|Standing screen display size||29 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1080|
AOC Q2963PM 29-inch IPS (21:9) LED-Lit Monitor, 2560 x 1080 Resolution, 5ms, 50M:1 DCR, VGA / DVI / HDMI (MHL) / Display Port, Speakers, VESA
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|Standing screen display size||29 Inches|
|Resolution||FHD 1080p Ultra Wide|
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- 29" cinematic display area with IPS technology, 21:9 Ultrawide Aspect Ratio, 300 cd/m2 Brightness
- 2560 x 1080 Full HD resolution, 50M:1 MEGA Dynamic Contrast Ratio, 5ms Response Time
- VGA, DVI-D HDCP, HDMI (MHL), Display Port connectivity, 2 built-in 3W stereo speakers
- PBP/PIP multi-tasking function, VESA wall-mount compliant
- LED backlit, Energy Star qualified for 30% less energy usage
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|Display Resolution Maximum||2560 x 1080||2560 x 1080 pixels||1920 x 1080 pixels||2560 x 1080 pixels||2560 x 1080||3440 x 1440 pixels|
|Screen Size||29 inches||29 inches||27 inches||30 inches||30 inches||35 inches|
|Item Dimensions||28.10 x 8.40 x 15.30 inches||27.50 x 8.20 x 16.20 inches||24.22 x 17.85 x 8.82 inches||27.80 x 16.10 x 7.40 inches||27.83 x 16.11 x 9.18 inches||32.96 x 19.04 x 9.68 inches|
|Item Weight||15.20 lbs||11.50 lbs||12.61 lbs||12.15 lbs||10.70 lbs||16.60 lbs|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||Wall Mount||—|
|Refresh Rate||60 hertz||75 hertz||75 hertz||200 hertz||85 hertz||100 hertz|
It's a 29" 21:9 cinema concept MNT with AH-IPS Panel, 2560x1080 resolution, 3W stereo speaker with housing for better sound quality and MHL mobile phone connectivity, no more black border at up & button side of screen when you watching a movie.
AOC Q2963PM 29" UltraWide IPS LED Monitor
Take Your Work and Entertainment Experience to the Next Level
AOC's Q2963PM greatly enhances your productivity and experience; work and leisure won't be the same with features like the ultrawide cinematic screen, screen-splitter function, and dual link-up. Whether it's for viewing multiple documents, a more immersive movie and gaming experience, or multitasking simplicity, the 29" ultrawide 21:9 screen monitor gives you what you need.
- Panoramic screen with screen-splitter function for multitasking ease
- Cinematic Screen with 21:9 Aspect Ratio
- TWHFD 2560 x 1080 resolution @60Hz
- PBP or PIP multitasking function for enjoying an image from two sources at once
- Multimedia connectors for VGA, DVI-D with HDCP, HDMI (MHL), DisplayPort
- Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) to connect and charge the phone
- IPS Panel with full HD 1080P Resolution and an LED backlit screen
The AOC 29" UltraWide features an LED Backlit screen that offers brilliant color and ultra clear images. The full HD 1080P Resolution, with 50,000,000:1 contrast ratio and response time of 5ms, creates superior picture sharpness and the In Plane Switching (IPS) Panel allows you to view your spreadsheets or weekend movies from virtually any angle without compromising color uniformity.
The UltraWide is available for multiple full sized applications as an upgrade to dual monitor settings. Enjoy dual monitor productivity on a single screen. The vast panoramic screen is easy on the eyes, and with the screen-splitter function, multitasking has never been so simple.
The AOC 29" UltraWide screen and equipped dual 3-Watt enclosed speakers deliver a more awesome immersive experience for your favorite movies or games. The narrow bezel frame offers a sleek cinema-like screen experience. The VESA Mount feature is available for wall-mounted cinema experience as well.
The AOC 29" UltraWide is EnergyStar qualified, which means it uses about 30% less energy than standard units. Plus, it has no arsenic in the glass, mercury-free LED, and no BFR/PVC Laminates. It also qualifies for the latest standards such as TCO.
