The Aoc series of monitor panels offers an extremely low-cost option that offers the ability to monitor your blood glucose level in real time.
The monitors offer a resolution of 144Hz (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) and a refresh rate of 240Hz (1,920 x 1.080 pixels).
The monitors have a screen resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, which is a lot lower than the more expensive monitors from Dell and Acer, but the monitor is still better than competing monitors on the market.
The Aoc Series monitors also offer two different monitors in the box.
The AOC A11, which features the same panel as the AOC X1C, is a more affordable model that costs $229.99 and includes the Aoc X1E, which includes a $139.99 price tag.
The other AOC Series monitor is the A3, which has a price tag of $299.99, and has the same screen resolution as the X1X but has an extra panel in the rear of the display.
The two monitors can be purchased for $100 or $200, respectively, which puts the A1 and A3 in line for the top spot in the price bracket.
Both of the monitors are also available in black or white, and both feature IPS technology that offers more color accuracy than the TN panel found in the Acer and Dell monitors.
The Dell and AOC monitors are available in Black, Red, and Blue.
The Dell Aoc monitor also features a built-in battery, and a 3-year warranty.
Both the A10 and A11 are also backed by a three-year limited warranty, which also includes the warranty for the monitor itself.
The Acer Aoc is currently priced at $299, but will likely be $299 at launch.