Alienware AW3423DW: World’s First QD-OLED Curved Gaming Monitor to Cost $1,299

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Alienware has revealed the price for the AW3423DW, a curved gaming monitor that’s on many display enthusiasts’ radars for being the first to leverage a quantum dot OLED panel for greater picture quality.

According to a tweet from the official Alienware Twitter account, the monitor will be available early this spring for $1,299. While that’s not exactly a bargain price, it’s cheaper premium than what most were expecting, considering the display technology.

The Alienware AW3423DW is an NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate certified gaming monitor with a curved 1800R QD-OLED panel that supports refresh rates of up to 175 HZ and response times of 0.1 ms (GtG). It comes with a three-year limited hardware warranty that covers OLED burn-in.

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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. (For a more tech explanation, watch the video below.)

Combine this with the sleek, curved 1800R panel that’s accented by the new Legend 2.0 design and you’ve got a true beauty unlike anything else. It doesn’t stop there either:

  • 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.
Tsing Mui
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