AOC monitor line up
You might not know AOC by name but you’ve almost definitely seen their work. One of the top dogs in the monitor game, the Taiwanese firm were showing off three of their latest monitors and we could resist an opportunity to play with the future.
The e2251Fwu bring a hitherto unseen level of portability to the monitor market as the Full HD monitor receives both its power and signal via a single USB cable (think about it – you can pretty much lug it anywhere). It’s environmentally friendly too, with a minimal energy consumption of just 8 watts. The lightweight and thus very portable 54.7 cm (21.5′′)-model is a also super-slim 16:9 model with LED-backlights offering a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The e2251Fwu is compatible with both PC and Mac and is available immediately for a RRP of £122.99.
No matter how shiny your brand new Retina display, there are times when you’d like to see iPhone images on the big screen and the 23” (58.5 cm) AOC e2343Fi is more than willing to accomodate with the universal iPhone and iPod® dock integrated in its base. Images are displayed in Full HD resolution and benefit from the 50,000,000:1 DCR contrast and ultra-fast response time of just 2 ms grey-to-grey. And you can obviously use it as a regular monitor.
The e2343Fi will be available from June 2012, the recommended retail price will be £169.99.
Pretty much everyone who isn’t a consumer wants 3D to take off in a big way. At only 10.6 mm deep the d2357Ph is a good looking passive 3D monitor (glasses available) with built in 2D signal to 3D conversion (widening the amount of avaliable content).
The d2357Ph will be available as of July 2012; the recommended retail price will be 199.99 £.