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AOC e2752She Glossy Black 27" 2ms Dual HDMI Widescreen LED Backlight Slim Monitor 300 cd/m2 20,000,000:1 (dynamic)

  • 1920 x 1080 2ms
  • 20,000,000:1 (dynamic)
  • D-Sub, 2XHDMI, Audio Out
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AOC e2752She 27in. Slim 2ms LED Monitor

27in. Class LED-Backlit Monitor with 2ms Response Time, VGA and Two HDMI Ports, Earphone Audio Port, 1920 x 1080 Resolution Display
The e2752She is a 27in. widescreen LED-backlit monitor that delivers stunningly crisp and impressive image quality, and solid performance with a two millisecond response time. Ideal for multimedia applications, the energy efficient display also features two HDMI ports and a 3.5mm audio port for earphone.
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Key Features
  • Screen+ software to split display into four self-contained work areas
  • Direct-Insert horizontal connectors for ease of connecting your cables
  • Audio in/out with a 3.5mm audio port for earphone
  • 2ms (GTG) response time for smooth motion playback
  • Multimedia connectivity with VGA and two HDMI ports
  • VESA 100mm wallmount compliant
e2752She Attractive Slim and User-Friendly Design
The e2752She is designed with a glossy black bezel and base. The monitor is able to display 16.7 million colors and offers a 2ms response time that provides crisp, clear images even in fast action sequences while gaming or watching action films. The ultra-high dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000,000:1 reveals more depth and detail in darker scenes, with an audio port for plugging in 35mm earphone jack or your audio speakers. The versatile monitor is VESA 100mm wall mount compliant, meaning it can be used on a desktop or conveniently mounted on the wall to save space. The monitor's slim and streamlined appearance is complemented by its ergonomic, user-friendly design.

Features You Will Appreciate
The monitor settings can be adjusted via the on-screen menu system, which is available in 14 languages including English, French and Spanish. The iMenu option also allows the user to change settings using only the keyboard and mouse, so that it is not necessary to reach up to the screen to adjust contrast, brightness and other preset modes. Other bonus features include embedded Screen+ software that divides the screen into four self-contained work areas for improved productivity, and an Off Timer that sets an alarm clock to turn off the monitor automatically. The e2752She comes with VGA and two HDMI with HDCP for easy connectivity and features easily accessible digital and power connections that are rear-facing for direct insertion, a placement that is much more convenient than the more common downward-pointing ports.

A Monitor That is Eco-Friendly
Along with delivering strong performance, image quality and bonus features, the ENERGY STAR compliant e2752She also reduces energy costs and environmental impact. The display's LED backlight is completely free of toxic Mercury, and the monitor also includes an eSaver feature that lets the user preset power conservation modes for the display when the PC is not in use. The monitor's Power Saving Mode uses 50% less power, and Standby Mode uses only 0.1W.


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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  • Homer L.
  • 1/11/2015 7:29:24 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThree is a charm

Pros: Excellent monitor. I have three and all are great!!

Cons: No cons to report.

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  • Michael G.
  • 1/8/2015 3:19:06 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsColor Adjustment

Pros: - Price for size (I got it on a sale)
- Brightness

The monitor is a nice upgrade from my prior 24" screens. It's very bright (but adjustable if you want a dimmer screen) and looks great, least as far as I'm able to tell.

Cons: - HDMI connection is detected as a TV by videocard (see other thoughts)
- 'large pixels'. Compared to other monitors it is slightly 'fuzzy' but I don't notice it at all anymore, even when it's immediately adjacent to a clearer monitor.

Neither seemed worth docking a point.

Other Thoughts: When connected by HDMI to a videocard the screen looks rather washed out. The solution is found by a search for something like "Monitor color range". For nvidia cards using latest drivers, under the Nvidia control panel change the color range from limited to full and that washed out look will vanish immediately. I cannot stress checking this enough because it went from me considering this a 3 egg monitor to a 5 egg monitor.

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  • Bruce L.
  • 1/5/2015 10:31:56 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat monitor for the price

Pros: Fast enough for games, big, clear lightweight

Cons: Needs gamma corrected from the Video card side for game use.

Other Thoughts: If using for games it will have a washed out look. This can be corrected from your video card side. Open the controller for the vid card and change gamma setting.

