Monday, February 20th 2017

AOC Intros Two New AGON CX Series Curved Gaming Monitors

AOC today introduced two new AGON CX series curved gaming monitors in the conventional 16:9 aspect ratio, the 32-inch AG322QCX, and the 27-inch AG272FCX. The two feature VA (vertical alignment) panels, which serve up 144 Hz refresh-rates, and support for AMD FreeSync technology (over DisplayPort). The monitors look "gaming grade," boasting glossy red+black color schemes, and an acrylic tripod stand. Controls are handled by an AOC QuickSwitch RF remote control. The AG322QCX offers native resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, and inputs that include two each of DisplayPort and HDMI connectors, with one D-Sub (VGA); while the AG272FCX is Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels), featuring two DisplayPorts and one HDMI, besides the D-Sub. Slated for May 2017, the AG272FCX is expected to be priced at 449€, and the AG322QCX at 599€ (including taxes).
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5 Comments on AOC Intros Two New AGON CX Series Curved Gaming Monitors

#1
ShurikN
Why it's, it's, IT'S glorious!!!
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#3
ZoneDymo
This seems perfect for me, I use a 32 inch 1080p tv as a monitor atm.
So a 32 inch 2560x1440 and 144hz seems like a really nice overall upgrade :)
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#4
deemon
ZoneDymo said:
This seems perfect for me, I use a 32 inch 1080p tv as a monitor atm.
So a 32 inch 2560x1440 and 144hz seems like a really nice overall upgrade :)
+1 ... I was like... oh wow... have been looking for a decent 21:9 for a while... because 27" is too small ... and reading about the the crap about game 21:9 incompatibility with ultrawide ... and now this 16:9 seems perfect also :D
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#5
Jelle Mees
Loosenut said:
1080 on 27"... Really?
Yes really...
I personally prefer 1080p up to 27" for the simple reason that the rest of the PC hardware costs a lot more when you play on a higher resolution.
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