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AOC AG352UCG 3440 x 1440 100Hz VA with G-SYNC

The 3440 x 1440 resolution provides a highly immersive and rewarding gaming experience. Indeed, many users who have gamed at 21:9 and witnessed the impressive wide-FOV gaming for themselves would find it difficult to go back to anything else. For gamers with Nvidia GPUs, high refresh rates and support for Nvidia G-SYNC make screens like the ASUS PG348Q even more appealing.

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AOC AG322QCX WQHD 144Hz VA model

The number of monitors available with significantly higher refresh rates than the standard 60Hz has been steadily increasing in recent times. For those who like large screens but also appreciate decent pixel densities and want to stick with the 16:9 aspect ratio, the choice has been a bit limited thus far. The AOC AG322QCX, which belongs to the rapidly expanding line of AGON models, may be just what such users have been waiting for.

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AOC AG271QG 165Hz IPS-type G-SYNC model

The AOC AG271QX was a recently announced member of the new AGON series of gaming monitors. Using a FreeSync-compatible 144Hz TN panel with 2560 x 1440 (WQHD) resolution, it seems an interesting alternative to products like the BenQ XL2730Z. The AOC AG271QG, also of the AGON series, offers an interesting alternative to products like the ASUS PG279Q and Acer XB271HU.

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AOC AG241QG and AG241QX 144Hz+ WQHD models

Having taken a look at the Dell P2416D, which was one of the first WQHD (2560 x 1440) models to hit the scene with a ~24” screen, we can certainly see the appeal of that combination of screen size and resolution. The size itself is one many are comfortable to have on their desks, whilst we found the monitor fine to use without scaling – and also enjoyed the pixel density.

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AOC U3277PWQU with ‘4K’ UHD MVA panel

The 3840 x 2160 ‘4K’ UHD resolution has a lot to offer, especially on a ~32” screen where the balance between readability and pixel density is relatively good. For users wanting the strong contrast and lack of ‘IPS glow’ that VA (Vertical Alignment) technology offers, the choice of UHD models has been quite overwhelming. So far, in fact, they have been limited to monitors using 40” or so panels that borrowed from TVs.

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AOC Q2781PQ stylish 2560 x 1440 AH-IPS model

Often monitors that skimp on ergonomics come with relatively flimsy stands that are just there to hold the monitor in position. Whether they do so in a ‘solid’ and sure way is a rare bonus. When we tested the AOC I2481FXH, we were happy to find that the stand not only looked the part, but it was remarkably well-built with a good solid feel.

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