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AOC unveils new 35" curved monitor with 160 Hz FreeSync

28 Dec 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

AOC has unveiled its latest PC monitor; a 35-inch curved monitor designed for gaming. It features FreeSync technology and 160 Hz refresh rate. The manufacturer will also launch new 4K and quantum dot based monitors.

A curved 35” monitor

AOC has unveiled a range of new monitors. The most significant addition to the line-up is the 35-inch curved C3583FQ. The ultra-wide (21:9 aspect ratio) gaming monitor has a VA panel, FreeSync (range: 45 Hz and up), and up to 160 Hz refresh rate through an “overclocked” mode, says AOC.

AOC 35-inch curved C3583FQ


The monitor offers 2560x1080 resolution, which is not as high as certain high-end monitors but a good match for gaming. Response time is 5 ms (g2g). The design is fairly basic with a rectangular base that is slightly rounded at the front to complement the curved design. It can be connected to a PC via 2x HDMI (1.4), 2x DisplayPort (1.2a) or DVI. There are also built-in 2x5W speakers, and a headphone port.

AOC 35-inch curved C3583FQ


4K, Style, and quantum dots

At CES 2016, AOC will also unveil two other monitors. 27-inch I2771FM9 is a quantum dot based IPS monitor that can reproduce a wider color gamut than standard sRGB based monitors at a lower cost, says AOC. Another new monitor is 28-inch U2879VF, which offers 4K (3840x2160) resolution as well as DisplayPort 1.2a and HDMI 2.0 ports. It also has FreeSync.

Lastly, AOC will expand its line-up of “Style” monitors that the company unveiled in October. Starting in March 2016, the line-up will consist of 21.5-inch, 23-inch, 24-inch, and 27-inch monitors. All with IPS panels and asymmetric design with thin bezels.

AOC Style monitor


Pricing details and full specifications will be unveiled at CES 2016 in Las Vegas this January.



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