AOC Agon Gaming Monitor is a 32-inch Curved Beast with QHD Resolution

Gaming on a huge 32-inch monitor is a treat or a tough call based on your personal interest. AOC Agon is the newest beast in the market which promises to cater to all gamers on a new level but does comes with a price tag that could surprise you.

The AOC Agon AG322QCX gaming monitor featured a wide, curved screen and is designed specifically for gaming. The 32-inch monitor has 1800R curve and has a resolution of 2560×1440. The monitor supports 144Hz refresh rate with a 4ms response time and also supports AMD Freesync out of the box.

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Of late, gaming monitors that are huge and curved are hitting the market on regular basis. The AOC Agon is not the only one out there but sounds like a good choice for gamers who use an AMD graphics card. Nvidia lovers should probably stay away from this.

The AG322QCX has two HDMI ports, two Display ports, single VGA port and there’s two USB 3.0 ports as well. It costs $429.99 and AOC being a brand known among hardcore gamers, this should possibly reach their target audience much easier than a gaming monitor from Samsung or LG.

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