The gaming experts at Alienware want to make gamers’ hearts beat faster with their two new monitors. Here one has the choice between a model with 25 tariff and 360 Hz or 27 tariff, 4K and 240 Hz. These are intended to replace the two popular current 25″ and 27″ monitors.
Tailor-made monitors for gamers
With the two upcoming gaming monitors Alienware has two hot irons in the fire. Thereby the manufacturer seems to cover many wishes. If you can be satisfied with a 25 inch screen diagonal and attach more importance to a high refresh rate, you should take a look at the AW2521H. This offers impressive 360 Hz. The AW2721D comes with a larger screen diagonal of 27 inches and a higher resolution. This one wants to convince with a QHD resolution and also offers an impressive 240 Hz.
Upgrade popular monitors
There was a lot going on at the Alienware presentation. For example, the manufacturer presented its impressive “Alienware 38”. But the huge gaming monitor wasn’t everything. All those who prefer more compact monitors will be happy about the two new monitors. These are nothing more than an update of the already available 25″ and 27″ monitors. Alienware still owes us some details about the two upcoming monitors. But one thing we already know: Alienware has made some improvements compared to the predecessors.
The technical innovations
When you take a closer look at the AW2521H, one thing stands out in particular: The refresh rate has increased enormously. While the predecessor “only” offers 240 Hz, the update should be able to offer 360 Hz. Furthermore, the gaming monitor also has suitable features. For example, it offers the so-called Nvidia Reflex Latency Analyzer, which makes it possible to measure the latency of your own system. Alienware has even made two major improvements to the AW2721D. On the one hand, the manufacturer has increased the resolution from 1080p to 1440p. Despite the high resolution, the 27 inch monitor still manages 240 Hz. Gamers will be happy about Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate here. From the G-Sync function, conclusions can be drawn about the maximum brightness. Since Nvidia requires 1000 Nits and a 95 percent representation of the DCI-P3 color space, we can see this as a minimum spec. A certification for VESA DisplayHDR 600 should also be on board.
Prices and availability
It is not yet known when the two new monitors will be launched on the market. Also at which prices they are to be published, Alienware and/or Dell still leaves open.