AOC issued a press release on the launch of the 49-inch AGON AG493UCX monitor. The AGON AG493UCX screen has an aspect ratio of 32: 9 and a resolution of 5120x1440 pixels. In fact, it is like two 27-inch QHD monitors (2560 x 1440 pixels) combined into one without a seam between them.

The concave panel type VA is characterized by a bend of 1800R. The screen brightness reaches 550 CD / m2, static contrast is 3000: 1, and the pixel response time is 4 MS (GtG) or 1 MS (MPRT). The monitor supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro adaptive sync technology. The maximum refresh rate is 120 Hz.

The advantages of the monitor include the presence of a VESA DisplayHDR 400 certificate, support for Picture by Picture mode, a built-in KVM switch and the ability to connect via USB-C. When connecting a laptop via USB-C, support for USB-C Power Delivery allows you to provide power to the laptop. The maximum allowable power consumption is 65 watts.

The screen covers 121% of the sRGB color space, 90% of the AdobeRGB color space, and 90% of the DCI-P3 color space. The viewing angles are 178°.

The monitor is equipped with two 5W speakers, two HDMI 2.0 inputs and two DP 1.4 inputs. in Addition, there is a USB 3.1 hub with three down ports and a USB-C input. The stand allows you to adjust the height by 100 mm, the screen tilt angle from -3.5° to 13.5° and the rotation angle within ±15.5°.
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