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Share this article recently published a review of the AOC 27G2U. The monitor received their “Gamers Choice Award", a technology and review website from the UK recently published a review of the AOC 27G2U. The monitor received their “Gamers Choice Award”.

„I really like this monitor, and while it’s not without its flaws, its strengths far outweigh them. When I saw flaws, they’re honestly quite minor. The colour blue is a smidge too strong on the monitor, but that’s fixed with a little tinker in the OSD. […] Ultra-fast response times, super-fast refresh rates, a great panel size, good black levels, it’s all here. You’ll struggle to find anything better than this for the same price. Sure, give me another £100, and I’ll blow this out of the water, but for an entry-level pro-gaming monitor, it’s hardly spartan on features. FreeSync, great connectivity, built-in speakers, a USB hub, an adjustable stand. I mean, if you did want something with a little more of everything, the CQ32G1 is £329.99 but at around £200, you can’t deny that the G2 is an impressive monitor too. “

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