The AOC 29" UltraWide's connectivity is ultra-useful. The HDMI Connections carry high definition picture and sound in one easy cable. The HDMI with MHL allow you to connect your smartphone easily without a network connection. You can stream videos from your phone on to the monitor screen while charging your mobile device at the same time.
The PIP/PBP Hardware Calibration Ready (Dual Link-Up) allow two devices to be viewed on the monitor simultaneously. The DisplayPort connection allows you to connect several monitors to your notebook with one simple cable.
- Viewable Image Size: 29"
- Aspect Ratio: 21:9
- Panel: LED AH-IPS
- Brightness: 300 cd/m2
- Contrast Ratio: 50,000,000:1
- View Angle: 178° horizontal, 178° vertical
- Optimum Resolution: 2560 x 1080 @ 60Hz
- Colors Supported: 16.7 Million
- Input/OutputS: VGA x 1, DVI-D x 1, DP-in x 1, DP-out x 1, HDMI x 1(MHL), Audio in/out x 1
- Built-in Speakers: 3 Watts x 2
- Windows 8 Compatible: Yes
- Wall Mountable: Yes
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Although it has the mild edge light-bleed associated with all IPS screens, it really isn't noticeable unless the room is *really* dark and you are looking for it. The picture is always sharp, the colors on factory presets better than I have seen on many calibrated models (and as close to perfect as I have ever seen after calibration), and the contrast is very strong, you really have to look carefully and with the right tools to tell the difference between screen black and true black.
The built-in speakers aren't anything special, but I have velcroed a 29" Vizio soundbar to the top of it and that works great with the 3.5mm stereo output from this monitor. Would probably be even better if it had an optical or digital audio output (there's a very slight hiss if I turn the soundbar volume up more than 70%, or engage the "Surround" sound), but for practical media consumption purposes it does fine (if I needed to do serious sound work, I'd take a digital/optical output from the laptop).
The one significant headache of the design is that the VESA mount on the back is set in such a way that the monitor will wind up tilted at least 20 degrees upwards even when it is tilted down as far as possible (the portion with the VESA mount and the inputs won't go flush with the actual panel), which was more than my mount could tilt downwards. I had to use some longer screws and spacers I had left over from another mount on the top two holes in order to get it so it would actually face straight ahead or tilt downwards. A mount with more down-facing angle adjustment would probably have solved that, just be aware that it may be an issue you have to work around.
I began reading about the AOC Q2963PM several days ago and ordered it two days ago Prime and here it is... Now, is it everything I had expected it to be. Did it perform as advertised. How was my experience going to compare to others who I have read in the various reviews.
I had also ordered a 6 screen stand and DVI cable to go along with my new purchase.. all arrived on time with Prime.
I have odd setup, an older Dell 24WPS, which works flawlessly for 7 years now, an old Acer 193W and an even older Vizio 22 inch TV, then, last year I updated one other monitor with a simple touch screen, Viewsonic TD2220, all running on a pair of Galaxy GTX560's. It was a mess. They were placed anywhere I could make them fit and still have useful work space. The Vizio TV had been acting up and the Acer 193w is limited to 900 x 1440, but is working fine. I decided to pickup the AOC Q2963, it would replace both of those. I had concerns if my 560's would hold up to my new screen, I had read there were some cable issues and maybe some settings which may be important.
Desk space is a premium for everyone, How everything one piles upon one's desk makes it easier or more complex for one to operate, well, my old setup of books to make one monitor taller or brackets to hold another all got sorted out and cleaned up, this new 6 screen stand was rated for 6 - 24 inch screens up to 20+ pound support each.
the old Dell 24WPS makes an excellent full page screen and it's own stand is perfect, I wanted to retain at least the full page so, I began my new setup, with my touchscreen 22 front and center, the dell stand up to one side and this new 29 inch AOC Q2963 center on the upper section of this 6 screen stand,,, well.. it not only looked odd, ok, odder then I normally had my monitors, I had spaces and horrific gaps, the first setup, was not going to work. still sticking with I wanted the Dell standing up, I lowered the new AOC and placed the 22 Viewsonic TD2220 all on the lower arm, they fit rather well, granted the Dell still reaches the desk tabletop, barely hanging a cm of the table, but it is standing full page... the new AOC is wonderful front and center and I can reach over to the touch screen for all my primary needs. That left me with this entire upper monitor arm, unused, and I couldn't leave it at that. like I said earlier, the Vizio TV did work but was flaky and even today gave me problem on an off, and that little Acer 193W, well it's been around a while.. Now it's in the upper deck.. as a full page monitor, the pair of GTX 560's, purr... one of my next up grade may be new video cards..
