The AG352UCG features a QHD resolution (3440x1440) and maxes out with a refresh rate of 100Hz. You’ll be happy to learn that NVIDIA’s G-SYNC technology is along for the ride to keep your Pascal graphics cards in perfect lockstep with the display panel, while helping to reduce screen tearing. The AG352UCG has a brightness rating of 300 cd/m², a response time of 4ms and a 2000:1 contrast ratio. Viewing angles are a respectable 178 degrees both vertically and horizontally, and the monitor supports 100 percent of the sRGB color space.
For those that care about customization, the AG352UCG, which has a rather mainstream design finished in silver and black, but actually has LEDs mounted on the bottom bezel and on the back which can be customized by the user (red, green, or blue can be selected). It’s not something that will improve your ability to snipe your enemies from afar or curb stomp monsters, but it’s a nice added touch. You’ll also find AOC’s Shadow Control, Flicker-Free tech, and Low Blue Light functionality to lessen eye strain.
Other design aspects include AOC’s Ergo base that allows tilt, height, and swivel adjustments, a built-in handle for taking the best to LAN parties, and a retractable headset holder. There’s also a VESA 100 mount if you’d like to hang the AG352UCG up on a wall. When it comes to connectivity, the monitor has one HDMI port, one DisplayPort, and four USB 3.0 ports.
The AOC AG352UCG will launch in March for £799, or just under $1,000.