New screens from AOC and Studio FA Porsche


Η AOC expands its display range with two new separate models. In collaboration with the world-famous design house About us F. A. Porsche, the new 24 " AOC PDS241 and 27 ” AOC PDS271 redefines any user expectation.

Equipped with AH-IPS panel 3-free sides, an asymmetrical metal base and a sleek design  ultra-slim, its two new screens AOC they pull all their eyes on them even when they are off. The PDS241 and PDS271 is the first modular PC monitors that combine power and power outputs HDMI on a single cable coming from the base itself, thus drawing all the attention and admiration on the simple screen. Porsche

In addition to their impressive appearance, they have AH-IPS panels  enriched with technology AOC SuperColor WCG covering a wide range of colors and providing wider angles. Porsche

Pioneering, slim and elegant design

When two legends meet, amazing things can happen. The famous dedicated AOC monitor company and studio legend Studio FA Porsche teamed up to bring the most beautiful screens on the market. The design philosophy behind this screen is inspired by the philosophy of Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. According to his approach, "If you analyze the function of an object, its form becomes obvious. "In the simplest form, a monitor is just a screen. But in fact, this simplistic view is covered by bulky bases and many wires hanging from the back. The new AOC PDS monitor series redefines the traditional design of the monitors.

"The expressive shape of the display base emphasizes the simple idea of ​​integrating cables into the base. The form not only follows the functionality, but upgrades it with the asymmetrical shape, in an elegant and refined way. ” - says Henning Rieseler, Head of Studio FA Porsche Berlin. ”

The 24 screens "PDS241 and 27" PDS271 will attract every user interested in the style, such as company executives, designers and artists. At the front, the asymmetric metallic base emphasizes the design of 3-free sides. Looking from the sides, the screens are thinner than the latest smartphones that are running, with just 5,2 mm thickness. The Studio FA Porsche designed the screens to stand out with their sleek looks even on the back - both the power and the signal of the screen pass through the base leading to a separate box. As a result, pure appearance embodies what should be a monitor - just a screen.

"We are very proud of the result of AOC's collaboration with the design firm Studio FA Porsche. The new futuristic and stylish PDS series displays clearly demonstrate AOC's commitment to innovative products - both in technology and design, ”says Stefan Sommer, AOC Director of Marketing & Business Management.

Wide range of colors and wide viewing angles

Even the disabled "24" PDS241 and 27 "PDS271 screens are turned off. But they really shine when powered on, thanks to state-of-the-art AH-IPS panels that deliver 1920 × 1080 pixels in Full HD resolution with ultra-wide 178 ° viewing angles. AOC SuperColor WCG technology enables monitors to cover 100% sRGB and 90% of the NTSC color gamut.

Eye-friendly

For those who can not literally take their eyes off these screens, they are both equipped with AOC Low Blue Light and AOC Flicker-Free technologies. AOC Low Blue Light technology reduces harmful shortwave blue light. On the other hand, AOC Flicker-Free technology adjusts the brightness of the screen with a DC (Direct Current) backlit system instead of PWM (Pulse Width Modulation), thus relieving eye strain even during long periods of use. An HDMI connector allows users to connect everything from desktops and laptops to game consoles and decoders, and connect headphones or speakers to the audio output.

AOC PDS241 and PDS271 models will be available in the market in June 2017, with an indicative retail price of € 219 and € 299 respectively.

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