AOC has renamed its entire gaming division AGON as AGON and during the campaign offered 8 new AGON monitors with sizes 49 “, 34”, 31.5 “, 27” and 24.5 “. In 4K resolution 32: 9 FormDue to their large area, they may also be interested in video editing.
Both the AG493UCX2 and AG493QCX use 48.8 “8-bit VA panels with 1800R curve and 1 ms MPRT- (or 4 ms GtG) response time. Data related to QCX has not yet been released).
The main difference between the two models is the different resolution (AG493UCX2: dual QHD resolution 5,120 x 1,440 vs AG493QCX with dual FullHD resolution 3,440 x 1,080) and Renewal rate (165 Hz vs 144 Hz). Additionally, the AG493UCX2 has 1 × DisplayPort 1.4, 3 has HDMI The AG493QCX only offers 2.0 and 1 x USB-C, two DisplayPorts 1.2 via a wider range of interfaces.
Both monitors feature a 3-port USB 3.2 Gen1 hub and a picture-by-picture mode for displaying images from both computers at the same time. Users can use the on-board buttons, the provided remote control, or the AOC G-Menu software to create OSD settings or select different game modes and game-specific functions.
A fixed metal stand acts as the monitor base, with the help of which the displays can be continuously adjusted to a height of 100 mm, rotated 3.5 ° forward or 13.5 க்கி backward and 15.5 in each direction.
AOC AGON AG493UCX2 and AG493QCX will be available from September 2021 for 1,189 and 19 919 respectively.
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