A lot of us could use a second display nowadays, but if you travel a lot and rely on your laptop to get a lot of work done, not only are you limited to a small screen, but it's hard to take a second display around with you. However, AOC just outed a new 16-inch monitor that is powered by only a single USB 3.0 cable.
AOC has announced the launch of a new and very interesting computer display. The display is the AOC Q2963PM and promises to bring dual monitor productivity to a single screen. The display is 29-inches wide and has an aspect ratio 21:9.
AOC has announced a new display for computer users with a 23-inch panel that it described as virtually borderless. I'd say that's an apt description too because in the photograph you can hardly make out the border around the screen. The border around my PC display is at least half an inch thick.
In the past one of the things that made computer displays rather unattractive were thick bezels running all the way around the display. Displays are getting away from those thick bezels and offering designs that push the glass all the way out to the edges of the screen. AOC has unveiled the new display that is borderless and impressively thin called the i2757fh.
AOC has been around a long time producing lower priced computer monitors that still have the features people want and need. This week the company has launched a new computer display called the e2752Vh that has a large 27-inch screen and uses LED backlighting. The company is aiming the display at PC gamers and home theater enthusiasts looking for a good image quality at a price that won't break the bank.
Display maker AOC has unveiled new displays in its 60ID series aimed at both business users and home users. The new displays come in 19-inch up to 24-inch models and have a matte black finish. Despite the screen size, the displays have similar features including a brightness rating of 250 cd/m² and a static contrast of 1000:1. The dynamic contrast ratio for the display is 20 million:1.
AOC has begun shipping its new Aire iPlay monitor, which it first announced back at CES 2012. The 23-inch display features a built-in iPhone or iPod speaker dock so that you can charge your device right in front of you while you work and listen to music from the device at the same time.
Once upon a time, only tiny sub-display monitors bypassed dedicated graphics outputs and used USB; now, AOC has a whopping 22-incher that delivers plug'n'play extension without the GPU hassle. The AOC e2251Fwu High Definition USB Powered Display may not have a sexy name but it's potentially a godsend to notebook users, displaying a 1920 x 1080 picture with both image and power supplied from a single USB connection.