AOC’s new Agon AG353UCG that has just been released, is an absolute gaming powerhouse. It’s a 35-inch monitor running at 3440×1440 on a VA panel. It has a reasonable (for VA) response time of 2 ms GtG and features a 200 Hz refresh rate too.
Aside from the most reported-on specifications, the AG353UCG also boasts a 1800R curvature, G-SYNC Ultimate support, 1,000 nits brightness and a DisplayHDR 1000 certification.
It has AOC’s quantum dot tech as well as a 100% DCI-P3 colour space. All of the specs bear a striking resemblance to that of ASUS’s ROG PG35VQ, pointing towards both monitors using the same panel.
Of course, those kinds of specifications aren’t going to be cheap as the monitor is set for a UK launch this month, with a price tag of £2159. That works out to just under 2600 EUR and 2800 USD. For a full list of all the tech specs, head over to AOC’s official page.
AOC Agon AG353UCG
- 35-inch Curved VA Display
- 3440×1440 at 200 Hz
- 2ms GtG Response Time
- NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate
- 1800R Curvature