This is one area that AOC could've spent more time on, but I understand why - the price point. The AG322QCX doesn't have the best build quality but at just $420, I'm not going to knock it.
The design of the AG322QCX uses a black/silver design with lots of plastic (especially at the bottom) while the stand is silver. It has a cheaper look from a distance, but once your eyes are concentrated on the actual 31.5-inch 2560x1440 panel and super-fluid 144Hz, the design of the display doesn't matter so much.
AOC uses a nice curve on the AGON AG322QCX.
The stand is nice and firm and doesn't wobble across my desk when I'm shoving my keyboard forward in a frantic moment of a game, with a triple-pronged stand that keeps the AG322QCX nice and still.
AOC's AG322QCX monitor is very adjustable on the stand, sliding up and down very smoothly making it perfect for quick adjustments when you're in the middle of a game.
There's a small plastic button under the center of the display under the logo, which gives you the ability of tweaking the display through the OSD, and turning it on and off.
And once more, next to a 34-inch 3440x1440 display for scale.
I'm someone who has completely shifted over into the world of DisplayPort and only use HDMI for my TV, but AOC has included DisplayPort, HDMI, and even VGA outputs.
We have two USB ports as well.
AOC has even included speakers and a microphone with the AG322QCX, with 5W speakers giving some very basic audio if you need it. This is good for headphone users who don't have speakers on their desk.
Speaking of headphones, AOC includes a little flick out piece that lets you hang up your headphones.
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