|Screen Size||27 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
AOC i2777fq 27-Inch Class IPS LED Monitor, Bezel-less, Full HD, 5ms, 50M:1 DCR,VGA/(2)HDMI,MHL /DP,VESA, Spk
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- 27" Class IPS LED Monitor (27" Viewable) Full HD 1920x 1080 resolution, Extra Narrow Bezel
- 16:9 Aspect Ratio w/ color support of 16.7 Million Colors
- Brightness - 250 cd/m2, Dynamic Contrast Ratio - 50,000,000:1, Response Time - 5ms
- Connectivity - VGA, (2)HDMI w MHL, Display Port, Audio In/Out.Wall Mountable 75mm, Slim Design, Speakers
- Scan Frequency:30-83KHz/ 50 76Hz
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AOC i2777fq 27-Inch Class IPS LED-Lit Monitor, Full HD 1920x1080 Resolution, 5ms, 50M:1 DCR, 250cd/m2 Brightness, VGA / (2)HDMI,MHL /DP, Audio In/Out, Wall Mountable, Speakers, Extra Narrow Bezel, Slim Design
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So far I've bought three of these things and they look and work great. The monitor itself is 22", but not that the screen is actually only 21.5". Assembly is simple, take out the base, screw the stand into the back with the thumb screw, and then slide the monitor into the base. The monitor has VGA and DVI as input choices, though I wish to see HDMI or Displayport, it's not enough for me to knock off a star. Also no there is no vesa mounting option built into the monitor. There are adapters you can buy that will slide onto the screen and enable it to be mounted, but it still should be noted.
Edit: I recently bought a triple monitor stand and have mounted these monitors to the stand. While VESA adapters do exist, they are expensive, so I went with the DIY approach. Total cost was less than $10 total. I got a 10 foot roll of Galvanized Strapping (used to hang pipes from the ceiling), washers, nuts that would fit onto the included vesa screws, and some heavy duty duck tape. Cut pieces of the stripping to match the holes in the vesa mount (I used the smaller 75mm holes). Wrap them in duct tape to prevent scratching the monitor. Put the screw through the holes in the vesa mount and place 2 strips of the strapping on each mount, one across the top pair of holes and one across the bottom. Put a washer over the screw and loosely put a nut on each screw. You should be able to slide the monitor stand into the brackets you just made. Use a pair of pliers and screwdriver to tighten the screws in place. Repeat for each monitor, and make sure that they are tight. I was able to align these vertically and horizontally without them sliding around.
But, if you don't need display port and are okay with mostly minor build quality issues, it is a solid monitor and worth the money.
The two caveats I have are that this software was NOT included in the packaging, and phoning tech support got me a lesser version of the software. You'll want to go find the correct software online.
I do a lot of gaming and needed something that would not bleed or ghost. Playing Titanfall 2 on these monitors is a blast and a real game changer from my existing monitors. The menus are not terribly hard to navigate and the fact that these came with display ports is an even bigger plus. I do see a lot of people complain about the image quality, which from what I can tell so far, is great! Now compare these to say my 65" 4k HD Smart TV, of course there will be a difference, these are not 4k and do not advertise to be.
One thing I will say, out of the box, these only come with VGA cables, nothing else! So if you are like me and checked out some unboxing videos, do not be fooled, buy some display cables, or HDMI cables if you do not want a washed out image quality from using the VGA cables provided. I do have these hooked up through the display ports on my GTX 1060 just to be clear.
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