Tuesday, May 3rd 2022

AOC Launches the CU34P2C Ultrawide 34-inch Monitor with 65W USB-C

Display specialist AOC announces the 34" (86.4 cm) AOC CU34P2C, the latest addition to its top-of-the-line business oriented P2 series. This curved (1500R) ultrawide monitor with a 21:9 aspect ratio features punchy and vivid colours and a very high UWQHD resolution (3440 x 1440 pixels). With the built-in USB-C connectivity, the CU34P2C can charge and power laptops with up to 65 W, while further adding to the screen real estate with the laptop. What is more, the monitor's 4-port USB hub gives access to devices (such as keyboard, mouse etc.), all connected through a single USB-C cable.

Perfectly suited as a single monitor to replace clunky multi-monitor setups, the CU34P2C's wide horizontal space (21:9 aspect ratio and 3440x1440 pixels) fits the needs of music producers, video editors, streamers and more, allowing them to fit the complete timeline of their work on a single display. The ultrawide display lets users by snapping two application windows on two sides, effectively reproducing a multi-monitor setup on a single, seamless frame. With the added bonus of USB-C connectivity, the CU34P2C can truly widen the horizon of creators and bridge the gap between mobile and desktop computing. With a single USB-C cable, a video editor or a music producer can simply connect their laptop, and start charging/powering it, using the CU34P2C as the main display, while accessing other USB-powered devices such as an external drive, webcam, or an audio device thanks to the monitor's 4-port USB hub.
A great all-rounder
The CU34P2C features a VA panel that renders lively images with 3000:1 static contrast ratio for inky deep blacks and rich, saturated colours with a wide gamut area (120 % sRGB, 89 % AdobeRGB). With a peak brightness of 300 nits, the CU34P2C can handle bright ambient lighting and indirect sunlight, while its wide viewing angles (178°/178°) improve viewing comfort for another person looking at the screen at the same time.

Thanks to its 100 Hz refresh rate, Adaptive-Sync and 1 ms MPRT / 4 ms GtG response times, the CU34P2C is a competent gaming monitor, as well as a cinephile's companion with rich contrast (3000:1) and a 21:9 canvas to enjoy when the work is done. Equipped with two 3 W speakers and headphone jack, the CU34P2C completes the audio-visual experience.

Designed to fit modern offices and homes, the brushed aluminium finish of the CU34P2C's stand beautifully complements its sleek 3-sides borderless design. The monitor comes with a fully ergonomic stand with generous 150 mm height adjustment as well as a wide range of swivel and tilt angles. The stand can also be fitted with AOC's VESA-P2 bracket, this way the monitor can fit a miniPC such as Intel NUC's directly on the stand itself, creating a unique, replaceable all-in-one system. With an internal power supply and cable management built into the stand, the CU34P2C helps users to create a sleek, clutter-free working space.

Reflecting AOC's dedication to sustainability, the CU34P2C is certified with TCO 8.0, EnergyStar 8 and ECMA Eco Declaration. Its FlickerFree display ensures a comfortable usage by using DC to adjust brightness instead of PWM, while the LowBlue mode in the OSD reduces eye-strain.

The AOC CU34P2C will be available from May 2022 at the RRP of £479.99.
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7 Comments on AOC Launches the CU34P2C Ultrawide 34-inch Monitor with 65W USB-C

#1
thegnome
Frameless? This is just like my monitor with the bezels not technically being the regular bezels but black stuff under the glass, that are basically bezels. Would love to see this paint scheme on their gaming monitors as well, much better than that ugly red.
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#2
lZKoce
It's nice, I like it. AOC has a lot of affordable stuff in their port folio. I wish they'd also make one in 48" with 32:9 super duper ultrawide. ;)
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#3
thewan
thegnomeFrameless? This is just like my monitor with the bezels not technically being the regular bezels but black stuff under the glass, that are basically bezels. Would love to see this paint scheme on their gaming monitors as well, much better than that ugly red.
Their marketing is not lying. Its just those customers who don't understand the difference between the word bezel and the word frame. Maybe they should consult a dictionary first before posting their opinions.
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#4
thegnome
thewanTheir marketing is not lying. Its just those customers who don't understand the difference between the word bezel and the word frame. Maybe they should consult a dictionary first before posting their opinions.
It's technically not lying, but still "wrong", since theres still quite a bit of space on the sides of the monitor, regardless of bezel or frame.
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#5
bonehead123
Looks too much like yet ANUTHA boring AF, el-cheapo crappy DellHell clone to me -

y.U.k :D
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#6
Deslug
bonehead123Looks too much like yet ANUTHA boring AF, el-cheapo crappy DellHell clone to me -

y.U.k :D
looks more like a clone of the Xiaomi Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34
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#7
arni-gx
whay AOC still using VA panel, not using IPS panel, for their new LCD 3440x1440.... ??
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