Review AOC Porsche Design Agon Pro PD32M Review: High Style, High Performance

UWguy

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Did April fools come twice this year? If this was OLED maybe it would justify the price but definitely not as is.

Plus AOC? Gives me flashbacks to the 80’s with their crappy interference laden CRT monitors.
 

oofdragon

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Did April fools come twice this year? If this was OLED maybe it would justify the price but definitely not as is.

Plus AOC? Gives me flashbacks to the 80’s with their crappy interference laden CRT monitors.

Well this is a advertising website, not a review one.. so you have these amazing products left and right. I do agree that as of today I wont buy a expensive monitor if it's not OLED. They say "but Mini led is brighter!! " Bro I turn brightness down the most I can, I don't want to look at a super bright lamp but at pure black, and make it 240Hz because today that's the new standard
 

jakjawagon

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There is no KVM switch, unfortunately.

Yes there is. The monitor's USB ports will connect via either the USB-C port or the USB-B upstream port, depending on which display input is active. Not the most elegant solution, but it's still technically a KVM.


A tiny dongle plugs into one of the USB ports to support the wireless remote.

I'm guessing you're mistaking the included USB stick containing drivers, manuals etc. for a dongle. The remote works fine without plugging it in.
 

ra3tonite

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I have a 1440p monitor but I still play games at 1080p. A lot of games look really great 1080p when playing on a native 1080p monitor. But when I use my 1440p monitor and scale back to 1080p, I notice that the image is not as sharp as when just playing on a native 1080p monitor.

I wonder if using a 4k monitor but scaling back to 1080p for games would have that same blurring effect? Not sure since 2160p to 1080p is a cleaner ratio compared to 1440p to 1080p. I'm not really sure how that stuff works, though. Any thoughts?