As noted, the AOC AGON AG352UCG has a 35-inch 2000R curved VA panel with 3440x1440 resolution and UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio as well as support for Nvidia G-Sync with up to 100Hz refresh rate.
The rest of the specifications include a maximum brightness of 300cd/m², 2000:1 contrast ratio and a response time of 4ms, which is not bad for a VA panel. It also has 178-degree viewing angles and supports 100 percent sRGB color space. While it might lack the HDR support, it is still a decent gaming monitor.
The monitor is mounted on the AOC Ergo Base, which allows height, tilt and swivel adjustments and it also comes with a headset holder as well as a built-in handle for easier transport. It also comes with HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, four USB 3.0 ports and supports a VESA 100mm mount.
AOC also included some if its proprietary technologies including Shadow Control, Flicker-Free tech, and Low Blue Light.
According to AOC, the new AGO AG352UCG should launch in March with a price set at €899/£799.