The AOC G2460PQU is 24 inch display with a Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and support for VGA, DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort.
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Pro Anti-glare display
The G2460PQU features an anti-glare panel, which significantly reduces or eliminates reflections, loss of clarity due to light, fingerprints and smudges.
Pro Fast response time
With a response time of just 1ms, the AOC G2460VWQ6 is one of the fastest monitors on the market. Ideal for fast-paced gaming situations such as first person shooters.
Pro Anti-Blue Light technology reduces eyestrain
This AOC display features Anti-Blue Light technology, which reduces the amount of blue light emitted from the screen if needed and requested. Blue light has been proven to decrease sleep quality; this feature is especially helpful when used during the night.
Pro Built-in USB hub
The G2460PQU features two USB 2.0 ports on the side of the monitor, of which one is a high-powered port for fast charging of mobile devices. There are also two ports on the back of the display.
Pro Rotatable, tiltable and adjustable in height
You can easily adjust the height of the monitor, and you can also rotate it and switch between landscape and portrait mode.
Pro Extremely bright
Although the maximum brightness for the G2460PQU is specified at 350 cd (candela)/m², the display actually performs even better. With a testing result of 423 cd/m², the maximum brightness is extremely high. For comparison: the average similar TN-display only reaches 300 cd/m².
Pro High build quality
The build quality of the G2460PQU is very high and the overall feel of the display is quite robust. The display also isn't prone to accidental slipping due to the sturdy stand.
Pro Quick 144Hz refresh rate
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.
Con Needs proper calibration for best results
In terms of color, the G2460PQU is able to achieve a little under 96% of the sRGB standard, but there are some hue errors in magenta and cyan which prohibits the screen from reaching 100% of the sRGB color gamut. Calibration is needed to eliminate these errors as much as possible - but still remain visible after calibration.
Con Slight over-saturation of blue
The blue and magneta colors are slightly over-satured, even after calibration.
Con Bad viewing angles
Color shifting occurs when viewing the display at around the 60° mark horizontally, and color shifting (the distortion of colors) is even more noticeable when viewed at vertical angles.