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Two unannounced AOC ultrawide monitors unveiled thanks to Red Dot Design Awards

AOC's latest high-end displays, the Porsche Design Agon Pro PD49 and the 34U3, have been revealed after winning Red Dot Design Awards in the gaming monitor and monitor categories, respectively. The PD49 is a curved 49-inch display for gamers, while the 34U3 is a flat monitor likely aimed at content creators and productivity.

The design of the PD49 is heavily influenced by the Porsche 911, with a ridged shape inspired by the car's unique front grill. Little information is known about the display, but it reportedly has a 240Hz refresh rate, a protruding 5MP webcam, and 8W stereo audio with DTS. It may also have an 1800R curvature and 5120×1440 resolution. The panel itself is an OLED one, according to an NRAA certification spotted by Tom's Hardware.

Based on previous AOC and Porsche partnerships, we can expect exceptional build quality and a high-grade screen from the PD49. The AOC 34U3 is a 34-inch mini LED display with a height and swivel adjustment stand and is likely meant for professional usage. Less information is available about this product, but based on the pictures, its minimalistic design and size will undoubtedly appeal to some users.

More information about both displays will be shared at CES 2024, running from January 9th to 12th at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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