AOC Q2963PM | The ultra wide 29 inch Monitor

The wide format has spread like machine oil on TVs, monitors and virtually any other type of screen killing the old 4:3 and 5:3. Now there are those who are pushing for 21:9 ultra wide but the market has not yet gone crazy for the idea of ​​an ultra wide screen.

Sometimes one is better than two

For now it appears to address the businesses as this new AOC 29″ Q2963PM has already seen in the days of CeBIT which seems to be the ideal solution for those who want to have a workspace similar to that of a dual-monitor but without the dimensions, fuel consumption and the lack of versatility of a dual screen solution.

AOC Q2963PM front

AOC Q2963PM front

The resolution is 2650 × 1080 Full HD basically stretched but with a pixel density that is not particularly stellar. The versatility in any case looks good including a great choice of doors DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI for both the mode support Picture in Picture and Picture by Picture, which assign two zones of the monitor to two different inputs and therefore potentially two computers or a computer and any other device with output.

AOC Q2963PM rear

AOC Q2963PM rear

For business and movies?

AOC also dares to call it a good candidate for watching movies but in the jungle of formats there would be very few than can be displayed without black bars on the sides. In any case, the panel is of good quality. IPS technology guarantees as usual excellent viewing angles and color fidelity. The other data AOC spoke of is a dynamic contrast ratio of 50M, brightness of 250 cd / m^2 and a response time of 5ms. The price is $ 500, not far from that of a pair of IPS 24″ with average quality.

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