1440p is the latest standard for AOC’s 23.8in Q24G2A QHD gaming display 2023

With the Q24G2A gaming monitor, AOC has managed to pull off an unexpectedly successful product launch. The relatively modest 23.8-inch IPS screen boasts an increasingly common 2560×1440 QHD resolution and has proven to be immensely popular among professional gamers in the Asian market despite having been initially offered as an exclusive in China.

The monitor is on its way to stores in the UK and Europe with a price tag of €249, making it one of the most competitive alternatives available in its category. The company’s goal is to recreate the success it has had in other countries across the world.

The IPS panel offers adaptive sync at up to 165 Hz, a 4 ms grey-to-grey reaction time (1 ms MPRT), and brightness rated at 350 nits. It is designed primarily for gamers that want close-up gameplay that is smooth, and it offers these specifications

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In the grand scheme of things, the specifications are not particularly impressive, and neither are the integrated 2W stereo speakers or the VESA-compliant stand, which allows for adjustments in height, tilt, and swivel.

More detail at the same little size.

The fact that the display is representative of a broader shift in game consumption, on the other hand, is what gives it its specific significance. Manufacturers have spent years attempting to persuade professional gamers to upgrade from the nearly universal 1080p screens. However, premium developing panel technologies like as OLED and Mini LED offer little appeal to the target group.

Rather, AOC believes that the focus of mass migration will be on 1440p solutions that are quick, have a high resolution, and don’t break the bank, as is proven by the early popularity of the Q24G2A.

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It is no longer difficult to maintain over 100 frames per second at a QHD resolution thanks to the capability of the latest generation of graphics cards and AI technologies that increase performance. These attributes are being reflected in shipments.

Because of the official support for QHD on the Xbox Series S|X and PlayStation 5 consoles, the market share for 1440p monitors has increased to over 30 percent since the year 2020, when it only had 23 percent of the market.

On PC, growing market share is reflected in Steam’s most recent hardware survey, where 2560×1440 is the only resolution to experience a major spike in users, jumping to over 20 percent for the first time. This is the only resolution that has seen a significant increase in users.

In the second half of this year, you can anticipate to see cutthroat competition in the low-cost 1440p market because QHD is quickly becoming the preferred option for a wider variety of gamers. The Q24G2A from AOC is an excellent way to set the stage.

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