The on screen display (OSD) is accessible through a queue of touch sensitive buttons located at the bottom right of the screen. It’ll pop out a translucent menu where you can find most of the settings available for a monitor. It also includes a feature called Overdrive which would boost pixel response time, Bright Frame which would highlight or brighten only a selected part of the screen which you can select. One of the problems that you may face is the sensitivity of the touch sensitive buttons. AOC has done a great job with the I2472PWHUT with respect to the touch sensitive buttons. They are super responsive and are well located.

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The monitor houses an IPS panel with a 1000:1 contrast ratio and 250 cd/m2 brightness. The IPS guarantees an accurate color reproduction and superb viewing angles.

The color production of the I2472PWHUT is sufficient generally, though it may seem to get over-bright sometimes, though it can be calibrated using the settings. The settings provide presets such as Standard, Internet, Games etc. but they are of very minimal usage. A recommended setting is brightness at 50, contrast at 40 with color temperature at “Cool”.