AOC E2270SWHN — 22 Inch FHD Monitor, 60Hz, TN, 5ms, Vesa 100 x 100, Tilt, Multimedia monitor (1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz, TN, 5ms, HDMI/VGA)

£ 107.99

  • Full HD - Enjoy games in HD or read crisp text in office applications
  • HDMI - Supported by the current gaming consoles, GPUs, and set-top boxes / VGA connection.
  • Flicker-free
  • Intelligent performance, streamlined design
  • Vesa wall mount - 100 x 100


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From the manufacturer



HDMI 1.4 x 1,

VGA / Head­phone out (3,5mm)


Intelligent performance, streamlined design — NO SPEAKERS

This 21.5″ dis­play deliv­ers a good per­for­mance for home users. It also helps them save costs with its mod­est ener­gy con­sump­tion, and offers tilt and wall-mount options.

hd resolution

flicker free

low blue


Flicker Free

AOC Flick­er-Free Tech­nol­o­gy utilis­es a DC (Direct Cur­rent) back­light pan­el, reduc­ing flick­er­ing light lev­els. With eye strain and fatigue absolute­ly min­i­mized, feel free to enjoy those long, intense gam­ing ses­sions in comfort!

Lowblue Light

AOC Low­blue Light pro­tects you from harm­ful blue light which, dur­ing long ses­sions, has been shown to cause eye strain, headaches, and sleep­ing dis­or­ders. Our Low­bue Light fea­ture reduces the harm­ful wave­lengths emit­ted with­out sac­ri­fic­ing col­or com­po­si­tion, set­ting the expe­ri­ence free from the wor­ry of eye damage.

250cd/m² Brightness

Want to use your mon­i­tor in a bright­ly-lit envi­ron­ment, e.g. beside a win­dow catch­ing the sun? The high 250 cd/m² (or 250 nits) bright­ness achieved by W‑LED back­light ensures a good vis­i­bil­i­ty on the dis­play even in these harsh set­tings. In com­par­i­son, the sRGB’s ref­er­ence lumi­nance lev­el is 80 cd/m².

vesa mount

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Additional information

Weight 2.8 kg
Dimensions 50.33 × 17.6 × 37.5 cm


Product Dimensions

50.33 x 17.6 x 37.5 cm; 2.8 Kilograms

Item model number






Screen Resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels


1080p Full HD

Processor Count


Computer Memory Type


Number of HDMI Ports


Number of VGA Ports



240 Volts


19 watts

Are Batteries Included


Item Weight

2.8 kg



Date First Available

17 Oct. 2015


AOC, AOC International


  1. Fezmeis­ter

    Make sure to get the right mod­el num­berGreat mon­i­tor for the price, works as expect­ed and does the job well. Just a word of warn­ing, make sure to get the mon­i­tor with both HDMI and VGA inputs as I read some reviews here say­ing that it does­n’t have an HDMI con­nec­tion which is true of the oth­er mod­el called Vesa E2270SWN, so be sure to check before order­ing if that is what you want. The Vesa E2270SWHN is the one with HDMI & VGA inputs.

  2. PJ

    Poor dis­play that can only be viewed if tilt­ed back a few degrees from ver­ti­cal and even then not great!Bought the mon­i­tor for my CCTV sys­tem, so glanc­ing at it a lot dur­ing the day. In spite of adjust­ing con­trast and bright­ness the dis­play was washed out and unpleas­ant to look at. Got as far as com­plet­ing an imme­di­ate return as the only way you could get any pic­ture qual­i­ty was by look­ing at the ver­ti­cal­ly posi­tioned screen from just above floor lev­el. Tried tilt­ing it back 20 degrees and it is much better/adequate for what I want it for and prob­a­bly not worth the has­sle of repack­ing and send­ing back and get­ting a dif­fer­ent model/brand. Chose AOC as I’ve had a large AOC mon­i­tor on my MacMi­ni for some years and it is real­ly good, not my expe­ri­ence with this one!I wish I’d read all the low star reviews before order­ing this in a hur­ry as the 6 year old LG mon­i­tor died and I need­ed a mon­i­tor next day.UPDATEAfter 2 days liv­ing with it, decid­ed to send it back after all, the dis­play being tilt­ed back was mak­ing me feel sick if I looked at it for any length of time and the pic­ture still had a very small view­ing angle. Replaced it with a BenQ GW2270HM, just £9 more and it is so much bet­ter. Don’t waste your time with this, may be a duff batch as I’ve two oth­er AOC mon­i­tors of dif­fer­ent sizes which are great, hence why I went for this one.If you want it for a PC, for­get it and buy some­thing else, in fact if you want it for any­thing more than a light­weight doorstop, don’t bother.

