More Excited and Comfortable Visual Enjoyment. Human eyes is curved and limited for viewing angle area, so curvature is very suitable for human eyes and reducing eye fatigue.
AMD FreeSync technology synchronizes the GPU and the monitor so frames are displayed when ready: no tearing or stuttering.
Low Blue Light and Flicker Free Technology
Agon provide the different level for “Low Blue Light”, for the different user scenario. Most LED monitors use PWM (pulse width modulation) to control brightness; the pulsing creates flicker that may cause discomfort, headaches and eye strain, especially in low-light environments. Flicker Free technology uses a smooth DC (direct current) backlight system.
Low Input Lag
Low Input Lag reduces delay between signal input (via keyboard, mouse or otherwise) and image processing on the screen to ensure a smoother gaming experience. Many gamers have the misconception that 200Hz monitors are only needed for FPS gameplay. However, this isn’t the case. Smoother visuals aside, 200Hz monitors also reduce any delays between physical mouse movement and on-screen depiction. 200Hz monitors refresh on-screen images 200 times per second for sharper, cleaner movements.
Compared to a 60Hz display, the result is much-improved mouse movement fluidity and precision. This is useful for micromanaging units better in RTS games or winning action-packed team fights in MOBA games, for example. It is also an advantage recognized by many pro gamers.Case in point: in 2016 during the Valve-sponsored Dota2 Shanghai Major tournament, players complained that the only monitors available at the time were 60Hz. Sponsors ended up providing new 144Hz monitors on short notice for the tournament to continue smoothly.