Monitor AOC Agon AG352UCG supports G-Sync technology

| January 24, 2017

AOC Monitors always been famous for its price, making them attractive for gamers on a budget, much of which has already been spent on the acquisition of a sufficiently powerful graphics card – the main component of any game system. The new monitor Agon AG352UCG will please fans of the format 21: 9 and holders of GPU NVIDIA GeForce.

Novelty has a diagonal of 35 “at a resolution of 3440 × 1440 and uses a curved matrix bend radius of 2 meters. Matrix VA produced based technology and can operate with the frame rate of 100 Hz. Thanks to the VA, the contrast levels in AG352UCG significantly higher than that of IPS-based solutions and is 2500 to 1. The brightness is quite common – 300 cd / m 2, as, indeed, and the viewing angles is 178 degrees horizontally and vertically. This model provides 100% coverage of the sRGB space.

The monitor is equipped with an ergonomic stand Ergo Base, which allows to adjust the height, tilt and turn the screen. Stand removable, it allows you to take advantage of the dismantling of the VESA-mount and secure the monitor, for example, on the wall. Backlight Agon AG352UCG devoid of flickering because it does not use PWM brightness control, and is controlled by changing the DC circuit. The monitor is good as a gaming solution in itself, but for NVIDIA GeForce owners another pleasant surprise – in AG352UCG installed processor pacing the G-Sync is , which means that you can play without unpleasant breaks and slowdown. Of the others should be noted hinged suspension for headphones. Agon AG352UCG cost is not yet known.

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