(PR) AGON by AOC Launches the AGON PRO AG274QZM Monitor

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AGON by AOC—one of the world’s leading gaming monitor and IT accessories brands – announces the 27" (68.58 cm) AGON PRO AG274QZM, a super-fast 240 Hz gaming monitor with QHD resolution and a breath-taking MiniLED IPS panel. The AG274QZM beautifully matches the punchy and accurate colours of the IPS panel with a MiniLED backlight that has 576 dimming zones. This enables the monitor to achieve the high-tier DisplayHDR 1000 certification with 1200 nits peak brightness, displaying deep blacks and bright sunlight in the same frame, while offering true high-speed gaming (1 ms GtG) without compromises that competitive gamers look for.

AGON PRO AG274QZM is the new member of the AGON PRO family geared towards the legends of the gaming community: pro-competitive players and esports enthusiasts. Sharing the exquisite craftsmanship of its family, the AGON PRO AG274QZM features an award winning (red dot design award) form and heavy-duty, ergonomic stand. The stand, with built-in cable management offers height, tilt, swivel and pivot adjustments for healthy, comfortable gaming sessions.


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