We’ve changed, we promise. The display’s top resolution of 1,x1,, however, means you just miss 1,p output. The only area where it failed to hold up was in displaying different colors near peak white; we saw oversaturated colors at the lightest end of the spectrum, and the lightest grayscale gradients looked washed out. They’re a watt stronger than the typical 2-watt variety, and they’re much louder and clearer at louder volumes than others, including the 2-watt pair found on the ViewSonic VXwmb. The Bottom Line The AOC Va-1 LCD monitor sticks to the basics and does it well, delivering a better-than-average but not terribly bright image at a low price, but sacrificing extras that you may not need anyway along the way. Dell UltraSharp Monitors Coupon. It was here most of the display’s problems became evident.
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AOC 212VA-1 LCD Monitor
It was most prominent during the contrast chart tests, but it also reared its head in our gaming and movie play back. We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. Viewing angles were reasonably good although detail does become a little skewed on the horizontal axis the further you move away from the centre.
For the most part colours were well represented, although greys did have a slightly blue tinge and we found the magenta hues to be a little strongly saturated. It was far from the brightness LCD we’ve seen recently, which makes it a less than ideal choice for offices that enjoy lots of natural light and those that 212ba under harsh florescence.
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Dell’s SDG budget gaming monitor delivers on high refresh rates and Nvidia features. It was here most of the display’s problems became evident. There’s nothing in the way of a cable-routing system on the back of the display, but the neck that connects the display to the base is rather wide, which does a pretty good job of hiding the video, power, and audio cables.
Visit manufacturer site for details. Bottom Line The AOC VA isn’t at the top of the monitor pack, but considering the price tag, this 22in display is good value for money for those looking to make the leap into the widescreen PC display market. Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. The inch, wide-screen display is framed by a thin, matte-black bezel and rests on a sturdy, oval base.
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The Bad Can’t match competing LCDs on brightness; struggled to produce colors near peak white; evident backlight bleed, even under normal conditions; no USB ports.
The onscreen menu features a traditional look and feel, making navigation straightforward. Don’t show this again. Cons Flickering issues particularly when running VGA, some colour errors. The AOC Va-1 sacrifices more features than performance to hit its low price. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. They’re a watt aod than the typical 2-watt variety, and they’re much louder and clearer at louder volumes than others, including the 2-watt pair found on the ViewSonic VXwmb.
Review Sections Review Specs. The bezel is a little thicker than normal on the bottom as it also houses a pair of speakers.
It would have alc an easy addition and a convenience for cube dwellers and office sharers everywhere. Design The AOC Va-1’s understated design matches its utilitarian focus; it certainly won’t detract from your office decor. During our gaming tests, we were pleased with the lack of ghosting. Our first test was using DisplayMate Video Edition, which contains a variety 2122va still image charts designed to test the panel at a fundamental level.
The inch UltraSharp UD monitor performs well, but don’t overpay for it. 212ba was crisp, however, down to 9-point font.
AOC quotes a 5ms response time for this model which is more than adequate for even hardcore gamers, and we saw no real signs of streaking even during our faster tests.
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There were a few lines visible in aic blue oac magenta strips but the other colours shifted smoothly. The Bottom Line The AOC Va-1 LCD monitor sticks to the basics and does it well, delivering a better-than-average but not terribly bright image at a low price, but sacrificing extras that you may not need anyway along the way.
These days however large, widescreen displays are a dime a dozen and AOC’s VA is a prime example of this.