AOC Expands AGON Family with Curved AG322QCX and AG272FCX 144 Hz Displays
AOC has introduced two different curved gaming monitors as stuff of the AGON family, the AG322QCX and the AG272FCX. The recent monitors side rather grand energize rates along with VESA’s Adaptive-Sync technology (which generally income ease for AMD’s FreeSync). The displays keep a digit of similarities, nevertheless are aimed at discrepant segments of the market, with varying prices and event sets..
The AOC AGON AG272FCX is the smaller of the two and uses a 27" VA panel with 1920×1080 resolution, whereas the AOC AGON AG322QCX is the larger one and features a 31.5" VA panel with 2560×1440 resolution. The monitors bear 1800R curvature, a 16:9 attribute ratio, as fine as brace rates between 48 Hz and 144 Hz. The public specifications of the displays resembles those of frequent other gaming monitors: 250/300 nits brightness, 3000:1/2000:1 contrast ratio, 178°/178° viewing angles, 16.7 million colours (and the sRGB colour gamut), a 4 ms response bout (grey-to-grey) and so on. The monitors aid VESA’s Adaptive-Sync technology, and I expect it's isolated a incident of date until AMDAdvanced Micro Devices (AMD) AMD processor certifies them for FreeSync.
As for connectivity, the AGON AG272FCX has a D-Sub(!), DisplayPort, and two HDMI inputs, whereas the AGON AG322QCX comes with two HDMI and two DisplayPort inputs. The smaller exhibit further has a dual-port USB 3.0 hub as husky as integrated 3 W stereo speakers, two logical features for an entry-level monitor. By contrast, the larger shade is a still expanded straightforward pure monitor, which is par for the direction as higher-end monitors scarcely ship with speakers on account of customers normally already annex outer speakers/headphones. A enhanced chief drawback is the default of any HDCP benefit on the AG322QCX, which exceptionally limits the monitor's energy to be used with protected HDHD staat voor High Definition video content such as Blu-rays or Netflix streaming.
|AOC's AGON Curved 16:9 Displays|
|AGON AG272FCX||AGON AG322QCX|
|Panel||27" VA||31.5" VA|
|Native Resolution||1920 × 1080||2560 × 1440|
|Maximum Invigorate Rate||144 Hz|
|Response Time||4 ms|
|Dynamic Fortify Rate||Adaptive-Sync (not still FreeSync certified)|
|Brightness||250 cd/m²||300 cd/m²|
|Viewing Angles||178°/178° horizontal/vertical|
|Pixel Pitch||0.3114 mm||0.2724 mm|
|Pixel Density||82 ppi||93 ppi|
|Inputs||1 × DisplayPort (HDCP)
1 × D-Sub
2 × HDMI (HDCP)
2 × HDMI
|USB Hub||2-port USB 3.0 hub||-|
|Audio||3 W × 2
audio in/out ports
|Power Consumption||Idle: 0.5 W
Operating: 47 W
|Idle: 0.5 W
Operating: 40 W
|Launch Price||£389 ($485) in the U.K.||£519 ($647) in the U.K.|
When it comes to visual aesthetics, the original AGON displays act ultra-thin bezels as hearty as an aggressive replica that highlights their gaming nature. Furthermore, the monitors hold four doozer LEDs with adjustable colors (red, green, blue) located on the back and two located on the backside edges of the displays.
The appendix of these original AGON displays brings AOC to a complete of four curved monitors introduced under the trade-mark in the persist sporadic months, joining the company's formerly launched ultrawide curved monitors and production these the company's basic curved 16:9 monitors. So it appears that AOC is pinning a abundance of its hopes for the AGON brand on curved gaming screens with gigantic freshen rates designed for gamers.
AOC’s AGON AG322QCX and AGON AG272FCX monitors will be available in May. The exact MSRPs of the displays in the U.S. and Continental Europe are unknown, on the contrary Hexus reports that in the U.K. they will fee £519 ($647) and £389 ($485) respectively.
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Added: February 24, 2017