AOC G2460PG is a very interesting offer G-Sync ready monitor, one of the few that don't have the kind of price-point that would make your wallet cry. It's currently available for 429E, or $520, which is about $200 less than ASUS ROG Swift. Sure, it doesn't have the sport the same resolution, and its TN panel is slightly weaker, but it's competitively priced, and that makes it a solid contender in the somewhat small G-Sync enabled monitor space.
AOC has managed to deliver a pretty good gaming monitor, with reasonable performance across the board. It comes with the kind of features we'd expect from premium screens, from the aforementioned performance, to 3D-Vision, G-Sync and even its stand with tilt, pivot, and portrait orientation adjustments, something that's not often found on $500ish monitors.
Overall, considering its strengths and weaknesses, I'd say AOC's G2460PG is still a solid purchase, especially if you're not willing to dish out $700 or more for your viewing pleasure. The image quality is more than decent for one's gaming purposes and the low-lag input, as well as G-Sync are more than welcome additions.
- Excellent gaming experience;
- Decent TN-Panel image quality;
- Connectivity only via DisplayPort;
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