AOC introduced two new monitors extra wide with a diagonal of 34 inches: AOC Gaming CU34G2XE/BK And AOC Gaming CU32G2XP/BK. These are essentially two twin monitors that only differ in the refresh rate; in fact, they are also very close in price 359 And 399 EUR.
Let’s start with the refresh rate, the main feature that differentiates the two models: 144Hz for the AOC Gaming CU34G2XE/BK e 180Hz for the AOC Gaming CU34G2XP/BK. In addition, the former supports functionality HDR10the second offers certification VESA displayHDR 400. Otherwise, the panel is almost identical in both solutions with a resolution of 3440×1440 pixels with a ratio of 9:9 p.m.
Both have a pixel response speed of 1ms MPRT (GtG), which guarantees an experience without the annoying “ghosting effect”. Furthermore, there is no lack of supportAdaptive synchronization which in the case of the 180 Hz model is up to Freesync Premium Pro from AMD.
Thanks to the modes, productivity is not neglected in monitors either Picture within a picture (PIP) e Image by image (PBP) that enable easy management of multiple sources on a single screen. Finally there is support for G menuthe application that allows you to manage the parameter configuration directly from Windows without going through the OSD menu.
The final difference between the two proposals concerns the ergonomic support: this is the case with the CU34G2XE/BK model only adjustable in inclinationwhile with the CU34G2XP/BK you can make adjustments Tilt, height and rotation. The 144 Hz model is said to be already available from wholesalers, while the 180 Hz model will be available immediately from mid-December.