AOC E2351F vs Samsung S27A650D: 18 facts in comparison
1. response time
Response time is how long it takes for a display to change the state of pixels, in order to show new content. The less time it takes to respond, the less likely it is to blur fast-changing images.
Acer Predator XB2 (XB252Q) 24.5": 1ms
2. power consumption operation
How much power the device consumes when it's switched on.
Sharp LB-1085: 1.1W
3. screen size
The bigger the screen size is, the better the user experience.
Sharp LB-1085: 108"
4. supports total tilt
Total tilt adjustment is the ability for the monitor head to move up and down. Tilt adjustment enables a user to change the viewing position of the display, creating a more comfortable view of the screen.
84% have it
5. contrast ratio
Contrast ratio is the visual distance between the lightest and the darkest colors that may be reproduced on the display. A high contrast ratio is desired, resulting in richer dark colors and more distinctive color gradation.
Acer XB0 XB240H 24": 100000000:1
Luminance is the intensity of light that a device emits.
Acer Predator X35 35" UW-UXGA: 1000cd/m²
7. maximum horizontal viewing angle
Horizontal viewing angle is the maximum angle at which a display can be viewed with acceptable visual performance.
LG 32UK950 32": 178º
8. has an LED-backlit display
Uses LED backlighting, resulting in better image quality, more vibrant colors and richer blacks.
80% have it
9. has a DVI connector
Devices that have a DVI connector (usually computers and notebooks) can be connected to the TV set.
56% have it
10. Supports VESA mount
The VESA mount is a standard used by most manufacturers. A device that supports the VESA mount can be mounted on many different supports, from arms to wall mounts.
70% have it
Asus VX278Q 27": 4.5g
12. power consumption on standby
How much power the device consumes when shut down but still plugged in.
Asus MB168B Plus: 0W
13. shipping weight
The gross weight of the product when packaged, including all wrapping, and boxing.
Asus VP247N 23.6": 0.8kg
14. maximum vertical viewing angle
Vertical viewing angle is the maximum angle at which a display can be viewed with acceptable visual performance.