Grab AOC's curved 144Hz FreeSync gaming monitor on sale for $145

Time to upgrade that rusty old screen you're using and get something new and shiny. AOC's C24G1 24-inch frameless curved FreeSync monitor is down to $144.99 on Amazon. That's $35 off its regular $180 price and the lowest we have ever seen. Its next best price was a drop to $160 a couple months ago.

The specs for this screen are impressive. It's got a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, a 1500R curved VA panel, a 144 Hz refresh rate, a 1 ms response time, and AMD's FreeSync. The frameless design helps immerse you and it comes with a 3-year warranty.

This is a monitor that's just trying to add as much sex appeal as it possibly can without breaking the bank. I mean, the worst part about it is that it's only 24 inches and only 1080p, neither of which is a bad thing. It also has a super fast 1 ms response time and a 144 Hz refresh rate, which is perfect for gaming. Plus, you've got AMD's FreeSync technology to work with. If you use an AMD graphics card, you can reduce screen tearing during high-paced action, and if you're running at 144 Hz that'll be necessary.

With the frameless edges and 1500R curved VA panel, you've got a display that's designed to immerse you. Not only that, but it works great in multiple monitor setups, too, so you can create your own computer battlestation at home.

The stand is height adjustable, but the monitor is also equipped with the VESA 100x100mm mounting standard so you can put it on an arm mount or on the wall if you want. The connectivity options include a DisplayPort, two HDMI ports, and VGA. Reduce strain on your eyes over the long term with AOC's Low Blue mode and flicker free tech.

AOC has a lot of confidence in this screen. If you have any dead or bright pixels in its first three years, AOC will replace it. There's also a year of coverage for a one-time replacement due to accidental damage. Users give it 4.4 stars based on 311 reviews.

John Levite
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