When it comes to the modern day monitors, the first thought that crosses our minds is that it should be a G-Sync or Free-Sync model. For those enthusiasts, in the pursuit of a good-looking G-Sync monitor, AOC AG352UCG 100Hz is one of the finest options. To rule out ASUS and Acer from the competitors’ list, AOC AG352UCG has two very important points to stand out.

AOC AG352UCG front view The 35 inch AOC AG352UCG monitor with G Sync technology   Is it the perfect gaming monitor you were looking for?

Specifications

    • Screen size: 35-inch, 21:9 aspect
    • Native resolution: 3,440 x 1,440
    • Refresh rate: 100Hz
    • Panel type: MVA
    • Contrast ratio: 2,000:1
    • Brightness: 300cd/m2
    • Response time: 4ms grey-to-grey
    • Display inputs: DisplayPort, HDMI
    • USB hub: USB 3.0, two ports
    • Tilt: Yes
    • Raise: Yes
    • Swivel: No
    • Pivot: No
    • Other: Speakers, headphone jack
    • VESA: Yes

The Distinguishing Factors

AG352UCG front off The 35 inch AOC AG352UCG monitor with G Sync technology   Is it the perfect gaming monitor you were looking for?

Speaking of the differences, let’s not forget the width which has been increased to a whole inch as compared to those of the two competitors. Even the LCD panel technology used in it is different as in IPS, VA (MVA to be precise) has been used. So there wouldn’t be any complaints regarding the higher contrast ratio.

Moreover, speaking of the AG352UCG’s resolution, we can see the 3,440 x 1,440 figure which makes it better than others. And of course, how can we forget the G-Sync technology embedded in it with a refresh rate of up to 100Hz.

Is It Worth It?

The £800 G-Sync monitor may look a bit heavily priced but the truth is that such monitors are rare to find in the products list of even the big guns. This monitor looks like a perfect balance between features and price. So enjoy using your AOC AG352UCG with the 3 years warranty!

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