Dell’s UltraSharp 4K UP3216Q endlessly modified my outlook on displays. As soon as a proponent of a number of standard-size displays to spice up productiveness, the time I spent with Dell’s incredible show satisfied me single, large-screen 4K monitor was the one strategy to go.
One of many few reservations I had with the UltraSharp was its dimension. Whereas 32 inches could sound huge if you happen to’re coming from a extra conservative monitor, it’s borderline too small to run 4K natively. For that motive (and some others, like value), I ended up going with a 40-inch 4K TV to make use of as a monitor.
Had AOC’s new monitor been obtainable only a few months in the past, my buying resolution would have been rather a lot more durable.
The AOC C4008VU8 encompasses a 40-inch curved 4K (three,840 x 2,160 decision @ 60Hz) panel sporting 1.07 billion colours, a large coloration gamut (85 % NTSC), 20,000,000:1 distinction ratio and a brightness ranking of 300 cd/m² with a 5ms response time. The display screen additionally consists of flicker-free expertise to assist cut back eye fatigue and twin built-in 5W audio system.
Connectivity choices embrace a VGA port, a number of HDMI ports, 4 USB three.zero ports and two DisplayPort 1.2 ports in addition to line-in and line-out jacks.
The AOC C4008VU8 is offered as of writing for simply north of $800 at quite a lot of retailers together with Amazon, Finest Purchase and Newegg, simply to call a number of.