The foot/stand consist of two pieces and you will have to assemble it yourself and then mount the screen on it. It sounds complicated, but all it is is simply tightening a screw on the bottom of the stand and pushing the screen into the mount. That’s it; and you are done!
Otherwise inside you will find a power adapter, power cable, HDMI cable, 3.5mm sound cable, glasses and clip on’s for people with glasses.
This AOC monitor does not have any real buttons, on the front of the panel you will find touch buttons that some reviewers have thought are hard to use but I personally like them.
They have also placed a AOC logo on the center of the monitor.
I love the look of this monitor, the aluminum bottom bezel and black screen match very well. As we can see on the back there is already a small stand that you can either use as a stand or otherwise you push this into the stand you can see below. Cable managment is very easy on this monitor since the ports are located on the bottom center of the screen.
Here we got the foot assembled and as we can see mounting the screen is quite easy, just slide the screen into the stand and it locks by itself.
Earlier reviews have claimed that the stand is a bit wobbly or flimsy but nothing more than my Dell from a year back is I have to admit.