Has it’s a gaming screen, they even throw in G-Sync for you NVIDIA graphics card fans.A large screen, 4K, G-Sync and the striking looks of the Agon-series. What’s not to love?
The AG271UG follows the aesthetics of its stablemates, which is no bad thing.
The black bezels are quite slim with the bottom bezel being treated to a brushed effect and unobtrusive dark red AGON logo. Those bezels measure 10.1mm on the top and sides and 15.8mm on the bottom edge.
To the right are the OSD (On Screen Display) controls. These are nicely spaced and have good feedback.
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A single white LED shows that the power is on.
Front to back the monitor panel measures 64mm. Including the stand, the whole thing is about 218mm deep.The rear of the screen is dressed in the now familiar matte black plastic with dark red brushed-effect plastic wings of the Agon range.
The stand attaches centrally using a captive screw in the base and then 4 screws in order to attach the stand to the panel. Included in the bundle is a Vesa mounting plate, should that be more your thing.
2W speakers provide audio – best just use this for notifications if you want my opinion.
On the right side you’ll find a 3.5mm headphone jack, 3.5mm audio input and 2 USB 3.0 ports. The top, yellow USB port, supports fast-charging for compatible devices.
Above these ports is a flick-out headphone hook. When not in use it is stored at the rear of the screen pointing upwards.
At the rear there is another pair of USB 3.0 ports (making 4 in total, plus upstream) and the DC power input.Here you will also find your HDMI port and Display Port inputs as well as a 3.5mm audio out.