AOC Q2963PM Price in Singapore & Specifications

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AOC Q2963PM Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateJan 2013
Display diagonal73.7 cm (29")
Display brightness (typical)250 cd/m²
Display resolution2560 x 1080 pixels
Native aspect ratio21:9
Response time5 ms
Supported graphics resolutions2560 x 1080
Contrast ratio (typical)1000:1
Viewing angle, horizontal178°
Viewing angle, vertical178°
Display number of colours16.78 million colors
Aspect ratio21:9
Contrast ratio (dynamic)50000000:1
Display diagonal (metric)73.7 cm
Pixel pitch0.876 x 0.876 mm
Viewable size, horizontal69.5 cm
Viewable size, vertical30.9 cm
Digital horizontal frequency30 - 83 kHz
Digital vertical frequency55 - 75 Hz
Ports & interfaces
VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity1
DisplayPorts quantity2
DVI-D ports quantity1
HDMI ports quantity1
Microphone inNo
Ethernet LANNo
Card reader integratedNo
Compatible memory cardsNot supported
AC (power) inYes
Weight & dimensions
Width713.6 mm
Depth212 mm
Height387.9 mm
Weight6.9 kg
Weight (with stand)9.79 kg
Power consumption (typical)30 W
Power consumption (standby)0.5 W
Power consumption (off)0.5 W
AC input voltage90 - 240 V
AC input frequency50 - 60 Hz
VESA mountingYes
Cable lock slotYes
On/off switchYes
Height adjustmentNo
Panel mounting interface100 x 100 mm
Cable lock slot typeKensington
Tilt adjustmentYes
Tilt angle range-5 - 20°
On Screen Display (OSD)Yes
Plug and PlayYes
Energy Star certifiedYes
Product colourBlack
CertificationTCO 6.0
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Built-in cameraNo
TV tuner integratedNo
Number of speakers1
Built-in microphoneNo

Reviews of AOC Q2963PM
Reviewed on 2018-07-16
Monitors have been getting larger over the years, but they’ve also been getting wider. Widescreen monitors are omnipresent nowadays with the 16:9 aspect ratio in particular very common...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-17
Extra Wide, Very bright, Dual source capable, Innovative mounting/stand options
Must use PC input for dual source, Doesn't scale/letterbox, Many connections visible when wall mounted, Pricy
When I first came across the AOC Q2963PM display , I had two questions: Who was AOC and why would anyone need a 21:9 display? Well, a little research on the AOC website shows they have their roots right here in the good ol' US of A:While they haven't had ...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-25
2560x1080 is an unusual resolution for a computer monitor. Does it change the way we work? We spent some time with AOC's new Q2963PM to find out. With some unique features on-board, we're more than curious to see what makes this radical new display tick. ...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-28
Affordable. Good color and grayscale performance. Lots of video ports.
Limited adjustability. Weak vertical viewing angle. No USB ports
If you have more than one monitor on your desktop and want to free up some valuable workplace real estate, consider replacing it with an ultra-wide monitor like the AOC Q2963PM. This 29-inch display has a resolution of 2,560-by-1,080, a 21:9 aspect ratio,...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-08
When you're multitasking like mad, one monitor doesn't provide enough real estate to display every open window without many of them overlapping and obscuring each other. For this reason alone, most PCWorld editors and designers use more than one display. ...
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