Alienware’s upcoming 34-inch gaming monitor is the first to come with Samsung’s new Quantum Dot OLED panel, and it’ll cost you $1,299, according to a report from Ars Technica. Company owned by Dell Screen debut (AW3423DW) at CES This year, it will start shipping this spring.
We’re excited to announce that the Alienware 34 QD-OLED gaming monitor will be arriving early this spring for $1,299.
Additionally, the Alienware Tri-Mode Wireless Gaming Headset (AW920H) is also slated to arrive in early spring for $199. pic.twitter.com/C4QoIGfjea
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Although the price isn’t exactly low, it’s still cheaper than some of the standard OLED screens currently on the market. for example, LG 32″ Ultra-thin OLED MonitorAlthough it’s not quite perfect for gaming, it will save you $3,999. Alienware 55-inch OLED gaming monitor is currently $2,719 AmazonAnd It was first released in 2019 For $3999 — size is clearly a factor here, but it’s still nice to see a screen that uses the new QD-OLED technology for well under $2000.
Alienware’s QD-OLED display comes with all the benefits of an OLED display, including deep blacks and bold contrast. Introducing Quantum Dot technology into the mix results in higher brightness levels with more vibrant colors – the screen should take up 99.3 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. It also has a resolution of 3440 x 1400, a refresh rate of 175 Hz, as well as a brightness of 250 nits with Max 1000 lumens. You can also expect a fast response rate of 0.1ms and support for Nvidia’s G-Sync Ultimate technology.
The $1,299 price tag on this Alienware monitor gives us a hint at what kind of price we can expect for other products with Samsung’s QD-OLED technology. Sony is expected to release the first ever QD-OLED 4K TV Later this year, it will be interesting to see how much it will cost.
LG’s 48-inch OLED 4K gaming monitor costs more than $600 right now
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