  3. John Hog­gard

    Cheap, nasty, ter­ri­ble colours, failed after 2wksPos­si­bly the worst 1920x1080p mon­i­tor I’ve ever used. Ter­ri­ble colour repro­duc­tion: whites are not white, blacks are, at best, dark grey.Terrible view­ing angles — tiny stand and only lim­it­ed tilt means you’ll nev­er view this mon­i­tor direct­ly face on, in which case, expect to see com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent colours at the bot­tom of the screen com­pared to the top of the screen.On device menu sys­tems is ter­ri­ble, all con­trolled via mul­ti­ple press­es on the Pow­er but­ton. This is because it’s sup­posed to be con­trol­lable via a piece of soft­ware called i‑Menu but this does­n’t work on mod­ern com­put­ers that do not have VGA out because the appli­ca­tion does not detect the mon­i­tor if you have to con­vert from HDMI to DVI or VGA (the two input methods).And, to top it all off, this mon­i­tor func­tioned for less than two weeks (see pho­to — you can just about make out the AOC logo — that’s sup­posed to be a sol­id white AOC on a black back­ground which you see at pow­er on, but, it just became a smeary unus­able mess).Returned.Will nev­er buy anoth­er AOC monitor.

  4. Andy J C

    Great Mon­i­tors For Upgrade Or Bud­get BuildI bought these two mon­i­tors to replace my ever dying pre­vi­ous ones and these have per­fect­ly tak­en their place.There is a real dif­fer­ence when you have been con­stant­ly work­ing from home on a 1440x900 16:10 mon­i­tor and then replace them with some real nice Full HD 1080p monitors!Both sit real nice on the desk and make things look sleek!Really easy to unpackage!Really easy to put togeth­er i.e. neck and base… just push them in until you hear 2 loud clicks.Easy to turn on but a bit awk­ward on the menu side of things… there is only one but­ton on these mon­i­tors and that is the pow­er but­ton so nav­i­gat­ing the menu is a lit­tle weird.Recommend putting the pro­vid­ed disc into the com­put­er to install and run the dri­vers and in there it will send you to a link to look at the instruc­tion manual.ONE THING: The DVI, VGA, HDMI and POWER CABLES ARE SHORT (cer­tain­ly were for me) so get some longer ones ordered or use the pre­vi­ous ones you may already have.The mon­i­tors them­selves look amaz­ing on my desk and is def­i­nite­ly worth spend­ing the mon­ey on!

