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AOC launches new gaming monitors in India

Agency | December 06, 2016 05:25 PM

New Delhi:Taiwan-based electronics company AOC on Tuesday launched new 'AGON X-Series' of gaming monitors in India, starting at Rs 29,000.

Available in two screen sizes -- 24 inches and 27 inches -- the monitors have quad-HD resolution of 2560x1440 pixels.

"The Indian gaming industry is undergoing an exciting phase with the customers preferring features and value for money over high decibel branded products," said Saurabh Grover, Head, AOC India, in a statement.

The new gaming monitors are equipped with 'AOC Shadow Control' feature, allowing users to adjust contrast in overly bright or dark game areas.

AGON X Series comes with AOC flicker-free technology and blue light mode that reduces eye strain, the company said.

 

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