The AOC Q24G2A is a 24-inch gaming monitor that boasts impressive specs, including a 1440p resolution and a 165Hz refresh rate. The monitor is designed to provide gamers with a high-quality visual experience while also offering some useful features that are tailored to their needs at a lower price than normally expected from products with these type of specifications.
The monitor has a sleek and modern look, with thin bezels and a matte black finish. The stand is also adjustable, allowing you to tilt, swivel, and adjust the height of the monitor to your liking. This makes it easy to find the perfect viewing angle for your setup. Here are some of the specs that it will sport at launch: 24-inch 1440p QHD IPS display which will offer more pixels-per-inch than any other 1440p monitor with bigger screens (123ppi), AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync compatibility, 165hz VRR, 1ms MPRT, 350nits maximum brightness levels, complete ergonomics for the removable stand, and more.
Normally, QHD monitors are featuring at least 27 inches in diagonal size, but it seems like AOC is starting to think about ditching the 1080p resolution market all together and launch 24-inch models with 1440p resolution instead. It seems like the monitor is selling great in China and AOC has decided that it should be launched in Europe, too. I for one I'm excited about this kind of monitor and with the 1080p Full HD soon to become obsolete, then we should expect more and more OEMs deciding to launch new monitors with higher resolutions in smaller models.
Keep an eye on our website for news on the AOC Q24G2A 1440p 24" monitor launch in Europe. The pricing rumored for this model is somewhere around $300.