AOC 25G3ZM 240Hz Gaming Monitor Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
A Closer Look
AOC may have a more affordable model here, but it certainly looks every bit as premium as their much more expensive models. It has those classic AOC Agon colours too, black with a touch of red, just like all the cool PC gaming hardware used to have. There’s a slim bezel on all four sizes of the panel too, so those using a multi-monitor configuration can certainly benefit from that.
There’s not much branding on the front, with just a simple AOC logo printed onto the bezel at the bottom.
The controls are pretty basic and consist of five buttons on the bottom edge of the monitor. One is for power, four more will align with whatever’s on the OSD.
The stand is nicely designed, and surprisingly stable but since the monitor is quite compact, there’s not a lot of weight to counterbalance here. The stand doesn’t take up much space at the back either, so slimmer desktop spaces should cope well.
The back of the monitor looks fantastic though, with more red highlights on the ventilation. The stand has a red stripe down the back too, as well as a circle to pass cables through, helping keep things neat and tidy.
The rear I/O is simple enough, with a pair of HDMI 2.0 ports and a single DisplayPort.