AOC today introduced the new AGON AG322QCX QHD Curvo 31.5 “AGON22QCX gamer monitor, which enjoys a 2560 x 1440 resolution with a 144Hz refresh along with AMD Freesync support to eliminate any tearing traces in our games. The new monitor has a panel in 16: 9 format with a 1800R curvature, which together with the Freesync compatibility are added features Flicker Free and Shadow Control.
The new monitor AOC AGON AG322QCX has VGA inputs, two HDMI and two Display Port, has a USB 3.0 HUB that provides two ports and audio input and output through 3.5mm jacks. The monitor also has settings for various types of tasks, Low Blue Light technology to take care of our view and an adjustable base that will allow us to adjust the height, inclination and even rotation of the monitor for use in portrait format.
Finally, AOC has added to this new monitor customizable LED lights on the back that also serves a light ambient light, next to a headphone holder on the right side of the monitor, making clear that it is a gaming bet of the manufacturer since the 1440p @ 144Hz monitors are the future for many gamers.
The new monitor will be available from October for prices that exceed 500 €.
|AOC AGON AG322QCX||LG 27UD68P||Asus PG279Q|
|Native resolution||2560 x 1440||3840 x 2160||2560 x 1440|
|Extras||AMD FreeSync||AMD FreeSync||Nvidia G-Sync|
|Price||$430 / £470||$519 / £395||$756 / £698|
Presently, the VA board inside the 32-inch AGON isn’t great. While the shading contrast is phenomenal the dark levels leave a little to be wanted. At the darker end of the range, the board’s blacks get squashed together, which means you’ll miss a little detail down there.
You can enhance that with the great AOC Bright Frame setting, however, while that lightens things up, it likewise washes the screen’s picture out. It’s somewhat odd for a VA board as they’re typically a considerable measure better at managing diverse levels of dark, this looks more like an IPS in such manner. The white immersion is an alternate story, permitting some reasonable qualifications between the brightest tones.
AOC AGON AG322QCX survey
The survey points aren’t flawless either, which can be a smidgen of an issue on a bent screen this way. It’s not enormously recognizable by and large utilize, but rather when there are extensive, uniform squares of shading on the screen you can see a discoloration at the extraordinary edges of the board.
Be that as it may, no screen board is flawless… well, alright the one utilized by any semblance of Asus, Acer, and Viewsonic in our most loved gaming screens is close, and what I’ve seen of the cutting edge HDR shows has made them salivate, however then we’re discussing screens which cost near twice, or even three or four times, to such an extent.
In case you’re after a reasonable, immersive widescreen PC gaming background then the AOC AGON AG322QCX has certainly got the chance to be a piece of the discussion. You don’t need to spend a fortune on some ultra-aficionado illustrations card to have this kind of effect, only a mid-extend card and this dynamic 1440p 32-inch board will see you right.
AOC AGON AG322QCX Specifications
- Backlight: WLED
- Panel Type: MVA
- Aspect Ratio: 16: 9
- Resolution (typical): 2560 x1440 @ 144 Hz
- Resolution (max.): 2560 x 1440 @ 144 Hz
- Display Area (mm): 697.344 x 392.256 mm
- Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.2724
- Brightness: 300 cd / m²
- Response Time: 4 ms (GTG)
- Contrast: 2000: 1
- Dynamic Contrast: 50M: 1
- Viewing Angle (CR> = 10): 178o / 178o
- Frequency: HDMI2.0 / DP: 30-230KHz (H), 48-146Hz (V)
- VGA x1
- HDMI x2
- DisplayPort x2
- USB 3.0 x2
- Audio Input x1
- Headphone Jack x1