A new Agon monitor with FreeSync, Display HDR-400 and WQHD resolution. The optics should be aggressive, the display large. We are talking about the new AG322QC4 from AOC. This gem is unmistakably aimed at gamers and was introduced some time ago as the successor to the AG322QCX. The model does not offer much new, but the few changes should have it in itself.
Is it worth investing almost 600 Euro for this screen? We wanted to know, and we tested him.
A sharp-edged stand, the typical stealth design and the bright red LED stripes on the back give a first impression of the purpose for which this monitor was created. Distinctive, eye-catching and somehow different from other screens, the AG322QC4 is clearly a gaming monitor. The display is slightly curved and measures 31.5 inches diagonally. Despite the curved design with 1800R, the screen is kept in 16:9 format.
The LED lights on the back can also be illuminated in blue and green, so that individual accents can be set here.
The height of the device can be adjusted by eleven centimetres. It can also be tilted and turned. A pivot function is not available due to the curved design. There is not much more to be said about the design of the screen. It has the classic Agon design and should appeal to the majority of the gaming community optically and definitely arouses interest – so: everything is wonderful.
AOC AG322QC4 Gaming Curved Monitor (81, 28cm, 31.5 Zoll Display, WQHD, 2560 x 1440, 3000: 1, 4ms, VGA, HDMI 2.0 x 2, DisplayPort 1.2 x 2) Schwarz price comparison
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