The AOC C3583FQ is a curved, ultra-wide (21:9 aspect ratio) display with a Full HD resolution of 2560 x 1080 pixels. The monitor supports HDMI and DisplayPort.
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Pro Extremely high refresh rate
The maximum refresh rate of this display is 160 Hz, which is extremely fast - even for high-end standards. Most high-end displays only offer up to 144 Hz, but this AOC display is a bit faster. High refresh rates are excellent for fast-paced gaming action and ensures a much greater fluidity.
Pro Connections integrated in the base
In terms of connectivity, all ports are integrated into the base of the large display. That results in a more tidy environment and no cables dangling on the rear of the display.
Pro Great image quality
The monitor uses a VA-panel, which is comparable to IPS. Image quality is excellent and aspects such as color reproduction, contrast and brightness are all great.
Pro Curved display increases visual workspace
The AOC C3583FQ is curved and is angled similar to the curves of the human eye. Because of the curved screen, points on the screen are spread more evenly across your eyes, which increases your visual workspace and can reduce eyestrain.
Pro Good viewing angles
Another advantage of the VA-panel is the range of the viewing angles. The monitor looks great from every horizontal and vertical viewing angle and color shifting doesn't occur.
Con Doesn't support VESA mounting
The C3583FQ doesn't feature a VESA mount which makes wall-mounting or using an alternative stand impossible.
Con Smaller pixel density, not as sharp as other displays
The resolution of the AOC C3583FQ is Full HD, but because there's additional screen space on both sides, 2560 x 1080 pixels are displayed. This is the same pixel density as a regular 1080p non-ultrawide monitor. Because of the large screen size of 35 inch, this monitor isn't as sharp as some other displays. The amount of pixels per inch (ppi) is measured at 70.
Con Large stand-by power consumption
With a stand-by power consumption of over 60 watts, the AOC C3583FQ definitely isn't an economic display.
Con Awkward touch controls
The on-screen display and menu's of this AOC display are controlled via touch-sensitive controls on the base of the monitor. Due to the ultra-wide aspect ratio, the OSD can be a little bit awkard to control.