Gaming peripherals company AOC has announced the upcoming launch of a brand new PC monitor and boy does it look slick. The Agon AG352UCG is a massive 35-inch curved monitor which supports Nvidia’s G-Sync technology by default and is set to release this coming March.
The Agon is the third 35-inch monitor which AOC has developed since July of last year and its incredible size means it can put out a lot of horsepower. From a more technical standpoint, the Agon boasts the following specs:
- 100Hz refresh rate
- Resolution support up to 3440 x 1440
- Brightness up to 300 nits
- 2,500:1 contrast ratio
- 178-degree viewing angles (both horizontal and vertical)
- HDMI, DisplayPort 1.2, and four USB 3.0 ports
Some of the Agon’s extra bells and whistles include integrated 2W speakers, headphone and microphone jacks, and even a retractable headset holder which can hold your audio headset or VR unit when you’re not using it.
Neither a specific release date nor a U.S. price point for the Agon AG352UCG have been confirmed, but AOC says the monitor will cost £799 in Europe. That means that, if the price doesn’t fluctuate for American markets, it should cost about $850 when it arrives on our shores.
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