AOC has a new 4K display for us to feast our eyes on. The AOC U3277PWQU is a straight-forward display that checks the boxes you'd expect, without tacking on anything superfluous. If you're in the market for a new screen, this one has a limited time promotion with an appealing price tag.
The U3277PWQU sports a 31.5" VA panel with a 3840x2160 resolution, a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a 4-ms response time. The display also features anti-flicker technology as well as picture-by-picture and picture-in-picture functionality. AOC says the U3277PWQU supports 10-bit color, though that particular spec comes by way of an 8-bit panel with AFRC. Despite that impressive-sounding claim, the company doesn't offer any idea of what gamuts it expects the monitor to conform to, so its professional-grade provenance is rather shaky.
On the outside, you'll find one each of DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0, DVI, and VGA inputs, along with four USB ports. Two of those ports are USB 3.0 (and one of them offers fast charging) while the other two are USB 2.0 ports. The monitor comes with a pair of built-in speakers and a stand with height, swivel, pivot, and tilt adjustments for comfort.
While AOC is asking a $699 retail price on the display, the company is offering it for $499 through B&H Photo Video. That discount puts it firmly in the lower price bracket for a really big 32" 4K display with potentially decent color reproduction.
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