AOC's 27-Inch V27m Arrives in Mid-May

No pricing details disclosed yet

By on April 13th, 2010 12:28 GMT
Even though 3D seems to be coming along quite well, with companies doing their best to create 3D TVs and 3D LCDs for when the technology really kicks off, good-old Full-HD displays are still the most sought-after monitors for gamers and multimedia enthusiasts, especially when they are large enough to cover half a wall (or more). It is this popularity that, regardless of the price, will always make a competent screen of over 25 inches one of the most wished-for displays for any end-user. Eager to build upon this popularity, AOC Europe is preparing to enter the spotlight and unleash a 27-inch LCD in about a month's time.

With all the emphasis made on Full-HD video content and the current trend that any new monitor should support this functionality, it will likely come as no shock to hear that the AOC V27m supports a maximum resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. Not all the ins and outs of the device are known, but the basic specs, at last, have been revealed, so as to at least give users something to look forward to.

The display is only 28 mm thick, uses a glossy piano black coating, features a response time of 5 ms and has a dynamic contrast ratio of 60,000:1. Not only that, but in order to remove the need for additional sound output devices, the product even comes with two built-in 2W speakers.

As expected, given the Full-HD video capability and sound-output support, AOC's newest item has an HDMI input and comes with the necessary cable connector. Unfortunately, since it hasn't really been officially introduced, its price tag is still shrouded in mystery. Nevertheless, considering that actual availability is scheduled for the middle of May, it shouldn't be more than a few weeks before the amount of cash needed to acquire this fellow is uncovered.

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