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AOC monitors for a crisp picture and instant sound

AOC International, once Admiral Overseas Corporation, is a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer, specialising in television and computer monitors.

An innovative history

AOC was originally an American company called Admiral that produced black and white televisions in Chicago, Illinois since 1934. AOC was the first company to export colour TVs from Taiwan in 1967, and has been at the forefront of video display technology ever since.

At the forefront of change

Today they offer a wide range of TFT, IPS and LCD screens, monitors and televisions for almost all purposes. AOC monitors, especially their line of full HD monitors, are sought after for gaming use, as well as for general computing.

LCD Monitors and displays

The majority of the monitors, displays and televisions in AOCs LCD line offer Full-HD, HDMI, DVI-D and D-Sub inputs, and wide viewing angles.

High contrast and high speed

When you're playing video games or watching an action movie, there's nothing worse than a fuzzy screen or a delay in the sound to throw you off the action. Fortunately, AOC displays offer high contrast ratios, which makes gaming and HD video a richer experience.

The AGON gaming monitor, one of their flagship lines, features inbuilt speakers and quad HD technology with an impressive 2560 x 1440p resolution. This monitor also boasts an incredible response time of 1 ms, meaning that you can effectively hear the action as it unfolds, and not afterwards.

It is designed to be especially compliant with the NVIDIA G-Sync graphics card line, delivering superior gaming performance. Others are equally optimised for Radeon's FreeSync technology.

On eBay you can find other brilliant AOC monitors and displays, including an entry-level gaming line, slick slimline IPS models, a huge TN line, their ultra-high definition 4K line, and their MVA line which continues to provide optimal viewing, even when you're looking at the screen from side-on.

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