AOC has unveiled the two new monitors, AGON U27G3X and AGON U32G3X, which have a 4K resolution, IPS display, and a refresh rate of up to 160 Hz (144 Hz on 32 inches and 160 Hz on 27 inches), making them ideal for those who like more competitive games like FPS and MOBA.
The AGON U27G3X model is 27 inches, and the AGON U32G3X is 31.5 inches, has a 1ms GtG (gray-to-gray) response time, two HDMI 2.1 outputs, and 2x DisplayPorts. In addition, the display is VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified, which ensures true 8-bit picture quality, dynamic contrast enhancement, maximum luminance of 400 cd/m2 and other color quality requirements.
Additionally, the displays feature Motion Blur Reduction (MBR) technology, which reduces image blur that causes the famous motion sickness, and are compatible with optimization technologies, such as NVIDIA G-Sync, Adaptive Sync, Low input lag, AOC G-Menu, Flicker-free, low blue mode and shade control.
The AGON U27G3X will be available in Europe from the second half of November, while the AGON U32G3X will arrive in the second half of December. The recommended value is £499.99 (in direct conversion, R$2,994.24) and £649.99 (R$3,892.53) for the U27G3X and U32G3X respectively. There is still no information about the product in Brazil.