First OLED Gaming Monitor By Alienware

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First OLED Gaming Monitor By Alienware

 

First OLED Gaming Monitor: Alienware Made the World’s First 55-inch OLED Gaming Monitor, and it looks very nice. There are a ton of huge and extravagant gaming screens available, however, Alienware’s most up to date top of the line show is something different.

Not exclusively is this thing eye-meltingly flawless, Alienware says its new screen is the initial 55-inch OLED gaming screen on the planet.

About The Monitor

From the minute I initially looked at the Alienware 55 OLED Gaming Monitor (which truly is the presentation’s authentic, yet fairly exhausting name), I was kind of awestruck. That is on the grounds that while OLED screens have turned out to be typical on premium cell phones and high-closes TVs, OLED PC screens (especially ones this size) remain very uncommon.

All the more as of late, Nvidia has been attempting to grow the meaning of what a gaming screen is with its BFGD (Big Format Gaming Displays) activity, which hopes to prepare enormous 65-inch screens with the equivalent geek includes typically found on littler work area screens. Be that as it may, up until this point, each BFGD has based around an LCD board, not OLED.

OLED Gaming MOnitor

 

Dell & Alienware

Thinking back, Dell (Alienware’s parent organization) really declared a $5,000 30-inch 4K OLED Ultrasharp show over three years prior at CES 2016, yet was compelled to drop its discharge a year later after various postponements because of unacceptable picture quality.

It appears Dell and Alienware have beaten its past obstacles, and dependent on what I’ve seen and the given details, the hold up was justified, despite all the trouble. Over conveying the dynamic hues and profound blacks OLED boards are known for, Alienware’s 4K 55-inch OLED screen sports a noteworthy shading extent that spreads 98.5 percent of the DCI-P3 shading space, or around 1.07 billion hues, which is about equivalent to Apple’s $5,000 32-inch Pro Display XDR.

Refresh rate

All the more critically for gamers, the Alienware 55 OLED has a 120Hz variable invigorate rate with AMD FreeSync support, alongside a blisteringly quick 0.5ms reaction time that ought to totally dispense with irritating things like ghosting.

Around back, the Alienware 55 OLED accompanies a piece of RGB lighting that can be tuned with Alienware’s Command Center programming, plenty of ports, including a two-port USB center, three HDMI 2.0 ports, one DisplayPort, S/PDIF out, and even an earphone jack. Furthermore, in contrast to most screens, the Alienware 55 OLED likewise accompanies its own remote.

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Monitor Specs

Alienware customized the panel’s on-screen display with a built-in FPS counter and a number of customizable gaming modes. And for anyone worried about dead pixels ruining their expensive display, Dell says this monitor will be part of its Premium Panel Exchange program that allows customers to replace the display if they find even a single bright pixel—as long as the panel is still under warranty.

The one somewhat disappointing spec is that the Alienware 55 OLED only sports a max brightness of 400 nits, which barely even qualifies for VESA’s lowest tier HDR certification. By comparison, Apple’s Pro Display XDR is capable of hitting a peak brightness of 1600 nits (or 1000 nits if you’re looking at a mostly white scene).

 

Alienware Gaming Monitor

Release Date

Thankfully, the Alienware 55 OLED Gaming Monitor also costs $1,000 less than Apple’s display at $4,000 (available starting September 30th), and unlike the Pro Display XDR, Alienware’s monitor comes with a stand.

Alternatively, if the Alienware 55 OLED is a bit too expensive for your tastes, the company is also releasing three other gaming monitors ranging from 27-inches to 34-inches with 120Hz and 240HZ refresh rates and either FreeSync or G-Sync support depending on the model. Price for those range from $600 to $1,400 and they will be available starting August 28th.

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