AOC's latest lineup of "frameless" FreeSync monitors has just been unveiled. These new displays from the company offer a design with extremely thin bezels on the top and sides of the monitor and come in three different sizes: 22-inch, 24-inch, and 27-inch.
For gamers, having two of these screens setup side-by-side could help immerse you into your favorite games even further. They each have a Full HD IPS display panel and a resolution of 1920 x 1080, with a 75Hz refresh rate and 5ms response time. They also offer 20M:1 dynamic contrast and wide-viewing angles of 178 degrees. As for ports, you'll find one VGA and an HDMI 1.4 on each of the monitors. Its inclusion of AMD FreeSync helps reduce screen tearing and lag input by allowing the graphics card and connected monitor to communicate and maintain a stable refresh rate.
If you're ready to step up your game, V2 of AOC's "frameless" monitors is now available for purchase. You can snag the 22-inch model for $99.99 or the 24-inch model for $129.99 at Amazon. Meanwhile, the 27-inch model is unavailable there, but you can currently find it for $169.99 via Newegg.
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