AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition Monitor Review

Looking for a monitor that considers your usage frequency and has some of the latest screen technology/ well, the AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition could simply be the right option. Admittedly the monitor leans on the high side of cost with a price tag of 730 euros, but considering the features list, it is safe to argue that it is reasonable.

The AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition is blacker since the silver stand seems to have undergone a black makeover compared to the previous models. Still, it has a fancy borderless chassis with plastic borders on the top and sides, giving it a sleek look. The monitor is broad and will require enough space on the desk talk of 847mmx587mmx267mm. It is also weighty at 12kg, but the stand has been designed to withstand all that adding the ability to adjust the height, tilt at 29o and swivel at 30o on the negative and positive. The size shouldn’t be an issue if you have limited space because the monitor has 100mm VESA mounts for wall mounting. The 1800R curve also allows for height adjustment as an added feature.

AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition has a headphone hook and LED strips across the back and bottom front edge that can be set to red, green, or blue with varying display levels. With the help of the joystick, navigation is also easy, but the downside is that the joystick is also the power button; this can cause unnecessary interruptions. Other specifications are HDMI 1.4, Display port 1.2 inputs, a two-port USB 3.0 hub, and a headphone out with a stereo speaker suitable for primary use.

Like the previous models, the AOC has a matte35in MVA panel with a 3,440×1,440 resolution,4ms response time, and a178o viewing angle, this monitor’s unique feature is the 120Hz refresher rate, which can be manually enabled by the user since, by default, the monitors operate at 100Hz.

AOC Agon AG352UCG6 Black Edition stands out because of its fast response time, but it is nothing much out of the ordinary compared to its predecessors.