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AOC I2757FM 27inch Pro IPS LED Monitor Review


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The AOC I2757FM ships in a colourful blue box with some high quality images showcasing the monitor. The box weighs around 8kg.
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Inside there are several cables, a regional specific power cable and adapter, a two piece stand with thumbscrew and a HDMI cable with manual and software disc.
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The compact stand takes a few minutes to attach and doesn’t take up much physical space, although there is only tilt adjustment. The monitor itself weighs around 5.7kg.
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The rear of the screen is almost mirrorlike and rather difficult to photograph without acquiring a plethora of reflections on the surface.
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Along the front is the control panel to adjust settings and input parameters. We will look at this in more detail, later in the review.
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The stand is nicely designed and sturdy in operation. There is an adjustment button on part of the stand extension.
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The screen has two HDMI inputs and a VGA (D-Sub) connector for older graphics cards. There is also a 3.5mm audio input and a headphone jack so you can pass through audio from a computer.  There is no DVI connector which is slightly disappointing, although you can get a relatively inexpensive DVI-HDMI converter cable online easily enough.

The lower HDMI connector has MHL support which means you can connect an MHL enabled device, such as a tablet or smartphone to this port and display content on the screen, while charging. It worked without a hitch during our testing.
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On the rear of the panel is the ‘AOC’ logo which is modestly presented along the top . The side view of the screen isn’t particularly flattering as it looks rather ‘boxy’. That said, it does take up minimal desk space which is useful in specific situations.


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