|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
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AOC I2777FQ 27-inch Screen LED-lit Monitor
Slim Design with the Connectivity You Need
The AOC I2777FQ offers great image quality at 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, while providing features and connectivity that benefits you. The 27-inch class monitor features an IPS panel that gives wide-viewing angles for color uniformity. It's slim in design with extra narrow bezel and offers vibrant images with 50M:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The I2777FQ also has all the connectivity you need for high quality digital video and audio.
Slim in Design with the Right Connectivity
AOC’s I2777FQ has a slim design and extra narrow bezel that is perfect for saving desktop space, while giving you the optimum 27-inch viewable image screen with 16:9 aspect ratio. The LED backlit monitor runs a maximum 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution. The I2777FQ comes with two 3-watt speakers, and VGA, Display Port, HDMI, HDMI- MHL connections for your needs for high-quality digital video and audio.
Clear Visibility and Vibrant Images
With a 50,000,000:1 contrast ratio and 5 ms response time, the I2777FQ provides vibrant images and reveals darker image areas in greater depth. You can watch videos or play games without missing a beat.
The I2777FQ comes with VESA 75-millimeter wall mount compliant feature that allows you to have the monitor mounted on the wall with the appropriate mounting accessory. The I2777FQ is both EPEAT and Energy Star certified with low-power consumption, and comes with AOC's eSaver and OSD Menu for user-friendly configuration and navigation.
|Panel||WLED Backlit - IPS LED Panel|
|SmartResponse Time||5 ms (Gray to Gray)|
|Viewable Angle||178 degrees horizontal, 178 degrees vertical|
|Maximum Resolution||1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz|
|Display Colors||16.7 Million|
|Connectivity||VGA, Display Port, HDMI, HDMI-MHL|
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|Item Dimensions||5.87 x 25.6 x 20.75 in||8.87 x 24.51 x 17.37 in||8.1 x 28.6 x 19.4 in||7.18 x 17.83 x 24.54 in||7.3 x 21.3 x 16.3 in||6.8 x 24.4 x 17.9 in|
|Item Weight||18 lbs||11.46 lbs||14.3 lbs||9.92 lbs||7.1 lbs||12 lbs|
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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This is absurdly good for $99. When building my desktop I went over budget, so I decided to buy two of the cheapest but still tolerable 1080p monitors I could find and swap them out later. But after a couple months of use, I'm very pleasantly surprised and in absolutely no rush to replace these. I now plan on keeping them until 4k content is significantly more widespread, which will probably be years.
Note - I took the pictures of the displays with a cruddy phone camera that had no custom settings and has difficulty focusing. Please don't judge the display quality by those, at least as far as color and image clarity! They're mostly intended to show what the borders look like and give a rough idea.
1. It's kind of wobbly. I don't think it's terrible, but I do normally keep one against the wall of my desk hutch and the other in direct contact with the first, so this probably helps mitigate that. I really only notice it if something bumps into the desk with a decent amount of momentum.
2. Somewhat related - it's hard to keep the monitors positioned precisely. You can see in my pictures that they are slightly misaligned in relation to each other, and this is not for lack of trying. I've put a decent amount of effort into lining them up properly, but the angle is a bit difficult to control.
3. Doesn't ship with a DVI cable; despite being 1080p with 5ms refresh and capable of 60fps, it comes with a VGA cable for some reason. If you want to send email and check Facebook, this is fine, but at a certain point VGA starts to fall off. It's noticeable for me, but I'm running games in 1080p at a high framerate. This isn't a huge deal since you can get two DVI cables for about $20, but I was a bit disappointed and was stuck with using VGA for a week until my new cables came, plus now I have VGA cables lying around that I don't know what to do with. Again, though, not a huge deal, and if I'd read a bit more carefully I would have seen that there was no DVI cable before I bought these and wouldn't have had to wait.
1. It is frameless, but not borderless. By frameless I mean that the black border around the display does not protrude and is sort of sealed under the screen so the surface is totally flat and smooth. It definitely appears to be borderless when it is off, as you can see in one of my included pictures, but when you turn it on there is absolutely a black border. However, that is very clearly shown in the advertised product picture, so it's not really misleading. And it is still a very thin border that is much less noticeable than the frame on the significant majority of monitors, particularly when displaying dark images (pictures of dark and light images included in review).
2. There are no HDMI ports or speakers. It supports VGA and DVI. I prefer DVI to HDMI and wanted to be able to choose my own speakers anyway, but this may be a concern for some.
3. It is not VESA compatible by default, but there are adapters you can buy which are not very expensive. Most users don't have much desire to take advantage of VESA anyway and just keep the default stands even with compatible monitors, but I was considering keeping one at 90 degrees so I could see more of my code at once when programming.
4. The color is average. It is definitely not substandard, but if I were still doing design work I would not be satisfied with these monitors. That said, for such purposes I really doubt I (or anyone else with a decent amount of experience with that) would be satisfied by ANY display priced in < $100 range, and if you are not planning on doing things like that then this probably won't pose an issue for you.
1. Price. This is a truly fantastic value and I would recommend it to anyone who wants an inexpensive monitor (unless they want a very, very cheap 800x600 or lower just to display a terminal for their server or something like that, in which case I'd recommend bringing $10 to a couple garage sales - but that is a rare exception, so "anyone" isn't far off).
2. 1080p on 21.5" is rather crisp. I deliberately chose a smaller monitor not only to fit my desk but also because 1080p on, say, 27" starts to become a bit lackluster. I don't have that problem here at all.
3. ~~*~**aesthetic**~*~~. Seriously, though, it's a very attractive monitor, and I mean this separately from the display. It is slim and sleek in appearance, with a base and bottom frame that look like brushed metal. The rest of the monitor besides the display is black. It overall looks pretty cool.
4. Quick and smooth response. I haven't experienced any apparent delays when gaming or doing anything else.
5. Easy-to-navigate button menu that provides a significant amount of control over the display. A lot of that can be done through control panel/system preferences/graphics card software/etc without touching the monitor, but it's convenient regardless.
6. Simple assembly. That's true for most monitors, so this isn't a critical point, but this one was particularly quick.
7. Extremely fast shipping. Ordered at about 1am Friday the 19th and received early afternoon Saturday the 20th. This was with free Prime shipping, not one-day or anything. This could vary based on your location, but the fact that the seller is Amazon directly should help with shipping speed in general.
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.
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