AOC has announced the availability of their latest 32-inch 4K UHD monitor called the U3277PWQU, carrying a regular MSRP of $699 USD but can be had for as little as $499 USD via B & H Photo Video’s promotional price. For that price, users get a 31.5″ viewable VA panel that chas an ultra-HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The AOC U3277PWQU can be connected to a PC or any display source through the HDMI-MHL or DisplayPort connector at the back. It also has a D-Sub and a DVI connector available, but these connectors are bandwidth limited unlike the HDMI and DP so the display resolution when connected to these will be limited to 1920 x 1200. There are also four USB ports right on the U3277PWQU unit, two of which are USB 3.0 and two are USB 2.0. One of these two USB 3.0 ports have fast-charging capability as well.
The ACO U3277PWQU’s VA panel boasts high-responsiveness, a wide colour gamut, and uniform colours across its wide viewing angle making it ideal as a productivity display for graphic designers, photo professionals and artists. The higher resolution also provides a greater real-estate for running multiple applications and the monitor also has picture-in-picture as well as picture-by-picture capability which allows users to toggle between different sources connected at the same time. AOC has also equipped the U3277PWQU with some ergonomic features such as the ability to adjust the display panel height, rotate and AOC’s flicker-free technology which regulates the monitor’s brightness.
|Panel||WLED Backlit – TFT Active Matrix VA Panel|
|Viewable Image Size||32”|
|Response Time||4ms (OD)|
|Viewable Angle||178 degrees horizontal, 178 degrees vertical|
|Maximum Resolution||3840 x 2160 @ 60Hz (DP, HDMI 2.0)|
|Display Colors||1.073 Billion|
|Connectivity||VGA, DVI, HDMI-MHL, DP, 2 x USB 3.0 (1 x fast-charging port), 2 x USB 2.0|
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