AOC is a Taiwanese-based conglomerate known for the manufacturer and delivers displays that are pretty famous for moderate.
Recently the company has released three new monitors as part of its famous E2 series. The monitors primarily aim to look for a large and high-resolution monitor, which is not heavy on their pockets.
The Q32E2N model is an entry-level model with a €249 price tag. It offers a 31.5-inch VA panel with a 75 Hz refresh rate. While offering a native resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, it also provides a pixel density of 93 PPI. The display panel comes with a maximum brightness of 250 nits.
Next in line is the new Q34E2A. The device is a 34-inch monitor with AOC offering an IPS panel on the display. The device, just like the Q32E2N, also supports a 75 Hz refresh rate while offering 300 nits of peak brightness. Unlike Q32E2N, the Q34E2A comes with a 2,560 x 1,080 display panel. This allows the display to offer a pixel density of 82 PPI. The Q34E2A is available for €289 while also offering a noticeably narrower display bezel on its three sides as compared with the Q32E2N.
Now let’s talk about the most expensive of three siblings.
The new U32E2N is arguably the most expensive and the best of the three monitors released by AOC. Standing at €429, which is more than a 50% increment then its siblings, the device stands to be at the peak compared with the other two displays.
The U32E2N monitor offers a 31.5-inch display, just like the Q32E2N. While also featuring a VA panel display, the U32E2N offers 350 nits of peak brightness and a native resolution of 3,849 x 2,169 pixels. The 16:9 display of the monitor has a pixel density of 140 PPI.
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, which is a disappointment, to be honest.
All the 3 monitors support Adaptive Sync, Display Port, HDMI, and sport 3 W speakers. The monitors are not the best choice for users looking for high-resolution displays for their office. But they are also not the worst choice.
If you are looking for budget-oriented monitors offering decent specs, then, by all means, the AOC’s E2 series monitors are certainly a good choice.
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