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AOC Q2963PM Ultra Wide Monitor Review

Rating: 9.0.

With the growing rise in popularity of new high resolution Ultra Wide monitors we take a look at the AOC Q2963PM. This panel has support for both Dual Link DVI and DisplayPort connectors and can output at 2,560×1080 resolution. If you need a lot of deskspace is this a cost effective upgrade at the end of the year?

We have seen opinion split in regards to the new series of Ultra Wide monitors, some of our readers love them while others feel that the unusual 21:9 aspect ratio doesn’t bring anything really practical to the table.

The WFHD 2,560×1080 resolution might not be for everyone, but The AOC Q2963PM incorporates a quality IPS LED panel.
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Specifications:

Panel size 29*w
Brightness (Typical) 300 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio 1K:1 (Typical) 50000000:1 (DCR)
Response Time (Typical) 5ms
Viewing Angel (H/V) 178/178
Recommonded Resolution 2560×1080
Display Color 16.7M
Input Signal Analog, DVI(Dual link),HDMI(MHL), & DP
Power Consumption Operation Mode (W)<65W Stand by Mode (W)<0.5W
Plug & Play VESA DDC2B™ & DDC2B/CI
User Control Menu/II,VolumeN, Source/Auto/Enter/>, Aspec/<,Power/Ex.
OSD Languages 16 Languages
Speakers Yes
Safety & Regulations CCC,cTUVus,TUV-BAUART,ISO9241-307,TCO6.0,FCC,CE, VCCI,PSE, J-Moss, E-standby, MEPS, BSMI, C-Tick(N26268),CB,Eneregy Star,EuP,WEEE,EU RoHS Doc,REACH DoC,KC/KCC
Cabinet Color Titanium
Special Features WFHD AH-IPS Panel, MHL/HDMI/DP connectivty , PIP/PBP,Off timer, e-saver, i- Menu, screen+

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