The AOC AG352UCG is a seriously impressive monitor. The size and shape of its screen combined with excellent overall image quality makes it a joy to use, whether you’re working, watching or playing.
Its high contrast, in particular, makes it suited to the sort of setup where you often sit back and enjoy watching video, while the 100Hz refresh rate and G-Sync make it a great gaming screen too. It doesn’t quite have the performance for the very most elite of players but is a nice upgrade over 60Hz screens. The 3,440 x 1,440 resolution, adjustable stand, headphone stand and USB hub make it a practical monitor too.
AOC has also priced the AG352UCG competitively, with it slightly undercutting most of its main rivals, even if it is only by £30-£50.
It’s not perfect, though. Its design lacks the sleek feel of its rivals and the lights in its frame are all but pointless. Its use of a VA panel also means it doesn’t have quite as good gaming performance as its IPS-equipped rivals.
It’s also worth remembering that any G-Sync display costs more than Freesync equivalents. There are no direct equivalents of this display but there are a few 75Hz, 34-inch, 3,440 x 1,440, IPS models for under £700.
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- Fantastic image quality.
- Decent 100Hz gaming.
- Plenty of features.
- 2000:1 contrast.
- Stand doesn’t pivot.
- Gaming not as good as IPS rivals.
Kiguru Says: High contrast makes this a fantastic screen for watching video. It can hold its own for gaming too, though hardcore clan gamers may want to shortlist other monitors.