Conclusion of the AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Review
All in all, the AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition offers a lot you won’t find on other screens. It has a good format with its 21:9 ultrawide-format and 3,440 x 1,440 pixels and doesn’t look too clumsy with 35 inches. Only the wide screen edges disturb this impression. The picture itself is quite good, but could be improved significantly in some places. Especially the middle area, which is clearly darker and the left corner are to be criticized here. Otherwise the AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition has the typical VA disadvantages.
G-Sync is also on board, putting the AOC in a league with the Alienware AW3418DW and Acer X34P. In direct comparison, however, it is slightly more than 100 euros cheaper than both counterparties, which is about 10%. Both other screens would have an IPS panel and an almost rimless design.
In summary, the AOC is quite a good screen, but leaves a lot of room for improvement. It is up to each individual to decide whether more than 900 euros are justified for this, but in our opinion it is too much. Especially if you look at the above two screens, which are “only” 10% more expensive but offer more.
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