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AOC launches U32U1 4K HDR monitor – designed by Studio F.A. Porsche

AOC has been working with the designers at Studio F.A Porsche for a few years now and today, the pair are launching their best monitor yet. Today marks the arrival of the AOC U32U1, a 4-side frameless display with 4K resolution and DisplayHDR. 

As the model name suggests, the U32U1 is a 32-inch monitor with a very sleek and professional design. You may have heard about this monitor already, as it was the winner of the RedDot Design Award in 2019. Aside from 4K resolution, you also get DisplayHDR 600, providing 600 nits of peak brightness for high dynamic range content. The display covers 135% of the sRGB colour gamut, 100% of AdobeRGB and 98% of DCI-P3.

Here are the specific technical specifications, as per the AOC website:

  • Screen Size: 31.5 inch
  • Resolution: 3840×2160
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz
  • Response time: (GtG) 5 ms
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Brightness (typical): 600 nits

The stand features height adjustment up to 120mm, as well as tilt and swivel so you can find your perfect viewing angle. Of course, there is also a standard VESA mounting grid on the back too for those who would prefer to use their own monitor arm. In terms of connections, you get DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0, a USB-C port and a USB 3.2 hub.

The AOC U32U1 is available in the UK, Europe and US starting this week for £829 /$869/€899.

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KitGuru Says: The AOC U32U1 looks excellent and has the specs to match on paper. Are any of you currently in the market for a professional monitor? What do you think of the latest one from AOC? 

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