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AOC Agon AG271UG Review

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HorseFeathers 9th May 2017, 20:48 Quote
looks good!
Parge 9th May 2017, 21:22 Quote
I have the 2560x1440p version of this and it is BADASS.
Hustler 10th May 2017, 07:31 Quote
4K on a 27in screen is just too damn small, end of story.

Go 32in or go home.
Wakka 10th May 2017, 08:19 Quote
Shame those Agon monitors are so butt fugly, they tick a lot of boxes.
rollo 10th May 2017, 09:30 Quote
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Originally Posted by Hustler
4K on a 27in screen is just too damn small, end of story.

Go 32in or go home.

This is my personal feelings also, using 200% boost to make the text legible defeats the point of buying a 4k screen.

Still also feel 60hz for gaming even at 4k is a drawback
Bindibadgi 10th May 2017, 09:32 Quote
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Originally Posted by Hustler
4K on a 27in screen is just too damn small, end of story.

Go 32in or go home.

Using a 32 inch 4K right now, I have to concur. 27 would be crazy fine considering how uncoordinated scaling is across Win32 apps.
Wakka 10th May 2017, 09:48 Quote
I found 4K @ 27" alright personally... But that's more likely for the same reasons I found 1080 @ 27" too low - I have to sit quite close to my monitor.

1440p really does seem to be the sweet spot in terms of usability, in hardware requirements as well as ergonomically, but it seems like most manufactures are either skipping it entirely for 4K, or realising there's not many options and charging excessive amounts for it.
rollo 10th May 2017, 11:53 Quote
1440p high hz screen + gsync and ips is above £700.
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