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  • 12/9/2014 11:51:07 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood monitor at good price.

Pros: -large clear screen with good color after adjustment
-HDMI x2, with speaker in and out, vga
-real button controls (though underneath) with lots of options
-no dead pixels (even 1 dead pixel should not be tolerated)
-some bleed through, but very little
-volume control in menu via speaker out
-out standing for gaming and text, photo work - very fast !

Cons: -pixel density is not the highest - but not really noticeable
-no built in speakers, but the audio in/out does just fine and volume control in menu
-one small area of dark smudge called a 'mira' I think. lower right that has pretty much went away after color, contrast, brightness corrections
-poor color out of the box but after adjustments, just fine.
-slightly flimsy stand

Other Thoughts: If you get this monitor under $200 it is a steal, the colors for a TN panel are exceptional to me anyways but only after some major corrections via on board adjustments and graphic display adjustments. Remember less is more. Speaking of- the brightness is amazing, almost too bright but looks good against darks. There is some bleed through but exceptionable for price and type of panel- monitor optimization removes nearly all of this.

The stand is wobbly, but is actually very strong- you will never notice if your desk, coffee table, etc is stable. I my self, always build cabinets for my monitors- it blocks out light, protects, hides cables, houses my speakers and many different accessories. I just put a couple of screws through the base. The cabinet is 1/2 cedar box just around the monitor only, sticking out about 3" on each side to block light.

I used to prefer my monitors always have speakers (even if poor ones) because I freq hook up gaming consoles but the in/out audio is even better. I set of speakers works great so your xbox/ps sounds fine via HDMI connections.

Again this display does not have as many pixels per inch as some higher end monitors nor compares to 4k, and does not need to at its great price point. Games look fine and so does video, pictures, text after monitor optimizations. 10-15mins of adustments does this display a world of improvement.

There was one small dark smudge or area of darkness on the screen near the right bottom area, freq with most monitors of this type, class. Barely noticeable and after optimization, I cannot even find it anymore.

The menus are pretty rough to navigate through, and the onboard controls via software did not work for me. But I have not touched the controls after initial setups so this con is not that important. Dependent on your video card may need to change to CMYK 444 - and if possible I would suggest any monitor that can display that do so.

Screen is a nice matte but displays everything pretty good, while some IPS monitors I have do much better with glossy items I was still pleased. The cabinet itself- arrgh is extremely fingerprint glossy, so much so the first thing I did was take some fine sandpaper to it- glossy surfaces are not for gamers it is for little girls who think it looks prettier. Now this is to the front boarder where you are looking into the screen. Also for those wanting to setup multiple monitors this may not be for you as the front stiles are nearly 7/8 inch wide.
Monitor start up and shutdown is pretty fast, the blue LED under that bottom is kinda bright to me, perma marker fixed that,

Final thoughts: For the price, type, and class this monitor more then exceeded my expectations. I will be using it for console games and pc games only, though it performed well with graphics editors. I was surprised how much optimization this monitor needed and the presets are a joke, after wards it looks amazingly good. Not $400-500 but close. IT is fast to 2ms

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  • Shawn W.
  • 11/19/2014 6:16:12 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Bright screen, Nice contrast. Has operated perfectly since i bought it.

Cons: The stand seems a little cheap but i'm really splitting hairs with the stand.

Other Thoughts: If you can get it for a decent price it has worked great for me. When i upgrade my second monitor (which is currently a tv) I will purchase another one of these.

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  • Bill S.
  • 10/28/2014 11:56:04 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat monitor for the price

Pros: Great price. Also, its huge.

Cons: None yet.

Other Thoughts: I don't know how you can expect more for the sale price I got it at. Its large, the picture quality is as good as I've yet owned, and its a lot of monitor. Stand is sturdy. Used for gaming and movies.

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  • Wendy H.
  • 9/2/2014 1:35:59 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGood but only after color ajustments.

Pros: I like this monitor very much now, though not at first. After adjusting the color with the Nvidia control panel everything fell into place.

Cons: You must adjust the color before you get quality color

Other Thoughts: If you can find it for around $200. get it!

