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Expert Review

27 February 2015
  • Summary: Judging from the appearance, the new AOC Q2770PQU does not seem to be a particularly exceptional monitor, which perhaps might even appeal to price-conscious buyers. But when taking a closer look at the specifications and especially the price, it quickly becomes clear that we are not dealing with average stuff. The manufacturer implemented a Super PLS panel, which breaks away from standard fare with a high color fidelity, wide viewing angles and a high level of contrast.
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AOC Q2770PQU 27″ PLS Monitor Review

16 April 2014
  • Conclusion: Depending on what you mainly use your computer for, a 2560 x 1440 may be a suitable path to go down if you’re in the market for your first monitor or an upgrade to your existing setup. There is this whole argument circling around that for the purpose of gaming, anything over 1920 x 1080 is a waste of time and money, this being reflected by the ‘gaming’ monitors on the market that all sport 1920 x 1080 resolutions.
  • Pros: Massive 2560 x 1440 resolution, Low 5ms response time, Crisp, clear and vibrant image, well established brand
  • Cons: USB3.0 not in a convenient position, Price is getting dangerously close to that of the latest 4k panels.
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AOC q2770Pqu

TFT Central
16 July 2014
  • Conclusion: The AOC q2770Pqu is a very interesting display when you are looking for a 2560x1440 27” display on a budget for all-round/office use. Out of all the alternatives it is the cheapest at around £ 360. Its biggest strengths are the excellent viewing angles, the very high energy efficiency and AOC’s excellent warranty and service policy. We were somewhat disappointed though with the out of the box performance: the gamma curve and white balance can both use a calibration.
  • Pros: Very high energy efficiency, Excellent viewing angles, 3 years warranty with on-site exchange, Brightness adjustment range, 100.0% sRGB coverage (CIE 1931), PWM free, Negligible off angle glow with dark content, Pixel fault class I (ISO9241-307), Stand adjustments, All display input cables supplied with display
  • Cons: Out of the box performance (gamma & white balance), Gamma modes have unusual gamma values, Mediocre uniformity of white, Contrast ratio not that high, Difficult to calibrate with colorimeter, Display lag more than one frame, Easily press wrong button when changing OSD settings, 1:1 pixel mapping not supported, No scaling support for 16:10 and 5:4 aspect ratios
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Overall 8
Value for money 10
Features 7
Picture quality 7

AOC q2770Pqu

PC Pro
4 July 2014
  • Conclusion: A bargain of a 27in WQHD monitor with a decent adjustable stand and solid all-round image quality
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Overall 10

AOC Q2770Pqu review

12 May 2014
  • Excerpt: You’d expect a large, 2,560x1,440 display to be overly expensive, but that isn’t the case with the AOC Q2770Pqu, one of the cheapest 27in, 2,560x1,440 monitors we’ve seen. It's also one of the best, as our colour calibrator showed it was already displaying 100 per cent of the sRGB colour gamut at its default settings, so you don’t have to calibrate the monitor to get the best image quality.
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Overall 10

AOC Q2770PQU review

Macworld UK
12 May 2014
  • Excerpt: The Q2770PQU is a new addition to AOC’s line of professional monitors, a 27-inch panel with an iMac-like 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution. It takes a Super PLS panel, Samsung’s IPS-style technology, to promise crisp and vivid images.
  • Pros: High 2560 x 1440 resolution, superb image quality, telescopic, rotating stand, low power consumption
  • Cons: Bland styling with asymmetric bezel
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Overall 9

AOC Q2770Pqu WQHD 27″ S-PLS Monitor

22 March 2014
  • Summary: All in the AOC Q2770Pqu offers a great package, especially at £355.63. It arrived well protected and packaged with very little assembly required. Its uncomplicated styling is good and it supports all the display connectivity you’re likely to want, including additional USB 2.0 ports.
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AOC Q2770Pqu - test monitora

11 September 2014
  • Summary: Trzeba przyznać, że AOC Q2770Pqu to naprawdÄ™ kawaÅ‚ porzÄ…dnie zaprojektowanego i Å›wietnie przemyÅ›lanego sprzÄ™tu. Bardzo dobra matryca Super PLS, która pod kilkoma wzglÄ™dami bije jej starszych braci spod znaku IPS - gÅ‚ównie za sprawÄ… kÄ…tów widzenia i jasnoÅ›ci w poÅ‚Ä…czeniu z rozdzielczoÅ›ciÄ… WQHD (2560x1440 pikseli) znakomicie sprawdza siÄ™ praktycznie w każdym zastosowaniu.
  • Pros: znakomita matryca, bardzo dobre kÄ…ty widzenia, dobra jakość materiaÅ‚ów, ilość zÅ‚Ä…czy, bogaty zestaw kabli, Å›wietna podstawka, rozdzielczość WQHD, niezÅ‚a fabryczna kalibracja, hub USB z portem Å‚adowania
  • Cons: sÅ‚abe gÅ‚oÅ›niki, wpada w "drgania", "mglista" czerÅ„ przy patrzeniu pod kÄ…tami
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Первый WQHD-монитор AOC. Обзор AOC q2770Pqu

29 August 2014
  • Conclusion: Копания AOC довольно поздно вышла на рынок WQHD-монитор. Тем приятнее, что они пришли с очень достойной моделью. AOC q2770Pqu представляет интерес сразу по нескольким параметрам. Он стоит всего 22 тысячи рублей. Это не мало для мониторов в целом, но для 27-дюймовой WQHD-модели такой ценник можно назвать очень дружелюбным. При этом я не нашёл каких-либо серьёзных изъянов или скрытых подвохов.
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Recenzja monitora AOC q2770Pqu, WQHD 2560x1440 w akcji

13 August 2014
  • Summary: AOC q2770Pqu na pewno jest monitorem wartym zastanowienia się nad jego zakupem. Trzeba jednak pomyśleć do czego chcemy używać tego sporego wyświetlacza. Z pozoru wydaje się być atrakcyjnym monitorem dla fanów gier, jednak niezbyt szybka matryca (choć 5 ms GtG to dość sporo jak na model 27'' z matrycą "nie-TN") może zniechęcić hardcorowych graczy, którzy oczekują najwyżej jakości(szybkości i płynności) w tym względzie.
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