AOC launched the AGON AG325QZN/EU gaming monitor

AOC has announced the launch of its AGON AG325QZN/EU gaming monitor. Despite the fact that many FPS gamers prefer smaller monitors (24-27 inches), more and more gamers are turning their attention to the 32-inch range, thanks to the improvement in display resolution and the decrease in prices of larger products, which can meet the needs of PCs, game consoles, and various types of games.

According to TechPowerup, the AGON AG325QZN/EU gaming monitor features a narrow bezel and sharp corners design, continuing the design style of the AGON series products. It is equipped with a 31.5-inch Fast VA panel, with a viewing angle of 178°/178°, QHD resolution (2560×1440), and a refresh rate of 240Hz, which is currently the “sweet spot” for monitors. It can display rich details and provide a smooth and enjoyable experience with high frame rates while meeting the performance needs of PCs. In addition, the contrast ratio of this monitor is 3000:1, the peak brightness is 400 nits, with 1ms GtG response time and 0.5ms MPRT, and it has obtained VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification.

In addition to the conventional DP and HDMI interfaces, the AGON AG325QZN/EU gaming monitor also has a hub function, providing four USB 3.2 interfaces, allowing users to directly connect peripherals to the display, reducing cluttered desktop scenarios. AOC has equipped it with a sturdy metal stand, which is ergonomically designed with tilt (-5/23°), height (150mm), rotation (-20/20°), and flip (90°) adjustments, allowing users to comfortably use it in any situation.

AOC has stated that the new gaming monitor will be available for purchase in March, with a suggested retail price of £439.99.