AOC 23 inch IPS Monitor, Display Port, 2 x HDMI, VGA, MHL, Speakers, Vesa I2369VM
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- LED panel: Hg free
- IPS panel offers vivid colours and wide viewing angles. Contrast Ratio : 1000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio : 20M:1 Pixel pitch : 0.265
- Mobile HD link - connect mobile phones or other portable devices for Full HD video and digital surround sound. Power source 100 - 240V
- DCR of 50,000,000:1, displays darker images with more depth and detail.Visible screen size:509.76x286.74 mm
- The LED backlight panel requires 50% less energy than typical 4CCFL monitors
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AOC I2369VM 23 inch VGA/HDMI x 2 IPS Monitor - Black.
This monitor comes with Manual, Support Disc and UK Power Lead
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AOC IPS Monitor
Multimedia excitement with extra-wide viewing angles.
This stylish Full HD monitor comes with a slim bezel, an IPS panel for accurate colours, Display Port, HDMI (MHL) and VGA connectors as well as speakers.
- Slick IPS display with speakers
- 5ms response time
- Integrated speakers
No matter if you are viewing photos, videos, a magazine layout in InDesign or playing your favourite game – we want your content to look excellent from whatever angle you are seeing it. That is why this display comes with an advanced IPS panel, which produces brilliant colours and offers wide viewing angles. This way, images always look excellent and accurate, regardless from which angle you – or your friends and co-workers sitting or standing next to you – are looking at the screen.
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) technology lets you mirror the content from your portable devices directly on this display. Use an MHL cable to connect your smartphone or tablet and bring all your entertainment to life on the large monitor screen with full digital sound. Relax and enjoy your games, movies, photos and apps on the big screen while charging your mobile device at the same time.
- Productline: Style-line
- Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Contrast (static): 1000:1
- Contrast (dynamic): 50M:1
- Brightness (typical):250 nits
- Viewing angle (CR5):178/178 º
- Response time:5 ms
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Won’t mark down for the tinny speakers, they do a job and there is an audio out/headphone jack if you want to connect better speakers.
Will dock a star for two small flaws:
- the monitor will only tilt adjust. Height adjust would have been useful
- while there is no power brick (a good thing), the power (kettle) lead plugs directly into the back at 90 degrees (see picture), requiring a good few inches of extra space at the back of the monitor. It can’t be pushed too close to a wall and eats up valuable desk space. The same problem for the video sockets. Vertical sockets would have made a difference.
I will start with the good points.
1. great viewing angles
2. Vast selection of input connectivity (Acer only 1 x display port, its a G-sync thing)
3. Reasonably thin bezel (at this price point)
4. No back light bleed or flicker
The bad points
1. not as vibrant color as my TN Acer (unable to get it even close through color calibration manually).
2. super slow wake up time (from PC running but monitor sleeping). Literally about 5 or 6 seconds from mouse movement compared to a split second on the Acer. This seems to bug me the most as when I have an idea I want to access my work ASAP before anything can distract me (cons of working at home). 5-6 seconds sounds like nothing but is plenty time for someone to assume you are not doing anything and side line you out of your thought bubble and bang you have lost that trail of thought.
3. No height adjust on stand ( no biggie but would be nice, good old fashioned books to the rescue!)
4. The worst speakers I have ever heard on a product costing more than 10 quid, AOC should have not included speakers and just put in a audio pass through. ok for the system sounds of windows etc but vocals and music sound horrendous without even getting to a decent volume in a quiet room. Thankfully I have a DAC + amp so not an issue in my use case. AOC please remove them and lower the price a tad as I doubt anyone will ever use them making them a waste of resources and unnecessary expenditure during manufacturing. Even a cheap (under a tenner) no name bluetooth speaker trumps it for audio.
In summery, you get what you pay for, I was expecting this monitor to beat or at least give the Acer a run for its money on the vibrancy of color, BIG let down. It seems it has less to do with type of screen (even though IPS is supposed to be far superior to TN) and more to do with the quality of the panel. I would say color is on par with a 5+ year old mid range samsung monitor I have (albeit at a higher resolution).
If this was to use as my main screen I would return it, but as a secondary it is ok for the price (just not the great IPS experience that is hyped so much). So I now know that a GOOD TN panel can actually beat an average IPS monitor for color reproduction (I was suprised by this).
If I was looking for another monitor I would look else where, this AOC is not bad but far from great. If you can get it on an offer it is good value at bellow £100.
It's pretty good for gaming , there's no noticeable response lag and it can be immersive with the lack of bezels.
Now you're wondering this all sounds good , what's the bad part? Basically the speakers are horrifyingly bad , they're quiet tinny , I mean my phone speakers sound clearer. Luckily I have a good audio setup , but if you're considering the speakers as a feature look else where because these are bad.
One negative I would mention is that when I first set it up I did notice the monitor judder when I touched my desk (my desk is a bit on the cheapo side). Maybe because of how light it was compared to my old monitor, but I never noticed that shaking. I have resolved this issue now by buying a wall bracket from Amazon for very little money.