AOC Monitors, the country’s leading brand for consumer and business-grade displays, continues to innovate with the arrival of its first-ever public display and latest gaming monitors.
The company has been involved in the local eSports scene and in the first quarter of 2019, AGON Monitors, the brand’s own gaming line, made an impression in the Agon Dota 2 Invitationals. The company now gears up to offer its monitors to professional gamers and casual fans all over the country to keep ahead of the competition in the market. AOC recently released the G1 series, along with G2590X and G2790PX as a preparation for the AOC’s Battle of Visionaries PUBG Tournament on July 2020.
Bringing convenience and simplicity in the setup of digital signages, the AOC Commercial Display sports a Full HD LED technology that delivers punchier and more accurate colors. It boasts four-sided, 3.5mm slim bezels for immersive viewing experience and an IPS panel for better viewing at any angle.
Setting up graphics is now made easier with the AOC’s Cloud Content Management System (CMS), allowing users to seamlessly create, manage, and publish from their own computers. This makes content update more convenient on the displays, reflecting all the changes made in the monitors connected. The AOC commercial displays also have a SmartPlayer feature that plays content from a USB device and supports all sorts of connections like VGA, HDMI, and USB 3.0.
The commercial displays are built to last up to 18 hours a day, one week of continuous use. The company also ensures that there were no issues of outages, breakages, or overheating in using these displays over a long period of time.
The AOC Commercial Display has two variants: D-Line (46-inch) and X-Line (55-inch). The D-Line costs PHP 69,800 while the X-Line one retails at PHP 50,750. Both will be available for online orders soon.