Is AOC’s gaming monitor with 24 inch screen size. It has a Full HD resolution ((1920×1080 Pixels) with an aspect ratio of 16:9. A maximum refresh rate of 144Hz with support for Nvidia’s G-sync.
Looking at I/O ports, on the bottom it has DC in, Display Port 1.2, USB 3.0 uplink, 2x USB 3.0 downlink. On the right is has 2x USB 2.0 ports, the red features fast charging at 5V 2 amps to charge devices fast. Having USB 3.0 port at the monitor is good to connect to portable SSD/HDD for file transfer great to free up limited ports on the PC, within hand reach on the table top.
Looking at the bezel on the front the bottom part is 2.6cm and the side are 1.6cm, on the back there is 15cm space clearance when monitor is pushed against the wall (5cm clearance for stand) . The entire monitor has a matte black finish with green accent line on the front and a green adjustable cable management holder. Also the Nvidia Logo behind for bragging rights.
Bottom has this round space ample room to place the portable SSD/DD since the USB 3.0 port is located below. Best part is the has a swivel mechanism with max rotation of 165 degrees. It can tilt 5 degrees forward and 22 degree backwards. There is height adjustment up to 13 cm, and this baby support VESA mount, sweet baby. The monitor weighs 6.5 kg.
Is using a TN panel with a 72% NTSC or 100% SRGB colour space which is good for simple photo and video editing. In fact with the ergonomic adjustment like swivel and height, would be great for both content creators and casual gamer like me, thinking it as dual purpose. 91 PPI may seem low for a 24 inch monitor, but is a standard for a screen this size. Pictures, Videos and more importantly gaming experience, looks sharp and details. The screen has a anti-glare finish as well, so plus point for content creators a shading hood would be good as well. The viewing angles is limited to 170 degrees horizontal and 160 degrees vertical. Just a side note, I notice the colour is little saturated so you might need to hardware calibrate the scene to get accurate colours if you’re into content creation.
For gaming it has a 1ms response time thanks to its TN panel. G-sync support with the 144Hz make games enjoyable, you will see a significant differences if you come from a 60Hz monitor. Kinda importance for FPS games like Overwatch (which I play a lot) and CS:GO. I do recommend getting GTX 1060 and play at highest setting for eye candy graphics. It Has Nvidia Ultra Low Motion Blur, for reduced Motion Blur in game especially if you are a heavy mouse flicker or turns around a lot in game.