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AOC's 34" panorama u3477Pqu received

02 Oct 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

AOC calls it a panorama monitor and AOC is one of several manufacturers who are launching these extra wide 21:9-format monitors. We have received the AOC u3477Pqu for testing to see if the extra wide screen makes sense on a desktop.

AOC u3477Pqu received

A 34-inch monitor is almost like a TV, except that this one is extra wide, which allows you to have several windows opened side-by-side while working. AOC is one of the first to launch one of these monitors, and specifically u3477Pqu offers 3440x1440 pixels and an IPS panel.
More about AOC u3477Pqu here.

AOC u3477Pqu


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AOC u3477Pqu will be available in Europe later in October for around 890 Euro.



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