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AOC unveils three new monitors with affordable 31.5-inch QHD, 31.5-inch 4K and 34-inch ultrawide options

The trio of E2 series monitors offer plenty of value for money. (Image source: AOC)
The trio of E2 series monitors offer plenty of value for money. (Image source: AOC)
AOC has presented three new entries in its E2 series, called the Q3232N, Q3432A and U32E2N, respectively. All three monitors offer good value for money, yet are designed for different use cases.
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AOC has released three new monitors as part of its E2 series. Primarily aimed at those who are looking for a large and high-resolution office monitor that does not break the bank, the new members of the E2 series range in size, resolution and price. The Q32E2N is the entry-level model of the three with its £175 (€249) retail price, yet it still packs a 31.5-inch VA panel with a 75 Hz refresh rate. The Q32E2N offers a native resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels also, which gives it a pixel density of 93 PPI. The panel has a maximum brightness of 250 nits, too.

Next up is the Q34E2A, which is a 34-inch monitor. AOC has used an IPS panel here, but it still supports a 75 Hz refresh rate and offers 300 nits of peak brightness. However, the Q34E2A is a 2,560 x 1,080 panel, meaning that it has a pixel density of 82 PPI. The Q34E2A retails for £249 (€289) and also has noticeably narrower display bezels on three sides than the Q32E2N.

The AOC Q34E2A. (Image source: AOC)
The AOC Q34E2A. (Image source: AOC)

The most expensive of the three new monitors is the U32E2N, for which AOC charges £249 (€429). The U32E2N is a 31.5-inch VA panel like the Q32E2N, but it offers 350 nits of peak brightness and a native resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. Correspondingly, the 16:9 display has a pixel density of 140 PPI, but it tops out at a refresh rate of 60 Hz.

All of AOC's new monitors support Adaptive Sync, DisplayPort, HDMI and have 3 W speakers. Additionally, they also have 4 ms response times and do not use pulse-width modulation (PWM) to adjust brightness levels. AOC has included VESA Mounts on all three monitors, too.

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AOC via Hexus

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Alex Alderson, 2020-10- 2 (Update: 2020-10- 2)