Acer Predator Z35P vs AOC Agon AG352UCG review: Titanic G-sync battle

Mainly similarities, with one big (price)difference

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Acer Predator Z35P

The Acer Predator Z35P differs only one letter in name compared with the recently reviewed model with wfhd-resolution, but the two are a lot more different than you might think based on their names. While the Z35 offers 2560x1080 pixels at 200Hz, the Z35P offers 3440x1440 at a maximum of 120Hz. This makes them fundamentally different products: the Z35 is the correct choice if you value a higher framerate, while the Z35P offers more detail (and still want a smooth experience thanks to the 120Hz). The Z35P does cost about 223 pounds / 250 euros than the Z35. 

Acer Predator Z35P

Aside from the higher pixel density (107 ppi vs 79 ppi), the Z35P does not really offer any extras. The connectivity is, thanks to the mandatory Nvidia G-sync scaler, identical: a single displayport 1.2 and a single hdmi 1.4. Both have an audio-input to use the built-in speakers for other devices such as your smartphone, both have a usb 3.0 hub with four host-connectors. This is not really subtle and is placed in such a way on the back that we do not think you will often use it to quickly plug in a stick or drive. If you do want to do this, you are probably better off leaving short cables hanging from the back. 

Acer Predator Z35P

The two do differ visually. The Z35P has a base with a new design, which is slightly more subtle compared with that of the Z35 - although that base was definitely not big. The back is where the two look the most alike. In our opinion, an important improvement that was made to the Z35P is that it can rotate on the base, aside from the possibility to be adjusted in height and pivot. Another positive detail is the use of matte plastic in the bezel: because of this you will not really see any reflections, which is something that can happen with shiny plastic. Despite its thin base the Z35P is very sturdy, with a weight of 12.5 kilograms it is certainly no lightweight, which only emphasizes the solid impression of the monitor. At the top of the vertical column of the base we find a sort of handle, which is useful if you want to move your monitor - but we would not recommend you walking around with it a lot considering its weight. In short, there is little wrong with the first impressions.

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Acer Predator Z35P

35 inch, 3440x1440, 107 ppi, VA, Nvidia G-Sync, 120 Hz, HDMI input, DisplayPort input, 4 ms, 300 cd/m², 2500 : 1

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£959.28

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2 shops, 2x stock

AOC Agon AG352UCG

35 inch, 3440x1440, 107 ppi, VA, Nvidia G-Sync, 100 Hz, HDMI input, DisplayPort input, 4 ms, 300 cd/m², 2000 : 1

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£758.78

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