Alienware, a Dell subsidiary of gaming computers and peripherals, has unveiled the 34-inch QD-OLED gaming monitor. It combines OLED and quantum dot technologies. This is said to have resulted in “a slim design with exceptional color reproduction, higher peak brightness and wider color gamut than WOLED displays.”
The panel used in the new monitor emits blue, which is converted to red and green using a layer of quantum dot pixels. The result is greater uniformity, more levels, greater color gamut and greater clarity.
The display covers 99.3% of the DCI-P3 color space. It is factory calibrated with Delta E <2. Peak brightness 1000 cd / m22, infinite contrast and VESA DisplayHDR TrueBlack 400 certification “provide users with impressive realism and an even more immersive gaming experience.”
The monitor supports NVIDIA G-Sync Ultimate adaptive sync technology. The maximum refresh rate is 175 Hz, the response time is 0.1 ms. The screen is concave. The radius of curvature is 1800R. The stand provides height, tilt and swivel adjustments.
While the monitor is classified as a gaming monitor, Alienware also offers features aimed at content creators and game developers. It’s about the new Creator Mode. In this mode, the OSD allows you to change the DCI-P3, sRGB and gamma settings.
The monitor is backed by a 3-year warranty, which includes OLED burn-in coverage. The source does not name the price and start date of sales.