AOC’s new 35-inch curved monitor brings an immersive gaming experience

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Gaming can be a casual experience or an intense, immersive experience. When large displays were no longer enough, dual screen setups were created, combining two computer monitors that would be linked together to create a bigger display. That trend seems to be fading away as well with the appearance of the AGON AG352QCX display, a stunning 335-inchcurved display.

The format of the display is 21:9 and the classification is Wide Full HD in regards to the resolution (maximum resolution for the display is 2560 x 1080). This display solution offers HD capabilities that are bound to please even the most sophisticated gamer, being the perfect setup for all the popular games you can think of.

The refresh rate of the device is 200 Hz and the screen features technology known as Adaptive Sync, which smooths out the experience of gaming on a curved display even further. The device is also compatible with FreeSync. In terms of compatibility range, we are talking at about an average between 30 Hz and 200 Hz, (which is quite good when compared to other similar options). Users interested in acquiring the new AOC display can do so starting next month, with a starting price of £699.

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