AOC AG322QCX & AG272FCX Curved 16:9 Displays Announced

By Published February 27, 2017 at 8:30 am

AOC is readying a multiplicity of gaming displays aimed at different price segments. All the gaming monitors belong to AOC’s AGON family and are largely similar aesthetically speaking, with dissimilarities chiefly in the panel types and feature sets. We’ll provide an overview below.

AOC is introducing two new curved displays to supplement their existing curved gaming monitors. The new displays both have 1800R curvature with a 16:9 aspect ratio, as well as VA panels capable of 144Hz refresh rates.

AG322QCX & AG272FCX Curved 16:9 Display Specs

Specifications AG272FCX AG322QCX
Panel Type 27” VA 31.5” VA
Resolution 1920 x 1080 2560 x 1440
Refresh Rate 144Hz 144Hz
Response Time 4 Ms (grey-to-grey) 4 Ms (grey-to-grey)
Dynamic Refresh Rate Adaptive-Sync (not FreeSync certified yet) Adaptive-Sync (not FreeSync certified yet)
Brightness 250 nits 300 nits
Contrast 3000:1 2000:1
Curvature 1800R 1800R
Pixel Density 82 PPI 93 PPI

1 x Display Port (HDCP)

1 x D-Sub


2 x Display Port

2 x HDMI

USB HUB 2 x USB 3.0 N/A

The new panels sport ultra-thin bezels flaunted as ‘frameless’ while also having four RGB LEDs located on the back and bottom of the panel. A noteworthy setback on the AG322QCX is the absence of HDCP support—meaning it will lack functionality as an HDCP enabled device for playback of HDCP encrypted content.

The new monitors are set to launch in Europe this May, while the exact MSRPs for the U.S. are presently unknown.

AG241QX, AG241QG, AG271UG, AG352UCG, AG251FZ

AOC plans to bring five new AGON monitors to the U.S., with the AG241QX and AG241QG already listed on Amazon. The aforementioned monitors were announced late last year and rolled-out in the UK.

Specifications AG241QX AG241QG
Panel Type WLED Backlit/TN WLED Backlit/TN
Aspect Ratio 24”/16:9 23.8”/16:9
Brightness 350 nits 350 nits
Contrast 50,000,000:1 50,000,000:1
Response Time 1Ms 1Ms
Resolution/Refresh Rate

2560 x 1440 @60Hz (VGA, DVI, HDMI)

2560 x 1440 @144Hz (DP, Dual-Link/Adaptive-Sync)

2560 x 1440 @60Hz (HDMI)

2560 x 1440 @165Hz (DP/G-Sync)

Colors 16.7 Million 16.7 Million

1 x VGA

1 x Dual-Link DVI

1 x HDMI 2.0


1 x Display Port

4 x USB 3.0 (1 x fast-charging port)

1 x HDMI 1.4

1 x Display Port

4 x USB 3.0 (1 x fast-charging port)

Price $500 MSRP $700 MSRP

All the AGON series products feature an acrylic stand that offers adjustable height, tilt and swivel in addition to both a carry handle and headphone holder on the side of the panel. The three remaining SKUs set to launch in the U.S. in the coming months are as follow:

Specifications AG352UCG AG251FZ AG271UG
Panel Type 35” Curved (2000mm curvature) WLED Backlit MVA 25” WLED Backlit TN 27”
Aspect Ratio 21:9 16:9 N/A
Resolution 3440 x 1440 @100Hz (G-Sync compatible) 1920 x 1080 @ 240Hz (Adaptive-Sync compatible) 4K, (G-Sync compatible)
Brightness 300 nits 400 nits N/A
Response Time 4 Ms (grey-to-grey) 1Ms (grey-to-grey) 4 Ms (grey-to-grey)
Contrast 2000:1 1000:1/50,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast N/A
Input HDMI, Display Port, USB Hub VGA, DVI, HDMI, Display Port, USB Hub N/A
Price $1,000 MSRP (available March) $500 MSRP (available May) $800 MSRP (available March)

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