AOC C3583FQ with 35” 144Hz curved VA plus FreeSync

Users have responded with a great deal of interest to models like the BenQ XR3501 and Acer Z35, despite the 2560 x 1080 resolution and 35” being far from optimal as far as pixel density is concerned. The AOC C3583FQ is another model to consider if you’re interested in the curvaceous high-contrast 35” panel. The monitor has quite an interesting base design, fairly chunky due to having many of the electronics of the monitor integrated into it.

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Dell UP3017Q ‘4K’ UHD OLED monitor

We’ve seen some exciting developments recently – the growing range of ‘UltraWide’ curved displays which we’re particularly fond of and the increasing number of ‘4K’ UHD monitors. But none of these have had us quite as giddy with excitement as the Dell UP3017Q (UP3017QA if you go for the option with monitor arm) – a new member of the UltraSharp series featuring an OLED (Organic LED) panel.

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Samsung C24F390FH and C27F390FH curved FreeSync models

We recently brought you news of an interesting new model from Samsung with a steep curve and support for Adaptive-Sync (AMD FreeSync via HDMI); the C27F591FD. The C24F390FH (C24F390F) and C27F390FH (C24F390F) of the CF390 series compliment this model, with a different and perhaps more conventional look. The steep 1800R curve remains a definite feature of these models, but black glossy plastics are used rather than the matte silver and white colouration of the CF591.

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LG 34UC98 curved FreeSync UltraWide

Up until now, the UltraWide monitors from LG that support AMD FreeSync have been restricted to 2560 x 1080. For many, that simply isn’t sufficient for a screen of this size. The LG 34UC98 (also known as 34UC98-W) boasts a curved 34” UltraWide screen with 3440 x 1440 resolution, in addition to the inclusion of VESA Adaptive-Sync for AMD FreeSync support.

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AOC U2477PWQ 23.6 inch ‘4K’ UHD monitor

For those who want to venture into the world of ‘4K’ UHD (Ultra High Definition) and want to minimise the cost of doing so, without compromising on image quality, the ~24” models are excellent choices. There are two main panels used for such monitors – a 23.8” LG AH-IPS (In-Plane Switching) and 23.6” Samsung PLS (Plane to Line Switching) panel.

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AOC Q2775PQU, I2475PXQU and I2775PQU ergonomic IPS models

The AOC Q2770PQU was (and still is) a good choice for those looking for a robust WQHD (2560 x 1440) model with strong all-round performance. The Q2775PQU is its long-awaited replacement – with two Full HD (1920 x 1080) cousins in the form of the I2475PXQU and I2775PQU. The same style of chassis is used on all three models, with full ergonomic flexibility from the included stand; tilt (5° forwards and 25° backwards) height adjustment (130mm or 5.12 inches), swivel (165° left and 165° right) and pivot (90° clockwise rotation into portrait).

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