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4/5 stars for AOC AGON AG353UCG @ TechteamGB (UK)

UK’s TechteamGB, home of all kinds of technology reviews recently published a review of the AOC AGON AG353UCG on their website as well as on their YouTube channel. The monitor received 4/5 stars.

Seriously, it’s brilliant having that level of speed available to you across that wide, and high res panel and makes the playing experience really immersive. I wasn’t really blown away. I mean I was blown away by its weight, despite the carrying handle on the stand, its monstrous thickness, seriously it’s thicker on the side than my thumb alone, and that there is a fan inside it that, as far as I’m aware, you can’t control and stays on long after the monitor has turned off and runs constantly. And, while the stand does offer decent adjustability in tilt, height and swivel, the insane weight means it shakes badly at even the slightest jocle of the table. Don’t get me wrong, the gaming experience is good, but to me it wasn’t really much better than on the CU34G2X, which is basically 1/4th the price.“

Please find the full written review here, and the review video here.

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