AOC Q2770Pqu Monitor Review

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You’d expect a large 2,560x1,440 display to be overly expensive, but that isn’t the case with the AOC Q2770Pqu, one of the cheapest 27-inch, 2,560x1,440 monitors we’ve seen. It's also one of the best, as our colour calibrator showed it was already displaying 100 percent of the sRGB colour gamut at its default settings, so you don’t have to calibrate the monitor to get the best image quality.

This is partly because the Q2270Pqu uses a Super-PLS LCD panel, which is an evolution of IPS panel technology. Generally speaking, IPS screens have excellent colour accuracy, but Super-PLS panels supposedly produce even better colours. Super PLS panels we've tested in the past haven't always conformed this theory, though, a case in point being the Philips 272P4QPJKEB/00, but we were pleased to see the Q2770Pqu was an exception. Super-PLS panels are also meant to have wider viewing angles than IPS monitors.

This was certainly true with the Q2770Pqu, as we were able to see the screen clearly even when we were looking at the screen more
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