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Alienware will be the first company to release a Quantum Dot OLED gaming monitor.

Revealed in an article today alongside other upcoming products such as the m17 R5 laptop and tri-mode wireless gaming mouse, Alienware’s AW3423DW is a 34-inch display that combines two of the latest display technologies, OLED and Quantum Dot, to deliver heightened visuals. The monitor boasts a special warranty for those who fear burn-in.

“In its simplest form, a QD-OLED display combines the impressive picture qualities of OLED with Quantum Dot technology to deliver a vibrant, life-like color performance including consistent color uniformity, wide color coverage, incredible brightness and OLED reliability we stand behind with a 3-year limited hardware warranty that covers OLED burn-in,” Alienware wrote.

Key features, as explained by Alienware:

  • Designed for lag-free play, its smooth graphics are enabled by fast 0.1ms Gray to Gray response Times, 175Hz (native) refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC ULTIMATE certification.
  • For content makers and game developers that need precise color accuracy, the Creator Mode preset on the display allows you to choose between DCI-P3 (native) and sRGB color spaces and adjusts gamma levels.
  • TUV-certified ComfortView Plus reduces harmful blue-light emissions (perfect for marathon gaming sessions) without sacrificing any of the brilliant QD-OLED colors, while the AlienFX lighting on the back of the monitor can be customized to match your aesthetic.

Alienware hasn’t decided on a price for its Quantum Dot OLED Gaming Monitor yet but has promised that it’ll have more to share when the AW3423DW is closer to release.

Source: Alienware

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9 Comments

  1. Somehow I wasn’t expecting this tech so soon – will definitely be standing by for a 38″ version!

  2. These are the first of the new Samsung panels.

    I can’t wait for these to come in 85-90″ TV’s.

  3. [QUOTE=”Riccochet, post: 46109, member: 4″]
    These are the first of the new Samsung panels.

    I can’t wait for these to come in 85-90″ TV’s.
    [/QUOTE]
    We’ll see – my wife has an automatic rejection for Samsung-branded electronics, and I’m similarly difficult to convince. If someone else (the way say Sony uses LG OLED panels currently) puts the panels in a TV cabinet, I might be more interested, contingent on performance. And LGs OLEDs already set a very high bar there.

    Similarly, my 38″ Alienware monitor uses an LG panel, but Dell has done a significantly better job making a monitor out of it than LG did, which is why Dell’s announcement here is pretty exciting. Not everything they put out is a grand slam, but monitors they [I]know[/I].

  4. [QUOTE]
    we stand behind with a 3-year limited hardware warranty that covers OLED burn-in,
    [/QUOTE]

    Hmm! Challenge Accepted.

  5. [QUOTE=”LazyGamer, post: 46112, member: 1367″]
    We’ll see – my wife has an automatic rejection for Samsung-branded electronics, and I’m similarly difficult to convince. If someone else (the way say Sony uses LG OLED panels currently) puts the panels in a TV cabinet, I might be more interested, contingent on performance. And LGs OLEDs already set a very high bar there.

    Similarly, my 38″ Alienware monitor uses an LG panel, but Dell has done a significantly better job making a monitor out of it than LG did, which is why Dell’s announcement here is pretty exciting. Not everything they put out is a grand slam, but monitors they [I]know[/I].
    [/QUOTE]
    You might want to watch the LTT video on these panels. They’re very impressive. Make the LG OLED’s look like crap.

  6. [QUOTE=”Riccochet, post: 46137, member: 4″]
    You might want to watch the LTT video on these panels. They’re very impressive. Make the LG OLED’s look like crap.
    [/QUOTE]
    [URL=’https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Piteu5gyKq0′]Link for anyone else interested[/URL]

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