New AOC 24” Gaming Monitor with NVIDIA G-SYNC Technology Promises Gamers The Competitive Advantage

Advanced AOC gaming display eliminates tearing, stuttering and lag so gamers can focus on the game and hit their targets with greater accuracy

Fremont, Calif. – September 22, 2014 – AOC, a worldwide leader in monitor display technology, today announces the AOC 24” Gaming Monitor, powered by NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ Technology, designed for competitive gamers who demand a lag-free, ultra smooth gaming experience. G-SYNC technology synchronizes display refresh rates between the monitor and the PC’s GPU to eliminate screen tearing and minimize display stutter and input lag.  This advanced AOC gaming display (2460PG) gives competitive gamers a serious edge so they can focus on the game without the distraction of screen tearing, ghosting or latency. This means gamers receive critical images, such as enemy movement, on screen the moment they are rendered for greater accuracy and a serious gaming advantage over competitors. The display is available at Micro Center for $449.

The AOC G2460PG display combines stylish design with high-performance features optimized for gamers that will impress the most demanding players. From first-person shooters to high-speed racing games, you’ll never miss out on the action with 144Hz w/ 1 ms response time for blur-free images. This 24-inch display with Full HD resolution offers sharp, stunning picture quality with typical 1000:1 contrast ratios, NVIDIA 3D Vision™ ready technology and AOC DialPoint Custom Crosshair function with six custom crosshair settings for lethal speed and deadly precision.

The integrated DisplayPort connector and five USB hubs are ideal for hooking up a range of devices and peripherals, plus USB 3.0 technology offers super-speed charging and data transfer. The ergonomic stand offers hours of viewing or gaming comfort, allowing you to adjust the height, tilt and swivel, as well as pivot into portrait mode. No matter what you’re doing, smart energy-saving functions like W-LED backlighting help reduce your power consumption.

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