AOC's latest QHD monitor is DisplayHDR 400 certified and costs $549

AOC has just released its latest monitor, the AG322QC4, featuring a curved 32-inch QHD display with HDR support and a refresh rate of 144Hz. The monitor also offers a 4ms response time and will be compatible with AMD’s FreeSync2 technology.

As far as the details go, the display is AOC's first monitor that has been Vesa Certified for DisplayHDR 400. The monitor utilizes a VA panel with a 1800R curve which AOC is touting will be able to offer vibrant colors with high dynamic range. Like some of its other monitors, users will be able to take advantage of AOC technologies like Shadow Control, FlickerFree, and LowBlue Mode.

Shadow Control will allow for better adjustment of just the shadows and dark areas, leaving surrounding unaffected by the adjustments, while FlickerFree can reduce eyestrain during long sessions of use with the monitor. The LowBlue Mode, meanwhile, reduces blue light emissions without affecting the quality of colors.

The AOC AG322QC4 will have a retail price of $549 and can now be purchased from Amazon. Newegg will also carry it sometime in the near future.

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