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AOC AGON AG273QG 27" Nano IPS 1ms 165Hz 2K Monitor + Bonus Razer KB & Mouse + $100 Steam Voucher - $599 Shipped @ PC Byte

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Same price than everywhere else however this includes a mouse (cheapest $99 pcbyte) and a keyboard (cheapest $139 staticice) on top the $100 steam voucher with free shipping what makes this deal the best.

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AOC AGON AG273QG 27" Nano IPS 1ms 165Hz 2K QHD G-Sync Gaming Monitor with HAS ($100 Steam Code)
MPN: AG273QG SKU: 1400620027991

27" Nano IPS 2K QHD Resolution

NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible

165Hz Refresh Rate

1ms Response Time

Height Adjustment, Pivot, Swivel

FREE Razer Mamba Elite Mouse $139

FREE Razer BlackWidow V3 TKL Keyboard $179

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  • +4

    I would be a lot more aggressive with the keyboard and mouse valuation, but if you're happy with the overall package it's a good deal.

    • +1

      I agree, I would not pay that much for that but it is their rrp or lower so it adds some value anyhow. Perfect to someone who would buy it at 599 anyway

  • How much could I realistically sell the mouse, keyboard and steam code for?
    Worth getting a couple of these for a dual screen work set up? Or stick with the recent dell deals?

    • +3

      $150 quick sell
      $75 voucher

      Recovery: $225
      Monitor costs: $375

      • Thanks you absolute legend.

        • He wayyyy undervalued them. An easy way to assess potential sale is to get on eBay, search, lowest price? Lower it by $10, you're the next best thing in eBay

          Works for me :p

          • +1

            @The Milk Man: yep sold a flight simulator box this way. those things are super unwanted these days since flying is in the dumps as a career.

  • -1

    Same monitor at Scorptec for $299?

    Correct me if i am wrong.

    https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/monitors/25plus-inch/803...

    • That one looks to be 1080p only which is pretty sad at 27inch.

  • Hi everyone,
    Keeping bonuses aside.can someone please comment on real world usage of this vs aoc 34 inch qhd va panel ultrawide with 144hz response time. Looking to buy one for casual gaming and productivity. Dont know if i am going to enjoy ultrawide and cannot see any display model on my local store.
    Thanks

    • I'm a huge fan of ultrawide displays having gotten mine last year but I wouldn't fully recommend it for everyone… Mainly because it'd be hard to make the move back to 16:9 after getting used to it, but also because it's harder to drive the extra res (if we're talking 3440x1440). It also suits some games more than others, and straight up isn't supported natively by some games which is devastating but there's usually slightly fiddly a work around.

      They're great for productivity although if you're doing any design work you'll want to avoid a curved display, or at least have a second flat monitor for proofing on πŸ˜›

      • Thanks for the input. My most use will be Microsoft word, then some chrome and game pass gaming. I think i should go with ultrawide???

  • Is the shield screen on the monitor removable?

    • Its not attached when you get it. I havent bothered to install mine

      • what does it even do, prevent glare if for some reason you game in the sunroom? or have a giant ass window behind you?

  • Looks like a good deal but got a new KB and monitor 2 weeks ago.

  • what exactly is that 'shield' thing for?

    • To stop glare? If you like to play in a well lit room but want to avoid screen glare.

      I know this would help on my current monitor.

      • IPS screens dont really need it though atleast in my experience

  • Think this is a pretty decent deal, but the dell may be better overall.
    This is missing freesync so you're locked to Nvidia, something that can become a major pain when there's limited choice in gpus

  • +1

    Hmm.. wonder how good this would be for photo editing? IPS is usually good

  • +1

    Bought the badboy, time to sell all the add-ons
    The goal, a monitor for $200 πŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌ

    Thanks OP! ❀️

    • +1

      Nice.

    • So you're going to sell the bonus stuff for more than it's price new at any store?

      Sounds like most of what I see on FB marketplace I guess ☺️

      • well, I typically list them on eBay for a "better price" than what's available with Offers open, i'm 100% seller so that always gives credibility too.
        But, yeah! :D
        The Steam credit probably for $90 which is 10% off 🀷

  • Op listed $340 RRP… Off a $600 monitor… So I think you might struggle to get it down to $200 πŸ˜†

    • Well, I said it's the goal, not a must! Even $250 isn't too shabby. Won't be upset about it, worst case I'll sell the monitor as well if a better deal comes along :p

  • Please tell me you can remove that ugly shield!

    Disregard….missed the comments that said it's not attached in the box.

  • This deal vs the Dell deal

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/614852

    If you sell the keyboard and mouse you would probably be left having paid $350 for this monitor.

    • 144hz Vs 165hz

      Full G- sync Vs freesync

      It can be cheaper after selling all add-ons for a undervalue amount.

      I would grab the AOC.

      • The Dell is 165hz on display port and it is g-sync compatible, which is reported to work fine. It is also an HDR monitor.
        Still a hard choice considering the hassle of having to sell components to get comparable value.

        But of course, there is that beautiful shield screen that the AOC comes with as a value bonus lol

      • Dell is full g sync certified and freesync too. This is just g sync compatible, no chip. So it's the same as the Dell in terms of g sync but has no freesync

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