AOC has added two new AGON CX series curved monitors to its lineup, the 32-inch AG322QCX and the 27-inch AG272FCX. Both monitors utilize a VA panel for high static contrast ratio and support AMD’s FreeSync variable refresh rate technology over the DisplayPort.
The AGON AG272FCX comes with a 27” 16:9 VA panel with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate with Adaptive Sync, 4ms response time, 3000:1 static contrast ratio, 178/178 degree horizontal/vertical viewing angles, and peak brightness of 250 nits. To minimize eye strain, the monitor uses a Flicker-Free backlight with AOC Low Blue Light Mode minimizing blue light and its harmful effects. The AOC Shadow Control feature lets gamers adjust shadow and light levels to see more details in dark areas. The AOC Ergo Base offers height, tilt, and swivel adjustments. The stand includes a carrying handle as well as a retractable headset holder. The frameless design of the monitor is complemented by LED lights on the back and lower side of the frame, which can be customized in three colors and different brightness levels.
The AGON AG322QCX monitor uses a 31.5” VA panel with 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate with Adaptive Sync, 300 nit maximum brightness, 4ms response time, 178/178 degree horizontal/vertical viewing angles, and a 2000:1 static contrast ratio. As far as key features go, the AG322QCX is identical to the 27” model.
In Europe, the AG272FCX is set to go on sale in May with a 449 EUR price tag, while the AG322QCX will be priced at 599 EUR.