So you’ve got your Alienware desktop/laptop and accessories at home but not the monitor? You’re in luck because Alienware just announced two new gaming monitors that might be right up your alley.
The first gaming monitor we are going to talk about is the Alienware 25 Gaming Monitor (AW2523HF). This display uses Fast IPS panel that can display a 360Hz refresh rate (using DisplayPort 1.4) at Full HD resolution and it can go as low as 0.5ms GtG (Gray to Gray) response time. Also, it has 99% sRGB colour coverage, capable of outputting 400 nits of brightness and HDR10 support. However, it only has an 8-bit colour depth.
There is AMD FreeSync Premium Technology and VESA AdaptiveSync support, so you can expect a tear and stutter-free experience in games. You can also swivel, pivot, adjust the height, and tilt the monitor to your liking..
Alienware said the monitor is coming this month but not pricing has been announced at the time of writing.
The second bigger and definitely more expensive monitor is the Alienware 27 Gaming Monitor (AW2723DF). This monitor uses a Fast IPS Nano Color panel that can display up to 280Hz (overclocked) at QHD resolution and has a 1ms GtG response time.
This 27-inch monitor is also much brighter at 600 nits and supports 95% DCI-P3 colour coverage and you can choose between DCI-P3 and sRGB colour spaces if you wish. It can also display a 10-bit colour depth.
AMD FreeSync Premium Technology and VESA AdaptiveSync support are present plus NVIDIA G-SYNC as well and a fully adjustable stand with swivel, pivot, tilt, and height adjustment so you can find that sweet spot for long hours of gaming.
This monitor has Picture-In-Picture (PIP) and Picture-By-Picture (PBP) features that let you view two PC sources simultaneously for next-level multitasking.
At the time of writing, there’s no price announced for the Alienware 27 Gaming Monitor, which is coming in early September.
Both these monitors are Alienware’s first to feature a retractable headset hanger, for a clutter-free gaming setup.