AG Neovo has joined the big leagues with the release of its first 4K/UHD monitor, the 28-inch QF-28.
The AG Neovo QF-28 is based on a 10-bit LED-backlit TFT panel in UHD (3840x2160) resolution. The panel is rated at 300cd/m2 brightness and 1000:1 static contrast, which is more or less standard for entry level 4K panels nowadays. The reaction time is 3ms (GTG) and the panel supports 4K content at 60Hz, which is not the case with many cheap 4K monitors.
The QF-28 also has a few interesting features on the side, such as a height adjustable stand that can tilt, pivot and swivel. There’s a USB 3.0/2.0 hub on board, along with two 3W speakers and a VESA mount. Not too shabby for an entry-level 4K panel. UHD content at 60Hz is supported via DisplayPort 1.2, but the monitor also sports VGA D-Sub, DVI-D and HDMI 1.4 inputs.
Not too shabby for for AG Neovo’s first crack at the 4K market and the asking price is Europe ranges from €499+ in Poland to about €550 in DACH markets. It’s not the cheapest 4K/UHD monitor around, but then again it does feature proper 60Hz support along with a few useful ergonomic features.
Also, here’s some free Fudzilla advice for AG’s marketing team – when selling a 4K monitor, make sure your official product gallery actually has some high resolution press shots, as 260x240px doesn’t really cut it unless you’re looking at it on a smartwatch. (Saves me the trouble of adding a thumbnail. Ed)