Gaming hardware manufacturer AGON by AOC has announced the ‘AOC GAMING G3‘ series of gaming monitors.
The new series has a 1000R curvature. The intent is to completely envelop the peripheral view, thus completely immersing the player in the experience.
The screens also have a refresh rate of 165 Hz. They also have a Motion Blur Reduction feature to reduce the pixel response time to 1 ms (MPRT) for quick visual feedback. Adaptive Sync is also supported for smoother images.
The G-Menu software is new and allows you to adjust monitor settings at the click of a mouse. The screens now also have Low Blue Light features and FlickerFree technology to keep your eyes healthier. The screens also have a 3-sided borderless design.
The new series is the first achievement of AGON by AOC as a new umbrella brand.
The AOC CU34G3S has a 34-inch VA panel and an ultra-wide WQHD resolution (3440×1440) for a 21:9 aspect ratio.
The 31.5-inch AOC CQ32G3SU and the 27-inch CQ27G3SU have a QHD resolution panel (2560 x 1440).
Finally, the 31.5-inch C32G3AE and the 27-inch C27G3U have a Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution. These are the most affordable gaming monitors.
The AOC CU34G3S, CQ32G3SU, and C32G3AE are available for a suggested retail price of €679, €449, and €349.
The CQ27G3SU, C27G3U will be available from September 2021 for a suggested retail price of €399 and €329.
If you still like to stick with the AOC G2 series, don’t worry. The G2 Series and G3 Series will continue to exist side-by-side.
You can find our more detail on the official website.
Are you looking for a new gaming monitor? Then take a look at our list of the best gaming monitors in 2021, where AOC also makes an appearance several times.