AOC’s AG241QG and AG241QX monitors are finally set to go on sale in select markets around the globe starting this week. Both monitors are targeted at gamers and offer a high WQHD resolution.
Both the model utilize a 23.8” TN panels from AUO with 2560 x 1440 resolution, resulting in a pixel density of 123.41 pixels per inch. The AG241QX comes with Adaptive-Sync, featuring a 30 to 144 Hz variable refresh rate range. The AG241QG on the other hand supports NVIDIA G-SYNC with a 30 to 165 Hz variable refresh rate. Key panels specs include a 1000:1 static contrast ratio, 170/160 degreee viewing angles, 8-bit color, 1ms response time, sRGB color gamut coverage, and a flicker-free WLED backlight. The AG241QX offers Low Blue Light mode as well to further reduce eye strain. To adjust detail in dark areas, the model offers ‘AOC Shawdow Control’ setting which allows users to tinker with the gamma.
While the AG241QG does not come with a Low Blue Light or AOC Shadow Control feature, it does offer an NVIDIA-specific ULMB (Ultra Low Motion Blur) feature. In the connectivity department, both monitors include an HDMI, DP 1.2, 3.5mm audio output, and four USB 3.0 monitors. The AG241QX features MHL connectivity as well, and an additional DVI port. Integrated speakers are part of the package as well – 2W (AG241QG) and 3W (AG241QX).