AOC has renewed its catalog of professional monitors with the new P3 range, which consists of a total of seven new models in three different sizes designed to meet the needs of different professional profiles.
The 24P3CW, 24P3CV, and 24P3QW are 24 inches long, while the Q27P3CW, Q27P3CV, and Q27P3QW are 27 inches long. The CU34P3CV is the largest of all, at 34-in. All these monitors offer viewing angles of 178 degrees, use VA or IPS panels, depending on the model, and have an ergonomic design that makes the work experience more comfortable.
These new AOC monitors come with hubs that integrate a total of four USB 3.2 ports, have 2MP or 5MP webcams that support Windows Hello, have a DisplayPort output for easy integration into multi-monitor environments, and have USB Type-C connectivity. . . AOC has also taken care of the packaging in a clear commitment to sustainability, and these displays have EPA, EnergyStar 8, TCO 9.0 and EPEAT certifications.
Below we are going to see a breakdown of the specifications by range to be more clear about what the new AOC monitors offer us, since their characteristics can change depending on the model we choose:
QW models come with a tiltable 2MP (Full HD) webcam compatible with Windows Hello and feature 5W speakers.
CV models come with a spacious built-in USB-C docking station, provides an RJ-45 input for routing a network connection over USB-C, provides up to 65W of USB Type-C power to charge and power laptops and screen sharing, and is equipped with a DisplayPort output. The ultra-wide CU34P3CV features an integrated KVM switch to control two computers with a single keyboard and mouse monitor setup. The dual 2W speakers are the icing on the cake.
The CW models also come with a tiltable 5-megapixel (QHD) Windows Hello-compatible webcam, dual 5-watt speakers, and the same USB-C docking station as the CV models with 65-watt DisplayPort and USB Type-C output.
AOC QW 24P3QW uses IPS panel and 1080P resolution; Q27P3QW has an IPS panel and has a QHD resolution, 24P3CV has an IPS panel and has a 1080p resolution, Q27P3CV has an IPS panel with a QHD resolution, CU34P3CV has a VA panel and has a QHD+ (ultrawide) resolution, 24P3CW also has a 1080p IPS and the Q27P3CW monitor maintains an IPS panel but reaches QHD resolution. Here is the price of these screens:
24P3CW: 329 euros.
24P3QW: 269 euros.
Q27P3CW: 439 euros.
Q27P3QW: 369 euros.
CU34P3CV: 549 euros.
Q27P3CV: 419 euros.
24P3CV: 289 euros.