This week AOC unveiled two new additions to their range of curved gaming monitors, the new AGON CX series AG322QCX and AG272FCX, which are a couple of curved gaming beasts that are sure to show off your gaming finesse with style.
The AG322QCX is a 32-inch monitor and the AG272FCX is a 27-inch monitor.
Both of the monitors will provide users with a 16:9 aspect ratio, the AG272FCX also offers a native resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, while the AG272FCX has a slightly lower Full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080.
They will also include two DisplayPort, D-Sub and HDMI inputs for connecting your gear.
Around the back, AOC has also fitted the AG322QCX with their Ergo Base, which offers height, tilt, and swivel adjustments for the control that you need.
The monitor also includes a foldable headset holder and handle.
To top this off, both monitors come with a number of software features, including AOC QuickSwitch for easy controls and more. AOC explained more about that with the following:
Focus on the game: the AG322QCX invites gamers to a perfectly immersive experience on a massive 31.5? 16:9 display with an impressive curvature radius of 1800 mm. The QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels produced by its VA panel brings virtual worlds to life in rich detail. Competitive gamers will experience smooth gameplay with the monitor’s 144 Hz refresh rate and Adaptive-Sync support (compatible with FreeSync), minimising stuttering, screen tearing or input lag.
AOC’s Low Input Lag mode bypasses most of the monitor’s internal processing which enables player’s actions to be registered as fast as possible. The AOC Shadow Control feature helps gamers see more details in dark areas and enhances image quality by adjusting shadow and light levels. Longer gaming sessions are now more comfortable and healthy, too. The AOC Flicker-Free technology reduces flicker by regulating the monitor’s backlight, and the AOC Low Blue Light Mode protects players’ eyes against potential harmful blue light.
No pricing or availability has been announced yet, however, you can find out more at the source links below.