In recent years, ultra-wide-scale displays have become increasingly popular among gamers and creators. Initially, only a handful of vendors released 21:9 products, but now many brands have released versions of 32:9 and 32:10. TPV Technology, for example, was one of the first manufacturers to introduce professional-grade 32:9 ultra-wide displays. Now it has introduced a new product for gamers on the AOC Agon AG493UCX Ultra WideScreen Electric Competition Display.
It is reported that the AOC Agon AG493UCX features a VA panel with a curvature of 5120 x 1440 resolution, comparable to two 27-inch, 2560-by-1440-resolution displays.
It has a maximum brightness of 500 nits, a contrast of 3000:1, a horizontal/vertical viewing angle of 178 degrees, an MPRT response time of only 1 ms, and support for a 120 Hz refresh rate.
In terms of color, the AG493UCX covers 121% of the sRGB or 93% DCI-P3 color gamut and is factory calibrated, Delta and lt; 2 (guess should refer specifically to the sRGB color space).
The display is also VESA’s DisplayHDR 400 certified and compatible with Adaptive-Sync variable refresh rate technology, so it is expected to be identified as AMD FreeSync or Nvidia G-Sync.
Like other high-end displays for gamers, the Agon AG493UCX offers multiple input terminals, including dual DisplayPort 1.4 plus dual HDMI 2.0, and a USB Type-C interface that supports 65W power output.
Surprisingly, aOC also provides a rare Gigabit Ethernet and KVM switcher for the display, built-in 5W speaker and headphone output, and a three-mouth USB 3.2 Gen Type 1-A hub.
In terms of brackets, the Agon AG493UCX supports height, inclination, and rotational adjustment, which is also less common on large displays. The display will be available in the U.S. on January 7, 2020 for $999.99 (7046 RMB).
Finally, Crown Jet has listed the Agon AG493UCX ultra-wide-screen electric competition display on the official website of China, and is expected to soon be in the domestic market.