Conclusion: AOC i2353Fh/Ph is extremely thin, probably the thinnest IPS based monitor out there. By using Edge LED and by moving input connectors into the base, AOC has managed to create a very minimalistic design. Unfortunately it feels a bit too cheap, too.
Pros: Decent picture quality, Color reproduction, Low power consumption, Viewing angles
Cons: Heavy backlight bleeding, Some blurring in motion, Cheap build quality, Black depth
Summary: The AOC i2353Ph is a good product, overall – it’s a somewhat affordable 23-inch IPS panel display. Priced at Rs.14,990 in India, it's a tad more expensive than most TN panel monitors of this size.
Conclusion: The AOC i2353 offered a lot on paper but I did feel it ended up being a fairly modest offering in the 23" IPS market to be honest. That's not to say it's a bad screen, I just think it could have been a bit better in some areas.
Pros: Attractive and quite unique aluminium, ultra-thin design, Decent all round performance in most areas thanks to IPS panel, Good range of options and settings available
Cons: Some noticeable backlight leakage along the bottom edge (may vary), Moderate responsiveness not living up to its spec, Limited ergonomic adjustments from the stand