After a lot anticipation, Dell is now providing the Alienware AW3423DW 34″ QD-OLED gaming monitor for $1299.99 on its web site. Though on no account cheap, that is the primary ever QD-OLED monitor we have seen and thus the worth level is surprisingly cheap for the brand new tech. Undoubtedly because of the hype, it has been going out and in of inventory all through the day, so do not hesitate should you’ve been ready for this launch. The estimated supply date has already been prolonged all the best way out to June 1.
QD-OLED expertise was an enormous hit at this yr’s CES and Samsung earned the “Better of Innovation 2022” award for it. The QD OLED panel makes use of quantum dot expertise to extra effectively produce larger peak brightness ranges in comparison with conventional OLED TVs with out shedding the colour accuracy and vary and large viewing angles that OLEDs are identified for. Though Samsung is the one which publicized the brand new expertise, it’s Alienware that shall be deputing it first to the buyer market with this AW3423DW monitor.
Alienware AW3423DW 34″ 3440×1400 Curved 0.1ms 175Hz G-SYNC Final QD-OLED Gaming Monitor
The AW2323DW is a 34″ monitor with a 3440×1400 curved wide-format decision. That is greater than sufficient pixel density for a 34″ monitor (4K is, in my view, overkill for a monitor underneath 40″) and the decision continues to be forgiving sufficient that you do not want a monstrously costly video card to drive it. The QD-OLED panel boasts a 99.3% DCI-P3 colour vary and is manufacturing facility calibrated with a Delta E lower than 2. It’s HDR True Black 400 licensed with trademark OLED near-infinite distinction ranges and an excellent 1000nits of peak brightness. Avid gamers will certainly recognize the blisteringly quick 0.1ms response time, 175Hz refresh charge, and the coveted G-SYNC “Final” certification. That is the primary OLED monitor that may be licensed, since one of many necessities is the power to push 1000nits in HDR, and conventional OLED shows merely aren’t brilliant sufficient. By way of connectivity choices, there are DisplayPort and HDMI ports in addition to twin USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports.
For these of you who’re apprehensive about burn-in, fret not. Dell features a 3-year service guarantee that features OLED burn-in safety. You will not discover that included sans a surcharge for some other OLED monitor or TV so it positively gives peace of thoughts. The guarantee additionally features a “Premium Panel Assure” which signifies that Dell will exchange your monitor freed from cost in the course of the guarantee interval if even just one brilliant pixel is discovered.