The AOC G2460PF is a 24 inch monitor Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixels) monitor with support for VGA, DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort.
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Pro Fast 144Hz refresh rate, great for fast-paced gaming
This display features a very fast refresh rate of 144Hz, or 144 times per second. This allows for extremely fluent gameplay and is a major improvement over regular 60Hz displays.
Pro Decent golor gamut, slightly better than sRGB
The G2460PF can cover the vast majority of the sRGB coverage, with only a very small part of sRGB that remains unrepresented. However, this display performs a lot better than the sRGB color space in the green corner of RGB-color system, which results in a bit more vibrant images.
Pro Easily adjustable stand
You can easily adjust the height of the monitor, and you can also rotate it and switch between landscape and portrait mode.
Pro Works well in brightly lit environments
The G2460PF features an anti-glare panel, which significantly reduces or eliminates reflections, loss of clarity due to light, fingerprints and smudges.
Pro Fast response time, perfect for gaming
With a response time of just 1ms, the AOC G2260VWQ6 is one of the fastest monitors on the market. Ideal for fast-paced gaming situations such as first person shooters.
Pro All cables included
The G2460PF supports VGA, DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort and all the cables are included with the monitor: no need to buy an extra cable.
Pro Low input lag
The input lag or latency from computer is also extremely low. A small testing tool has measured the maximum input lag at 3.66 ms, which is extremely low. For comparison: that's just 3/4 of a single frame in 144 Hz.
Con Slight backlight bleeding may occur in a dark room
When viewing the screen in a fairly dark room, some backlight bleeding might be visible towards the bottom of the display. Backlight bleeding occurs when the panel can't block 100% of the light produced by the backlight, resulting in spots of lighter areas.
Con Noticeable overshoot at lower refresh rate
Overshoot, sometimes also referred to as inverse ghosting, occurs when artifacts are displayed on the screen and overlaps of color values. The overshoot on this display is mainly noticeable at lower refresh rates - even when using AMD's FreeSync.
Con Mediocre viewing angles
The monitor uses a TN-panel which has the characteristic of having mediocre viewing angles compared to IPS-panels. Some color shifting occurs when viewing the monitor at a vertical angle.
Con Requires calibration for the best results
The standard factory default preset of the display is quite bright, but images on the screen looked washed out and lack depth - especially towards the bottom of the screen due to the mediocre viewing angles. Another preset which reduces the central gamma average lacks depth and looks unnatural. Calibration in needed to get the achieve the best results, as the standard monitor profiles aren't great.