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AOC Agon 35-Inch Curved HDR 200Hz gaming monitor revealed

by Mark Tyson on 11 April 2019, 11:11


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A slide providing key details of a new high-end gaming monitor has been shared online. Apparently, AOC is working on a pair of new flagship displays dubbed the AOC Agon 353 series, as part of its third generation of gaming monitors. Headling qualities of this monitor are its 35-inch curved display, 1440p ultra-wide resolution, max 200Hz refresh rate, VESA DisplayHDR 1000 certification, and 100 per cent DCI-P3 colour gamut. The series will be made available with buyers choosing between FreeSync 2 HDR and G-Sync HDR variable sync technologies.

AOC's new AG353-series are based around a 35-inch curved VA panel with 3440 x 1440 pixels resolution, with 200Hz max refresh rate, 1000nits peak brightness in HDR mode (DisplayHDR 1000 certified), 1ms MTRT response time (4ms GtG), a 2000:1 contrast ratio, and cover the full DCI-P3 colour space.

Gamers will have the choice between an AOC Agon AG353 featuring AMD FreeSync 2 HDR, or Nvidia G-Sync HDR and the monitors will have different suffixes appended when they hit the market. Another difference, according to AnandTech, will be that the G-Sync model will feature "a 512-zone Full Array Local Dimming backlight".

Other monitor specs, shared by TFT Central include; support for HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 connections, 2x 8W speakers, and a built-in four port USB 3.1 (5Gbps) hub.

The AOC Agon 35-Inch Curved HDR 200Hz gaming monitor is expected to arrive in Euope in June 2019. Unfortunately we don't have any pricing information at this time.

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This is going to be pricy!
The only thing I want to know is the price. On paper, that is an impressive monitor!
The only thing I want to know is the price. On paper, that is an impressive monitor!

Indeed. Many boxes have been ticked with this display.
I have a lot of trouble trusting AOCs quality control.
I've bought a couple of their displays, because I'm cheap and the price is right :P
Both had to be sent back due to dead pixels. The replacements were fine.
My friend bought one & it had to be replaced 3 times because of dead pixels. In the end he just gave up and got his money back.
This all happened at the start of this year on 3 different models of 32" 144hz screens

So yeah, those specs are great. But…
Too much i guess. Better i'll by myself a ps4VR instead)