AOC has announced the latest in its lineup of Agon gaming monitors: the AG352UCG is a 35-inch, 3440 x  1440 ultrawide gaming monitor which features NVIDIA’s G-Sync variable refresh rate technology.

Agon AG352UCG Ultrawide G-Sync Gaming Monitor

The AG352UCG features an AU Optronics VA panel with a maximum refresh rate of 100Hz, along with a 4ms response time. The panel boasts an impressive 100% sRGB color coverage, in addition to a 2000R curvature. That said, not all things are equal as the brightness is set to a mere 300 nits. This is somewhat compensated by the 2500:1 contrast ratio as well as the 178-degree viewing angles. 

The stand includes support for height, tilt and swivel adjustments. While both the bottom edge and rear of the display features LED lighting which can be customized to one of three color options (red, blue, or green).

For ports, you’ve got 1x DisplayPort 1.2, 1x HDMI (2.0?), 4x USB 3.0 and a pair of headphone jacks. Of course, the usual 2W speakers which are built into the monitor itself. AOC is also bundling the monitor with a fold-out stand for your headphones, and there’s even a handle on the monitor’s stand in the event you plan on transporting it to LAN parties.

The Agon AG352UCG goes on sale in March for a suggested price of £799, which translates to about $984 USD. Though, US retail prices are expected to be less than that.

Source: Hothardware