This model targets business and home office users alike. Hidden behind its classically designed case is the latest LED technology.It boasts a high typical contrast, an ultra-fast response time and...
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11 Reasons For
Owner Reviews Are Good
On average, based on 19 owner reviews this PC display has an overall owner rating of 83%.
AOC Has Excellent Flatpanel Monitor Reviews
AOC medium monitors have excellent ratings on average and across all PC screens AOC is one of the best manufacturers.
Easy to Use
Some people who purchased the AOC E2260 reckoned that it was easy to use. Shoney mentioned on Amazon two years ago “Clear to use does what it does so im happy to recommend it” and rated the product as very good.
LED Display Type
This PC screen has an LED display type, which is the most frequently found display type on medium monitors that have been around for around the same time as it.
Alternative PC screens that have an LED Display currently available that you might want to look at include the Hanns.G HE225DPB which has better reviews.
Has a Built-In Speaker
The AOC E2260 has a built-in speaker, unlike most of the other comparable spec PC screens that were released around the same time as the E2260 which do not have a built-in speaker.
We compared all the other PC screens with a built-in speaker to this PC screen and we think because of it's better review score, the Benq GL2250, and the Hanns.G HE225DPB is also worth considering.
There are a number of other flatpanel monitors which also have a built-in speaker which you might want to look at including the Hannspree HE225DPB.
Quite Long Mean Time Between Failures
At 70,000 hours, the AOC E2260 has a fairly long mean time between failures compared to most of the other medium monitors that have been around for more than two years. The shortest mean time between failures of LCD screens that were released more than two years ago is 30h, the longest is 70,000h, and the average mean time between failures is 33,000h.
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Very Low Power Consumption When Off
The power consumptions when off of LCD screens of a comparable type and age to the E2260 range from 0.005W to 21W. With a power consumption when off of only 0.2 Watts, the AOC E2260 has a quite low power consumption when off compared to most of the other medium monitors that were released more than two years ago.
1080p Video Mode
This PC monitor has a 1080p video mode, which is typical of many comparable spec flatpanel monitors that were launched more than two years ago.
1920 X 1080 (HD 1080) Graphics Resolution
This PC monitor has a graphics resolution of 1920 x 1080 (HD 1080), which is typical of many medium monitors that have been available for a comparable time to it.
At only 511 millimeters, the AOC E2260 is quite narrow compared to most of the other similar spec PC displays that came out more than two years ago. The widths of similar spec LCD screens that were released around the same time as the E2260 range from 50mm to 6,500mm, and the average width is 580mm.
If you would consider a flatpanel monitor with a wider width then you might want to look at the Benq GW2260 (397mm), the Acer 226HQ (508mm), or the Asus VE228TR (512.84mm).
The lightest PC display that was released more than two years ago is 3g weight, the heaviest is 39kg, and the average weight is 4.9kg. At only 2.7 kilograms, the AOC E2260 is quite light compared to most of the other PC displays that have been available for more than two years.
9 Reasons Against
Not 3D Compatible
Like most of the other PC displays of this spec and age, the AOC E2260 is not 3D compatible.
Does Not Have a Built-In Camera
The AOC E2260 does not have a built-in camera, although this is within the context that most of the other PC displays of this age and spec also do not have a built-in camera.
We compared this flatpanel monitor to all the other PC screens with a built-in camera and we think the HP Compaq LA2206 which also has a higher rating is also worth considering.
Does Not Have an Integrated Card Reader
Most medium monitors that have been on the market for a comparable time to the E2260 do not have an integrated card reader. The AOC E2260 is no exception to this as it too does not have an integrated card reader.
Only One Loudspeaker
The AOC E2260 is a one loudspeaker PC monitor. Most of the other flatpanel monitors of a comparable spec and age to the E2260 have between one and three loudspeakers.
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Quite Small Viewable Height
Across all the PC screens of a comparable spec and age to the E2260 the viewable heights range from 28mm to 630mm. The AOC E2260 has a fairly small viewable height (only 268.5 millimeters) compared to most of the other medium monitors that were released more than two years ago.
Only HD HD Type
This LCD screen has a Full HD HD type, which is typical of many PC displays of a comparable age and type to it.
Very Small Display Diagonal
With a display diagonal of only 54.6 centimeters, the AOC E2260 has one of the smaller screen sizes amongst medium monitors of this age. The average display diagonal of medium monitors that were released around the same time as the E2260 is 66cm.
Very Low RMS Rated Audio Power
The RMS rated audio powers of PC monitors that were launched more than two years ago range from 0.5W to 49W, and the average RMS rated audio power is 5.3W. At only 2 Watts, the AOC E2260 has a fairly low RMS rated audio power compared to most of the other flatpanel monitors of this spec and age.
Quite Low Video Dot Rate
The video dot rates of PC displays that are a comparable age to the E2260 range from 85MHz to 280MHz, and the average video dot rate is 160MHz. The AOC E2260 has one of the lower video dot rates (only 146 megahertz) amongst medium monitors of this age.
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Released Over Four Years Ago
AOC released the E2260 over four years ago.
1920 X 1080 Pixels Display Resolution
This PC display has a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is the most commonly found display resolution on PC monitors of this spec and age.
1680 x 1050
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
1680 x 1050 (WSXGA+)
Full HD, HD
Digital Vertical Frequency
50 - 75
Digital Horizontal Frequency
30 - 83
Viewable Size Diagonal
Vertical Scan Range
50 - 76
Horizontal Scan Range
30 - 83
0.282 x 0.282
Display Colour Count
Vertical Viewing Angle
Horizontal Viewing Angle
Typical Contrast Ratio
Native Aspect Ratio
Supported Number of Colours Display
16.78 million colours
Ports & Interfaces
Common Interface Technology (CI)
Common Interface Plus (CI+)
VGA (D-Sub) Port
RMS Rated Audio Power
Integrated TV Tuner
Integrated Card Reader
Compatible Memory Card
Mean Time Between Failures
Thin Client Installed
Ethernet LAN Port
-2 - 92
Maximum Height Adjustment
-5 - 22
Swivel Angle Range
0 - 178
VESA Mount Interface
0 - 178
Cable Lock Slot
On Screen Display Language
CHI (SIMPL), CHI (TR), CZE, DEU, DUT, ENG, ESP, FIN, FRE, ITA, JPN, KOR, POL, POR, RUS, SWE
I used to be a peasant. That was before I found GabeN. I look back on my peasant self these days and I look at it in discuss. I can't believe I used to play on a 1080P TV with 600p resolution at... Read more…
For a cheap monitor, this is more or less about the best that you'll get. The colors are good once you tweak the brightness, the monitor itself feels solid (but the stand seems a bit cheap, but... Read more…
1080p, decent picture, price
Viewing angles are meh
Brightness is WAY too high by default
Not the best stand, but adequate
Flimsy base and frame, controls are funky, comes with Analog VGA cable only (although it has a DVI connector)
Low level contrast. To shinny. It is unadjustable. Some colors are lost in the light. Low quality
I had an odd issue with a border appearing around the screen edge. With the AOC set to 1920x1080 the size of the border varied with the other monitors screen resolution. I had this thing hooked to... Read more…
Because the stand is flimsy, the monitor ended up leaning to the left while I was using it. To fix this, I stacked and placed two poker chips under the left side of the stand to even out the... Read more…
Let me say that I own the M2060SW, which is identical except a 20in (19.5in) version of this and everything else is the SAME. I originally purchased this to be my primary monitor and to relegate... Read more…
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