Product Comparison: AOC AG352UCG6 vs Acer Predator Z35P
- My favorite word for this monitor is 'vibrant'. Color calibration not needed. And I no longer need my reading glasses. The resolution versus the size is a perfect match.
- I have have had no issues playing games on its 3440x1440p resolution and it looks absolutely incredible.
- Size/Resolution ratio gives a nice clear picture. Color is very nice. 100Hz is better for Gaming.
- Price is pretty hard to swallow but g-sync, the response time, the size and refresh rate almost make me forget about how much I spent.
- 3400x1440 resolution, 34” Ultra-Wide 21:9 format is my preferred resolution and size for productivity, gaming, watching movies, etc.
Acer Predator Z35P
- The colors are on point, many options for contrast and brightness adjustment, and it has the most screen real estate I've ever worked with on a single monitor.
- No dead pixels, no damage from shipping, and tolerable levels of backlight bleed.
- Arrived with no dead pixels, no damage from shipping, and tolerable levels of backlight bleed. YMMV.
- Like most people I do notice some back-light bleeding in the upper left and right corners of the screen at certain viewing angles and with darker backgrounds.
- In terms of vividness & sharpness of image, sadly, this panel falls short of the Samsung. It's good, but the cf791 was terrific. Not really a con, more like a 7/10.
- G-Sync is very noticeable to me. I couldn't be happier with the smoothness of some of my problematic games.
- The monitor looks great and the design of the stand is lower key than many, though the glossy black on the back looks a bit cheap.
- The stand feels sturdy, appears stylish, and the ability to easily move the monitor up/down is very much appreciated.
- The settings menu and buttons are clunky and confusing to navigate. (An IR sensor and remote would have been a nice solution for this, or at least helped.)
- A negative of the stand is that the forward arms protrude far forward on your desk, as well as behind the monitor.
- I was impressed that it included a DisplayPort cable for free, though I suppose at this price it should).
- The audio passthrough and usb ports are also nice.
- The port placements in the back leave something to be desired, however.
- All the cords were just randomly in there and there was no plastic packaging over the DisplayPort and HDMI cords as well as the PowerSupply, whatever.
- The power port and video ports are annoying to get to. This is normally a 1 time annoyance, but an annoyance none the less.
Acer Predator Z35P