AOC continues to expand its main focus with its gaming monitor offering, with the announcement of the new AGON Pro PD32M, a high-end gaming monitor that, in addition to a unique design, is featured with some technologies such as an impressive mini LED panel.
Specifically it is about a 32-inch screen with a 4K resolution mini LED panel (3840 x 2160 pixels) with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and a response time of 1 millisecondwhich far from stopping here, adds other features such as a DisplayHDR 1400 certification (being able in fact to reach a maximum luminosity of 1600 nits), a coverage of 97% DCI-P3 color, and the support for Adaptive Sync picture synchronization technology. Quite a beast.
It is completed with a pair of 8W speakers of power each with DTS Sound certificate, while in the connectivity section, we will find three video inputs with two HDMI 2.1 ports and one DisplayPort portas well as a USB-C port, four USB 3.2 Type-A ports, and a 3.5mm headphone jack (or even an external speaker system).
On the other hand, although just a couple of months ago we saw how the brand was associated to bring another of the models of this family under a special collaboration with League of Legends, this time we will once again have a unique model created in collaboration by Porche Designgiving this monitor a much more remarkable RGB lighting addition.
And it is that in addition to a horizontal stripe located on the upper back of it, the AGON Pro PD32M stands out for having two large areas on both sides of its rearthus creating a feeling of greater spaciousness when placed against a wall, also creating a unique RGB aesthetic that cannot go unnoticed.
In addition, its support will have a small light that will reproduce the Porche Design logo on the inside of its base.
Availability and price
Despite having been announced now, AOC has announced that the new AGON Pro PD32M will not arrive in Europe until the middle of June, although it has already announced its starting price, which will rise up to the quite important 1,999 euros. And it is that unfortunately this panel technology, although really superior, still has prices that are far from being quite affordable.