  5. Cocaine­Tongue

    Ide­al for Office / Home Office — and appar­ent­ly not bad for gam­ing!With it’s straight-for­ward design, this 22″ mon­i­tor is ide­al for office/home-office set ups. Whilst it does­n’t fea­ture any form of manoeu­vra­bil­i­ty, it does sup­port VESA mount­ing — ide­al for wall & arm mount­ing to achieve that cus­tom posi­tion­ing you might be look­ing for. The res­o­lu­tion is 1920x1080 with a 5ms response time.Although not specif­i­cal­ly intend­ed for heav­ier use, this mod­el can per­form at a stan­dard pace when need­ed. I test­ed its capa­bil­i­ties on 3 games, includ­ing Cities: Sky­lines, OMSI 2 and Watch Dogs 2 and found that the mon­i­tor per­forms remark­ably well. With Full HD LED design you’re obvi­ous­ly can’t expect 4K style gam­ing but after play­ing a cou­ple hours on each I can say that I nev­er noticed any bug­ging-out or visu­al imper­fec­tions. I don’t play shoot­ers or FPS games so I can’t com­ment on that lev­el, but I’d rec­om­mend the 1ms AOC mod­el for that, if you want to keep with­in this tier of monitors.Connectivity includes 1 x HDMI and 1 x VGA, with both cables pro­vid­ed in the box. Prod­uct sup­port includ­ing dri­vers and soft­ware come with the prod­uct in an instal­la­tion disc, but if, like me, you don’t have an opti­cal dri­ve you can down­load dri­vers from the man­u­fac­tur­ers web­site. You’ll find 3 basic tools to con­trol the qual­i­ty and eco-foot­print of the mon­i­tor. That being said, I can’t seem to fig­ure out how to apply the changes to more than one mon­i­tor (I ordered two). It’s also impor­tant to realise that a bud­get-range mod­el like this would sel­dom fea­ture speak­ers, and this mod­el DOES NOT. Although Win­dows 10 does seem to class it as a High Def­i­n­i­tion Audio Device.

  6. Robin

    The colour is awful — Don’t buy.The colour on this screen is hor­ri­ble, I don’t know if I received a faulty mod­el but the screen was unable to pro­duce a clear white despite hav­ing spent sev­er­al hours play­ing around with the set­tings on both the screen and my PC. Every­thing had a yel­low­ish tint to it.I already own the non-HDMI ver­sion of this screen and had intend­ed for this screen to become my pri­ma­ry dis­play with my cur­rent screen serv­ing as a sec­ond dis­play, but the qual­i­ty of the image on this screen was so infe­ri­or I saw no alter­na­tive but to return it. The tint caused a lot of colours to be indis­tin­guish­able which removed detail from the image.

  7. Kar­lk

    This may be cheap, but its the worst mon­i­tor I have ever test­ed.The screen has a view­ing angle so bad that even sit­ting right in front of it and mov­ing your head just a frac­tion every­thing blurs and shines.The soft­ware to cal­i­brate the set­tings has to be applied every time you switch it on. You can save a pro­file but would have to enable it every time.I’m fed up of read­ing bad reviews about every­thing on Ama­zon, most peo­ple just want to say how rub­bish every­thing is when there is noth­ing wrong most of the time. Except for a few here and there. So I’m not doing the same here but as the descrip­tion says this is a real­ly poor qual­i­ty mon­i­tor, and is only fit for web brows­ing and not much else. I have had mon­i­tors from AOC before at the price point of £99+ and have been very sat­is­fied with them.

  8. Pra­ha­lath Reddy

    Just greatBest mon­i­tor I have ever brought for the buck and I sug­gest to any­one hav­ing low bud­get for moniters

  9. Ellie

    Motion blur every­where!Way too much motion blur!I’ve nev­er seen any­thing like the amount of blur on this mon­i­tor, even on an old LCD from 1998!Even scrolling through web­pages is enough to give you a headache, let alone try­ing to play games or watch films.Will be return­ing for a bet­ter mon­i­tor, would not rec­om­mend at all!

  10. Jack

    Okay but this should be a 2nd option.It’s very white, even with the con­trast low and bright­ness down. There’s also only a sin­gle but­ton on the mon­i­tor, the pow­er but­ton dou­bles as the menu, after it is turned on and is reviv­ing a sig­nal press­ing the “pow­er” but­ton again will open the menu, where you can cycle through options by press­ing the “pow­er” but­ton, sad­ly this mean’s that you are unable to turn the mon­i­tor off while the con­nect­ed device is still turned on. the only work around would be to open the menu and switch to an input that is not being used then press the but­ton again, luck­i­ly it will auto detect what input it is receiv­ing when turned on and will select that one.

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