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Reviewed on 2015-10-01
Ultra HD monitors are increasing exponentially more ubiquitous – but they're still frightfully expensive things. The reason for that is that most of them are still very much on the higher end of things, employing bleeding edge IPS (In-plane Switching) pan...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-24
Most of the UHD monitors now available are still in the premium category, featuring high-quality IPS panels and prices at £500 and above. But if you're looking to snare an ultra high-resolution display and don't thin they're worth that much, there's now t...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-25
Costconscious price for 4K enthusiasts on a budget, Plenty of connectivity optionsImage quality is inferior to the best 4K monitors, Noticeable input lag between the PC and the screen, Backlight could be brighter, Dull design
The newest in what's sure to be a long and storied lineup of budget 4K monitors by the end of 2015, AOC's fresh U2868PQU 4K display is a screen that's full of contradictions. The U2 (the shorthand we'll be using for reference from now on, not to be confus...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-01
4K gaming… it's one of those phrases you hear now and again, and it's always made me wonder what all that fuss is about. I mean can all those extra pixels really make THAT much difference?Well I'm about to find out as I have been provided an AOC U2868Pqu ...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-09
We've been waiting for resolutions higher than Full-HD for a long time now but it's finally here. 2014 was the year of Ultra HD, not just for televisions but also on you're desk. Hardware.info has tested eight different UHD-monitors so far and in the ne...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-30
Sharp UHD image quality. Fast pixel response. Generous port selection. Fully adjustable stand.Narrow viewing angles. Skewed greens
The AOC U2868PQU ($599.99) joins the growing list of reasonably priced 28-inch Ultra High Definition monitors being pumped out by manufacturers such as Lenovo, Acer, Philips, Samsung, and Dell. Based on Twisted Nematic (TN) technology, this panel delivers...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-19
Good Build Quality, 4k UHD Resolution, Overall Image Quality, 1ms GTG Response Time, Touch Panel Controls, Stand (Height/Pivot/Swivel Adjustable), 4 USB Ports, Price (For Some)Input Lag (For Some), Vertical Viewing Angle
Ever since i got my first "serious" computer system back in 1990 (based on the Intel 80286 CPU) and my first serious gaming only system (the Commodore Amiga 500) roughly a year earlier (which i then upgraded to the 500 Plus model) I've always loved playin...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-23
The exterior bezel isn't anything to write home about; it's relatively thick compared to designer LCDs, but at least it's extremely manoeuvrable thanks to the height and angle adjustable stand. The on-screen display (OSD) is accessed via front-facing touc...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-19
The AOC U2868PQU, however, is a 28-inch TN panel with a much smoother Ultra HD refresh rate of 60Hz. At first glance, the U2868PQU is a plain device that you wouldn’t expect to have an Ultra HD resolution. The black plastic base and stand are perfectly ac...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-07
Excellent response time, Wide range of connectors, Fully adjustable standLow contrast (600:1), Power use is quite high (176 cd/m²), Colour fidelity could be better, Input lag too high for many gamers
Hot on the heels of the Asus PB287Q , we've got our hands on the AOC U2868PQU, another 28" Ultra HD monitor. Like the Asus model, this display uses a matte-finish TN screen with 3840 x 2160-pixel resolution. But how will AOC's U2868PQU stand out from its
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Reviewed on 2014-05-30
Very competitively priced, stand is well constructed, toolless and supports portrait mode, 1ms GTG refresh, panel linearity is decent, overall image quality is high, 4 port USB hub, cables all in the boxonboard speakers are weak, touch panel interface could be better.
The AOC U2868PQU runs natively at 3,840×2,160 resolution and is capable of running at 60hz, a significant step up from the previous ‘budget' limitation of 30hz. A lot of our readers on Facebook have mentioned that they won't be happy until they can get 12...
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