Diagonal 34 "/ 86.4cm, resolution 3440x1440, 21: 9, 110dpi, brightness 300cd / m², contrast 80,000,000: 1 (dynamic), response time 4ms (GtG), 1ms (MPRT), viewing angle 178 ° / 178 °, Panel VA, curved shape, 1500R / 1.5m, matt coating (non-glare), white LED background lighting, flicker-free, blue light filter, 8-bit color depth (16.8 million colors), 144Hz refresh rate, variable synchronization Adaptive Sync, AMD FreeSync Premium, signal frequency 30-160kHz (horizontal), not specified (vertical), connections 2x HDMI 2.0, 1x DisplayPort 1.2, USB hub out 4x USB-A 3.0 USB hub in 1x USB-B 3.0, audio 1x line-out, dimensions (WxHxD) 808x398x237mm (with stand), 808x367x103mm (without stand).
With 2x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x HDMI 2.0 as well as 4x USB and USB uplink, all connections that we would like are represented, with the exception of Type-C. The fact that no loudspeakers are built in is easy to get over, the croaking of most monitor speakers is unnecessary and a headphone connection is always available. The necessary cables are also included. Incidentally, not a power supply unit, it is built in internally.
With the CU34G2X / BK, AOC has a powerful gaming monitor in its range that is aimed at everyone who wants to experience the effect of a curved screen with particular intensity. Because the larger the monitor, the more noticeable the curved effect appears: Because the distance between the center and corners of the image and your eyes is identical at every point, the image appears more spatial and realistic, which is more pronounced with larger image diagonals. Fortunately, the AOC resolves sharply enough on a huge 34 inches in the ultrawide format (21: 9), thanks to the QHD resolution. The VA panel displays intense contrasts and remains relatively stable in terms of viewing angles. When it comes to speed, nobody can fool the AOC: 1 ms in gray-to-gray change is fast enough for any type of application, and with a 144 Hz frame rate, the monitor displays even the fastest movements smoothly and sharply. The CU34G2X has / BK two HDMI sockets and a DisplayPort connection on the back - in order to get the maximum performance out of the device, however, the DisplayPort cable should be used, as HDMI is sometimes too sluggish. Nice: the monitor can be adjusted in height to optimally adapt it to the sitting position.