We’re testing out AOC’s AG352UCG6, a 35-inch monitor with G-Sync, 120Hz refresh rate, an 1,800R curve and 3440x1440 resolution.
Boasting a 32” curved VA panel with Quad HD resolution, 144Hz, FreeSync and extended color, this monitor can handle most gamers' agendas.
Style-conscious users will want to check out this new 27” monitor designed by Studio F.A. Porsche. It’s from AOC and offers a color-rich IPS panel running at FHD resolution. We’re testing it today.
Gamers shopping for a hi-res ultra-wide monitor may want to look at AOC’s Agon AG352UCG, a 35” AMVA panel with an 1800R curve, 3440x1440 resolution, and G-Sync.
Competitive gamers know that AU Optronics' 25-inch 240Hz panel is fast. We put the first FreeSync version, from AOC, to the test.
AOC’s U3277PWQU is a 32” MVA screen with 3840x2160 pixels, 10-bit color, and a native DCI-P3 gamut with an sRGB option. We’re checking it out today.
AOC's C4008VU8 curved display, sports a 40" VA panel with 3840x2160 resolution & an all-white chassis. High style & big size in one package for less than $800.
Not everyone needs a dedicated gaming monitor, but all users need a display with good color, solid performance & value. AOC's Q2781PQ fits that role perfectly.
Today, we’re looking at another member of AOC’s Agon line of premium gaming monitors. The AG271QG features a QHD-resolution IPS panel with 165Hz, G-Sync and ULMB.
AOC is going high-end with its new line of gaming monitors called Agon. Today we’re looking at the AG271QX, a 27-inch TN panel with QHD resolution, 144Hz and FreeSync that works down to 30Hz.
If you’re gaming on a budget, 24-inch TN monitors offers a lot of performance for the money. The AOC G2460PF features FHD resolution with FreeSync and 144Hz operation. We’re checking it out today.
Is price still preventing you from picking up a curved ultra-wide monitor? You might want to check out AOC’s 35-inch C3583FQ selling for only $600. We’re checking out this 160Hz FreeSync screen in our lab today.
A 28-inch TN screen is the cheapest way to put Ultra HD on the desktop. Today, we're looking at a new example from AOC: the U2879VF. It includes FreeSync for gaming enthusiasts and a factory calibration for the professional user.
Many G-Sync-equipped monitors have been announced, but up until now, only Asus delivered. Today we review our second display with Nvidia's tech: AOC’s G2460PG. It’s a 24-inch TN screen with 144Hz refresh and a built-in motion blur reduction feature.
Today we’re looking at AOC’s other 144Hz gaming display, the G2770PQU. It delivers a 27” image at 1920x1080 resolution through a TN panel. With speedy G-Sync-capable monitors starting to emerge, is the tech still a relevant choice? We find out today.
Not many monitors can run at 144 Hz, but AOC is adding to your list of choices with its G2460PQU 24-inch TN-based screen. We’ve already tested similar displays from Asus and BenQ. Can AOC match their speed and performance at a roughly $250 price point?