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    April 2, 2021

    "Editor's Choice" award and 4.5/5 points (Excellent) for Porsche Design AOC AGON PD27 @ PCMag, the localised website of the US magazine for the UK with 25.7 million monthly visitors, from the US publisher Ziff Davis, has just published a review of the AOC PD27. The monitor received an “Excellent” rating, 4.5/5 points and the “Editor’s Choice” award.


    + Excellent contrast and color

    + Very smooth motion

    + Extremely low input lag (1.4 ms)

    + Built-in speakers

    + Attractive design with all-metal stand

    (+) 240 Hz refresh rate

    (+) Comes completely preassembled

    (+) Solid metal stand with height, swivel and tilt adjustments

    (+) 1000R curvature

    (+) Wireless remote control to easily control OSD

    (+) 382 nits brightness in gaming mode, 504 nits brightness in HDR mode

    (+) Good gamut coverage (89.4% DCI-P3)

    (+) AMD FreeSync Premium


    - Clunky, awkward OSD

    - Can't be removed from stand

    (-) Chunky power brick

    (-) No easy access to volume control for speakers

    Verdict: “The Porsche Design AOC Agon PD27 might sound ostentatious with its luxury-car branding, but it's a fantastic gaming monitor under the gloss. Its 240Hz refresh rate offers smooth gameplay, and its input lag is among the lowest we've tested. Its picture quality is first-rate, too, with excellent contrast and color. Our only real complaints are a clunky OSD and the fact that the monitor is permanently attached to the stand. Otherwise, it packs everything you could want in a 27-inch QHD gaming monitor. (And really, the stand is nice enough that you likely wouldn't want to put it aside.)

    If you want to spend less, the MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD is our pick among gaming monitors under $500. It's the same size and resolution as the PD27, but it has lower contrast and its colors, while wider, are less accurate. It's also a 165Hz panel versus the AOC's 240Hz, but it offers similar fluid motion with variable refresh rate and very low input lag, as well. […] Take your monitor aesthetics just as seriously as your esports domination? The Porsche Design AOC Agon PD27 is a killer, eye-catching 1440p panel, a winner for both its luxe look and its performance.”

    Please find the full review here.

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