The operating menu can be called up via the power button, which is located in the middle under the panel. Unfortunately, we have to realize that the operation is very spongy and it often happens that one performs a wrong action during the setting or even turns off the monitor by mistake. Here another operation would be desirable. The menu itself is clear and you can see directly where you can make the desired adjustments.
Equipment and Extras
In addition to some rather inconspicuous extras, such as the headset holder, which proves to be very helpful in practice, AOC also offers other extras. A hole in the foot mount offers space for cable management and the integrated carrying handle is also very helpful. Unfortunately it has to be said that the grip is understandably not in the centre of gravity and you always need two hands, but this is not tragic with the weight.
A further feature are the two 2-watt loudspeakers that are integrated. In terms of quality, they can’t be compared to a headset, but we find the speakers helpful, even if they’re a bit quiet.
The monitor has HDMI and DisplayPort as connection options. There are also two USB 3.0 ports and headphone outputs. For the price and the size we would have wished for a bit more connections, but it is sufficient for everyday use with a PC.