Gaming on a giant-sized curved screen feels like the best combination and manufacturers know this thing pretty well. One of the latest addition to the family is the AOC AGON AG322QCX. The name is a bit complicated but the specs are lovely. Coming at a size of 31.5in, it’s not the size of a home theater but has a very reasonable size for your gaming needs.
Alas! It’s Not 4K!
It’s sad that a purpose-built gaming monitor with such great specs isn’t even 4K when bigger names are trying to move towards the 8K display. But the good news is that the monitor has other things to compensate that. The 32 inch diagonal can help you make full use of the 2,560 x 1,440 resolution. However, unlike other gaming monitors, MVA technology is employed in it which makes it unable of producing a low response.
The gaming monitor costs £469.99 and has following unique features:
- A grey-to-grey response of just 4ms (as in IPS panel)
- A 2,000:1 contrast and 300cd/m2 brightness rating
- A healthy refresh rate of 144Hz
- AMD FreeSync supported
- Control puck comes handy as in other AOC AGON monitors
Now speaking of another important factor that is I/O collection, we have:
Two DisplayPort 1.2 connections
Two HDMI 2.0, plus even VGA
A USB hub of two ports at the back
Built-in 5W speakers
Screen size: 31.5-inch, 16:9 aspect, curved
Native resolution: 2,560 x 1,440
Refresh rate: 144Hz
Panel type: MVA
Contrast ratio: 2,000:1 (typical)
Response time: 4ms Grey-to-Grey
Display inputs: 2 x HDMI 2.0, 2 x DisplayPort 1.2, VGA
USB hub: Yes, 2-port