Gaming Monitors AOC G2260VWQ6 and G2460VQ6 supporting Anti-Blue Light – a new technology to protect eyes

Gaming Monitors AOC G2260VWQ6 and G2460VQ6 supporting Anti-Blue Light - a new technology to protect eyes

The company AOC announced two gaming panel with a response time of 1 ms, as well as technology support AMD FreeSync and Anti-Blue Light. The latter reduces the intensity of the waves harmful to the eyes blue spectrum without affecting the color rendition of the monitor. As a result, the gameplay remains the same fun, but the eye gamer will be reliably protected. Both new products, AOC G2260VWQ6 and G2460VQ6 , will go on sale in October 2015 for an estimated price of 149 and 179 euros, respectively.

Short-wave blue spectrum are harmful to eye. Technology AOC Anti-Blue Light change the peak wavelength of 450 nm at a much more secure – 460 nm, reducing the negative impact of 90%. Because blue light is changing, and is not blocked, the colors remain the same rich without losing image quality.

Gaming Monitors AOC G2260VWQ6 and G2460VQ6 supporting Anti-Blue Light - a new technology to protect eyes

Blink – another unpleasant effect, which may adversely affect the user’s perspective. It occurs at the time when the display is updated, and the LED-backlight brightness controls. Technology AOC Flicker FREE using direct current instead of pulse-impulse modulation, allowing the gamer does not experience discomfort and fatigue, even after hours of gaming.

The new displays support the technology AMD FreeSync and have a low response time of 1 ms at 60 Hz refresh rate – all this makes the gameplay smooth, without breaks image blur and delays. Earlier AOC has announced two more gaming monitor with support for AMD FreeSync and a refresh rate of 144 Hz: AOC G2460PF and G2770PF . All four models are available with a dynamic contrast ratio of 80 million to one that ensures depth and high image detail.

Gaming Monitors AOC G2260VWQ6 and G2460VQ6 supporting Anti-Blue Light – a new technology to protect eyes updated: August 27, 2015 author: Jonathan Davis