Low Blue Light
Equipped with a VA panel, the 24B1H delivers a staggering 3000:1 static contrast ratio with deep, inky blacks. Its sleek 23.6" panel at 1080p resolution is 3-sides borderless and has an ultra-slim profile of just 12.5 mm that lets you focus on the display practically from every angle (178/178).
Besides looking modern and attractive, frameless designs enable seamless multi-monitor setups. Your cursor/windows will not be lost anymore in the dark abyss of bezels, when many displays are placed side by side.
Sometimes, less is more: With its minimalistic, slim profile, this monitor seamlessly blends into your working environment instead of obstructing your vision with a bulky casing. Enjoy more space on your desk, easy transportation and an appealing design with this slick, lightweight display.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is supported by the current gaming consoles, current GPUs, set-top boxes, supporting the HDCP digital content protection system. HDMI 1.3-1.4b versions support up to 144 Hz refresh rate@1080p and 75 Hz@1440p, while HDMI 2.0-2.0b versions support 240Hz@1080p, 144Hz@1440p and 60 Hz@2160p (4K).
VA Panels (Vertical Alignment) display deeper blacks and a high contrast for extra vivid and bright images.
AOC Flicker-Free Technology utilises a DC (Direct Current) backlight panel, reducing flickering light levels. With eye strain and fatigue absolutely minimized, feel free to enjoy those long, intense gaming sessions in comfort!
Low Blue Light
AOC Lowblue Light protects you from harmful blue light which, during long sessions, has been shown to cause eye strain, headaches, and sleeping disorders. Our Lowblue Light feature reduces the harmful wavelengths emitted without sacrificing color composition, setting the experience free from the worry of eye damage.
Want to use your monitor in a brightly-lit environment, e.g. beside a window catching the sun? The high 250 cd/m² (or 250 nits) brightness achieved by W-LED backlight ensures a good visibility on the display even in these harsh settings. In comparison, the sRGB’s reference luminance level is 80 cd/m².