AOC has announced a new curved gaming monitor, expanding its portfolio of gaming-oriented displays. The AOC CQ30G3E features a 1500R curvature, Adaptive-Sync, and low response times.
The AOC CQ30G3E comes with a 30-inch 8-bit VA panel with a 1500R curvature and 1ms MPRT. Other specs include a 75Hz refresh rate at 2560×1080 resolution, 300 nits of typical brightness and a typical contrast ratio of 3000:1, allowing it to cover up to 127% of the sRGB colour spectrum, up to 99% of the DCI-P3 wide colour gamut, and 109% of the NTSC colour gamut. The display is factory calibrated with a ΔE<2.
This monitor features Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync support) for a tear-free gaming experience, HDR-mode to simulate the HDR effect, and low blue light mode and flicker-free technology to reduce the user's eye strain. Additionally, this monitor comes with multiple game modes for various game genres, MBR low motion blur technology, a low input lag mode, game tone and black level adjustment, an overlay with a frame counter and a crosshair, and it's compatible with G-Menu software.
Available display outputs include 2x HDMI ports, a DisplayPort, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The included stand is somewhat limited, only allowing users to tilt (-5º to 23º) the monitor, but there's support for VESA 100x100mm if you wish to enhance ergonomics with a third-party stand or arm.
AOC hasn't shared pricing and availability of this monitor yet. You can learn more about it HERE.
KitGuru says: Have you ever owned an ultrawide curved gaming monitor? What do you think about the AOC CQ30G3E?