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