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AOC C32G2AE and CQ32G2SE: Two curved gaming monitors launched with 31.5-inch panels, 165 Hz refresh rates and 1 ms response times

The AOC C32G2AE and CQ32G2SE are both 31.5-inch and 165 Hz gaming monitors. (Image source: AOC)
The AOC C32G2AE and CQ32G2SE are both 31.5-inch and 165 Hz gaming monitors. (Image source: AOC)
The AOC C32G2AE and CQ32G2SE are two 31.5-inch and 165 Hz gaming monitors. The pair have a 1500R curvature and a 3,000:1 contrast ratio too with support for AMD FreeSync Premium. The C32G2AE is a 1080p monitor though, whereas the CQ32G2SE can reach 1440p.

AOC has announced yet more gaming monitors. This time it is two 31.5-inch monitors called the C32G2AE and CQ32G2SE. The two are essentially the same monitor, although they differ in resolution. The CQ32G2SE offers up to 1,440 (QHD), while the C32G2AE maxes out at 1080p.

Both offer a curvature of 1500R and are VA panels, though. Additionally, the monitors have viewing angles of 178/178°, a peak contrast ratio of 3,000:1 and an sRGB colour space coverage of 121%. Moreover, AOC allows the pair to reach 165 Hz with a 1 ms response time. Both peak at 250 nits too, which is a touch on the dark side.

There is also support for AMD FreeSync Premium, which should minimise stuttering and image tearing. AOC has even included two 5 W speakers and a VESA mount, along with two HDMI 2.0 ports and a single DisplayPort 1.2 connection.

The AOC C32G2AE and CQ32G2SE will be available in Europe later this month for €299 and €389, respectively. According to Display Daily, AOC will sell the C32G2AE for £249 in the UK, with the CQ32G2SE priced at £329.

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(Image source: AOC)
(Image source: AOC)

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Alex Alderson, 2020-12- 2 (Update: 2020-12- 3)