AOC launched the AGON range of gaming monitors in April and the company is now expanding the line-up with a 35-inch AG352QCX in the curved format. It also features 200 Hz and AMD FreeSync.
A curved gaming monitor
The AGON ranges currently comprises two 27-inch monitors with AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync. These are so-called adaptive frame rate systems designed to ensure that the PC graphic card and monitor are in perfect sync. The new 35-inch monitor utilizes AMD FreeSync.
AOC AG352QCX has a 2560x1080 resolution and supports up to 200 Hz refresh rate. It also comes with a ”low input lag mode” to reduce lag to a minimum. Additionally, AOC says that the VA LCD panel has a 4 ms (g2g) response time.
The combination of these technologies should ”meet the demands of core gamers and esports enthusiasts”, according to AOC. The LED backlight is flicker-free to prevent eye strain. The stand offers height, swivel, and tilt adjustment.
- ”Gamers love individuality, and this is exactly what AOC is offering by introducing LED lights on the back and lower bezel of the AG352QCX. The choice can be made between red, green or blue light with strong, medium, weak and off modes for adjusting the lights’ intensity. Further adjustment control can be found in the AOC QuickSwitch keypad, which provides easy and instantaneous switching between various image settings, making saving and changing presets smother than ever,” says AOC.
AOC AG352QCX will be available in Europe in December 2016 for €800 / £699.
35” Curved VA at 200 Hz
Adaptive-Sync (compatible with FreeSync)
1 x VGA 1 x DVI Dual Link 1 x HDMI 2.0 1 x DisplayPort 1.2ad 2 x USB 3.0 Audio out/in Microphone in/out
Height-adjustable ergonomic stand 5 W Speakers 4 ms GtG response time 2000:1 contrast ratio 100 % sRGB colour gamut