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  • Douglas C.
  • 8/4/2014 5:18:34 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

4 out of 5 eggsNice for the price

Pros: Low price, large size, bright screen.

Cons: Need to change color format if using nVidia. See other thoughts

Other Thoughts: When I first plugged this monitor in, it was really washed out. I adjusted the settings on the monitor but it was only a little better. I did some googling and found out that with some nVidia cards, you have to change the "Digital color format" in the nVidia control panel to "YCbCr444" instead of "RGB". Once I did that, it made a HUGE difference. I almost returned the monitor before making this change. Now I'm glad I didn't.

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  • Daniel M.
  • 7/10/2014 9:40:44 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

3 out of 5 eggsRough Monitor

Pros: bright consistent colors across display
LED backlight allows for very neutral greys and 'white whites'
No dead/stuck pixels
Very even backlighting
1 VGA and 2 HDMI inputs
Works just fine at non-native resolutions as found in BIOS, or setting at 720p for gaming on budget GPUs

Cons: Pixels are ridiculously large and bulky (see 'other thoughts')
Cheap parts make for lots of noise in the image. The VGA is so bad that I had to hunt down a HDMI cable, and even the HDMI has a fair amount of noise (but passable).
Text and static images look rough and boxy with no amount of ClearType or AA that can really smooth the picture out. Certain color patterns, or putting text over some grey backgrounds produce illegible results and strange colors.
Color range and contrast is very limited (though greyscale is surprisingly good... not sure how that happens)
Color accuracy does not exist and is all over the map, decent OSD controls help reign it in, but it is never going to be 'good'
Chroma is just bad.

Other Thoughts: I bought this as a stop-gap replacement for my wife's 27" monitor that died recently. The old display was a 27" 1920x1200 16:10 display. The main thing it suffered from was a bad backlight setup which caused extremely limited contrast, poor black levels, backlight bleeding that got much worse over time, and the white and greys were always a little on the warm/yellow side.

This new display does not suffer from any of those issues. It has a far superior backlight which gives good black level (for a monitor), no bleed, nice even lighting, and very neutral grey scale with white whites.

Sadly, the panel and processing end of this display are trash. While the old display had issues with things like dark movies, every other use-case was passable and usable.

The big issue is with text. A computer is often used for games and videos which this monitor does an OK job at, but even the most avid gamer spends a ton of time looking at text, and that is where this display falls apart.
The pixels are large and poorly defined. Part of this is the nature of such a large display, but our older display had only a slightly higher ppi (83.86 vs 81.59) but the pixels were well defined and things like text and static images were clear and not too blocky. Text over a white background is rough but passable, but when you put text over a grey background, or a color picture, it can quickly become illegible. It is almost like the pixels around the text bleed into it, producing deformations in the shape, or even producing rainbow-like boarders between black text/lines and color images.
The other big issue is noise on the processing end. As stated above, the VGA has a fair amount of noise. Still usable, but not something you want to look at all day. Moving to HDMI cleaned up most of it (no more interference patterns crawling up the screen), but there is still that speckled analog looking noise in the screen that I am not accustomed to on a digital input.
Lastly, static images look horrible. Lots of stair-stepping between colors. I mean, it is bound to happen on any low ppi display; but again our old display was not that different but cleartype and AA were enough to make it a non-issue, where there is no compensating for it here.

At the end of the day I could not recommend this to anyone. This is a junk TV mascaraing as a computer monitor with all of the normal issues that can be expected with such a setup. Thankfully it has an OSD with a lot of controls to vastly improve the stock settings... but even after calibration and running ClearType it is just bad for desktop computer use. I would highly suggest buying a smaller but better quality 1080p display, or else spending a little more money for even a cheap 1440p display at this size which is simply going to have less of these issues.

When we do replace this I will use it on my test bench to troubleshoot PCs and watch TV, but we will not use this as a main display any longer than needed.

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  • Candace Q.
  • 6/20/2014 11:30:51 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat monitor

Pros: I bought this monitor after buying a different AOC monitor that was fantastic. This monitor is the same size as the other and only has a slightly better quality. I play FFXIV on this monitor and the graphics are wonderful. I bought it while it was on sale and do not regret it.

Cons: There are no cons I can think of other than not having a remote to swap between my computer and Xbox.

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