shortly after it came back on it would begin it again. Regardless of input cable, resolution setting, Hz, V-Sync, and locking the frame rate.
2nd and worst was the MASSIVE input lag. 1ms response is not even a joke, its a flat LIE. I didn't get a measurement to confirm his 50ms assessment, but it was so dramatic in delay it was unusable. Felt like you were trying to run your mouse cursor through water, even at the desktop.
Pro: The picture was gorgeous, and stand was nice, easy to setup, versatile.