Today we will be taking a look at Aopen 32HC1QUR Display – a newly released panel meant to handle graphically demanding games and processing for both the casual gamer as well as content creators. The Aopen 32HC1QUR is a 32” curved display featuring AMD Radeon’s Freesync and has a wide view for the ultimate gaming experience.
We have had a great deal of time to play around and get a feel for what this monitor has to offer and it offers a lot. This monitor sports AMD Radeon’s Freesync, which eliminates any kind of screen tearing and minimizes lag providing a smooth gaming experience. This monitor may not be the first choice for gamers in the FPS genre, but it has more than enough power to give you smooth gameplay and zero input lag.
The Aopen 32HC1QUR is a 32-inch panel with a wide 1800R curvature which provides up to 178-degree viewing angle. This ensures that the gamer has a wide field of vision so they will not miss a single action. With a thin build this monitor can fit in tight spots and the gamer won’t have to worry about lack of space. The Aopen 32HC1QUR is also built to be mounted making it more desirable to gamer’s using more than one monitor in their setups.
Not only does the Aopen 32HC1QUR boasts a high refresh rate and a high response time, but with its 2560×1440 resolution, it delivers accurate colors and sharp details that leave little out and leaves the consumer more immersed in their game of choice. It also has a blue light filter option, which for a lot of gamers is a blessing. We cannot think how many players suffer from excessive blue light exposure so having the option to lower and raise this option is a blessing to many.
The Aopen 32HC1QUR is easy to install and does not require any type of software before use. This display, however, does not include built in speakers, so you will need to use headphones or have a separate set up speakers.
The Aopen 32HC1QUR was not only a blast to test out but was one of the most efficient monitors we have had a chance to test and review. With its slim design and fast performance, this left a huge impact to those of us who are used to 1ms response times. Also, the feature to reduce and increase blue light has made work and play much easier for those more susceptible to its influence. For those looking to get their hands on a larger display, this will not break the bank, as it comes at a price tag of $279.99. So? what are you waiting for? Get on out there and give it a test for yourself, you won’t be disappointed!