When I first saw the AOC Agon Pro AG275QXL League of Legends Edition gaming monitor in its reveal trailer, I felt compelled to try it out. This is something different that could at the very least spice up the market. I’ve spent the past month or so with it, and it’s certainly one of the more unique panels that’s made its way to my gaming desk.
On the surface, it’s pretty usual stuff in terms of specs: 1440p resolution, 170Hz refresh rate, IPS panel, 1ms GtG response time, G-Sync compatible. Where the AG275QXL differentiates itself from its brethren is its ability to dynamically adjust game-integrated RGB LEDs and respond to your in-game actions while playing League of Legends.
As someone who’s played League of Legends since 2012, this certainly piqued my interest. Could this be the best gaming monitor for fans of LoL, or would it ultimately feel as gimmicky as a game of URF? The answer is a bit more complicated.