Massive screen size monitors are no longer a rare species today, especially since Nvidia revealed the concept of the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD), followed by the implementation of a number of manufacturers.
But now the trend has changed to a super-wide monitor with a curved screen that has its own charm among PC gamers. Compared to using two or three separate monitors that will be very annoying because of the bezel, the super-wide monitor with a curved screen provide the right solution for PC gamers.
Not to be outdone by Samsung which had already introduced a super-wide monitor with a curved screen, Dell also released their flagship monitor which will be included in the Alienware lineup with the code AW3418DW.
The screen with a diagonal span of 34 inches uses a 3440 x 1440 pixel resolution LED panel, with a maximum brightness level of 300 nits, a contrast ratio of 1,000: 1 and an aspect ratio of 21: 9.
Alienware 34 is one of the monitors that have the fastest ultrawide label in terms of performance. The maximum refresh rate that is supported is 120 Hz, and it is compatible with FreeSync variable refresh rate technology for AMD GPU users.
Besides, this monitor has also been equipped with NVIDIA® G-SYNC ™ which will certainly provide the sensation of playing extraordinary when activated. Alienware 34 also features AlienFX which is a fully customizable RGB lighting system.
Alienware 34 has been marketed starting last year at a price of $ 899.99. For budget gamers who want to get this monitor, Dell also provides a 25-inch version for $ 429.99. Or for those of you who prefer AMD’s Adaptive Adaptive-Sync Technology, this monitor is also available at a price of $ 279.99.
- Power cable connector
- Line-out port
- A USB port with Power Charging
- Headphone jack
- USB 3.0 port
- USB upstream port
- (2x) USB 3.0 port
- HDMI port
- DisplayPort cable
- Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable
- USB 3.0 upstream cable
- Power cable