AOC Reveal Two New AGON CX Curved FreeSync 144Hz Gaming Monitors

/ 3 years ago

AOC Reveal Two New AGON CX Curved FreeSync 144Hz Gaming Monitors

Are you looking to invest in a new curved display for your gaming rig? Then you’ll be happy to hear that AOC has just revealed their two latest models in their new AGON CX series of curved displays. Both the new monitors come in a 16:9 aspect ratio, starting with the 27-inch AG272FCX, then moving up to that massive 32-inch AG322QCX display.

Both of the new displays feature VA (Vertical Alignment) panels, operating at a lovely 144 Hz refresh rate which is great for gaming, and both support AMD FreeSync technology via DisplayPort. The new displays have their gaming clothes on too, featuring a red and black colour scheme, and a gorgeous tripod stand, that’s sure to look great on your desktop.

AGON CX Curved FreeSync 144Hz Gaming Monitors

The larger AG322QCX  run at a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, with two DisplayPort and two HDMI connectors, and one D-Sub (VGA). The AG272FCX operates at 1920 x 1080 pixels, with two DisplayPorts, one HDMI, and one D-Sub.

Both panels are set to launch in May this year, with the 27-inch costing around 449 EUR, and the 32-inch at 599 EUR (including taxes).

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