The new gaming screen AG352UCG6 "Black Edition" made by AOC is currently the spearhead in the manufacturer's AGON model series. "Immerse yourself in the action," is rightly the slogan.
The 35-inch, curved, 21: 9 widescreen MVA panel with UWQHD resolution (3440 x 1440 pixels) provides a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz (overclocking) and supports G-Sync. In addition, the monitor offers numerous features especially for gamers. Pre-made image modes and multilevel pixel acceleration and black level control are provided. A grab bar on the base and a retractable headset holder are other useful features. The massive base and the external LED illumination, which can be set in the colors red, green and blue as well as in three different brightness levels, ensure a cool and high-quality look.
Furthermore, the AOC AG352UCG6 has extensive ergonomics features. The display can be changed in height and tilt, also has a lateral rotation function available. The test subjects each have a DisplayPort and HDMI port, and the monitor has two USB 3.0 ports, one of which has a quick-charge function, as well as a headset port and two microphone inputs.
A gaming monitor should primarily have a very fast image build-up time and a low latency. This task masters the AOC AG352UCG6 with flying colors. This is all the more impressive because a MVA instead TN panel is used. Equipment and design convince, even the housing integrated LED lighting is a cool gimmick. Extras such as a headband for the headphones or a carrying handle for transport show the love of detail of AOC. The gaming monitor also pleases ergonomically. With the ports, it offers some flexibility with DisplayPort, HDMI, USB 3.0 (with fast charge function) as well as headphone output, even if the number of interfaces is meager.
The AOC AG352UCG6 from the AGON model series, of course, offers special functions for players as a purebred gaming screen. The highlight of the game modes is that each mode provides default values, but these can be customized and the monitor remembers the settings. This allows the subject up to four differently adjusted setting profiles. That's great! Also the pixel acceleration can convince. The blurring of moving images is very low, and the monitor can inspire even in fast shooters completely.