AOC's new AG352QCX is a bit of an oddity, with regard to its specifications. This display is a 35-inch curved panel, which already positions it against primarily expensive competition, and runs a 200Hz refresh with an acceptable 4ms response time. FreeSync is thrown into the mix, too, and the display is targeted at a $600 price-point -- fiercely competitive, given what's out there right now.
Unfortunately, it's also 2560x1080. For a 35" display, that's pushing it; the pixel density falls in comparison to something like a Predator (which is... expensive). For $600, it's about what you'd expect, but LG has some pretty closely matched competition for around $400 (just without the insane refresh) and with an equal resolution.
Regardless, AOC's display is a relatively high-end unit and has specifications which interest us. Its only pitfall is resolution; we'd rather have a 3440x1440 resolution at the 35" form factor, but it's still worth a consideration for the holidays.
- Steve "Lelldorianx" Burke.