AOC Adds Four Sub-$200 Monitors to Display Lineup

Paul Lilly

New panels from AOC range in size from 19.5 inches to 24 inches

AOC is kicking off the work week by unveiling four new monitors intended for home office, government, and education environments. Among the new panels you'll find a 19.5-inch monitor running at 1600x900, two 21.5-inch panels with Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) resolutions, and a 24-inch model that also features a Full HD 1080p display. All four sport LED backlights and AOC's product enhancing and energy saving software.

Users can divide each of the displays into up to four self-contained work areas using AOC's included Screen+ software. The benefit in doing so is that you can view multiple documents or programs at the same time, AOC says. In addition, each of the monitors come with iMenu software that allows users to navigate the on-screen display (OSD) menu with a mouse.

As for the hardware, the 19.5-inch model (e2060Swda-TAA) features a 5ms response time, 220 cd/m2 rated brightness, 20,000,000:1 contrast ratio, Kensington lock slot, and a pair of 2W built-in speakers. Connectivity consists of DVI-D with HDCP. It's priced at $159.99.

There are two 21.5-inch models -- e2260Swdn-TAA and e2260Swda-TAA. The former features the same specs as the 19.5-inch panel except with a rated brightness of 200 cd/m2 and no built-in speakers, while the latter is rated at 250 cd/m2 and has speakers. These two panels cost $179.99 and $189.99, respectively.

Finally, the 24-inch model (e2460Sd-TAA) has a 5ms response time, 20,000,000:1 contrast ratio, 250 cd/m2 brightness, DVI-D with HDCP, and Kensington lock slot. It costs $199.99.

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