the AOC Q2963PM, I first used the mini-hdmi on the 560 to hdmi, the screen looked beautiful, Win 8.1 Pro did not ask me if I wanted 2560x1080, It just set it up, But, I also have a Microsoft Surface 2, I was using my home TV for big screen, I switched to the AOC, it works fantastic. I connected the new DVI cables back to the PC system and left the Surface 2 connected to the hdmi however, the PIP only supports either the old VGA D-Sub or the Displayport. I had to do it, I popped on a converter and ran and old Vga cable, and the AOC monitor didn't skip a beat. I used an hdmi converter to DVI and run my Asus VivoSmart Tab on that.. this thing is fun.. pic in picture works well... after hours of laying everything out, many times, I'm considering a second purchase to dedicate one to my Roku 3
I passed my considerations along and purchased the second monitor... side by side or one on top of the other, these monitors are beautiful.. simple.. I do not yet have a displayport able video card, that is next on my list... however I am happy with the performance of these two old GTX 560's.
month later.... zero complaints
1 1/2 years later... after running these AOC Q2963PM's.. I upgraded my video cards, I am now using a AMD R9 295X2 and a Nvidia 760 GTX.. these AOC's are connected to the AMD, until yesterday, I had been using the DP @2560X1080 @60, I made a change in cabling, Now, I am able to use the setting 2560X1440 @60 HDMI... although, it is not the recommended..
Having said that... This is my 1st 21:9 ratio monitor. I was concerned about the ability of my NVidia Quadro K5000 to drive the 2560 x 1080 resolution. After selecting "Advanced/Non-Standard" settings the video card permitted the higher settings.
I am extremely impressed with the monitor. Web pages are fantastic in portrait mode, spreadsheets in landscape. It is odd getting used to such an elongated profile.
The display is beautify, crisp and brilliant. I've attached the monitor to a wall mounted arm providing 360° pivot to allow quickly switching between landscape and portrait mode.
As for other's comments on build quality (or lack there-of), I find the construction to be very good. I REALLY like the thin bezel edge as this sits along side 3 other 28" monitors. The thin bezel make spanning across all monitors my more pleasant to view.
Given the relatively low price, I'm tempted to award 5 stars. However on principal, I never award 5 stars until I've has a reasonable amount of time with the product.
Top reviews from other countries
Movies are a joy. The great colour replication and viewing angles make for a fantastic experience. The speakers are clearly less than impressive, as with all monitors, but the back IO has it's own 3.5mm output for easy speaker set up. Games benefit greatly from the aspect ratio, mainly racing games and first person titles where impression are key. Where it shines however is in productivity. You can fit 2-3 windows easily, having videos on one side and webpages on the other or research on one half while you type without having to switch back and forth.
The range of inputs is impressive, with HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort. Response time is fine for IPS, along with input lag that is fine for the average user though won't be impressing any competitive players. A standard VESA compatible mount is found on the back which makes up for the tilt only stand included. The bezels are a bit flimsy but not a worry, it's a monitor after all.
Overall it's a fantastic package that can argue it's place in most applications. The IPS display is a joy, the movie watching experience cannot be rivalled in this range and at this price it's about as good as it gets for gaming immersion.
but I should point out its poor speakers which are very quiet at times even sitting a few foot from it. ( I've since bought separate speakers)
also i'm not in love with the aspect ratio i've came from a 28 inch monitor that had greater height but lower width perhaps ill get used to this but it was very difficult to find a monitor that was the same as the old one in this price bracket.
If your a Gamer Its Brilliant Some Times can be Pain cause Some games Dont like the Resolution 2560x1080 ..
I use it for Games and Photo Editin ..
Love it !!