When AOC first announced its Agon sub-brand for all the gamers, we had a feeling that plenty of good things were in the works. Adding to the growing collection are a pair of AOC Agon gaming monitors for the US market, plus three more that should be on the way soon.
Both of the new AOC Agon gaming monitors are 24-inchers and are "made for the enthusiastic and highly competitive gamers." The AOC AG241QG with G-SYNC (listed at $699, selling at $549) is the more premium of the two, boasting NVIDIA's popular technology and a 165 Hz refresh rate. If you want to save a few bucks, you can grab the AOC AG241QX with Adaptive Sync (listed at $499, selling at $399). Both gaming monitors are quad HD and offer a 1 ms response time.
And in both cases, you can expect the respective "sync" technology to work its wonders, virtually eliminating the common problems of motion blur and screen tearing. You can also expect AOC Flicker-Free Technology to minimize eye strain during those extended gaming sessions.
Looking ahead, AOC also has plans for the 27-inch AG271UG with G-Sync and the 35-inch curved AG352UCG, also with G-Sync. Both are expected to ship in late March. Tehy will be followed by the 240Hz AG251FZ in May. Read the press release below for more details.