Good color and grayscale performance.
Lots of video ports.
Weak vertical viewing angle.
No USB ports.
By uk.hardware.info on February 12, 2014
2013 will be known as the year when PC monitors finally started moving beyond Full HD resolution. Last year we tested a large number of WQHD monitors with 2560x1440 pixels, and today we will examine nine screens with a resolution of 2560x1080. The...-
By eTeknix on December 10, 2013
Over the last few years, we have been [in general] demanding higher and higher resolutions from our monitors, and before we even think about using a multi-screen setup – the most common resolution of choice has to be 1920×1080. Over the last...-
By Kitguru.net on November 25, 2013
With the growing rise in popularity of new high resolution Ultra Wide monitors we take a look at the AOC Q2963PM. This panel has support for both Dual Link DVI and DisplayPort connectors and can output at 2,560×1080 resolution. If you need a lot of...90
By Tom's Hardware UK on August 26, 2013
Since 21:9 is a new aspect ratio on the desktop, and every other segment for that matter, I thought that a few comments on usability might be appropriate. After using AOC's Q2963PM for several days, I came to the conclusion that for entertainment,...-
By Macworld UK on August 22, 2013
An ultra-wide display with a 2560px resolution, a stylish cabinet and good brightness consistency all over. It’s time to go wide again with the second of the ultra- wide panels in this round up. Like the NEC model, this is 29in of LCD screen, with...80
By GadgetReview on August 17, 2013
AOC's Q2963PM 29” 21:9 UltraWide Monitor comes in at a very reasonably priced $499.00 retail. But...92
By HEXUS.net on August 05, 2013
PC enthusiasts and gamers understand that modern graphics cards are able to play the latest games at resolutions way above the standard 1,920x1,080 (1080p) available on a wide range of inexpensive monitors. The next real step up is with 27in screens...-
By Expert Reviews on July 09, 2013
This ultra-wide display has excellent colour accuracy and a wide range of inputs, but contrast levels could be...80
By Reseller News on July 02, 2013
AOC’s Q2963Pm is a 29-inch ‘super wide’ monitor, in the uncommon 21:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 2560 x 1080 pixels.Most desktop screens today use the 16:9 ratio adopted from HD televisions, with a resolution of 1920 x 1080...-
By PC Mag on June 28, 2013
The AOC Q2963PM brings ultra-wide display capabilities to your desktop at an affordable price. It offers a wealth of video ports and reasonably good performance but its vertical viewing angle performance needs...80