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NiKK Tech, an English hardware focused website, recently published a review of the AOC 27G2U. The monitor received their “Golden” award.
“With a resolution of just 1920x1080p (Full HD) the 27-inch 27G2U may not be the top screen in the market today but there’s certainly a huge audience for it and by using a 144Hz IPS display (G-Sync compatible at that) with 1ms response time it's a safe bet that AOC already has a good piece of that “pie” (this is not a brand new model after all). I ended up using the 27G2U for almost a month and as far as lag goes I couldn’t see any. Having used an IPS screen for the past 10 years also means I’m fully aware of the pros (viewing angles, color reproduction) and cons (black reproduction) such displays have and I have to admit that I slightly prefer IPS models over VA ones. The adjustable stand is also a lot better than what we see with most screens since it not only offers the usual swivel and tilt functions but it can also pivot the screen giving you a lot more vertical area. Now if I just had to find something wrong with the 27G2U that would be with its menu buttons since both due to their positioning and hard material used, they are not very easy to use. […] Honestly there’s not much else for me to say about the 27G2U that hasn’t already been covered in this review and since I do feel it delivers on everything required by gamers looking for a great Full HD screen (and then some) it also gets our Golden Award.”
Please find the full review here.