AOC releases new 29-inch monitor

AOC releases new 29-inch monitor

The famous display maker AOC International, formerly known as Admiral Overseas Corporation, has released the affordable ultra-wide 29-inch Q2963PQ monitor. The new company product uses IPS technology and features a resolution of 2560 x 1080 pixels, while boasting a 21.3:9 aspect ratio.

The Q2963PQ offers 16.7 million colors and features common for such displays – 300 cd/m² of brightness and a dynamic contrast ratio of 50 million to 1. The display has a refresh rate of 60 Hz, 5 ms of response time and 178-degree viewing angles. In the back the AOC Q2963PQ has one DisplayPort 1.2 port, one DVI port, one VGA connector and one HDMI/MHL connector. In addition to this the Q2963PQ comes with two built-in 3W speakers.

We said the Q2963PQ was affordable and it is – in North America the Q2963PQ sells for just USD 340.

Source: AOC

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