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AOC did a stellar job of knocking off some rust and catching our eyes with the downright stylish 2230Fm, and the inclusion of a self-sustaining media player was also worthy of a closer look. Thankfully, the kind folks over at Gear Diary managed to get ahold of one such unit and put it through the p

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AOC did a stellar job of knocking off some rust and catching our eyes with the downright stylish 2230Fm, and the inclusion of a self-sustaining media player was also worthy of a closer look. Thankfully, the kind folks over at Gear Diary managed to get ahold of one such unit and put it through the p

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AOC threw down a new trio of displays here yesterday, and we had the pleasure of stopping by to check 'em out in NYC. You've already had a chance to wade through all the specs and official verbiage surrounding the 42-inch L42H861 LCD HDTV, 22-inch 2218Ph LCD monitor and 22-inch 2230Fm do-it-all dis

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AOC threw down a new trio of displays here yesterday, and we had the pleasure of stopping by to check 'em out in NYC. You've already had a chance to wade through all the specs and official verbiage surrounding the 42-inch L42H861 LCD HDTV, 22-inch 2218Ph LCD monitor and 22-inch 2230Fm do-it-all dis

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AOC's 2230Fh LCD was fine and dandy, but if you're looking for something similar to pull triple duty as a media player and digital photo frame (its words, not ours), you'll need to refocus on the 2230Fm. Said display is apparently the first from the firm to boast HD3 technology, which alludes to it

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AOC's 2230Fh LCD was fine and dandy, but if you're looking for something similar to pull triple duty as a media player and digital photo frame (its words, not ours), you'll need to refocus on the 2230Fm. Said display is apparently the first from the firm to boast HD3 technology, which alludes to it

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If the Envision L42H761 was just barely, barely too rich for your blood at $1,050, AOC's looking to break the one grand mark with its newest 42-incher. The L42H861 packs a 1080p Full HD panel, a 6,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 176-degree viewing angles, 3-D comb filter, three HDMI ports, a VGA inpu

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Hey, at least it's not being secretive about it. AOC has just introduced its new $429.99 2218Ph LCD monitor, which -- among other things -- claims to bring PC users \"the element of style Mac users have enjoyed for the last few years.\" Judging by the image above, we're not too sure what exactly it's

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Shortly after bringing the Envision L42H761 to market, AOC has decided to cater to those looking for something a touch smaller. The 22-inch 2230Fh LCD should work just fine as a computer monitor or bedroom HDTV, provided that you bring your own source of programming. The unit packs a 1,680 x 1,050

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Shortly after bringing the Envision L42H761 to market, AOC has decided to cater to those looking for something a touch smaller. The 22-inch 2230Fh LCD should work just fine as a computer monitor or bedroom HDTV, provided that you bring your own source of programming. The unit packs a 1,680 x 1,050

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To say it's been awhile since we've seen anything noteworthy from AOC would be a gross understatement, but the Chinese firm is hitting back with a sleek new PMP that just dares you to feed it off-the-wall formats. Besides boasting an expansive 3-inch 400 x 240 resolution display, this bugger handle

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Christmas Eve just wouldn't be complete without yet another Chinese PMP surfacing, and this time we're looking at AOC's uber-sleek, ultrathin V500. Just marginally thicker than Apple's latest nano, this unit features a 2.4-inch QVGA LCD, an oh-so-shiny silver enclosure, USB 2.0 connectivity, and han

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