When buying a gaming PC, the first thing that you need to factor in is the size of the monitor. You need a kick-ass screen that will clearly display the graphics such that when combined with decent speakers, you get an excellent gaming experience. Luckily, there are a lot of best gaming monitors in the market as long as you have the funds. Once such monitor is the AOC AGON AG352UCG Curved gaming monitor.
This 32’ inch screen can make you feel skeptical at first due to its curved nature, but considering this screen is for gaming purposes, the feature makes a lot of sense. The question is, will the AON AGON AG352UCG monitor make you feel immersed in the game? Without further ado, let’s look at its features to help you decide that.
If you have fears that a 32” monitor is going to take up too much space, you are by all odds right, this monitor measures 847x 587x 266.45mm. And there is also a small matter with the weight; it weighs 11.8 kg. So if you were planning on a portable gaming monitor, the AOC AGON AG352UCG is not the perfect choice. However, the heavyweight comes with benefits, it makes the monitor easy to tilt in the range of -5.5 to 29 degrees and also swivel it from -30 to 30 degrees. If you don’t have a large table to hold the monitor, you can mount it on the wall using the 100x 100mm VESA mount.
However, the size should not deter you from purchasing this monitor. Like many other gaming screens, the front of the AOC AGON AG352UCG is reserved and hence no busy bezels to distract you when you are fully concentrating on your game. Speaking of bezels, the AOC AGON AG352UCG has quite thick ones and hold the 2W speakers.
The bottom bezel holds blue, green, and red LED strips along the edge which you can set accordingly. You can also change the brightness of the strips using the on-screen menu or naturally turn them off. The back of the monitor holds other LEDs which are carefully cut into the silver part of the monitor while the rest parts are matte black. These LED’s compliment the nice touch of the monitor instead of having the “aggressive” gamer designs.
At the back of the monitor is where you also get the I/O ports. These include;
- An HDMI port
- 4 USB 3.0 ports
- Audio out port
These ports may not seem much but let’s face it, this is a gaming monitor and all that you really need is a DisplayPort.
The monitor has a response time of 4ms GTG and dishes out a contrast ratio of 2000:1 with a 100% sRGB color gamut support. You also have a wide range of settings to choose from the on-screen menu.
• Big enough to give you an unforgettable gaming experience
• Fast response time
• RGB LEDs give it a nice touch
• It looks awesome
• Nice color reproduction
• It’s too expensive
• Occupies a lot of space