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.
The AOC screen is called the i2367fh and the company says it will work for normal computing needs and gaming. The high-performance panel uses In-Plane Switching technology and has a dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000,000:1. The display also has an integrated HDMI port and built-in speakers.
The integrated HDMI port means that you can use the monitor for things such as game consoles or Blu-ray players as well. The bezel around the screen is only 2 mm thick. The screen has a stand that is metallic and hook shaped allowing for two different modes of viewing.
The modes of viewing include a photo frame style without a base and the hook shaped stand can function as a normal computer stand. The native resolution of the screen is 1920 x 1080 in the panel has a 5 ms response time. The screen supports 16.7 million colors and has a VGA input. The display is available right now online for $199.
AOC unveils new 23-inch i2367fh IPS monitor with thin border is written by SlashGear.
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